Technology company acquires former home of APBA Game Company

A technology company has relocated its headquarters to a 21,726-square-foot facility in Lancaster County.

Residential Media Systems has relocated to 1001 Millersville Road in Manor Township, which was previously home to the APBA Game Company. RMS relocated from 113 E. Chestnut St. in Lancaster on Feb. 1, where it had been located for nine years.

The company provides residential and commercial technology integration, electrical services and lighting design among other services. RMS was founded in 2001 in the Manheim area. The company’s primary markets are central Pennsylvania and Philadelphia. Typically, RMS completes 40 to 50 projects in a year. Over its lifetime, the company has completed more than 700 residential and commercial projects. The new facility is about 55 minutes from Harrisburg.

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From left to right are Michael Phillips and Caleb Fetter. (Photo provided)

Officials said that they liked building’s size, condition and location, and said it was the right space for its expanded in-house engineering and project management team, on-premises training facilities, and its client support team. It also has parking for its fleet of vehicles. The facility will also have a showroom.

“We were looking for a long-term home for quite a while, and we found it.” Caleb Fetter, president of RMS said in a new release. “We’re going to invest in the property and revitalize it.”

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