ACS Breaks Ground on New, Larger Headquarters

November 1, 2019

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ACS recently broke ground on its new headquarters in Liberty Business Park in Verona, Wisconsin.

The new, 48,000-square-foot facility will include a mix of office and manufacturing space. The space will allow increased capacity for fabrication and assembly of skidded equipment, custom machines, material handling systems, process automation and controls and test stands used in a wide range of markets including automotive and commercial vehicles, aerospace, laboratories and research and general manufacturing.

“Our new location will accommodate our growing ACS team while improving our quality, safety and efficiency,” said Scott Hoselton, president and principal, ACS. “Because customer satisfaction is at the core of everything we do, our new space is designed to provide space for our engineers, designers, project managers and, when necessary, our clients to work in a common space throughout the design and build phases of a project.”

ACS is a single-source project delivery company, taking responsibility for the design, construction and equipment integration of industrial and research and development facilities. ACS serves customers who design, test and manufacture products across various markets.

The new ACS headquarters building is slated to open in fall of 2020. The company also has a satellite office located in metro Detroit.

ACS employs approximately 100 people and plans to add staff in 2020.

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