Alliance Safety Council completes expansion plans for Emerging Technologies Center

    The Alliance Safety Council has bought a building on Industriplex Boulevard for $3.25 million to develop a new Alliance Emerging Technologies Center, according to sales documents and a company announcement.

    ASC training programs will continue to be held locally at its Rieger Road headquarters and at locations in Gonzales, Addis and Walker locations, as well as at other training partner locations in the Baton Rouge area.

    “This new facility will provide an environment conducive to design thinking and also innovative content development and delivery technologies that will transform the adult learning experience,” said Kathy Trahan, CEO of Alliance Safety Council, in a statement.

    The 26,400-square-foot building, formerly home to the Sky Zone Trampoline Park, also includes more than two acres including parking. The building was listed for lease at $25,500 monthly prior to the sale.

    Founded in 1958, the Alliance Safety Council is a founding member of the Association of Reciprocal Safety Councils. This national network is responsible for the standardization and auditing of reciprocal safety courses to minimize redundant training and allow contractors to get credit for training as they travel from facility to facility.  

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