updated: 2/3/2009 8:21:44 AM
A groundbreaking ceremony will be held today for a veteran-owned business' new location in central Indiana. Perpetual Technologies, Inc. plans to renovate a 20,000-square foot space in Lawrence that previously served as a banquet hall. The company expects to bring 100 new technical positions to the location over the next two years. Perpetual Technologies is a local provider of customized and service-driven IT solutions.
Source: Inside INdiana Business
Indianapolis, Ind. -- Veteran owned business, Perpetual Technologies, Inc. (PTI) has announced the purchase of a new office building at the corner of 56th Street and Lee Road. Renovations will begin this month on the former 20,000 -square-foot banquet hall.
Upon completion, PTI plans to immediately move a portion of its staff to the new location and ultimately plans to bring 100 new technical positions to Lawrence over the next two years.
The groundbreaking renovations Ceremony will be held at 2:00 on February 3rd at 5649 Lee Road, Indianapolis, IN 46216.
Ron Plew and Ryan Stephens of PTI, Sandi Ballard-Groth (President of the Greater Lawrence Chamber of Commerce and Mayor Paul Ricketts will be in attendance.
Perpetual Technologies, Inc. (PTI) a local provider of customized and service-driven IT solutions plans for expansion in Lawrence, Indiana; providing hope to businesses that despite economic hardship, success is still possible. Adjusting to the downturn in the economy, PTI has purposefully reallocated resources and realigned business objectives in an effort to streamline and optimize operations. These changes have allowed PTI to attract new clients and increase their support staff by nearly 40% in 2008, leading to the need for increased office space for its growing personnel.
“This expansion will help PTI increase services to existing and new clients across the nation, while keeping high-tech jobs right here in our community,” Ryan Stephens, President of Perpetual Technologies, Inc.
Source: Perpetual Technologies, Inc.