Apria, based in Costa Mesa, CA, already operates a regionaloffice in nearby Littleton but has outgrown its space. Officialsfrom the firm searched sites in Douglas, Arapahoe and Jeffersoncounties before picking Ken Caryl along C-470 between Kipling andKen Caryl avenue.

"We became interested in establishing a new facility inJefferson County because of the location and access that it offersus to the major highway network within Colorado," says Rick Little,Apria regional vice president of operations.

The company provides respiratory care, durable medical equipmentsales and home infusion services for 1.2 million patients.

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