It is in the new industrial park of St-Jean-Port-Joli that Ecorad will settle in Fall 2020.
Covering an area of 18,200 square feet, this factory will allow the company to consolidate its operations under one roof, to offer employees a more ergonomic workspace and a showroom that will allow it to showcase its products. In addition, the installation of new equipment will improve the pickling process by adding pickling to the steel ball, a new service that the company will also offer as a subcontractor.
“In view of the growing demand for our services and since the creation of Ecorad USA in 2017, we are struggling to offer reasonable delivery times, the lack of space is an obstacle to our development, we have exceeded the break-even point at the site current. Says Patricia Cloutier, director of sales.
Faithful to its values, the owner Pierre Lemieux surrounded himself with the architects Julia and Toby Manacas and opted for a Art Massif wood structure, we will also see the integration of old cast iron window arches from a building from Manhattan to New York as well as windows, lighting and recycled bricks.
Recall that Ecorad has been in existence since 2007 and has developed unique expertise for the restoration of old cast iron radiators and the transformation of electric radiators into independent units, allowing the comfort of the radiant to be maintained without maintenance.