Blackbaud to build new global headquarters in South Carolina

WCN Editorial Team 20 May 2016 NORTH AMERICA BUILDINGS

US-based Blackbaud has unveiled plans to construct a new global headquarters on Daniel Island in Berkeley, South Carolina.

The $150M project, to be built by Holder Properties, will include a 33,000sq m eco-friendly campus and is expected to create 300 additional jobs over the next five years.

Construction work on the project will commence in late 2016 and is anticipated to be complete in two phases. Phase one of the new campus is expected to be complete by 2018.

South Carolina governor Nikki Haley said: “Since 1989, Blackbaud has been a terrific member of the South Carolina family, and this new expansion speaks to the company’s commitment to our state and its people.

“The 300 new jobs created by this initiative are a milestone, not only for our Lowcountry community, but also for our state as a whole.”

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