Gecko Robotics aims to keep its corporate climb going with new office at Nova Place

PITTSBURGH — As it starts to work out of its new headquarters at Nova Place on the North Side, Gecko Robotics is already working with a higher ceiling as part of the physical requirements of its build out.

Now that Faros Properties has cut out the ceiling above the company’s new R&D space, allowing its robots to crawl higher in their testing, Gecko Robotics is now shooting to reach a much higher figurative ceiling.

Jake Loosararian, CEO of the nearly 10-year-old company, introduced the new 70,000-square-foot office to a mix of staff and visiting onlookers, including tech industry leaders and local politicians, lead by Pittsburgh Mayor Ed Gainey and Allegheny County Chief Executive Rich Fitzgerald.

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