Palladium expands HQDec 2, 2013 by Guest Writer
Palladium Technologies hosted a grand opening of its new, expanded office space, including a conference table for 12 to showcase the company’s lighting and A/V talents and includes surround-sound, ceiling-mounted projection viewing, and multi-zoned lighting and blind controls. PHOTO/LUCY REED
Ft. Lauderdale-based Palladium Technologies, a developer of yacht control and monitoring systems, has doubled its office space after acquiring its building and renovating the space.
The company remains at 3900 S.W. 30th Ave., but now occupies 8,000 square feet and has added an A/V experience room, a galley and workout room. The company’s administrative and engineering teams are based there.
“The staff at Palladium has helped us to surpass our dreams with the remodeling of their new home,” said Karen Dudden-Blake, vice president and head of human resources. “Most of the employees now enjoy beautiful water views.”
The expansion includes a 1.5-acre tropical tree preserve where the company plans to build a gazebo and path.
For more information, visit www.palladiumtechs.com.
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