Yulista hosted an open house at its new headquarters in Redstone Gateway on Wednesday, November 3. Yulista’s campus includes 350,000 square feet of office, fabrication, and warehouse space just minutes away from Redstone Arsenal. Speakers included Dale Strong, Madison County Commissioner Chairman; Tommy Battle, Mayor of Huntsville; Rich Montecalvo, Director of Facility and Hangar Operations, Yulista Holding LLC, and Josh Herren, President and CEO, Yulista Holding LLC. Representatives from Congressman Mo Brooks, Senator Tommy Tuberville, and Senator Richard Shelby were in attendance.
“Over the last three years, we have had four facilities in various stages of design and construction. All of them are complete and operational today…These new facilities help define our mission, values, and culture to all that visit. As you enter the Yukon headquarters facility today, you will notice many visual images that will help you experience our heritage as an Alaskan Native-owned family of companies as well as our values and mission focus. Our first-class facilities and competent professional workforce stand ready to meet our customers, our community, and our nation’s needs now and in the future through value-added solutions and unparalleled experiences. At Yulista, our mission is to serve people, and we look forward to serving with you,” remarked Rich Montecalvo.
Josh Herren commented, “I appreciate that our board trusted us with their investment in Huntsville. Yulista, from a business perspective, has a home in Alaska and for 20 years has a home in Huntsville, and we want to continue that home being in Huntsville for the long term.”
Special thanks to the Huntsville Madison County Chamber of Commerce, Corporate Office Properties Trust (COPT), Powers Brown Architecture, BL Harbert Inc., Plain Joe Studios, OSCO | turnerboone, and the Redstone Gateway for their partnership and dedication to creating the new multi-facility campus. To watch the entire program, please click here.