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KPMG Starts Construction On Orlando Training Center The Size Of Buckingham Palace

Slideshow: KPMG starts work today on a training facility the size of Buckingham Palace in Orlando.

Construction on a training facility the size of Buckingham Palace begins Monday in Orlando.

KPMGis a tax and audit consulting firm, considered one of the big players alongside Deloitte. The company landed $3.8 million in tax breaks to come to Florida.

In return, the company plans to bring 88 high-paying jobs to Lake Nona, and 48,000 company workers for training every year. The building will cost $430 million dollars to build, and is expected to be open for business in late 2019.

Central Florida is becoming a bit of a hub for consulting companies like KPMG. Deloitte recently brought 1,000 jobs to the Lake Mary area. See below for a list of building stats from KPMG:

  • 55-acre campus will be built in 14-square-mile community of Lake Nona in the City of Orlando
  • Expected to be completed in late 2019
  • Meeting and learning spaces with flexibility to accommodate 1,000 attendees A KPMG museum that will showcase KPMG’s heritage, values and purpose-led culture
  • An Innovation Center, designed for team creativity and collaboration as well as client interaction
  • The facility will feature 800 single-occupancy rooms
  • Multiple dining options: casual eating, coffee and wine bar and pub-like venue
  • Recreational amenities including a fitness facility, hiking and biking paths, a softball field and a volleyball course

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