DENVER, Colo. – Jan. 28, 2019 – Adams County Economic Development (ACED) extends its congratulations to TruStile Doors on the company’s major expansion in Unincorporated Adams County. Today, TruStile Doors broke ground at 1041 East 71st Avenue on a new 260,000-square-foot facility that will serve as its headquarters and include new manufacturing, warehouse, and office space.
“We are excited that TruStile Doors selected Adams County for its new home,” said Rita Connerly, Board Chair of Adams County Economic Development (ACED). “Advanced manufacturing is one of ACED’s targeted growth industries and to help a leading company in this industry expand, add new jobs and increase the tax base is a big win for Adams County.”
Since its founding in 1995, TruStile Doors has grown into a national player in the building products industry. Manufacturing made-to-order architectural doors, TruStile distributes its products nationwide.
ACED’s mission is to attract and retain primary jobs and create a healthy tax base by promoting investment in Adams County. Learn more about this major expansion that will add significant new jobs to the County, by viewing the news release from TruStile Doors.