OnLogic , has begun construction of their new $60 Million, 140,000 square foot headquarters in South Burlington, Vermont. Along with Governor Phil Scott and Congressman Peter Welch, the groundbreaking ceremony took place adjacent to the well-known Reverence sculpture, in South Burlington’s Technology Park.
Co-Founder and Vice Chair of the Board, Lisa Groeneveld said, “A wonderful milestone for OnLogic, this facility will provide the space and tools our team needs to continue doing their incredible work of designing, building, marketing, selling and supporting next-generation computing technology.”
This new facility is expected to house all business functions for the company as it allows 150 Vermont-based employees to effectively collaborate and innovate. A 640 kw Roof-mounted solar array is expected to cover the majority of the project’s HVAC load and offset the equivalent of 60 homes per year. A geothermal mechanical system ,compared to a code compliant conventional HVAC system, will save approximately 1,574,308 lbs of CO2 per year. The full building automation system is designed to minimise energy usage and responds in real-time to building use and grid needs (peak shaving-capable).
Governor Phil Scott, in relevance to the facility, said, “This expansion is a clear sign of what a global leader this company is, and I look forward to seeing how much more they can do once this facility is opened and operational.”
The facility is said to open by the end of 2023 and will allow OnLogic to meet the ever-growing demand for the company’s small, highly customizable computers designed for use in industrial environments. The company has grown at an average of 30% annually, with a global revenue of $110M in 2021.