Hickory Construction recently began construction on a new commercial office facility for in10sity, a Knoxville-based web-development company. The project was kicked off with a groundbreaking ceremony featuring remarks by in10sity Founder and President Ross Crowley as well as Vice President of Business Development Jim Maples.
When completed, the 10,000-square-foot, pre-engineered metal structure will include a mono-sloped roof and polished concrete floors, complemented by exterior landscaping and wheelchair-accessible entrances.
The new facility, expected to be completed by next spring, will be located adjacent to in10sity’s current office space at 14488 Old Stage Road in Lenoir City. It was designed by Johnson Architecture, Inc. to accommodate the tech firm’s recent growth.