Los Angeles-based manufacturer Pulp Studio announced it has purchased a 225,000 square-foot property in Gardena, Calif., to consolidate under one roof. The company will merge the current operations of Pulp Studio, now housed in two separate facilities in Los Angeles, with California Glass Bending, now located in Wilmington, Calif.

“The new facility doubles the overall square footage of our operations and allows us to add the equipment we need to maintain our growth, and the synergies of the two companies under one roof now will have a great deal of advantage in our day-to-day operations,” says Pulp Studio CEO Bernard Lax.

Construction of the facility started this month, and the company will begin moving in January. All three operations will be consolidated by the end of 2016, according to the company.

In addition to the 115,000 square-foot structure currently on the Gardena property, a 15,000 square-foot building will be added for a new cutting facility, as well as another 5,000 square-feet of mezzanine space for ancillary services. The new location also features a 1,825-kilowatt diesel generator that can keep the entire facility online if the power goes off, according to Pulp.