We’re excited about our new building . It represents our long-term commitment to the northeast and it gives our employees the opportunity to all work together under one roof, to collaborate on projects and to continue the work we do best: moving natural gas for our customers.
The building reflects an $8 million investment in Wyoming County. It contains 19,000 square feet of office space and 8,000 square feet in warehouse space.
Ryan Savage, vice president and general manager for Williams’ operations in Pennsylvania and New York, participated in our ribbon cutting ceremony today. He reflected on how much Williams has grown in this area and shared his excitement with our more than 130 co-workers who are enjoying the new building.
Other attendees included State Representative Sandra Major from the 111th Legislative District, Frank Mazza, regional manager for U.S. Senator Pat Toomey, Wyoming County Commissioners Tom Henry and Judy Kraft Mead and Gina Getts, executive director of the Wyoming County Chamber of Commerce.
Thank you to everybody who participated in this great event for our company. We are very excited to continue to be part of the Tunkhannock community.