Tindall Corp. has relocated its corporate engineering team to a new office in Duncan, where the company will increase its workforce with up to 30 new positions. The building provides more space for future growth and expansion of the company’s design and engineering capabilities, according to a news release.
“This is an exciting time for our team,” engineering manager Mary Ann Griggas-Smith said in the release. “This move supports our strategy for growth and our commitment to providing an abundance of opportunity for our in-house engineering team.”
The Tindall engineering team officially moved into their new office located at 1320 Howell Road on March 18 and will provide engineering and design support to Tindall’s six divisions.
This move comes after a fire damaged part of Tindall’s corporate building in late January, rendering the workspace uninhabitable, the release said. Although the fire did expedite the relocation process, the corporate engineering team had been planning to move off site to accommodate growth.
“The Duncan office starts a new chapter for Tindall,” Kelly Scheib, vice president of human resources, said in the news release. “With more space to design and collaborate, we will be able to bring even more engineering work in-house and achieve our strategic growth plans.”
Tindall’s new engineering office is a stand-alone building between both residential and commercial spaces with approximately 10,000 square feet, large enough to accommodate more than 50 employees, the release said. The building, originally designed and built for an engineering firm, adopts a modern design aesthetic with abundant natural lighting. The space offers flexible, shared working areas and 15 traditional, private offices.
Tindall purchased the space and worked with Ben Hines of Spencer/Hines Properties. The seller was Naval Yards, represented by Garrett Scott, John Montgomery, Brockton Hall and Ralph Settle of Colliers International in Spartanburg.