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Vomela Companies starts construction on new St. Paul headquarters

August 28, 2018

Vomela Companies has hired R.J. Ryan Construction to build a new corporate headquarters on 3M’s former campus on the east side of St. Paul, officials announced Tuesday.

The new 300,000-square-foot building will allow the specialty graphics services firm to consolidate four Twin Cities facilities into one location. About 85 percent of the new location will become production space.

Vomela, which has operated in St. Paul since 1947, “will bring our more than 300 Minnesota employees under one roof for the first time,” said CEO and President Mark Auth in a statement. “We proudly call St. Paul home and are excited about all the benefits that our new building will provide for our business, employees and customers.”

Earlier this spring, Vomela purchased about 11.5 acres of land from the St. Paul Port Authority for the project. The Port Authority began preparing the site for construction earlier this month.

A groundbreaking ceremony for the building is scheduled for Sept. 17. The project will be completed in July 2019 and will sit in the Beacon Bluff Business Center at Minnehaha Ave. East and Arcade Street.

Vomela Companies is the firm that 3M Co. recently partnered with in order to wrap its iconic 3M headquarters building in Maplewood in a creative colorful graphics film that can be seen by passersby on Interstate Hwy 94.

Dee DePass • 612-673-7725

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