AV integrator opens new headquarters, jobs in Nashua



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An audio-visual equipment integrator has moved its headquarters from Massachusetts to a larger facility in Nashua - and bringing more than 20 jobs to the state. According to a release by the company, CCS New England opened its new 26,000-square-foot headquarters at 132 Northeastern Blvd., in Nashua, moving across the border from Chelmsford, Mass. The new site will house its 22 current employees with the room to include additional workers, said officials."Our new facility in Nashua is an ideal fit and positions us just minutes outside of Boston, allows us to develop additional business in New Hampshire and is an ideal jumping off point for markets that we already serve in other parts of the New England area," said Cheryl Gamst, president and owner of CCS New England."In this digital age, audio and video technology has become an integral part of our everyday lives from K-12 schools to colleges, universities, corporate meeting rooms, retail locations, airports, restaurants, and luxury hotels," said Chris Gamst, CCS New England's vice president. "We're thrilled to have a new space that allows us to truly connect to the customers and serve their needs."CCS New England, a division of CCS Presentation Systems, installs and maintains high definition video conferencing systems, interactive teaching and meeting tools, projectors, digital displays, sound masking and energy management systems throughout New England. Founded in 1998 by Cheryl and Chris Gamst, CCS New England has been named a Top 50 Woman Owned Business, Top 50 Diversity Owned Business and Top 50 Privately Held Business. - CINDY KIBBE/NEW HAMPSHIRE BUSINESS REVIEW

 

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