Liberty Utilities has opened new offices at 1766 Cleveland Highway in Gainesville.
Customers can pay their bill there or talk with Liberty officials, but the 17,000-square-foot building also serves as the home base for operations crews serving Gainesville, Bogart, Braselton, Hoschton, Jefferson, Oakwood, Pendergrass, Statham and Winder.
A grand opening ceremony was held Wednesday morning at the new building, which is also off Limestone Parkway. The company’s old offices were in leased space off John Morrow Parkway near Gainesville High School.
The new building “solidifies our commitment to our customers and the communities we serve,” said Chuck Rossi, president of Liberty Utilities, Georgia.
The company’s Georgia division serves more than 56,000 customers in the Columbus and Gainesville areas. Some 30 people work out of the Gainesville office.