Quantum Design to break ground on new Illinois headquarters

  • July 19, 2018
  • Quantum Design, Inc.
  • News
Quantum Design to break ground on new Illinois headquarters
Quantum Design to break ground on new Illinois headquarters

July 19, 2018 –Quantum Design, Incorporated has been recommended for approval by the village of Machesney Park’s Administration and Finance Committee for a development agreement to facilitate the company’s construction of a 100,000 square-foot headquarters building in the Park 90 Corporate Center in Machesney Park near the intersection of Interstate 39-90 and Route 173.

Quantum Design is a specialist in the automation controls industry providing solutions from design engineering through control panel assembly to manufacturing industries. In addition to being a Control Systems Integrator, the company owns three additional product lines designing and fabricating equipment for a variety of industries including the web converting, printing, label and steel industries. Quantum’s new headquarters will unite their engineering and manufacturing divisions under one roof.

The Rockford Area Development Council assisted Quantum in identifying a location that would work well for both employees and customers. Currently working out of 4 different locations in Loves Park, Rockford and South Beloit, Quantum Design recognized that a move was necessary in order to become more efficient and keep up with the current growth.  However, retaining existing employees was equally important to Pearse.  The location in Machesney Park was chosen for its’ centralized location and easy I90 access for current employees some who live as far South as Byron and others living as far North as Janesville, WI. Quantum Design’s roots lies with their Control Systems Integration division, which was how the company began in 1986 and what ties all of their product lines together.

Quantum hopes to break ground in July.  If the project stays on track, they will move their 90+ employees and all production to the new building in early 2019.

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