On February 18th, Quantum Marine Stabilizers, held its official Grand Opening in celebration of its new global headquarters with a gala that featured a 14-piece big band and a distinguished group of speakers including, Mark Saltz of Saltz Michelson Architects, Derik Wagner, President of the International Superyacht Society and Josh Levy, Mayor of The City of Hollywood.
The new LEED certified building reflects Quantum’s commitment to investing in innovative design and long-term sustainability in the marine industry and the community at large. Located at 3685 SW 30th avenue in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, USA, Quantum’s eco-friendly headquarters sits on a sprawling 2.5 acre preserve and provides 30,000 square feet (2,800 sq/m) of production and office space.
“We’re thrilled that we were able to build a facility that is eco-friendly, employee centric and efficient.” said John Allen, President of Quantum.
To that end, special attention was paid to a design that preserves the existing trees, such as the live oak hammock, native vegetation and the surrounding ecology. The new headquarters provides employees with modern, comfortable, and energy efficient workspaces as well as a training facility, gym, well-appointed kitchen and lounge area with terrace.
Quantum’s new headquarters is the ideal environment to facilitate the company’s technology-driven and innovative products such as the NEW Dyna-Foil™ Stabilizer System, XT™ (extendable) fin and MagLift™ Rotary stabilizer system to help stay ahead of the ever-expanding superyacht and military world.