One of the world’s leading innovators in building and home automation technology,
Crestron, recently announced its expansion with a dynamic new campus in Plano,
Texas just outside of Dallas. The company’s second largest campus aside from its
headquarters, the facility will occupy the state-of-the-art Legacy Tower with
construction slated for completion in July 2016. In expanding Crestron’s presence,
the campus brings hundreds of new job opportunities to Plano to attract top talent in
R&D, customer support, engineering, manufacturing and IT support.
With this new location, Crestron demonstrates its continued success and
commitment to pushing boundaries as the global leader in integrated control
solutions for those it serves around the world. It’s the latest evidence of growth for
the company whose technologies make life easier and better at work and at home.
“We are dedicated to going above and beyond to meet the needs of our rapidly
growing customer base,’ said Randy Klein, Crestron CEO. “This expansion will help
us address the increased demand for our solutions and better serve our customers
and partners in the region.’
Global enterprises and discerning homeowners alike use Crestron’s best-in-class
solutions to build exceptional environments, with the push of a button—seamlessly
controlling their A/V, lighting, shading, climate, and security through one easy-to-
use platform. These solutions also enable companies to optimise their most
important investments: technology/AV, real estate, and talent.
“Expanding within the Texas market is logical for our business,’ said Steve Rosa,
Vice President of Human Resources at Crestron. “We are utilising Plano’s reputation
for having both excellent technical resources and being consistently rated one of the
best places to work. As big as we’ve gotten, with more than 90 locations in more
than 35 countries, Crestron still feels to me like that small company that cares. We
involve every employee in our success and we have a real sense of pride in our
The new Crestron campus, located in the Legacy Tower and leased by CBRE, is
being developed by the Trammell Crow Company and Principal Financial Group.