To meet increased demands, the International Society of Arboriculture (ISA) has relocated its headquarters to a larger facility better equipped to handle the organization’s growing needs.
“ISA has sustained an unprecedented 25 straight years of membership growth, with now well over 20,000 members around the globe,” said ISA President Lauren Lanphear. “That growth leads to the necessary growth in programs, products, and services that keep our focus on ISA’s mission.”
Still located in Champaign, Ill., the new building accommodates current and future growth needs required to address requests from members, Certified Arborists, and other green industry professionals.
“The recent move to a newer and larger headquarters facility provides increased space needed to support this growth,” said Lanphear. “It offers a great work environment for ISA’s dedicated and talented staff.”
Hoping for minimal interruption to customer service, the office was scheduled to be in transition from July 31 through August 3. Through the hard work of ISA staff and movers, the office was back up by Friday, August 1, two days ahead of schedule.
This move is an important step for the future success of ISA.
“These are exciting times for the ISA and the arboriculture industry it supports – the new facility will prove to be an important resource,” said Lanphear.
[Note: The physical address of the ISA headquarters has changed; however, all other contact information remains the same. New street address: 2101 West Park Court, Champaign, IL 61821]