Canadian Manufacturing

EP&T: Dorigo Systems sets new CEM standards

by Stephen Law, Editor EP&T   


State-of-the-art Burnaby BC facility underscores its plan, vision

Dorigo’s grand two-story entrance is filled with an abundance of natural light. Source: Dorigo Systems

Walking through the doors of Dorigo System’s new facility immediately grabs your attention, as the blue archway encircling the doorway opens up into a grand two story entrance filled with an abundance of natural light. One could say that this beacon represents a bold and aggressive step for this prominent contract electronics manufacturer, which recently opened its doors to a brand new, state-of-the-art facility within the Glenlyon Business Park in Burnaby BC.

The 105,000-square-foot building was designed by renowned Vancouver architect, Chris Bozyk, and was built by the highly-respected Beedie Development Group. The new layout of the space was designed to optimize speed of production, while maintaining the highest quality standards, according to Dorigo president Mark Pillon, P.Eng., who founded the firm in 1988.

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