Border States breaks ground on new Branch Support Center Posted on August 24, 2017 by Brandy McNeil Border States broke ground on a 120,000-square-foot corporate headquarters building at the intersection of Interstate 29 and Interstate 94 today in Fargo, ND. CEO Tammy Miller and Fargo Mayor Tim Mahoney at the groundbreaking. The new Branch Support Center will replace the existing corporate office, bringing approximately 400 employee-owners scattered across three locations into one building. These professionals help support more than 100 branch locations across the country. “We’re proud to be a growing, 100 percent employee-owned company,” says Tammy Miller, Border States CEO and Board Chair. “This new Branch Support Center will help us better serve our customers and branches.” The Border States design team weighed needs with their budget, maximizing every dollar spent to create a workplace that will enhance collaboration and productivity, portray the company brand, and enhance recruiting. The three-story building will have capacity for 540 employee-owners, giving Border States room for anticipated growth. About Border States Border States supplies products and services to construction, industrial and utility customers. The company employs more than 2,500 employee-owners in 22 states and is the seventh largest electrical distributor in the U.S., as ranked by Electrical Wholesaling magazine.