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A groundbreaking ceremony was held to mark the construction of Swire Coca-Cola USA’s new facility in Colorado Springs.
A ground-breaking ceremony was held to mark the construction of Swire Coca-Cola USA's new facility in Colorado Springs.
Swire Coca-Cola USA has incorporated a rooftop solar photovoltaic ("PV") system into the design concept for its new sales centre at Colorado Springs, Colorado. The PV system will produce approximately 1.4 million kWh annually, which equates to an estimated 120% of the building's anticipated electrical usage. The initiative is in line with the company's SD 2030 Strategy goal of having 100% renewable electricity for core operations by 2026.

On 6th April, a ground-breaking ceremony was held to launch construction of the new Colorado Springs centre. The event was attended by around 30 guests, including Colorado Springs Mayor, John Suthers, and representatives from logistics partner, Penske, the Colorado Springs Airport, the Colorado Springs Chamber of Commerce and Economic Development Council, and the design-build team from Colarelli Construction and YOW Architects. The ceremony was hosted by Division Vice President Craig Hagler and Sales Centre Manager Eric Larsen. Long-serving members of the local Swire Coca-Cola team, brothers Rick (40 years) and Bill (39 years) Boese were also honoured for their service at the ceremony.
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