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BELLEFONTE, Pa.--Jun. 3--Paul Silvis wound his way past the fig and olive trees in his new atrium, under the giant skylight, past the snack bar, up a few newly-carpeted stairs and into a slick meeting room.
That's where he got the best view of the Paul Hartle farm, framed by a long window. Mysteriously, the view looked perfectly at home in this high-tech industrial building.
"When I first started Restek in 1985, the atrium was something I always wanted to do," Silvis said, explaining that employees spend so much time at work that the atmosphere ought to be aesthetically pleasing. "To make it in business, you have to be creative."
Saturday, Silvis showed off Restek Corp.'s latest venture: a 35,000-square-foot expansion that doubled the size of the company's headquarters in …