First Orion Selects Central Arkansas Site for Global Headquarters Development
First Orion today announced the selection of a building site in Central Arkansas for the development of its multi-story, multi-million-dollar global headquarters.
Located on the 500 block of Main St. in North Little Rock, the 60,000 sq. ft. office building will serve First Orion’s 200-person workforce and be the anchor tenant of the future Argenta Plaza. First Orion also has offices in Seattle, Dallas and London.
“Central Arkansas is an inspiring place for us to be,” said Charles D. Morgan, CEO of First Orion. “We are helping to transform the region into a prominent technology hub and we are honored to be such a big part of the Argenta Plaza. Not only is First Orion building technology, but we are also building careers.”
“As Governor, it’s exciting to see key tech players expanding throughout Arkansas,” said Asa Hutchinson, Governor of Arkansas. “It is truly the best environment for technology businesses to grow and for aspiring professionals to learn necessary skills to compete in this tech-driven economy. Through my computer science initiative, Arkansas continues to grow a young talent base of future programmers, data scientists, computer engineers and endless possibilities. I expect First Orion will become even more involved in our state’s emerging tech community in the future.”
“The spirit of innovation is alive in North Little Rock and First Orion embodies our technological drive and ingenuity,” said Joe Smith, Mayor of North Little Rock. “We believe the Argenta Plaza will be a community where big, brave ideas are given the chance to grow unfettered. First Orion is a shining example of our state’s best and brightest creating technologies that make the world a better place.”
First Orion is actively recruiting new employees for positions in software development, analytics and customer management. First Orion collectively employs over 100 people in management, marketing administration and tech-related jobs with plans to double entering into the new offices.