The New 11,400 square-foot TriNova Northeast Building is now almost complete. We should be all moved in by the end of August with some minor work being done through mid-October. It has been an exciting journey that began way back in March 2020. This project is truly unique and special to not only TriNova as a whole but our TriNova north team and culture.
We had to decide on the location of available land and then the concept drawings began. After many iterations, we landed on the overall concept that would accommodate us for many years to come. We broke ground in December of 2021 and then the tough work began as a small group of our north team had to decide on room layouts, furniture, colors, audio/visual equipment, security system, window shades, signage, etc. The list of decisions that had to be made along the way seemed endless.
“I can say that it’s an experience we will never forget and we can’t wait to get settled in.”
– Kevin Bischoping –President of TriNova North
“I’m excited to have a state-of-the-art training facility where we can train our employees, customers, and future engineers in the community!”
– Andy Bischoping – Lead Application Engineer
“I had a lot of fun helping with the design of the building. Now I know if engineering doesn’t work out I can always go into interior design.”
– Sarah Dehnert – Application Engineer
“I’m excited to have a PTU in our new office so we can expand into training.”
– Jenna Dragoo – Application Engineer
“This feels like the final piece to what we started nearly five years ago when we opened the branch – a place of our own, built specifically to our needs. I am very excited to showcase the Process Training Unit to our customers. It will be a tremendous resource for customers and TriNova team members alike, and a first of its kind in the New York/New England region. We are going to help each other grow, and have fun while we’re doing it!”
– Joe Pilsbury – Director of Sales – New England
“What I am looking forward to the most is our training capabilities. With our new facility, we will be able to better share our knowledge of instrumentation and automation with customers, local students and the community”