NOBLESVILLE, IN (April 18, 2023) – Ryan Fireprotection has broken ground and is constructing a new addition to add 49,000 square feet to its existing headquarters in the City of Noblesville. The current Noblesville headquarters was built in 2002 and is 50,000 square feet.
“Ryan Fireprotection’s decision to expand its corporate headquarters in Noblesville continues our focused strategy to build economic relationships in our community, so when those successful companies need to grow, they choose to remain in Noblesville,” Mayor Chris Jensen said. “We appreciate Ryan Fireprotection’s confidence and continued investment in Noblesville and share in their excitement to more than double their footprint in Noblesville.”Mayor Chris Jensen
Ryan Fireprotection’s expansion includes a $4 million investment and will create 10 new full-time jobs in Noblesville. The decision to expand on its current site of East 148th Street and Cumberland Road retains 80 full-time positions in the city.
Founded in 1989, Ryan Fireprotection has grown into one of the largest full-service fire protection companies in the Midwest providing a full range of high-quality, custom fire protection systems. In addition to its headquarters in Noblesville, Ryan Fireprotection has locations in Indianapolis, Valparaiso, Fort Wayne, South Bend, Bloomington, Cincinnati, Louisville, and Milwaukee.
Ryan Fireprotection designs, fabricates, installs, inspects, tests, and maintains fire protection systems of all types in a variety of facilities including healthcare, industrial, education, specialty, mixed-use, and multi-family. The company also has included environmental benefits as part of the project. It will be upgrading its existing lighting to LED and will continue to power the building with more solar panels on the new addition.
The company anticipates construction to be completed before the end of the year.
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About the City of Noblesville:
Noblesville is the 9th largest city in Indiana, home to more than 71,000 residents, and the county seat in Hamilton County, Indiana. Just north of Indianapolis, the growing city is known for its nationally recognized public schools, extensive public park system, Hamilton Town Center, and the outdoor music venue Ruoff Music Center.