Revere Opens Two Remote Offices

Feb. 29, 2012
Control system integrator expands into Tennessee and Florida.

Revere Control Systems (www.reverecontrol.com), a Birmingham, Ala.-based control system integrator, has opened two new offices, one in Chattanooga, Tenn., and the other in St. Petersburg, Fla. The Chattanooga office will contain a control panel production capability, plus administrative offices. The St. Petersburg will strengthen sales support functions and provide a base for existing engineering and service operations.

Revere President Bob Adams says, “These new offices are a testament to the growing demand for our services, and we anticipate these to be the model for continued expansion of our business.”  Revere is a privately held, independent control system integrator founded in 1980 and focused on industrial automation within the metals, mining, energy, utilities, manufacturing, and water/wastewater industries, among others. Specialties include motor controls, bulk material handling, process automation, plant automation, wireless SCADA, and OEM products.

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