Concord-based ISI Alarms announced last week that it will move its headquarters and call center to a building on Patterson Avenue in downtown Mooresville and expand its operations.
The company will bring 100 jobs to the former Design Center of Lake Norman building by mid- to late December, including 40 new positions, president and CEO Jayson Waller said. ISI Alarms anticipates employing a total of 150 workers within two years, he said.
ISI Alarms provides residential and commercial two-way wireless voice alarm systems. The company services 14 states and plans to expand to more.
Waller credited what he called the "forward-looking vision" of Mooresville's leaders to invest in high-bandwidth fiber infrastructure as a major reason the company is moving there. Also, both Waller and vice president of marketing Kevin Klink live in Mooresville.
Mooresville-based Langtree Real Estate Group is helping with the move and expansion.
ISI Alarms, meanwhile, has selected MI-Connection to service data needs for its call center. MI-Connection is Davidson and Mooresville's government-run cable TV, voice and Internet provider.