Bryant Air Conditioning and Heating plans to construct a new facility

Bryant Air Conditioning & Heating, a Nebraska-based HVAC company, has reportedly planned to shift its headquarters as it has outgrown its current facility located off Cornhusker Highway in Lincoln, Nebraska. As per trusted sources, the facility served as the headquarters of the company for several decades.

Reportedly, the company is constructing its new headquarters near Ox Bow Circle and 33rd street, which is to the east of Lincoln North Star High School.

Parking and floor space constraints at the current facility prompted the company to construct a new building that would better accommodate its growth. Bryant President, Ed Warholoski stated that the new facility would be 3,000 sq. feet smaller than the current 30,000 sq. feet headquarters. However, the new facility will have walls twice as high as the current building which would make room to accommodate more products and equipment.

For the uninitiated, Bryant has been a staple in northeastern Lincoln for a while now. The company offers air conditioning, heating, plumbing and electrical services for residential and commercial areas in Lincoln and surrounding cities.

According to reports, the decision to add plumbing services to its portfolio about a decade ago has accelerated growth of the company which currently employs 80 individuals.

The facility near Cornhusker Highway reportedly has been the company’s base since the 1980’s after it shifted from its previous headquarters in Havelock, Lincoln. Bryant was reportedly founded in 1952 and has functioned from various other locations since its inception.

President of Bryant Air Conditioning & Heating, Ed Warholoski was reportedly quoted stating that with growing space restrictions it became apparent for the firm to construct a new facility that would be more cost effective.

The new facility will reportedly feature a showroom with the company planning to add a 10,000 sq. feet of office space in the new location within two years of shifting, cite sources.