Video: Grand opening of Johnson Controls’ new facility

Johnson Controls opened its new Advanced Development and Engineering Center with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on April 23.

The event welcomed dignitaries, business leaders and media for a tour of the state-of-the-art facility in Hopewell Township, York County.

The new complex, which includes a 250,000 square-foot test lab and support facility, and a 107,000 square-foot engineering office building, consolidates testing facilities that had been spread out at Johnson Controls’ other York County campus.
Johnson Controls purchased York County-based York International Corp., a manufacturer heating, ventilating, air conditioning, and refrigeration (HVACR) products, in 2005.
Check out some scenes from Monday’s event:

Johnson Controls’ new Advanced Development and Engineering Center unveiled from Central Penn Business Journal on Vimeo.

Amy Spangler
Amy Spangler is the photographer for Journal Multimedia, parent company of the Business Journal. Email her at aspangler@cpbj.com.

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