The new facility consolidates three separate Houston properties previously operated by the two companies, housing two stories of Class A office space, a dedicated warehouse space operated by AIV and a separate manufacturing space for Gulf Coast Modification.
“It’s good to be in our new home,” AIV President Trey Cook said in a statement. “Besides increasing our square footage to accommodate our growing inventory and modification capabilities, the new facility allows us to consolidate all of our operations under one roof.”
AIV distributes valves and actuators for the oil and gas, power generation, chemical, petrochemical, refining, pulp and paper and water treatment industries. It was founded in Houston in 1991.