Plexus Worldwide names Scottsdale Pima Center as national HQ

A graphic rendering of Plexus Worldwide headquarters in Scottsdale. (Submitted graphic)

A graphic rendering of Plexus Worldwide headquarters in Scottsdale. (Submitted graphic)

Plexus Worldwide has announced it will break ground on a 70,000-square-foot national headquarters office building at the MainSpring Capital project at Pima Center in Scottsdale noon Monday, March 30.

Plexus Worldwide is a leading direct-marketing, weight-loss and health-supplement seller that was recently named No. 8 on the 2014 Inc. 5000 list of fastest growing companies, according to a press release.

The company recently moved its warehouse operations to space it recently leased and occupied within an existing MainSpring Capital project at Pima Center, which is adjacent to the new site, the release states.

At completion, Plexus Worldwide will have just more than 100,000 square feet between the adjacent facilities.

In addition, Plexus has several facilities in and around the Scottsdale Airpark, all of which it has outgrown due its astronomical growth from less than $1 million in annual revenue four years ago to more than $300 Million in 2014, the release states.

“Building our new headquarters adjacent to our warehouse facility allows us to create a functional campus where we can truly get the most out of each building design while increasing the coordination between our talented employee teams which currently work in various locations around Scottsdale,”  said Plexus Worldwide CEO Tarl Robinson.

“Pima Center and the team at MainSpring Capital allowed us the flexibility to work with our own design build team while providing valuable assistance in working within the local jurisdiction to make this project happen. We looked at a lot of alternatives and the Pima Center/ Mainspring option clearly stood tallest.”

Plexus Worldwide has more than 200 employees in Arizona and more than 220,000 associates, which it calls “Ambassadors,” across the United States, the release states.

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