Report: A $38 million center is under construction on tribal land in Arizona

Sep 17, 2016, 10:02 AM
Facebook Photo of one of McKesson's buildings in Iowa. McKesson has begun construction on expansion...
Facebook Photo of one of McKesson's buildings in Iowa. McKesson has begun construction on expansion onto tribal land in Arizona.

A major expansion from a California-based company is taking place on tribal land in Arizona.

The Phoenix Business Journal reported that McKesson, which is a health care pharmacology, technology and supply vendor, has already had construction of its $38 million center started by Ryan Cos. US at Jack Rabbit Road between Pima Road and Loop 101.

The 271,000 square-foot office complex is being placed right in the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community.

The Phoenix Business Journal learned that the two new buildings will hold more than 2,000 employees.

This will be the fifth announced expansion in Arizona by the organization from San Francisco in the last five weeks.

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Report: A $38 million center is under construction on tribal land in Arizona