Monday, August 6, 2012
Piedmont Triad Research Park -- A Whole New Future
Those are some of the terms being used in reaction to Inmar Inc.'s decision to move its headquarters into Piedmont Triad Research Park and relocate the bulk of its workforce to downtown Winston-Salem.
Winston-Salem business leaders called the move a major happening in a project that has been touted to be a key driver of the new Forsyth County economy.
Inmar said Tuesday that the company was moving more than 915 present and projected jobs to two vacant former R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. processing plants.
When Inmar moves into the renovated buildings in December 2013, it will become by far the park's largest tenant, potentially boosting the park's combined workforce to more than 2,300. Read more.