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ENCO has moved to a modernized office space in Novi, Michigan, just 17 miles from the company’s former Southfield headquarters. The company says the newly constructed, 12,000-square-foot facility offers a “more collaborative working environment and a centralized location for staff and customers in the Detroit suburbs.”
ENCO’s entire operation across sales, administration, engineering, finance, management, manufacturing and marketing will be based in Novi, effective immediately. The interior building design, Enco explains, embraces an open floor plan, brining the previously separated functions closer together, while ensuring a spacious environment for social distancing.
“This is truly a state-of-the-art facility that is the culmination of careful planning and consideration for employee comfort,” said Ken Frommert, President, ENCO. “Everyone has a private office and plenty of space for social distancing in the COVID era. At the same time, we have an open production laboratory, several high-tech meeting and conference spaces, and varied seating and lounge settings, all of which encourage collaboration and creative thinking.”
Adjacent to the scenic Lakeshore Park, the new facility also offers a large kitchen and dining space, a gym, showers and a showroom. The interior boasts high ceilings and modern finishes throughout, which Frommert says provides a more overall soothing and inviting feel.