Equalizer to open new world headquarters

Glass Magazine
August 29, 2008
AUTO : BUSINESS

Equalizer Industries, Round Rock, Texas, is putting the finishing touches on its new 35,000-square-foot corporate headquarters, announced Eric Asbery, president, Aug. 29.
 
The new facility in the north Austin suburb of Round Rock will showcase cutting-edge production and larger-scale research and development capabilities, according to a release. The building will also feature high-tech training labs, audio/video studios, as well as Equalizer's administrative offices.
 
“This is a momentous occasion in the 20-year history of Equalizer," Asbery said. "Our new home will strengthen our position as the world’s premier provider of state-of-the-art technology for auto glass technicians everywhere. It also will foster a greater sense of collaboration and creativity between all of our departments. We are very grateful to everyone who has helped us shape such an extraordinary position in this industry in just 20 short years."
 
Equalizer's new facility is at at 2611 Oakmont Drive and will be operational Nov. 1.