(Ping! Zine Web Tech Magazine) – Go Daddy on Tuesday announced the start of construction for its new center located in Tempe Arizona, just about 15 minutes outside company headquarters.
Upon completion, the facility will account for 150 thousand square feet.
“This location in the heart of the ASU Research Park is a sweet spot; it’s in the hub of the state’s technology corridor and gives us the space we need for the years ahead,” commented company CEO Blake Irving via a press release.
To kick off things, Arizona Governor Jan Brewer joined the CEO who both cemented their footprints at the site – something that Go Daddy says represents “the tech giant’s “expanding footprint” in the valley and around the world.”
300 new jobs could be provided once the facility is up and running. It will provide for things like customer care, developers and engineers.