LMG Purchases Land in Austin, Texas; Announces Plans to Build 11th US Location
Austin, TX – LMG, a national provider of video, audio, lighting and LED, announces the purchase of land in Austin, TX along with plans to build their 11th US location.
The site at 8016 Burleson Rd will soon be home to a new LMG location including offices, warehouse space, a production studio, and a state-of-the-art rehearsal studio, and will span approximately 30,000 sq. ft
As the latest up-and-coming tech city, Austin provides opportunities for the company to execute full-service capabilities and customer service in the southwestern market. This new location will position LMG to fully establish a local presence for their four divisions: Show Technology, Touring & Entertainment, Systems Innovation, and Venues.
The new Austin office will mark LMG’s 11th location, with additional offices, convention center and venue locations and rehearsal studios located in Orlando, Las Vegas, Nashville, Seattle and San Jose.
“We are thrilled to become a permanent resident within the growing technology hub of Austin, Texas. Our 11th location situated in this innovative tech city will allow us to serve new and existing clients in Austin and throughout the southwest.”
LMG will break ground on the site upon completion of the permitting process. Target completion for the build is late 2023.
Founded in 1984, LMG utilizes video, audio, lighting and LED technology to go beyond technology as a global leader by introducing innovative solutions you can trust, through a distinctive approach to quality, service and support. We seek to develop lasting relationships with our customers, partners and employees under the highest ethical and professional standards. We are committed to diversity, safety and professional growth with our pledge to excellence. We’re located in Orlando, Las Vegas, Nashville, Seattle and San Jose. For more information, visit www.lmg.net. LMG is an ETP company. For more information about ETP, visit www.etp.net.
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