LVM Systems announced that it is expanding its existing campus with a second building. “Thanks to a loyal and growing client base, we felt the time was right to commit to this expansion,” said Mark Dwyer, Chief Operating Officer at LVM. “This expansion allows us to better serve our clients. It also allows us to innovate and bring new products and services to the healthcare call center marketplace.”
“When I joined LVM nine years ago, we had 16 employees and we were working out of a small, rented office space,” Dwyer added. “It has been an honor to be a part of LVM’s growth.”
The new building will be built directly north of LVM’s existing 10,000 square-foot headquarters in the Phoenix suburb of Mesa and will be 7,000 square feet, housing up to 40 employees. LVM currently employees 61 people nationwide, with 51 housed in the existing building.
Mesa-based ArizonaWest Contracting is managing the five-month construction schedule, which began February first. “We are honored that LVM put their trust in us,” said Jason Fischbeck, President of ArizonaWest. “Like LVM, we are a local, growing company. We look forward to helping them in their expansion plans.”
LVM was founded by Les Mortensen in 1988. Over the course of 24 years, LVM has continually grown at a steady pace. The company carries no debt and provides career opportunities for its employees.
[Posted by Peter DeHaan for AnswerStat magazine, a medical healthcare publication from Peter DeHaan Publishing Inc.]