Knowledge Services Moves Ahead with Fishers HQ

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Knowledge Services has selected CitiMark Management Co. and American Structurepoint to develop its new headquarters in Fishers. Construction on the 80,000-square-foot building, adjacent to Navient's headquarters, is set to be complete by the end of 2019, and will result in the addition of nearly 400 jobs by 2021.

Citimark Management Company President Bill Carlstedt says "Citimark is honored to have been chosen to continue a long-standing relationship with Knowledge Services to execute on their vision of a state-of-the-art headquarters, located within a world class Technology Park that will embody the mission of the company and cultivate future growth." "The site selected for the Knowledge Services headquarter building, and the additional sites available for development, is fantastic. The location is within close proximity to the commercial growth happening in and around the Fishers Nickel Plate District and provides significant frontage along the heavily traveled I-69 corridor."

Fishers Mayor Scott Fadness- "Knowledge Services' plan for the Green Acres Technology Park fits the vision of the I-69 business corridor, and I'm excited to see this project move forward and the momentum that comes from it. The Bielawskis are great partners in supporting this vision, and I look forward to having them as a part of our smart, vibrant, and entrepreneurial business community.

This is the information technology company's fourth expansion in recent years, and has grown to 1,200 employees in Indiana and 1,500 nationwide.  It announced 200 new jobs in 2011, 400 in 2013 and another 400 in 2016. The company says it has outpaced its job creation goals and has grown its Indiana employment by 70 percent over the last few years.

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