Gettle moves into Emigsville office

David Weissman

York-based Gettle Incorporated recently moved into a newly renovated 67,000-square-foot office in Emigsville, according to a company press release.

Justin Anderson, panel shop fabricator, and Chuck Little, panel shop manager of Gettle Incorporated, review job plans in the expanded panel assembly shop of the company’s new office at 325 Busser Road in Emigsville.

The design-build contracting company, which also has an office in Maryland, moved into the building at 325 Busser Road. The office features large, open work areas, a conference room that can fit more than 100 people and an apprentice/technician hands-on training room.

“We’ve been exploring office expansion plans since the late summer of 2014,” George Buss, Gettle’s president and CEO, said in the release. “Our primary improvement objective was to provide a working environment that would promote improved communication and workflow, as well as provide a facility to conduct internal training and employee development.

The new location also includes an expanded panel assembly shop, fabrication shop, vehicle maintenance shop and warehousing area.

The company will continue to look for more growth opportunities, Buss said.