NDX Unveils New Building

New 18,280 square foot, 65-foot building is described as the tallest records management and documents storage center in Maryland.

Elected officials, representatives from the Catonsville Chamber of Commerce and other invited guests were on hand at NDX, at 5621 Old Frederick Rd., on Tuesday to cut a ceremonial ribbon on a new 18,280 square foot records management and documents storage center.

At 65 feet tall, the state-of-the-art building is described as the tallest of its kind in Maryland by NDX President John Corbitt.

Begun in 1989 as a regional express delivery service operating out of the basement of Corbitt's Edmonson Heights rowhouse, NDX now offers document storage, scanning and shredding, he explained at the ceremony.

County Executive Kevin Kamenetz praised Corbitt for remaining local and hiring local employees.

Corbitt said that the company's ten full-time employees live in Catonsville, and the new $2.3 million building—which increases the company's capacity by six-fold—was built by Steel Building Specialists of Halethorpe.

"It's nice to stay in Catonsville," Corbitt said.

"This is another great day for Catonsville," Kamenetz said. "Thank you for investing in the community."

dawn estep October 03, 2012 at 01:47 PM
Its a HUGE eyesore for those of us living next to it!
OpenEyes October 03, 2012 at 02:26 PM
It is always astonishing how our elected officials show up at these ribbon cuttings, providing the appearance that they are helping small businesses grow and succeed. They have done nothing to the effect and are merely there to get some press to protect their incumbency. It is the hard work of business owners, like Mr. Corbitt that grow our economy. If any of these men, Quirk, Malone, or Kamenetz cared one ounce for Catonsville, they would start showing some effort to stop Steve Whalen's proposed Promenade development. What have they done? Nothing! They turned their backs on a 1200 person petition. Malone worked to pass enabling legislation to fund the project and leveraged $50,000 of tax payer dollars to fund the MEDCO report to provide political cover to justify the project. Kamenetz worked to broaden the scope of the Frederick RD/695 Bridge replacement by a whopping 10 million dollars to assist the Promenade. What about the investment that businesses on Frederick RD and downtown Arbutus have made? What about the investments their constituents have made in their homes. Since we don't give thousands upon thousands of dollars to their campaigns annually, like Steve Whalen, I guess they don't count. http://tinyurl.com/9ngwb3b
Joe October 03, 2012 at 02:29 PM
John is a good man, father, business owner and neighbor. Keep up the good work John.
steve d'anna October 03, 2012 at 06:37 PM
Very well said about these pols showing up at these events to do nothing more than garner credit and deflect the realities about what they've done and more importantly NOT done
Jason October 04, 2012 at 11:39 AM
I'm pretty sure the National Archives building in College Park is taller than 65 feet... so NDX wouldn't be the tallest records management and documents storage center in Maryland.
LAURA October 04, 2012 at 12:27 PM
Congratulations to John Corbitt on building His American Dream with the support of his family, friends and community. This is an example of HARD WORK, 20 years of being persistant and overcoming the regulation obstacles that were put in his way, to build a local business that employees local people. Very hard to do considering the state of the economy. Congratulatons John - you did build that!
Joe October 04, 2012 at 12:45 PM
"you did build that!" EXCELLENT addition to your comment.


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