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Albany, N.Y.-based AWS Truewind LLC has expanded its corporate office in Austin, Texas, effective June 1. The office address is Tower of the Hills, 13809 Research Blvd., Suite 655, Austin, TX 78750.

According to the company, the new offices provide a geographically attractive setting for AWS Truewind's expanding staff and is strategically located for servicing AWS Truewind’s southwestern projects and clients.

The office will be led by Ignacio Carballo, AWS Truewind's manager and assistant director of project services.

"The decision to expand our Texas office was an easy one," says Carballo. "With the industry's intense level of interest in Texas and surrounding states, we need to be in a location that is convenient for all of our clients. In addition to convenience for our clients, AWS Truewind certainly benefits from being on the ground in what is currently the industry’s hottest market. It just makes good sense all around."


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