1,200 JOBS COMING TO TEXAS FINANCIAL CLUSTER
Charles Schwab has announced the location of a new campus in Westlake, TX in the Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan area. The company anticipates creating at least 1,200 new jobs and investing $100 million on the 70 acre campus. Schwab has leased temporary office in order to begin the hiring process while the new campus is under construction. The new campus will have 500,000 square feet of space and is scheduled for completion by no later than 2019.
Ginovus is honored to have served the Charles Schwab team in support of the project. The proposed campus development is the largest job creation project announced during Texas Governor Greg Abbott’s administration. Ginovus would like to thank Governor Greg Abbott, Lt. Governor Dan Patrick, Speaker of the House Joe Straus, State Senator Kelly Hancock, State Senator Jane Nelson, State Representative Tan Parker, State Representative Giovanni Capriglione, Westlake Mayor Laura Wheat, Denton County Commissioner Andy Eads and their dedicated staff members for their tireless work on the project.
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