Qualtrics Expands Provo, Utah, Co-Headquarters
"We are passionate about Utah and are excited to more than double the size of our current tech campus here. Qualtrics continues to be a hypergrowth company as we add both customers and employees at an incredible rate," said Ryan Smith, Co-Founder & CEO, Qualtrics.
"We couldn't be more excited about introducing a new kind of on-site daycare as a central piece of our expansion. Part of our mission at Qualtrics is to rid the world of bad experiences, and the launch of the on-site daycare is an important step in providing needed support to working parents," he added.
The company will add over 150,000 square feet of office space and an additional 40,000 square feet for the on-site daycare, bringing the total size of the campus to 355,000 square feet, a significant upgrade from the Provo, Utah basement where the company started in 2002.
Opening in spring 2021, the new expansion will include a three story, outdoor terrace equipped with conference areas, meeting spaces, and views of the 6-acre gardens, as well as two new parking structures.
This year Qualtrics has announced a series of new offices and expansion around the world. In September, they announced the new Qualtrics Tower in Seattle which spans 275,000 square feet, and which will house more than 2,000 employees.
In October, Qualtrics announced a new office building in Dublin where the company will create 350 additional jobs, doubling the number of employees in that region to more than 700. And in November, the company announced a new 25,000 square foot office in Chicago that will house 200 employees along the city's riverfront.
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