McKesson Corporation Invests $157 Million On Irving, Texas, Operations Center Expansion
McKesson is purchasing an existing 525,000 square foot office building in Irving, Texas as the location for their latest expansion. McKesson's Irving facility will perform vital functions including information technology, finance and accounting, administration and support, purchasing, and project management. The Irving facility will be in addition to McKesson's specialty pharmaceutical business that is headquartered in The Woodlands, Texas.
“After a thoughtful and thorough selection process, we’re excited to consolidate our Dallas-area offices into a new, state-of-the-art facility in Irving, Texas,” said David Evangelista, Senior Vice President and General Manager of McKesson Financial Center. “Investing in this new, modern workspace will enable our associates to more effectively serve McKesson customers in the evolving healthcare industry.”
The City of Irving and the Greater Irving-Las Colinas Chamber of Commerce partnered with the Office of the Governor to facilitate state and local support for McKesson’s expansion. As an incentive, a Texas Enterprise Fund grant offer of $9.75 million has been extended to McKesson Corporation.
“I am proud that McKesson has chosen to expand their operations in the Lone Star State and create nearly a thousand new jobs,” said Governor Greg Abbott. “This expansion is yet another testament to the power of Texas’ low-tax, low-regulation economic climate that continues to attract industry leaders, innovators, and job creators from around the globe. I am confident McKesson’s leadership in the pharmaceutical and healthcare technology sectors will serve as an invaluable contribution to the Texas economy.”
“The City of Irving is thrilled the McKesson Corporation has chosen Irving as its new regional home. We are honored to add another highly-regarded corporate powerhouse to our distinguished and growing list of business partners,” said Irving Mayor Beth Van Duyne. “We are certain McKesson will find Irving to be a dynamic city that provides signature facilities, quality of life amenities and a deep and sophisticated pool of employee talent.”
“We’re proud to welcome McKesson, a FORTUNE 11 company, home to Irving, Texas,” said Beth Bowman, President/CEO of the Greater Irving-Las Colinas Chamber of Commerce. “McKesson’s selection of our community (as part of a five-state search) for its regional headquarters marks one of North Texas region’s single-largest corporate commitments in 2016, as well as Irving’s largest real estate deal in the last decade.
McKesson will immediately become one of Irving’s largest employers, bringing an estimated $4.7 Billion in total economic activity over the next decade, while continuing the incredible momentum that Irving-Las Colinas has experienced during the past two years.”
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