A rapidly growing logistics company has announced 200 new jobs in its operation in Indianapolis.
Spot wants to hire more than 200 employees in Indianapolis by 2023, so the new office space will be necessary.
The corporation will use the 11th and 12th floors of the recently restored Capital Center at 251 North Illinois Street to house its operations and technology departments.
Spot collaborated with Cushman & Wakefield’s Mike Semler to conduct a full assessment of its workplace needs, which included identifying employee work experience and future goals.
The area will include a state-of-the-art training center, ergonomic design throughout to improve employee productivity and satisfaction, and seating for over 280 people, in addition to magnificent views of the city landscape.
Kreg Hunter, Director of Operations at Spot said: “The teams we have worked with have been more than helpful in making this expansion a reality,”
Hunter said: “Not only has Zeller invested in common space amenities that are more than attractive to our employees, but we are also working with their team to bring the space to life. It will lend itself to new operational efficiencies and help facilitate internal and external collaboration and communication. Additionally, having the Zeller team onsite is a large benefit should any issues arise.”
Zeller has invested over $8 million to transform Capital Center and create a vibrant, connected workplace community with an unmatched set of amenities.
The project transformed the 250-foot glass atrium connector between the buildings into a collaborative social hub with meeting places, a new bar concept, and an outdoor terrace with seats and a fireplace, in collaboration with Chicago-based architecture and design firm Stantec.
Nick Trimpe, Vice President of Leasing for Zeller said “We are thrilled to welcome Spot to Capital Center as it expands its Indianapolis operation. When undertaking the redevelopment of Capital Center, it was our goal to design and activate amenities that create a unique community to help companies like Spot recruit and retain the best talent,”
Source: Building Indiana Business