Nick Deeter, chairman, president and CEO of OrthoPediatrics Corp., announced Wednesday that OrthoPediatrics will move their Warsaw offices to a new location this fall.

The new 15,000-square-foot facility, located on the north side of Warsaw at 2850 Frontier Drive, will house all of OrthoPediatrics' employees under one roof.

The location is where Steve Ladwig Nissan was formerly.

W.J. Carey Construction will begin the remodeling in June.

"Due to our continued growth in the pediatric orthopedic industry, it is necessary to move our offices to one centralized location. We can easily add an additional 30,000 square feet to this facility to meet our future growth plans," said Deeter.

OrthoPediatrics' new facility is located across from their design, development and manufacturing partner, Symmetry Medical.

"The location was important in our decision-making process," said Bob von Seggern, vice president of marketing at OrthoPediatrics. "The relocation will facilitate our on-going relationship with Symmetry and make it very convenient to give plant tours to our pediatric orthopedic surgeons by walking across the street to show them how our products are made."

Founded in 2006, OrthoPediatrics has now grown to 46 employees. OrthoPediatrics is dedicated to inventing, designing and distributing innovative and anatomically appropriate orthopedic devices, instrumentation and biologics for pediatric patients and their caregivers.

OrthoPediatrics specializes in orthopedic solutions that include trauma and deformity, medical devices and equipment, sports medicine and spine.