Meridiam Relocate-Plans Washington, D.C., Americas Headquarters
The company’s new headquarters occupies over 20,000-square-feet at 1700 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW.
“Washington, DC is the perfect home for Meridiam in the Americas,” said Nicolas Rubio, CEO Americas of Meridiam. “We partner with the public sector over the long-term on sustainable infrastructure projects that seek to improve people’s daily lives. As a global hub for global decision makers, engineering services, development banks, and sustainability leaders, DC is the natural place for Meridiam to put down roots and continue to grow. We are grateful to Mayor Bowser and her team for their commitment in helping to bring our new Americas headquarters to life.”
Meridiam is the third awardee of the District’s Vitality Fund. Created through a $10 million investment by D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser, the Vitality Fund is a multi-year, performance-based incentive program designed to support companies in target industries that are actively planning to relocate, expand, or retain their physical location and create new jobs in the District.
“The Vitality Fund is an important tool for the District to attract companies like Meridiam to DC,” noted Nina Albert, Acting Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development. “We know the District is a great place for companies to do business, and the investments we have made in the Vitality Fund make that case even stronger. We’re excited that Meridiam has chosen DC for its Americas headquarters and is creating new jobs for District residents.”
Meridiam Infrastructure North America Corporation is a subsidiary of Meridiam, a certified Benefit Corporation (B Corp) globally headquartered in Paris, France.
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