Banner Engineering Poised for Growth, Breaks Ground on New Research and Development Building

New Research and Development Building

Banner Engineering, a leading provider of technology for industrial automation, will break ground on a new research and development (R&D) building at the company’s global headquarters in Minneapolis, Minn.  The new R&D building will allow Banner Engineering to create more than 225 new high-tech jobs locally, as well as accelerate new product development to meet the increasing demand for smart sensor technologies in factories around the world.  

Kraus Anderson Construction Company (KA), the general contractor on the project, will begin construction this week. A groundbreaking ceremony will be held at 11:30am, Thursday, August 24 at the Banner Engineering headquarters located at 9714 10th Avenue North in Minneapolis, Minn. 

First founded in 1966 by engineer and entrepreneur Bob Fayfield, CEO, Banner Engineering has developed innovative, easy-to-use sensor solutions to challenging industry applications since the early 1970s. “Sensors have long been the eyes of the factory, but now the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) allows businesses to leverage sensor data in more meaningful ways,” said Carla Grafstrom, Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, “From remote monitoring to predictive maintenance for machines, IIoT capabilities help businesses make better, data-driven decisions. Because of this, the demand for IIoT-capable technologies, including smart sensors and controllers, is growing exponentially.

Keeping with the company’s core value of putting customers first, Banner Engineering will continue to expand the depth and breadth of their products and make it easy for customers to do business with them. Since 2012, Banner Engineering has already increased R&D and manufacturing headcount by almost 50%, and the company is poised for continued growth into the next decade. 

Designed by HCM Architects, the new 50,000 square foot addition will include labs, training spaces, and over 44,000 square feet of new office space—more than doubling the company’s current allotment for new product research and development. The new building is scheduled for completion in summer of 2018.  

As Banner Engineering expands and innovates new products for the fastest-growing trend in the industry, the company will create hundreds of new engineering jobs including mechanical, electrical, and software engineering roles that range from technician to management-level. 

For more information, visit https://www.bannerengineering.com/us/en/company/careers.html 

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Banner Engineering is a global leader in the field of industrial automation. Banner's sensors and vision, LED lights and indicators, wireless and safety products are used by companies large and small, from industry leaders in the Fortune 500 to innovators just entering the market. Companies all around the world use Banner's award-winning products and solutions to increase efficiency, reduce costs, safeguard equipment and protect personnel. Headquartered in Minneapolis, MN, Banner has sales offices, production facilities, and field representatives throughout North and South America, Asia, Africa, Australia, and Europe. To learn more about Banner Engineering, their products, solutions, and the industries they serve, visit www.BannerEngineering.com

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