McKesson Corporation Expands Greater Phoenix, Arizona, Regional Headquarters
The firm will occupy a 271,000-square-foot twinned office complex in the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community. The facility is currently under construction and is expected to be complete in early 2018. Upon completion, the new building will be home to McKesson’s existing Scottsdale-based workforce of more than 1,400, with room to accommodate nearly 2,200 total jobs over the next five years.
“Our company’s tremendous growth has presented us with the unique opportunity to move our team into a state-of-the-art facility, designed with McKesson’s commitment to employee wellness, engagement, creativity and collaboration in mind,” said Bill Nolan, VP/GM, McKesson Specialty Health. “We’ve had excellent success attracting and retaining strong talent in Arizona and are very proud to be part of the state’s thriving healthcare and technology sector.”
“McKesson has had a long-standing presence in Arizona, and this impressive new office space will allow for the addition of nearly 800 new high-value jobs for our citizens,” said Governor Doug Ducey. “The decision to expand in Arizona reinforces the fact that our state offers the top talent, ideal location and favorable operating environment that industry-leading companies like McKesson require.”
“McKesson has been a valued presence in our state’s business community for many years, and we could not be more excited that the company not only remains committed to Arizona but will significantly expand its operations,” said Sandra Watson, Arizona Commerce Authority President/CEO. “The project will create hundreds more of the technology and professional services jobs Arizona is becoming known for.”
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