Falcon Electric Moves Into New Facility

August 02, 2010 by Jeff Shepard

Falcon Electric, Inc., announced that it has moved into a new facility in Irwindale, California. The new facility was built with energy-saving techniques materials. This includes the installation of skylights, water-saving appliances, as well as more efficient lighting, heating and cooling systems. The materials used meet or exceed the "Green Building" standards stipulated by the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC).

"Before we designed the new interior I sat down with the architect and general contractor to review current standards for ’green’ building materials, fixtures and appliances," said Arthur Seredian, President and CEO of Falcon Electric. "We invested extra time and money to accomplish this and though we will not apply for official certification, it is great to know we will conserve environmental resources while recouping most of the extra investment to install these systems."

The new facility is located near Falcon’s current location, in the same industrial park. Falcon’s new facility features over 13,000 square feet of office, R&D, final test and production space.