FacilitySource Expands Its Columbus, Ohio, Operations Center
The company plans to expand its facility by more than 32,000-square-feet and add 272 jobs, nearly doubling the number of current local staff. According to company officials, FacilitySource is expanding to accommodate its rapid growth, after experiencing 50 percent growth over the last two years alone.
The project is contingent upon approval of state incentives, which will be reviewed later this month. JobsOhio is also expected to offer assistance, which would be announced after a final agreement is executed.
“Our Columbus expansion will enable us to keep up with the demands of our growing customer base,” said Bill Hayden, CEO, FacilitySource. “The Columbus Region’s central location allows us to easily access and serve our clients across the country.”
"The expansion of FacilitySource’s prominent Columbus operations highlights our region’s unique retail industry,” said Andrew J. Ginther, Mayor, City of Columbus. "And the area’s talent pool provides FacilitySource with a strategic advantage for continued growth.”
“Along with our partners at Columbus 2020, we are excited FacilitySource plans to continue its rapid growth in Central Ohio, where it will bring more than 270 new jobs,” said JobsOhio Managing Director for Information Technology Ted Griffith. “FacilitySource is a great example of a company embracing the digital age and growing in Ohio through the combination of excellence in customer service and innovative software solutions.”
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