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Minnesota’s Hamon Deltak is moving its HQ and 120 jobs to Colorado

Hamon Deltak Inc., which engineers and manufactures equipment that captures and reuses waste heat from industrial operations, plans to move its headquarters from a Minneapolis suburb to the Denver area.

The company hasn’t picked a location in metro Denver yet, but is actively looking, said Kathy Green, a spokeswoman for the Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade.

Peter Dawes, the company president, said Tuesday that Hamon Deltak is considering space in downtown, the Tech Center and in the Lakewood area.

The move to metro Denver includes plans to grow the company by “more than 120 high-paying jobs,” according to announcement Monday from Gov. John Hickenlooper’s office.

Hamon Deltak currently has its headquarters and a custom-built manufacturing facility in Plymouth, Minn.

“We are going to maintain our Plymouth offices,” Dawes said in an interview Tuesday. “We have operations there and will maintain those offices. But the Denver office will let us cast a wider net for recruiting [new employees].”

“Hamon Deltak’s decision to expand here reaffirms Colorado’s position as a hub for businesses in advanced industries and will boost the state’s innovation ecosystem,” Hickenlooper said in the announcement.

“We are committed to supporting the company’s continued growth and success and are delighted Hamon Deltak Inc. has chosen Colorado for its company headquarters,” Hickenlooper said.

Denver’s ability to attract people to the city played a part in the company’s decision to move its headquarters, said Dawes, in the announcement.

“In addition to our existing Minnesota location, Denver will be an invaluable asset to attract world-class talent to Hamon Deltak, ” Dawes said.

About the Author: Cathy Proctor covers energy, the environment, transportation and construction for the Denver Business Journal and edits the weekly “Energy Inc.” newsletter. Phone: 303-803-9233.

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