KPMG, one of the world's leading professional service firms, has entrusted DPR on its 767,000 sq.-ft. learning, development, and innovation campus located within Orlando's Lake Nona Sports & Performance district. The state-of-the-art complex set to open in late 2019, will feature 800 guest rooms, fitness and outdoor recreational facilities, multiple food and beverage venues, as well as learning, classroom, and innovation spaces spread across 55 acres. The campus also will boast a heritage center to highlight KPMG’s rich history and culture.
DPR's broad experience and cutting-edge approach to corporate office, campus and hospitality projects attributed to KPMG's selection process. Additionally, DPR has collaborated on nearly 500 projects with Gensler, KPMG’s design firm for the campus.
“We’re so pleased and excited that we earned the trust of KPMG to deliver this state-of-the-art complex, said Scott Lyons, DPR Orlando business leader. "Like KPMG, DPR is committed to continuous learning and development, and we’re looking forward to applying our technical know-how, experience, and innovative techniques to deliver exceptional results.”
DPR is extremely familiar with the Lake Nona community and its master developer, Tavistock Group, having served as contractor for a number of projects in the area, including the recently completed United States Tennis Association National Campus.
The DPR team is responsible for all construction and work-site management, including a commitment to deliver the project on schedule and within budget.
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