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Morton Buildings opens its largest facility in Sioux FallsMorton Buildings opens its largest facility in Sioux Falls

The Illinois-based company’s new construction center is 11,000 square feet.

October 25, 2019

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Morton Buildings’ new construction in Sioux Falls
NEW CENTER: Morton Buildings’ new construction center in Sioux Falls is the first of its kind for the company. Morton Buildings

Morton Buildings has built and opened a new construction center in Sioux Falls, S.D. The first-of-its-kind 11,000-square-foot construction center is the Illinois-based company’s largest facility. It offers a single location for sales, support, construction, agriculture, and residential and commercial buildings.

Located at 2401 Bakker Landing Avenue in the Sioux Falls suburb Tea, the new center will accommodate building and service crews, field sales, administrative staff and sales consultants. A grand opening and facility tour was recently held for city officials, Sioux Falls Chamber of Commerce and Tea Economic Development Board members, and local business and building professionals.

Morton Buildings has operated in the area since the 1960s and outgrew its former Sioux Falls location that was built in 2002.

REAR VIEW: The new Morton Buildings’ center houses sales, design, construction and administrative teams all under one roof.

“We’re excited to open our new construction center, which will showcase many of our most recent innovations,” says Sean Cain, vice president and general manager of Morton Buildings. “Sioux Falls and the surrounding markets have provided us with growth opportunities and the ability to sustain a highly capable labor force.

“Additionally, the geographic location is ideal in being able to provide support to other Morton Buildings locations throughout the region.” 

The new facility was constructed utilizing the company’s designBUILD approach, a project delivery system that includes integrated design and construction services to achieve greater cost efficiencies and lessen construction delays.

RIBBON CUTTING: Roger Bauer (holding plaque, Morton Building property asset manager, and Jason Larsen (with scissors) are surrounded by employees and Sioux Falls city and chamber of commerce representatives at the ribbon cutting.

For more information, visit mortonbuildings.com or call Morton Buildings’ Tea construction center at 605-368-2511.

Source: Morton Buildings, which is solely responsible for the information provided and is wholly owned by the source. Informa Business Media and all its subsidiaries are not responsible for any of the content contained in this information asset.

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