Hawx relocates headquarters, opens sales office


April 24, 2024


The new Hawx headquarters at the AmeriCan Center in Ogden, Utah. PHOTO: HAWX PEST CONTROL

Ogden, Utah-based Hawx Pest Control recently moved from its previous location in the Business Depot Ogden (BDO) to upgrade its headquarters in the storied AmeriCan Center across town.

Echoing the company’s mission to leverage technology to transform the pest control industry, the company’s new headquarters — a converted industrial space outfitted with state of the art technology — has the kind of open office layout favored by other tech companies. In addition to maximizing transparency and opportunities for collaboration, the new headquarters offers numerous employee benefits, from lounge areas with games and massage chairs to its close proximity to local business and restaurants, bike trails and more.

Hawx serves customers across the U.S., with offices in over 30 cities. The new headquarters is the center of the company’s nationwide operation, housing several mission-critical departments, including customer success, customer solutions, inside sales, strategy and data, technology, fleet, accounting, finance, marketing, communications and more.


Inside the new Hawx office at the AmeriCan Center. PHOTO: HAWX PEST CONTROL

The AmeriCan Center was built in 1914. Originally known as the American Can Company of Utah Building Complex, the buildings were used by the American Can Company to produce millions of cans throughout the 20th century, and assisted in the efforts of both World Wars. The renovated commercial spaces that the AmeriCan Center now offers “combine a modern feel with exposed elements that remind visitors of Ogden’s industrial and culturally diverse past while also pointing to its evolving future,” per the news release.

While the company’s corporate headquarters has taken up residence in Suite 201 on the second floor of the three-story building in the AmeriCan Center, Hawx has also opened up its Ogden Sales Office on the first floor of the building (Suite 101, right beneath its new headquarters). Offering a similarly open layout, this first-floor space will be used by Hawx’s sales leaders primarily for recruitment and networking events. In addition to offices and meeting rooms, it features a golf simulator and a state of the art studio for video and podcast production.


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Ellen Wagner is a former digital editor for PMP magazine.

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