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Mount Vernon Printing Moves Locations

Monday, June 04, 2012

Press release from the issuing company

Mount Vernon Printing, a Consolidated Graphics, Inc. company, completed its move into a new 48,000 square foot LEED Certified building in Laurel, MD, on May 29.  The new facility is located at 13201 Mid Atlantic Blvd., Suite 100, Laurel, MD, 20708.

The move caps nearly six months of careful planning to ensure uninterrupted service to Mount Vernon’s customers during the transition from its existing building in Landover, MD.  Located off Contee Road near U.S. Route 1 in Laurel, MD, the new building will provide Mount Vernon customers and employees easy access from I-95, the Washington-Baltimore Parkway, the Capital Beltway and the new Intercounty Connector.     

“We are excited to introduce our customers to the benefits of our new location, which include an enhanced production workflow layout and increased energy efficiency,” said Russell Price, President of Mount Vernon Printing. “The flexible space also accommodated our expanding digital printing department and direct mail capabilities, to meet the needs of our customers to produce efficient, targeted print communications.”

The new facility is located in The Brick Yard, a 65-acre business park designed to have limited impact on the environment.  The Brick Yard is being developed in keeping with the tenets of Green Building Development, and with all buildings designed to be LEED Certified.  The Park includes flex/industrial space, corporate and regional headquarters buildings and residential development. It is estimated that the Business Park will employ more than 1,000 workers upon completion.

 

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