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ATI Moves Headquarters to Pompano Beach, Florida

ATI Moves Headquarters to Pompano Beach, Florida

ATI Electrical Supply has made the decision to move its headquarters from Henderson, Nevada to the east coast in Sunny South Florida. This decision came after a buzzing year in 2022, which allowed ATI to reach new heights in the electrical industry. We’ve expanded our team and we're looking forward to another successful year on both coasts of the United States. ATI is eager to tackle this upcoming year and we are proud to name our Pompano Beach, Florida location as our new headquarters.

Owner and CEO, Greg Knowles, chose Pompano Beach as the new headquarters because of the booming electrical construction industry in this area. It requires instant access to temporary power equipment, practically 24/7. ATI’s new East Coast facility features a modern 20,000 square-foot warehouse with 35-foot ceilings, LED High Bay Lighting, an office space containing seven private offices, a break room, completed with a conference room.

ATI is looking forward to continuing expansion in 2023 to better meet the needs of our customers, and this change will help us do exactly that. We intend to renovate and expand our floor space to hire new team members, incorporate new equipment, and expand inventory thresholds in order to reduce lead times and help customers save on shipping costs. We are also excited to announce that we will begin to offer a will-call counter stocked with standard products that local customers can call in and pick up without having to wait in line.

The South Florida area is known for its year-round warm weather and has begun experiencing an influx of new residents within the last few years. This will certainly welcome plenty of new construction projects and therefore an increasingly high demand for temporary power products and electrical services. ATI’s new headquarters location will be convenient for the organization as a whole and we believe it will allow us to continue to exceed the expectations of our customers, vendors, and employees.

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