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Mid-City Electric’s Move to Westerville Good For Customers, Employees Alike

Post Date:09/21/2018 7:58 AM
This article originally appeared in the September/October 2018 issue of Westerville Magazine.
 
Mid-City Electric is settling into their headquarters at 937 Eastwind Dr. Before they arrived in Westerville, the company’s management operations and warehouse employees were separated from prefabrication operations by a mile.

One of the largest family-owned companies in the Columbus Region, Mid-City Electric’s leadership knew it would be best for customers and employees to bring all operations under one roof.

“This new location will allow us more room to work and grow as a team, and in turn, help us to serve our customers better,” said Brian Dew, Mid-City president.

Among the many renovations made to the Eastwind Drive building were the creation of an open-concept office space, on-site fitness center, café, 47 additional parking spaces and more. Company officials say the move reduced employee commute times by up to 20 percent.

City of Westerville Economic Development Director Jason Bechtold is confident the City’s accessibility and amenities will provide the right setting to help the company’s continued growth. 

“Mid-City Electric has a legacy of 58 successful years in the region. We are thrilled they decided to call Westerville home and are confident they will be a great fit for the community,” Bechtold said.

Though they may not know it, residents are likely familiar with the company’s work. Mid-City Electric has played roles in major projects such as the Nationwide Children’s Hospital-Replacement Hospital, Columbus Commons Bicentennial Pavilion, and the soon-to-be-completed National Veterans Memorial and Museum Project.

Find more information about Mid-City Electric at www.midcityelectric.com. For more information about economic development in Westerville, visit business.westerville.org.
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