DOME Announces Multimillion-Dollar Investment in New Facility
SACRAMENTO, Calif. — June 2, 2017 — DOME is embarking on a momentous transition that will consolidate its five facilities and merge the now 280,000 total sq. ft. of production into one location. DOME will expand into a newly renovated 320,000-sq.-ft. facility in Sacramento’s McClellan Park.
“McClellan Park is excited to welcome DOME into our growing tenant roster. The buildings are structurally very well-suited for DOME’s operations. We’re glad that we are able to accommodate DOME’s growth,” states Ken Giannotti, senior VP of marketing and leasing.
Misha Pavlov, DOME’s president, announced to the company's 250 employees, "This move will literally change the face of who we are. DOME is a great company and we are on a new trajectory to be world class. Consolidating into a single, super facility will make DOME more efficient, while expanding our current capabilities.”
Misha’s vision is unmistakable: “This is an electrifying transition that will be completed by the end of 2017 and it will strategically position us to grow exponentially and drastically expand our client base.”
The executive team researched and weighed all the options, including looking at out-of-state possibilities.
“McClellan Park is the perfect location for us to consolidate into one space, but more than that, it allows us to stay in Sacramento where our roots are and where a majority of our family of employees live,” commented Bob Poole, CMO and owner.
DOME has a long history in Sacramento, beginning in 1914 as an engraving company, followed by the Poole family purchasing the business in 1969.
CEO and Owner Tim Poole stated, “The opportunity we found at McClellan Park was extremely compelling and we are excited to commit a significant capital investment in our business; for our employees, and for our community.”
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