Air treatment system manufacturer to build new headquarters in metro Phoenix

Jan 26, 2022, 4:25 AM
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PHOENIX — Air treatment system manufacturing company XNRGY announced Monday it would be building a headquarters in metro Phoenix and create more than 900 jobs over time.

The company designs and manufactures HVAC systems that aim to reduce costs and improve energy efficiency, with the new 1-million-square-foot headquarters representing an estimated $300 million investment for the privately-held XNRGY.

XNRGY’s products are used in hyperscale and modular data centers, health care facilities, clean rooms, hydroponic agriculture and life sciences facilities, according to the official website.

The facility will increase the company’s manufacturing footprint and focus on research and development, according to a press release.

“We are grateful XNRGY has chosen Arizona as the site of its U.S. headquarters,” Gov. Doug Ducey said in the release.

“XNRGY’s investment strengthens Arizona’s supply chain and shows once again there is no better state for advanced manufacturing. XNRGY’s facility will create hundreds of high-wage jobs for Arizonans, adding to our state’s skilled workforce.”

Construction is set to begin in June and the initial phase of the facility is expected to be complete early next year, the company said, with all phases finished by June 2025.

“With our two state-of-the-art facilities working in tandem to manufacture premier climate systems, XNRGY can offer exceptional service to our clients from the East to the West coast,” Sham S. Ahmed, president and general manager of Montreal – XNRGY Climate Systems, said in the release.

“Top-notch engineers have already been engaged to meet the rising demands for our advanced technologies.”

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Air treatment system manufacturer to build new headquarters in metro Phoenix