ThermaSol and The Round Rock Chamber of Commerce & Economic Development Partnership gathered on September 29, 2014 to participate in the groundbreaking on the corporate headquarters and business development park.

Located at 1958 Steam Way, Round Rock, Texas, the address number and name signify both the year that ThermaSol was founded and the products that ThermaSol designs and manufactures.Alan McGraw, Round Rock mayor, Mitch Altman and Jari Ristola, CEO and president of ThermaSol respectively, Ben White, vice president Round Rock Economic Development, and Mike Odom, CEO Economic Development Round Rock were some of the attendees at the site of ThermaSol’s new corporate headquarters and business development park, now known as Altman Business Park.

The project is comprised of a 27 acre field; six buildings ranging from 30,000 to 50,000 sq. ft., a five story office tower, all augmented with a walking park with trails throughout a wetland ecosystem. The road surfaces and parking structures are longevity based concrete and highlighted by three stunning water features.

ThermaSol and The Round Rock Chamber of Commerce & Economic Development Partnership are also being honored with the 2014 Community Economic Development Award for the ThermaSol headquarters relocation and business park development project. CEDA, which is awarded by the Texas Economic Development Council, recognizes “excellence and exceptional contributions of Texas communities in economic development.” The chamber was included in the 100,001 – 250,000 population category and received its award at TEDC’s annual banquet on October 2, 2014 in Houston.

Of the groundbreaking and the award, Altman said, “Relocating our headquarters and developing the business park would not have happened without the input and help of the entire Round Rock Chamber and Economic Development team. They not only welcomed us with open arms, they worked tirelessly to ensure that the project was kept on task and they continue to help our organization and employees feel welcomed into the community. I feel quite honored.”