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New Building In Research Park Expected to Open by End of 2013
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By Terri Bernhardt
Who is kicking up dust on the corner of Technology Parkway and Science Drive? Team Orlando spoke with Joe Wallace, Executive Director, Central Florida Research Park, to get the story. “This corner will house an 81,000 square foot building for Carley Corporation,” Wallace stated. The construction started mid-January and a normal cycle length on a building this size is typically 10-12 months.”
Aerial view of lot cleared for new building site for Carley Corp. which will sit on 7.4 acres. The Carley Corp. building is the 59th building in the Central Florida Research Park.
“We are excited about moving into our own building,” Sharon Wolford, CEO of Carley Corp said. “It will be great being closer to our important customers such as NAWCTSD and PEO STRI. The new building will also allow us to operate at lower costs therefore providing maximum value to our clients.”
Central Florida Research Park was established in 1978, as a cooperative effort between the University of Central Florida, the Orange County Research & Development Authority, and the Orange County Board of County Commissioners. The 1,079 acre park is the largest research park in Florida, the fourth largest in the United States by number of companies (126), and the seventh largest in the United States by number of employees (10,000). The research park is located at the heart of research-driven University of Central Florida’s main campus and through the decades has created a university relationship environment for businesses with a gross regional product of over $3 billion.
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