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Heartland Food Products Group said it plans to leave its offices at Clay Terrace for a bigger headquarters within 18 months. The move would allow the firm to add about 130 employees.
On Feb. 21, Anthem will break ground in Atlanta for a 21-story office tower called the Anthem Technology Center. When completed in two years, it will house about 3,000 Anthem workers.
Anthem decided not to renew its lease on the former J.C. Penney department store, which was refurbished for the insurance giant in the 1990s.
Clinical Architecture is spending $4.2 million on its new headquarters space while seeking software developers, clinical experts, salespeople and product managers.
From 2007 to 2010, the Carmel-based manufacturer laid off about 1,000 employees. But its commitment to stay invested in R&D has paid off.
Verdure Sciences has filed plans with Noblesville to build a 15,000-square-foot facility on a 7-acre property in the Metro Enterprise Park near the southwest corner of Pleasant Street and Union Chapel Road.
Chad Priest took the reins of the Indiana Region of the American Red Cross in the aftermath of drastic chapter closures and in the midst of preparations to relocate the Indianapolis headquarters.
The tech giant will establish its regional headquarters in the Chase Tower, to be renamed Salesforce Tower Indianapolis. Employees will start moving into the refurbished space in 2017.
The Indianapolis-based producer of high-end soaps, shampoos and conditioners for hotels and resorts will become part of Guest Supply but keep its local operations.
LKE Group, which makes products for transporting goods and materials, plans to establish its operations just south of Indianapolis International Airport.
Human resources and corporate benefits firm Tilson expects a tidal wave of new workers by the end of the decade as firms try to cope with complex employee requirements.
Nine of the 16 firms who announced their plans with state officials Thursday expect to boost operations and employment in the Indianapolis area, forecasting 933 jobs.
Jarden Home Brands considered out-of-state sites for a new distribution center to serve its growing consumer-products business, but leaders opted to stay close to home. The Daleville-based company plans to move its headquarters to Fishers.
The Caterpillar dealer is seeking to expand with new corporate offices and sales and service facilities on more than 130 acres of land near the interchange of Interstates 465 and 74.
CEO Don Brown recently told IBJ that the firm expected to hire in the neighborhood of 250 workers in 2014, and also was looking at constructing an additional building by its headquarters. An announcement is set for Thursday afternoon.