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CCS breaks ground for new national headquarters in Mesa

Posted 1/8/22

CCS Presentation Systems, an audiovisual integration company, recently held a ceremonial groundbreaking to kick off construction of its new corporate headquarters in Mesa.

The two-story, …

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CCS breaks ground for new national headquarters in Mesa

The two-story, 36,000-square-foot building in the Riverview area of Mesa will house CCS Southwest’s staff of nearly 100 design engineers, sales people, installation and service technicians and C-level executives.
The two-story, 36,000-square-foot building in the Riverview area of Mesa will house CCS Southwest’s staff of nearly 100 design engineers, sales people, installation and service technicians and C-level executives.
CCS Presentation Systems
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CCS Presentation Systems, an audiovisual integration company, recently held a ceremonial groundbreaking to kick off construction of its new corporate headquarters in Mesa.

The two-story, 36,000-square-foot building will house CCS Southwest’s staff of nearly 100 design engineers, sales people, installation and service technicians and C-level executives, according to a release.

“We are thrilled with the plans for this new building and excited about our move to Mesa, AZ,” CCS Founder and CEO John Godbout said in the release. “It represents our commitment to the future and a headquarters that focuses on the customer experience.”

Mesa Mayor John Giles said, “With over three decades of experience in the commercial audio visual industry, CCS Presentation Systems has a proven track record, and we’re pleased to welcome them to the city of Mesa.”

The event was attended by Mesa Councilmembers Mark Freeman and Francisco Heredia; Mesa Economic Development Director Bill Jabjiniak; Mesa Economic Development Project Manager Bryan Smith; CCS Presentation Systems founders John and Beth Godbout; representatives from the builders, architects and designers responsible for the project such as WESPAC, Butler Design Group, SmithGroup, Threaded Studio, real estate developers KIMCO and more.

“CCS is one of the top 10 audio visual integration firms in the U.S. The corporate headquarters is going to be a great addition to the Riverview area,” Councilmember Freeman said in the release.

Beginning as a 2two-person operation in 1991, CCS now has more than 350 employees nationwide and annual revenue across the CCS group tops $160 million. Its 11 regional partnerships total 28 offices covering 40 states. All have extensive experience working with architects, consultants, general contractors, construction managers and end users to select, integrate and support audiovisual systems and unified communication systems, the release states.

CCS customizes solutions to match a client’s specific requirements to achieve their goals. This process includes advising on product selections, establishing enterprise standards and achieving overall ROI of technology systems, according to the release.

The CCS national presence includes offices in Arizona, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Missouri, Nebraska, New Hampshire, Nevada, New Mexico, Rhode Island, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia and Washington D.C.

Go to ccsprojects.com.

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