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MEDINA, MN-Open Systems International Inc., a utility software and hardware company, has begun the construction of its new 100,000-square-foot corporate headquarters here. The company is spending about $20 million to relocate from about 40,000 square feet in Plymouth, MN.

Minneapolis-based Kraus-Anderson is building the facility, which will include office, engineering development, staging, warehouse, training and conference space on a 20-acre site. Project Manager Mark Miller tells GlobeSt.com that OSI employees are now squashed into two main buildings in Plymouth, with an additional training building. Just less than 200 will operate from the new Medina site, which will take one year to build. The software firm will own the building.

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