State-of-the-art tech center will be hub for collaboration


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With the turn of shovels, Cummins Inc. leaders and city officials broke ground Monday on a new technical and office center that will serve as the company’s global headquarters for its high-horsepower division.

The two-story, 89,350-square-foot office building will bring together engineers from several Cummins locations, including Columbus, and bridge the gap between the design, testing and production of current and future high-horsepower products.

Construction soon will be underway on the office facility, which will extend from the existing plant north toward East Fourth Street and will divide the main parking lot into smaller parking areas.

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