Solutions company Trimble continues to expand with the opening of a new campus in Westminster.
The 125,000-square-foot building is located on 15 acres in the Westmoor business area and is across the street from the former Trimble building.
Employees, elected city and county officials, and Gov. John Hickenlooper celebrated the opening of the new building on June 24.
“We welcome Trimble and its 475 employees to their new Westminster Campus,” Hickenlooper said.
“Colorado’s business-friendly environment makes our state a natural fit for international technology and services companies. Our location and talented high-tech workforce is building on Colorado’s reputation as an international hub for business.”
The design of the new Trimble building is intended to be highly collaborative, with no walls surrounding any individual space.
Steven Berglund, Trimble president and CEO, said the project provided the company an opportunity to showcase the office-to-field Connected Site solutions during the planning, construction and operational phases of the new campus.
“The Trimble Westminster Campus is an impressive real-world demonstration of how technology can drive efficiency and deliver a quality solution on an ambitious schedule,” he said.
“This expansion builds on 13 years of a highly productive presence in Colorado and provides a foundation for future growth.”
Berglund said one exciting aspect of the project is the fact that Trimble technology was used during construction of the building, including surveying, site prepping excavating, estimating and 3D design. The building is also LEED Golf certified.
Trimble applies technology to make field and mobile workers in business and government more productive.
Solutions are focused on applications requiring position or location including surveying, construction, agriculture, fleet and asset management, public safety and mapping.