SUNNYVALE, Calif., Oct. 5, 2017 — Trimble announced today that it is expanding its operations in Jefferson County, and has begun construction on a second building at its campus in Westminster. The expansion project has the potential to create up to 660 new high paying jobs – more than doubling its existing workforce and making it one of Jefferson County’s largest primary employers.
Once completed, the Westminster campus will be Trimble’s largest employment center and will serve as a central business hub for the company’s core market segments. The new 120,000 square-foot facility is scheduled for completion in late 2018.
Quoted in Trimble’s Press Release, Steven W. Berglund, President and CEO, stated: “Colorado’s Denver-Boulder corridor complements our Silicon Valley corporate headquarters. Colorado has proven to be a strategic element in our U.S. operations since we opened our initial Westminster office in 2000 and completed the first building project in 2013. The area attracts a desirable and growing pool of tech talent and provides an attractive quality of life to our employees. In addition, the region’s tech-savvy, forward thinking has led to extensive use of Trimble technology. Colorado is a natural choice for expansion.”
Though best known for GPS technology, Trimble integrates a wide range of positioning technologies including GPS, laser, optical and inertial technologies with application software, wireless communications, and services to provide complete commercial solutions.