Atlantic Prefab, Inc. (API) today announced that it has selected Wilton, New Hampshire for its headquarters location.
“The move from our two current locations, Nashua and Penacook, was an absolute necessity to keep up with the additional prefabrication demand we’ve experienced since first opening our doors in 2015,” said General Manager and Senior Designer Mark Beroney. “Today, Atlantic Prefab is the largest manufacturer of prefabricated steel trusses and prefabricated, pre-finished wall panels in New England. We pride ourselves on being New England’s exclusive Sto Panel affiliate currently providing construction solutions to projects as far north as Oxford, Maine and as far south as New Jersey.”
Atlantic Prefab, Inc. has been considering the location of its headquarters for more than a year. The Company began its formal review of its new Wilton location in 2016, narrowing it down from a list of potential locations. Wilton was selected after a careful evaluation of the business ecosystem, talent, long-term costs, quality of life for employees, proximity to company projects, and shipping routes. The Town of Wilton is [Mark Beroney wrote:] a small rural community built on the banks of the Souhegan River. The town is proud of its’ Wilton Town Hall Theatre, Frye’s Measure Mill, as well as being the home to the late Rod Price of the band Foghat. Atlantic Prefab is looking forward to calling Wilton it’s home.
The new Atlantic Prefab, Inc. headquarters will increase production space from 36,000 to more than 50,000 square feet, with ample room for loading, storing, and shipping prefabricated wall panels and metal trusses. In Wilton, API will have roughly 30 people; 5 office staff and 25 prefabrication employees. “The new facility is over 125,000 square feet leaving room for expansion as the industry grows,” notes Beroney.
The headquarters will be located off of Rt. 31 at 19 Stoney Brook Drive. Employees will move to the new location and [Mark Beroney wrote:] begin fabrication on new and current projects through the month of May.