Commonwealth Associates Moving Corporate Headquarters to Downtown Jackson
The Jackson Anchor Initiative is pleased to welcome Commonwealth Associates, Inc. to downtown Jackson. Having recently closed on the former Comerica Bank building on West Michigan Avenue, Commonwealth will soon start renovating the building to better suit their needs and relocate their headquarters.
It is such an exciting time in downtown Jackson, and the Jackson Anchor Initiative is pleased to have Commonwealth in the middle of the action. This move showcases their commitment to downtown Jackson and the Jackson Anchor Initiatives’ mission with the relocation of their office.
Commonwealth sees great opportunity for their business and employees in the downtown area. The area offers employees more options for great restaurants, shops, and other businesses so close to the new office.
“I am excited to see another Jackson business reaffirm their commitment to downtown by relocating here,” remarked Jackson Anchor Initiative CEO Scott Fleming. “It will be wonderful to have so many new faces downtown and to see even more people utilizing the wonderful assets, like restaurants, shops, businesses, and outdoor spaces each day.”
Commonwealth hires 10-15 new graduates each year for their Jackson location alone, and the company is delighted to introduce these new employees to the downtown area. Located near many downtown living options, including the recently opened THE 200, Commonwealth’s new building will provide their young engineers the option to live and work in close proximity.
ABOUT COMMONWEALTH ASSOCIATES
Commonwealth is an EC&M Magazine 2019 U.S. Top 10 engineering consulting firm committed to influencing and shaping the secure energy future. The firm serves utilities, independent power producers, government, industrial clients, and some of the world’s most prestigious educational, research, and healthcare institutions. Headquartered in Jackson, Michigan, Commonwealth has offices in Columbus, Ohio; Atlanta, Georgia; Orlando, Florida; Charlotte, North Carolina, and Spokane, Washington.