Heartland headquarters planned for late 2018

August 11, 2018 by  

Construction on Heartland’s new headquarters in Oklahoma City will start late in the year.

Developers David and Andy Burnett are ready to go, and all of the plans have been approved for the $40m project. According to the Heartland president Tony Capucille, the headquarters will open in the middle of 2020 with 400 employees working at the location in various departments like development, IT, payroll, sales, executives, legal, finance, and support staff.

Currently, there are 150 employees there. The purpose of the new building, which will be seven stories high, is to accommodate 200 workers as the business evolves.

A former parking lot is the location of the planned structure. SandRidge Energy and Kerr-McGee have used it previously. Capucille disclosed that multiple amenities attracted the company to the site, but mostly transportation access. The city’s new streetcar program, easy access to the highway, and the parking garage on Fifth Street ease the commute. In addition, the site is located in Automobile Alley, where there are also various restaurants and hotels for clients to stay.

The company is the Global Payments division of payroll and payments in the United States. It opened in Edmond in 1997, and Global Payments acquired it in 2016 without moving the company.

Employees moving to a new headquarters and new hires need updated business cards in order to network and market to clients.