A ribbon cutting ceremony took place on Thursday, May 17 for the Rudolph Libbe Group’s new northeast Ohio office in North Ridgeville. Northeast Ohio office associates, community members, business owners and the RLG leadership team gathered to commemorate the move. The crowd heard remarks from Jaime Hart, NE Ohio business development manager, Dave Boyer, NE Ohio general manager, Bill Rudolph, RLG chairman and North Ridgeville mayor David Gillock. After the short presentation, attendees were invited to tour the new facility, enjoy lunch and mingle with the team that made this move possible.

Located at 4937 Industrial Mills Parkway, the new office has allowed RLG to expand services to include structural steel, process piping, electrical, HVAC and plumbing and energy services for the chemical, metals and automotive industries. The Northeast Ohio team is comprised of approximately 25 full-time employees and 150 more in the field who complement the resources out of RLG’s Toledo headquarters. With several projects on the horizon, the office plans to double in size within the next five years.

Thank you to AoDK, a Cleveland-based architecture firm, for guiding the direction of this space and making the new office a reality. The facility serves as an interactive demonstration of RLG’s SiteLine program, design/build expertise and self-perform trade service capabilities. Its design features exposed ceilings, welded steel beams, HVAC and ductwork, signifying pride in the quality of work the company executes.

“Rudolph Libbe Group is a welcome addition to our city and Mills Industrial Parkway,” said North Ridgeville Mayor David Gillock. “I’m thrilled they selected our community as their new base of operations in the region.”