RIEGL USA relocates
Published by Jessica Casey,
Global Mining Review,
Recognised for their LiDAR 3D scanning equipment and data processing software, RIEGL USA has announced that they have relocated to their new state-of-the-art, RIEGL group financed North American headquarters and training centre in Winter Garden, Florida.
RIEGL USA’s new 18 500 ft2 facility is located on its own ground of approximately 19 acres at 14707 West Colonial Drive, Winter Garden, just west of Orlando, Florida.
It is designed with future growth in mind. This multi-million-dollar headquarters and training facility features modern training rooms and service areas including climate chambers and laser test ranges for equipment testing and calibration, a customer support centre, a distribution hub, and sales and administration offices.
RIEGL USA President, Johannes Riegl Jr., said: “Over the last couple of years, we have continuously grown our business here in North America and this new facility resembles that continued growth. The support of our headquarters in Austria has been critical to the development of this amazing building we are now in.”
Customers and integrators will be able to stop by at the new facility using a helicopter landing pad which will become operational in early 2021.
Due to current COVID-19 travel restrictions, the official grand opening and ribbon cutting ceremony will be delayed and take place in 2021 after restrictions are lifted. It will include an array of entertainment and food and drinks for the company’s VIP guests from North America and around the world.
The new facility has been constructed by DPR Construction. DPR Construction has utilised RIEGL LiDAR terrestrial scanners and UAV-based technologies throughout the construction process to document and monitor the progress of the construction.
Read the article online at: https://www.globalminingreview.com/product-news/16122020/riegl-usa-relocates/
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