The company provides services for more than 500 customers in 70 countries and grew its operation by 30 percent in 2017.
“As an innovation-driven company, Geoforce is always thinking many steps ahead, whether in our product development or in how we enhance our employee experience,” president and CEO James MacLean said in a statement. “Our tremendous growth has only been possible because of our team.
“So we wanted to build something that would help them be productive and engaged, while having a fun time,” he said. “Being in Granite Park and immersed in the energy of the greater Legacy area will do just that.”
Architect Gensler will design the new headquarters.
Robbie Baty of Cushman & Wakefield and Grant Pruitt of Whitebox Commercial Real Estate negotiated the new lease with Granite Properties’ Robert Jimenez and Aarica Mims.
Geoforce will relocate in the fourth quarter.
Written by Steve Brown, Real Estate Editor of Dallas News.
Combining a cloud-based software platform with ruggedized GPS tracking devices, Geoforce’s Track and Trace solutions bring control to even the most remote field operations. Our asset tracking devices are built for the world’s toughest field operators in these industries: oil and gas, rail, construction, mining, transportation, government/defense, and agriculture. Today more than 1,300 customers track 150,000+ assets in almost 100 countries. Headquartered in Dallas, Texas, Geoforce operates a research and development office in Bozeman, Montana. Sales and support offices are maintained throughout the U.S. and in Brazil, Australia, and Canada.