SRPMIC Projects Have Big Impact on Valley Development Landscape

Valley Partnership has announced the topic for its March 17 breakfast. This month’s panel will discuss the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community’s (SRPMIC) impact on the Valley’s development landscape.


Most recently, Ryan Companies US broke ground on a 271,000-square-foot, twinned office tower on 32 acres that will be the corporate regional headquarters for San Franciscobased McKesson. McKesson is the oldest and largest health care company in the nation, serving more than 50 percent of U.S. hospitals, 20 percent of physicians, and 96 percent of the top 25 health plans delivering a third of all medications used daily in North America. The new McKesson campus is expected to employ 2,000 workers.
“The Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community and their development organization Salt River Devco have been part of some of the Valley’s most high-profile and market impacting projects,” said Cheryl Lombard, CEO and President of Valley Partnership. “With several development projects either recently completed and opened or underway in 2017, SRPMIC is poised to have another remarkable year.”
Valley Partnership’s FMB panel will feature Suzanne Colver, SRPMIC; Jeff Robert, Salt River Devco and Mike Huaco, McKesson. Molly Carson, Ryan Companies US, will moderate.

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