TALLAHASSEE, Fla.- The $4 billion Southeast Corporate will move into a new headquarters building next year in an effort to keep up with its growth. Southeast Corporate CEO Bill Birdwell said expanded product lines, new technologies, and additional staff added in recent years have put a strain on facility space. “We’ve always known that, sooner or later, `growing pains’ would cause Southeast to look for space beyond our current headquarters,” said Birdwell. “Currently we are using every inch of our Tallahassee facility and have leased additional office space nearby. But this is a good challenge for us – our growth says that members have confidence in the job we are doing and the products we provide.” The corporate has decided to build a new 30,000 square foot facility in Tallahassee, the city the corporate has called home since 1976. “We looked at several options; and, after a great deal of study, building our own facility was the right choice,” said Birdwell. Groundbreaking for the new building is planned for Sept. 27, 2005.

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