Quintec Integration's new 20,000-square-foot facility is
1600 Paramount Drive in Waukesha.
WAUKESHA — A year after moving into new
20,000-square-foot headquarters, Quintec Integration,
Inc., has successfully settled in.
conveyor system integrating company moved into the
larger space at 1600 Paramount Drive because of its
growing number of staff members and a need for
warehousing capabilities. The new facility more than
tripled the previous amount of office space and added a
14,400-square-foot warehouse, according to an
Paramount Drive location, which had been a plumbing
company, was completely renovated to incorporate an open
and modern layout equipped with top-of-the-line
technologies and high-efficiency heating, cooling,
lighting and electrical systems.
had been working towards this type of campus for a long
time,” said James Deppoleto Jr., founder and president
of Quintec Integration, Inc., in a statement. “The new
building is an investment in our future, as well as an
inspiring reminder of years of hard work. The success of
the first year has proven that we have created an
environment that enables growth and allows us to better
serve our customers.”
According to the company, the new facility also features
a “Silicon Valleyesque” employee-centric environment
complete with massage chairs, 12 UHD televisions, indoor
basketball court, full kitchen, 2,300-square-foot
fitness center with private showers and more.
Quintec Integration designed its new building with a
“This is not your run-of-the- mill integration company
and, as so, we wanted our campus to reflect that,” said
Deppoleto. “We want our employees to like coming to work
and our customers loving to visit. This environment
we’ve created, paired with a strong set of our core
business principals — like discipline, accountability
and planning — allows us to best serve our customers and
enjoy the time we spend doing it.”
Coming soon to the campus is an indoor sauna, as well as
an outdoor garden and amenities for the summer months.