AlloSource is located in Colorado. It has nearly doubled its lab and office space as a result of the growth and has a new building.
More than 370 people work for them here in the state and the organization expects that number to continue to grow.
AlloSource provides skin, bone and soft-tissue grafts for use all over the world. They take tragedy, such as death, and turn it into a life-saving gift for others.
"The incredible thing about donated human tissue is that doctors find a new uses for it all the time. We're able to take that donation and put it to good use in local communities. That really has been just an unlimited demand that we've been able to get from doctors for our tissues," CEO of AlloSource Tom Cycyota said.
AlloSource will celebrate the new building with a ribbon cutting Friday.
The non-profit estimates about $20 million was pumped into the local economy as a result of this project.
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