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Horton, Inc. Breaks Ground for Roseville Expansion

September 28, 2013

Horton, Inc. broke ground for expansion of its Roseville corporate office and technology center on Wednesday, Sept. 18. The construction, managed by Bauer Design Build, will expand the office and the Hugh K. Schilling Technology Center by 50 percent.

Roseville, Minnisota (PRWEB) September 28, 2013

Horton, Inc. broke ground for expansion of its Roseville corporate office and technology center on Wednesday, Sept. 18. The construction, managed by Bauer Design Build, will expand the office and the Hugh K. Schilling Technology Center by 50 percent. The ceremony was attended by Horton’s Roseville employees; Horton, Inc. leadership including Hugh K. Schilling, chairman of the board, G. Henk Touw, president and CEO, Terry Gilberstadt, corporate secretary, and Chuck Bastien, test engineering and facilities manager; and the Bauer Design Build team of Mike Bauer, president, Craig Kohler, superintendent, and Brian Trombley, senior project manager.

“The expansion is a testament to the hard work and innovation of our dedicated employees,” says Touw. “The extension of our corporate offices and technology center will allow Horton to continue to grow and satisfy the industry’s changing requirements for efficient, optimized engine cooling solutions.”

The original building, constructed in 2001, was designed to accommodate expansion. The two-story addition will be constructed alongside the current facility, with project completion scheduled for spring 2014.

About Bauer Design Build

Established in 2005 by Mike Bauer, Bauer Design Build’s highly experienced project managers, superintendents and office professionals are dedicated to looking out for their clients’ best interests. By combining design and construction expertise with total project accountability, Bauer provides excellent quality and value to its clients. Bauer develops unique partnering relationships that promote the effective transition from initial client vision to project completion. Bauer Design Build is the honored recipient of the Contractor TOPS Award presented by the Minnesota Subcontractors Association (MSA) in 2012.

About Horton, Inc.

With more than 60 years of industry experience, commitment to service, reliability and innovation, Horton is a premium worldwide provider of fan drives, fans and suspension products. Horton’s comprehensive research and development processes are driven by a dedication to exceed industry requirements today and in the future. The company has manufacturing plants in the United States and Germany, with licensed manufacturing facilities in Australia and the United Kingdom; offices in the United States, Canada, Mexico and Germany; and representatives in Chile, Russia, Japan, South Korea, China, India and Australia. Horton products include VMaster® and Stratis® Viscous Fan Drives, VMaster Di and Stratis Di Viscous Fan Drives and Controllers, DM Advantage® On/Off and Two-Speed Fan Drives, Modulator® Fully Variable Fan Drives, Arctis® Two-Speed Fan Drives, WindMaster Revolution® High-Efficiency/Hybrid-Flow Fans, WindMaster® Fans, WindShift™ Modular Fans, Shogun™ Modular Fans, Electromagnetic On/Off Fan Drives, Klondike Series® Replacement Fan Clutches for the Kysor® K22RA and K26RA, as well as repair kits for Kysor’s K26RA, K22RA and K22FA, PolarForce® Two-Speed Conversion Kits, DM Advantage Conversion Super Kits, Genuine Horton repair kits, remanufactured fan drives and Roller Bushing Suspension Products.

Horton, Inc.

2565 Walnut Street

Roseville, MN 55113

1.800.621.1320

+1 651.361.6400

info(at)hortonww(dot)com

http://www.hortonww.com

Kysor is a registered trademark of BorgWarner.

Photograph: (left to right) Chuck Bastien, test engineering and facilities manager at Horton. From Bauer: Brian Trombley, senior project manager; Mike Bauer, president. From Horton: Hugh K. Schilling, chairman of the board; G. Henk Touw, president and CEO; Terry Gilberstadt, corporate secretary.

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