Silverlode helped a global glass manufacturer to remain in their Midwest headquarters city.
A Midwestern, publicly-traded global glass manufacturer had reached the end of its lease in an office building that had grown severely outdated and inefficient. The client was considering relocating their headquarters operation to other regions of the country for a variety of business and facility-related reasons. The company engaged Silverlode to identify, compare, and secure economic incentives for the various facility options that the company faced.
The client evaluated several out-of-state and in-state location alternatives. We negotiated a state and local incentives package that allowed the company to remain in their long-time Midwestern headquarters city. The company’s decision to remain allowed the building owner to make significant improvements to their downtown property. Silverlode shepherded the client through all phases of the incentives process including identification, evaluation, procurement, and final compliance.
Silverlode continues to assist the client with their incentives needs.