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Alaska engineering company intends to relocate corporate headquarters

  • November 21, 2012

Alaska engineering company intends to relocate corporate headquarters

WHPacific, an Alaska-based architecture and engineering firm, will move its central operating building from Anchorage, Alaska, to Colorado Springs, Colorado. The Gazette reports that the company is making the move so it can closely work with clientele across the western United States.

Robert Macomber, WHPacific's President, said the business is targeting April 2013 for the relocation. Company officials are currently negotiating with landlords in the area and plan to hire roughly 40 new staff members for the Colorado Springs address within the next five years.

"[This relocation] uniquely positions us as a leader in providing private, federal and oil and gas clients with strong solutions when it comes to all facets of architecture," Macomber told the news source.

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