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Dakota Supply Group Breaks Ground on Fargo Facility

The 126,000-square-foot facility has a strategic location with convenient access from 45th Street in Fargo and 9th Street in West Fargo, North Dakota.
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Midwest electrical, plumbing and HVAC distributor Dakota Supply Group announced that it recently celebrated the groundbreaking for its new facility in Fargo, North Dakota.

The new facility is scheduled to open in 2025.

Situated at 1387 55th Street NE, Fargo, North Dakota, the new 126,000-square-foot facility boasts a strategic location with convenient access from 45th Street in Fargo and 9th Street in West Fargo and quick access from I-29.

“We are thrilled to break ground on our new facility in Fargo, North Dakota,” said Paul Kennedy, President & CEO of DSG. “DSG was founded in Fargo 125 years ago, and this expansion reinforces our dedication to providing exceptional service to our customers in this region for the next 125 years and beyond. Our strategic location and expanded services will enable us to meet the growing needs of the electrical, plumbing, HVAC, utility, and communications industries, ensuring we remain a trusted partner in their success.”

Several esteemed guests attended the groundbreaking ceremony, including Arlette Preston, Deputy Mayor from the City of Fargo; Cody Furstenau, Jeff Furstenau, and Trent Ochsner from Olaf-Anderson General Contractors; developer Levi Arneson with Dell Arneson, Inc.; Stacia Sytsma from the Fargo Moorhead West Fargo Chamber of Commerce; along with nearly 30 Chamber Ambassadors, with Brooke Coauette serving as the emcee. Also present were members of DSG’s executive, regional, and branch leadership teams.

Earlier this month, DSG announced the grand opening of a location in Livonia, Michigan. On MDM’s 2023 Top Distributors Lists, the company ranks No. 24 among electrical distributors.

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