Lectratek to get new headquarters

Published: January 7, 2024

Leap Day will mark a significant leap forward for the Rushlight Assets enterprise as it prepares to break ground on its new headquarters on Washington Church Road in Miami Township. Scheduled for February 29, this event celebrates a transformative journey nearly 30 years in the making. Lectratek, one of the Rushlight Assets entities, will have its headquarters in this new facility as well.

The groundbreaking ceremony will occur in two parts at the existing Cornerstone Research Group (CRG) headquarters at 8821 Washington Church Road. The new building, on the same campus, is poised to become the epicenter of community engagement, technological advancement, and entrepreneurial spirit.

The new headquarters will be a 25,763 square-foot, two-story facility. The first floor will include 10,373 square feet of office space and 6,090 square feet of community space; the second floor will have 9,300 square feet of office space. Partners in the project include Construction Managers of Ohio, First Commonwealth Bank, KPFF Consulting Engineers, and Roll & Associates, Inc. Architects & Planners. The project is expected to cost $9.5 million with an anticipated completion date of February 2025.

Rushlight Assets is committed to giving back to the region, with an emphasis on cultivating philanthropy, building community, and growing businesses. Its new headquarters will include dedicated space to fulfill this mission.

“It is my wish that the open spaces within the new headquarters will be a premier free venue for nonprofits to host fundraisers,” said Hood, who began this enterprise when he founded CRG in 1997. “In this respect, we are not looking to gain revenue, but to give back to the community where we live and work.”

See Dayton Business Journal news article.