Construction Progress

NacSpace construction in progress across from Dennys near I59 and N Stallings Dr

We are excited to announce that our NacSpace building near the intersection of Highway 59 and Loop 224 at N Stallings Dr in Nacogdoches, Texas is currently under construction. The building will have a total of 20,500 square feet and is expected to be completed September 2019! Schedule a tour today!

From Our Official Press Release:

This facility breaking ground is a state-of-the-art information technology center that will be the headquarters for the new company NacSpace. NacSpace has emerged from decades of providing in-house software and hardware development to support Elliott Electric Supply’s growth to more than 150 stores across 8 southern states.

NacSpace new building on N Stallings Drive in Nacogdoches

In observance of the information technology industry in East Texas, NacSpace was founded in an effort to use their accumulated expertise and initiative as a catalyst for the growth and sustainability of IT jobs in East Texas. This new company will offer a full array of managed IT services such as software and hardware supply and support, information security, communications, and networking.

Not only will NacSpace offer Managed IT Services, the facility will also provide cost-effective Office Work Space solutions for small businesses and will house a data center designed with Tier II Plus standards in mind, the first of its kind in East Texas. The data center will bring regional solutions for data infrastructure to the Nacogdoches area with the center featuring secured interconnectivity, reliable and redundant high-density power, and a server room with rack space for dedicated business servers.

NacSpace is designed to alleviate burdensome IT issues and keep its customers’ data safe so they can have peace of mind while focusing on their core objectives; reliability and security for their clients is at the heart of this new company and their facility.

Local News Coverage

Excerpt from the Article:

"[NacSpace] will bring jobs of a very different nature to Nacogdoches according to Phillip Hale, chief information officer for Elliott Electric Supply and NacSpace president.

'This is something that the bigger cities do and they have data centers and remote office space and individuals, but we want to retain and bring more IT professionals to East Texas.'"

Written by Donna McCollum,
KTRE Multi-Media Journalist