SRS Distribution Corporate Campus now complete at McKinney's Hub 121

SRS Distribution has a new corporate campus to call home at Hub 121 in McKinney. (Courtesy KDC)
SRS Distribution has a new corporate campus to call home at Hub 121 in McKinney. (Courtesy KDC)

SRS Distribution has a new corporate campus to call home at Hub 121 in McKinney. (Courtesy KDC)

Corporate campus developer KDC announced Sept. 2 that it has completed a corporate office in McKinney for SRS Distribution, a wholesale roofing supply company. Employees are now able to occupy the 100,000-square-foot building and will soon relocate from their current headquarters at 5900 S. Lake Forest Drive, Ste. 400, McKinney, according to a KDC news release.

The four-story building sits on 4.2 acres of land in the Hub 121 mixed-use development at the northwest corner of SH 121 and Alma Road, according to KDC news release. In addition to SRS Distribution, KDC recently completed Independent Financial's new corporate headquarters in McKinney.

“This project has been a great team effort with the City of McKinney, Gensler, Adolfson & Peterson, and of course SRS Distribution to turn their dreams into reality with a new campus in McKinney,” KDC Vice President Peter Yates said in the release. “The new building will be a fantastic working environment for employees, and positions SRS Distribution for continued growth and success. This project, alongside the Independent Financial HQ, sets the pace for other companies to join the growing area at Hub 121 and Craig Ranch.”

SRS Distribution will add about 150 jobs over the next decade, thus bringing a total of 300 jobs to McKinney, according to the release. Adding the new jobs was a condition of the economic incentives offered to SRS Distribution by the city and McKinney Economic Development Corp., which are outlined in further detail here. The company's new corporate campus includes indoor and outdoor amenities and conference and meeting space in a facility that overlooks the Hub 121 development, per the release.

“Our SRS team and partners have put in a lot of hard work to make this a place we are proud to call our new home," SRS President and CEO Dan Tinker said in the release. "This beautiful facility will help us continue to increase our collaborative potential, create innovation and fulfill our vision to be the best employer for our people and the best partner for our customers and suppliers. We are also excited to remain a part of the McKinney community and look forward to continuing our strong relationship.”


More information about SRS Distribution can be found at 214-491-4149 or at www.srsdistribution.com.
By Miranda Jaimes
Miranda has been in the North Texas area since she graduated from Oklahoma Christian University in 2014. She reported and did design for a daily newspaper in Grayson County before she transitioned to a managing editor role for three weekly newspapers in Collin County. She joined Community Impact Newspaper in 2017 covering Tarrant County news, and is now back in Collin County as the editor of the Frisco and McKinney editions.


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