June 22, 2022
Additional Facility Will Support Growing Demand for the Manufacturing of Nitinol Implants.
Norman Noble announced it has officially broken ground on their new corporate headquarters in Highland Heights, Ohio. The new 51,000-square-foot facility on 12.35 acres will house sales, estimating, purchasing, and future manufacturing and product development space to meet medical OEM customers’ growing requirements for nitinol-based products, including structural heart implants, neurovascular devices, and vascular stent implants. The new office is scheduled to be operational in Q4-2022.
Norman Noble COO Chris Noble explained that “the new modern office will consolidate our sales, estimating, and purchasing teams to better support our customers. Our new corporate headquarters has been designed to facilitate more agile communication and give customers a first-rate experience as we develop next-gen products together. We are very excited to grow our facilities, expand our team of highly skilled associates, and continue to strengthen our partnerships with the world’s largest medical companies.”
Julie Bennett Lowry, Norman Noble’s Director of Facilities and Environmental Health and Safety stated, “This new facility expands and improves our three-building campus along Avion Park Drive, expanding to a total of 228,000 square feet of facilities. The building will have additional conference rooms that accommodate both virtual and in-person meetings as well as 1,000 square feet of multi-use training space.”
Finally, Andrew Murphy, Director of Manufacturing Excellence at Norman Noble, added, “The new training room will enable us to support our team members more effectively with a variety of initiatives, ranging from required quality and regulatory training to lean/six-sigma courses. The room’s design and technical capabilities will make hosting web-based training and remote team member meetings much simpler. The bottom line is that the new space will deliver an even more well-trained team, stronger customer interface, and greater opportunities for our people.”