So when company executives began researching the 177 acre parcel known as the Rocky Mountain Center for Innovation and Technology, the company took note of the more than 811,000 square feet of office and manufacturing space. The campus, formerly owned by Agilent Technologies and now managed by Cumberland and Western, provides ample room for companies to locate a large operation in a single location and still have room to grow.
Epic River began to focus on building D, the largest of the four available buildings, which included newly renovated offices, a walkout garden level, and a beautiful courtyard between buildings C and D. And the campus’ mountain views of Colorado’s northern front range, the Big Thompson River Valley and the city of Loveland wasn’t anything to ignore either.
“Though our need for space was the initial driving factor in relocating Epic River, the Innovation Center’s collaborative work environment with other high tech companies offers a mutually beneficial relationship that we believe adds momentum to Epic River’s growth potential,” noted Scott Mead, Epic River’s Managing Partner.
Epic River is planning an office build out over the next few months and will be the second tenant to the RMCIT when it relocates its office headquarters in spring 2014.