Perspecta Starts Construction on Meridian, Idaho, Operations Complex
The new "LaSalle" building, being constructed by Ball Ventures Ahlquist will be a five-story, 127,000-square-foot office building at Ten Mile Crossing, a 75-acre complex on the northeast corner of Ten Mile Road and Interstate 84. Perspecta will serve as the premier tenant and occupy 65,000 square feet of the building.
According to company officials, the construction project represents approximately $5 million in capital investment by Perspecta and will support more than 500 employees. The new space allows Perspecta to grow a nearly 20-year presence in the Boise area, supporting multiple federal, state and local U.S. government customers, including the U.S. Navy. Perspecta recently decided to expand its local workforce in the Boise region, which consists of engineers, analysts, business operations experts, software developers and technical support staff.
"Perspecta is excited to break ground on a new facility in one of the fastest growing metropolitan regions in the country," said Mac Curtis, President & CEO of Perspecta. "The talented and innovative workforce in the Boise area has long supported multiple federal, state and local programs for our company, including operation of the Navy Marine Corps Intranet (NMCI) under the Next Generation Enterprise Network (NGEN) contract. At Perspecta, we know what it takes to transform the way government agencies serve citizens, and we are excited to expand our local high-tech team in support of this critical objective."
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