Finland-based Vaisala plans new U.S. HQ building in Louisville

LOUISVILLE — Finland-based Vaisala Corp. on Wednesday said it plans to construct a new U.S. headquarters building in Louisville during the next two years.

Vaisala will build an approximately 30,000-square-foot building next to its current U.S. headquarters that it is leasing at 194 S. Taylor Ave. in the Colorado Technology Center, according to a company statement.

Vaisala officials said the new building will be located next to the company’s existing office building. Vaisala expects to spend abou $14.8 million on the project, according to the statement. Once the building is completed, Vaisala will exit the leased office building.

Vaisala makes monitoring and measuring equipment for a variety of industries, with its core business focusing on weather- and environment-monitoring equipment.

Customers of its weather business include meteorological institutes, airports, transportation officials and the energy industry. It also offers products and services to life science customers. Customers use Vaisala’s fixed and hand-held measurement instruments as well as calibration services for temperature, humidity, dewpoint, carbon dioxide, moisture in oil and pressure.

 

LOUISVILLE — Finland-based Vaisala Corp. on Wednesday said it plans to construct a new U.S. headquarters building in Louisville during the next two years.

Vaisala will build an approximately 30,000-square-foot building next to its current U.S. headquarters that it is leasing at 194 S. Taylor Ave. in the Colorado Technology Center, according to a company statement.

Vaisala officials said the new building will be located next to the company’s existing office building. Vaisala expects to spend abou $14.8 million on the project, according to the statement. Once the building is completed, Vaisala will exit the leased office building.

Vaisala makes monitoring and measuring equipment for a variety of industries, with its core business focusing on weather- and environment-monitoring equipment.

Customers of its weather business include meteorological institutes, airports, transportation officials and the energy industry. It also offers products and services to life science customers. Customers use Vaisala’s fixed and hand-held measurement instruments as well as calibration services for temperature, humidity, dewpoint, carbon dioxide, moisture in oil and pressure.