After nearly 50 years of quality service, Cincinnati, OH’s trusted building supply company is pleased to announce the construction of a brand-new headquarters. Tri-State Wholesale Building Supplies will begin building on Evans Street south of West Eighth in Lower Price Hill at the turn of the new year. The nearly 100,000 square-foot facility will include window, door and insulated glass manufacturing, a distribution center, complete with a showroom and corporate offices.

The Transition

building supplyThe building supply company agreed to relocate their current headquarters on Central Avenue to make way for the new Cincinnati soccer stadium. “This move is bittersweet for us,” said General Manager Jason Welch. “The West End has been a great home to our business since the mid 1980’s, and we have been watching the areas surrounding the West End develop into wonderful urban space. The new stadium will be the catalyst to the same type of revitalization in the West End.”  While Welch and the rest of the team have enjoyed growing and thriving with the surrounding area, they are also excited for the changes the move will bring.

The Future

With a new location in Lower Price Hill, Welch said he’s thrilled to move to one of Cincinnati’s most historic neighborhoods that also has a manufacturing-rich past. He noted that many residents and local organizations have emphasized the revitalization of the Lower Price Hill area, and he hopes that Tri-State Wholesale Building Supplies can help make that happen.

In the years ahead, the company views the move as an instrument to boost manufacturer and wholesaler efficiency in a contemporary, advanced facility. With help from downtown A/E firm KZF Design, the team plans to expand and adapt their business model to the site. The new facility will conserve energy, promote productivity, emphasize employee health and safety, and improve the customer service experience more than ever.

For more information about Tri-State Wholesale Building Supplies, visit their website or call (513) 381-1231.