Company Name: Midmark Corporation
Industry Sector: Healthcare
Company Profile: Founded in 1915 and headquartered in the greater Dayton, Ohio, area, Midmark Corporation is the only clinical environmental design company that enables a better care experience for the medical, dental and animal health markets. With nearly 2,000 teammates worldwide, Midmark focuses on harmonizing clinical space, technology and workflows for caregivers and patients.
Company Website: www.midmark.com
- Type of Project: Expansion
- Jobs committed: 99
- Jobs retained: 1,002
- Capital Investment: $4,500,000
- Timetable: Construction is scheduled to be completed by the end of 2020
Midmark needed to expand as a result of the growing value the company brings to the healthcare experience for patients and providers. The company’s existing technology and customer experience centers are in Versailles, and Midmark considered expanding around them in order to support the increasing demand for Midmark products, services and technologies.
“Midmark is grateful for the continued support from the state of Ohio and the village of Versailles and its residents. That support, combined with the commitment of our teammates, is one of the reasons Midmark is at the forefront of healthcare. We are creating the facilities and resources we need to carry us into the future and bring innovation and new ideas to Ohio.” – John Baumann, president and CEO, Midmark
Midmark will add onto and modernize its Versailles, Ohio, operations. Once construction is complete, the plant will connect to a second existing facility, providing a safe environment that allows employees to remain indoors as they move between the plants.
Ohio’s healthcare ecosystem has a global reputation in medical innovation. Investments in research and development (R&D) and infusions of talent have elevated the sector’s capacity to develop technologies and treatments that improve patient care. Midmark is a global leader in health and “represents the best of Ohio’s manufacturers through its strong commitment to R&D, support of a skilled local workforce and continued partnership with regional business community,” said Justin Farmer, a project manager with the Dayton Development Coalition.
Dayton Development Coalition, the village of Versailles, JobsOhio and the Ohio Development Services Agency