DL Engineering & Controls changes locations
DL Engineering & Controls, Inc. (DLEC), an electrical engineering firm specializing in the water and wastewater industry, announced that it has moved offices in Phoenix...
PHOENIX, Sept. 2, 2005 -- DL Engineering & Controls, Inc. (DLEC), an electrical engineering firm specializing in the water and wastewater industry, announced that it has moved offices in Phoenix. The company recently relocated from 2005 N. Central Ave. to the Meridian Bank Building at 3550 N. Central Ave. in Phoenix. The Class "A" office building is in the central business district of downtown Phoenix and has historical significance as the previous home of The Cloud Club, a popular, upscale social club in the '60s.
DLEC now occupies the newly renovated 19th and 20th floors of the building. According to President and CEO Brian Downing, P.E., "We needed more space to accommodate our rapid growth, and the building's amenities and location will make it more comfortable for our employees. Additionally, the very favorable terms that we were able to negotiate into our long term lease will help us to maintain our competitive rates by keeping our overhead low."
DLEC signed a $1.65-million, seven-year lease totaling 15,736 square feet. The landlord, Younan Properties, was represented by Todd Noel of Trammel Crow Company. DLEC was represented by Chris Krewson of CB Richard Ellis.
DL Engineering & Controls Inc. (www.dlecinc.com) specializes in industrial facility electrical design, construction management services, and integration and support services, with a major focus in the water and wastewater industry. Based in Phoenix, Ariz., with offices in Nevada and California, DLEC provides solutions ranging from system analyses to multi-million dollar design and integration projects for municipalities, private water companies, developers, civil engineering firms and general contractors throughout the western United States