Caliber Collision Centers Relocates Corporate Headquarters to Lewisville, Texas - BodyShop Business

Caliber Collision Centers Relocates Corporate Headquarters to Lewisville, Texas

Caliber Collision Centers, one of the nation’s largest collision repair companies, announced today the relocation of its corporate headquarters from Irvine, California to Lewisville, Texas.

“Our relocation to Texas allows us to consolidate management spread across a number of locations in California and Texas while taking advantage of Dallas-Fort Worth’s central location, business-friendly environment and large, diversified workforce,” said Steve Grimshaw, president and CEO of Caliber Collision Centers. “This relocation does not indicate any change to our approach in current or future markets in California, Texas, Arizona or Nevada as we continue our strategic growth plans over the next five years.”

Caliber will be leasing more than 16,000 square feet of office space at 401 East Corporate Drive in Lewisville, Texas. Located just south of I-35 and 121 Business, Caliber’s new corporate headquarters will include office space for over 60 associates. Caliber employs more than 2,300 associates across 92 Texas, Arizona, Nevada and California locations.

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