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Geiger, the family-owned publisher of the “Old Farmers’ Almanac” celebrated its 200th consecutive issue this year by announcing some changes to its headquarters in Lewiston, Maine.
The company announced in September that it plans to invest $12 million to convert its former manufacturing space in Lewiston into a distribution center and offices. The renovated facility will have up to 90% of its power needs met by a 620-panel, ground-mounted solar array.
The 105,000 square-foot facility will be certified at the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design's (LEED) "gold" level and will qualify as a Maine Advanced Building. Geiger also anticipates hiring 25 to 50 new employees over the next three to five years.
Image credit: courtesy of Geiger/Harriman.