Paramount Depot, a wholesale supplier of building materials and services, has opened a new location in Doral in Miami-Dade County.
Doral’s mayor Luigi Boria and the city’s chief of staff Rafael Pineyro attended the May 12 grand opening event and presented a special recognition to Paramount Depot CEO Rafael Dominguez, the company announced in a news release.
Paramount Depot has been servicing major government locations within the City of Hialeah, such as the police department, as well as residential and private developers and general contractors since 2005. Today, thanks in part to the company’s relocation to Doral, the wholesale distributor says it has more than tripled the size of its facilities and exponentially grown its staff. The new 35,000 sq. ft. facility includes offices, warehouse and a state-of-the-art showroom.
“We are very excited to have moved to Doral and look forward to the continued growth of our business,” said Dominguez. “Our expansion is not only providing more jobs in the community, but also giving us the opportunity to provide a wider array of services to our clients at extremely competitive prices.”
“By expanding the company, Paramount Depot is now making a positive impact in the community and local economy,” said Mayor Luigi Boria. “We are very happy to welcome them to the City of Doral and present them with this special recognition.”
Paramount Depot says it is a one-stop-shop showroom and provider of building materials for home building and renovations. “Along with offering contractors and the general public competitive pricing, the company serves as a key distributor for a variety of national brands including Masonite, Seagull Lighting, Moen, Huntington Brass, Bravura, Liberty Hardware, and Deltana,” the news release says. “Additionally, Paramount Depot provides sourcing opportunities for customers to import materials globally and directly to clients’ homes.”