California company heads to Texas with new McKinney headquarters

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California company heads to Texas with new McKinney headquarters

A California company that’s moving to North Texas has landed in McKinney with a new headquarters.

Dallas developer Heady Investments is building an office and industrial building for KVP International Inc., a Chino, Calif.-based company that designs and manufactures veterinary medical devices and surgical supplies.

Founded in 1964, KVP distributes its products worldwide.

The new headquarters complex is the first phase of what is planned as a larger campus.

“On approximately 7 acres of the site, Heady Investments will develop a 120,000-square-foot warehouse, including office space, light manufacturing and distribution,“ said Heady Investments vice president Sayres Heady. “The remaining 2.88 acres are currently being studied by two other additional tenants for their relocation as well.”

The project is in McKinney’s University Business Park near the northeast corner of U.S. Highway 380 and North Central Expressway.

Heady Investments bought the building site from the McKinney Economic Development Corp. O’Brien Architects designed the new building, which will open later this year.

American National Bank of Texas financed the project.

Heady Investments is a more than 40-year-old commercial real estate firm that has built more than a half dozen office projects along the Dallas North Tollway in Plano and Frisco.

The company is currently building one of the largest office projects in West Plano, the 14-story Headquarters 2 building on the north side of Legacy Business Park.