Quintec Integration Inc.

Fresh Digs

Owner/Developer: Quintec Integration; Conveyor Integration Inc.

Architect: Galbraith Carnahan Architects LLC

Contractor: 12 Gauge Construction

Costs: $400,000     

Completed: February 2017


When Quintec Integration Inc. relocated to a much larger space in the heart of Waukesha, the conveyor systems integrator wanted to create an employee-centric environment with a Silicon Valley feel.

With bold colors, an open concept and swings hanging from the ceiling, the 20,000-square-foot warehouse at 1600 Paramount Drive that once housed a plumbing company certainly feels like it was built with employees in mind.

“We had been working towards this type of campus for a long time,” said James Deppoleto Jr., founder and president of Quintec. “The new building is an investment in our future, as well as an inspiring reminder of years of hard work.”

In addition to the swings, hung over multi-colored bean bag chairs, the Quintec office includes massage chairs in the Zen Den, an indoor basketball court, a fully-equipped fitness center and 12 televisions.

The new facility, located on 2.6 acres, is more than triple the size of Quintec’s previous office and also added a 14,400-square-foot warehouse.

“This is not your run-of-the-mill integration company and, as so, we wanted our campus to reflect that,” Deppoleto said. “We want our employees to like coming to work and our customers loving to visit.”

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Photos by Lila Aryan Photography

Owner/Developer: Quintec Integration; Conveyor Integration Inc.

Architect: Galbraith Carnahan Architects LLC

Contractor: 12 Gauge Construction

Costs: $400,000     

Completed: February 2017


When Quintec Integration Inc. relocated to a much larger space in the heart of Waukesha, the conveyor systems integrator wanted to create an employee-centric environment with a Silicon Valley feel.

With bold colors, an open concept and swings hanging from the ceiling, the 20,000-square-foot warehouse at 1600 Paramount Drive that once housed a plumbing company certainly feels like it was built with employees in mind.

“We had been working towards this type of campus for a long time,” said James Deppoleto Jr., founder and president of Quintec. “The new building is an investment in our future, as well as an inspiring reminder of years of hard work.”

In addition to the swings, hung over multi-colored bean bag chairs, the Quintec office includes massage chairs in the Zen Den, an indoor basketball court, a fully-equipped fitness center and 12 televisions.

The new facility, located on 2.6 acres, is more than triple the size of Quintec’s previous office and also added a 14,400-square-foot warehouse.

“This is not your run-of-the-mill integration company and, as so, we wanted our campus to reflect that,” Deppoleto said. “We want our employees to like coming to work and our customers loving to visit.”

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Photos by Lila Aryan Photography

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