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Aircraft parts supplier breaks ground on N. Chandler Corridor HQ

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From left to right, Daniel Hoffman, president; Eric Hoffman, COO (with his daughter Adel); Sima Hoffman; Irv Hoffman, CEO; Adam Hoffman, sales team director, break ground for Turbo Resources./Special to the Tribune

By Wayne Schutsky | East Valley Tribune

The North Chandler Corridor received a shot in the arm on June 2 when Turbo Resources officially broke ground on its new global headquarters at Westech Corporate Center, at Arizona Avenue and Palomino Drive.

“I think this will strengthen north Chandler and spur more development in the North Chandler Corridor,” Chandler Mayor Jay Tibshraeny said.

Turbo Resources leadership shares Tibshraeny’s enthusiasm for the area.

“We are proud to be here and excited to leading the way in developing this area,” Turbo Resources COO Eric Hoffman said.

The city of Chandler has several distinct development districts, including North Chandler Corridor. City leadership has focused on developing the North Chandler Corridor in recent years. Tibshraeny said he was excited that Turbo Resources, an existing Chandler business, chose to stay in the city and anchor the area.



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