Dan Diehl, CEO Aircuity
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Aircuity Opens Doors to New Corporate Headquarters

June 16, 2022

Aircuity, (www.aircuity.com), the leader in creating healthy and sustainable buildings, today announced that it has opened its new corporate headquarters in Norwood, Massachusetts. The new location supports the company’s rapid growth with larger spaces for its Calibration Laboratory and Production floor, along with an upgraded engineering lab for product testing and development.

Dan Diehl, CEO Aircuity
Dan Diehl, CEO Aircuity

Aircuity’s new headquarters positions the company to continue growing its engineering and support teams through recruitment within the Boston area’s talent-rich tech workforce.  Located at 128 Carnegie Row, the new headquarters is readily accessible for team members and visitors.

“We are very pleased to be moving into this dynamic new space and believe we are better positioned to meet current and future growth requirements, while also attracting new and more diverse talent into the company,” said Dan Diehl, CEO of Aircuity. “Our history is in the Boston area, and it is certainly THE hub for research and innovation in both the Sustainability and Life Sciences industries, making this an ideal location for us.”

Highlights of the new space include:

  • Calibration Laboratory designed to accommodate a higher volume of sensors (expected to double in just 3 years);
  • Larger assembly and warehouse space;
  • Engineering lab for greater test and development capacity;
  • New ESD safe flooring protecting sensitive electronic components; and
  • Virtual product demonstrations.

“This move presents a great opportunity for operational improvements and to further align our physical space and footprint with our evolving business needs, stated Tom Nasti, Vice President, Operations at Aircuity. “The team has embraced a continuous improvement mindset throughout planning and execution, and I’m very encouraged by the collaboration and effort they have demonstrated.”

“At Aircuity, we rely on having top talent and sophisticated facilities to enable us to provide our ventilation optimization platform for reduced carbon footprint, greater efficiency and healthier IAQ,” said Diehl. “Being at the nexus of sustainability and Indoor Air Quality has created increased demand and this move is an exciting next step for us. I am confident that we all feel very privileged to be able to impact the world in such a positive, compelling, and tangible way and we all plan to continue this until we reach our Net Zero requirements.”


Aircuity is the 20-year leader in reducing carbon emissions and creating healthier indoor environments. Commercial, institutional and lab building owners can protect occupants, improve employee productivity and wellness, lower operating costs, and verifiably reduce energy use by as much as 60 percent. Headquartered in Norwood, MA, Aircuity’s solutions have benefited organizations such as Google, SUNY, Eli Lilly, Takeda, the University of Pennsylvania, and the University of California-Irvine. For additional information on the company and its solutions, please visit: www.aircuity.com.