State Representative Marlene Anielski (R-Walton Hills) presented an Ohio House commendation honoring the Ohio CAT’s ribbon cutting on their headquarters’ phase two expansions. As part of the company’s $75 million facilities expansion and improvement program, the headquarters expansion project doubled the size of Ohio Cat’s corporate office, training and meeting facilities.


Representative Anielski presented the commendation to the President of Broadview Heights CAT Headquarters, Ken Taylor.  The $24 million project included multiple additions to the exterior appearance while streamlining various internal business functions. The construction features under the expansion greatly improve energy performance of the building. Ohio CAT Broadview Height’s headquarters employs 185 people.
 
“The expansion of the Ohio CAT headquarter in Broadview Heights will allow the company to serve the people of the Northeast Ohio region with even more efficiency,” Rep. Anielski said.  “The Ohio CAT has been a valuable business to our community and I look forward to their continued success.”
 
Ken Taylor commented, “I am hopeful there will be market demand from the industries which we serve, including the energy sector, infrastructure spending, the recovering housing market, and agriculture. Moreover, I am determined to make improvements for our customers and employees.” Ohio CAT’s renovated headquarters now houses a grand customer reception area and lounge, a variety of modern customer conference areas, a library, The Cat Rental Store and Ohio Agriculture sales departments, an employee fitness room, an outdoor pavilion, a pond, and a patio dining area—all designed with environmentally friendly energy, lighting, and facilities solutions.

 
 
 
  
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