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United Rentals to Build Major Corporate Campus in Charlotte

United Rentals announced a major expansion of its operations in Charlotte, N.C., with plans to bring 150 new jobs to the city to support continued business growth for the long term.

United Rentals announced a major expansion of its operations in Charlotte, N.C., with plans to bring 150 new jobs to the city to support continued business growth for the long term. The company has completed a long-term lease for a new corporate campus in University Research Park northeast of downtown, with plans to occupy the 100,000-square-foot building mid-2020.

The United Rentals expansion will create new Charlotte-based jobs, with roles in the company’s Accounting Services, Credit & Billing, Customer Care, Inside Sales, Payroll, and Tax teams. United Rentals begins recruitment for the new roles in Charlotte starting this week. The company will also build a command center for the United Rentals Emergency Response Team in the new building.

“Charlotte has a terrific talent base that can help us support our growing business and serve our customers,” said Craig Pintoff, EVP, chief administrative and legal officer, United Rentals. “The new Charlotte campus demonstrates our commitment to providing a world-class, collaborative work environment for our employees and reflects the optimism we all share for a bright future for United Rentals.”

United Rentals will hold a hiring event at the new facility on Wednesday, October 23, from 3:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m., at 10330 David Taylor Dr. The event will feature interviews on the spot for a variety of roles. As testimony to the rich talent base in Charlotte and interest in United Rentals, the company said more than 500 RSVPs had been received for the hiring event. For more information on the hiring event, see: (https://events.indeed.com/event/25895/?from=event_status_email_client)

United Rentals said it will be recruiting for roles for its expanded Charlotte corporate campus continuously into 2020. Those interested can review openings at the company’s career site (https://jobs.unitedrentals.com/), where they can register to be notified when new roles are posted.

United Rentals new corporate campus will be located at 10330 David Taylor Drive, a short distance from its current facility in the Harris Ridge office park. The campus features a three-story office building with slightly less than 100,000 square feet of flexible office space and pad space for an additional building for future growth. The facility offers United Rentals employees modern work and collaboration areas, training rooms, spacious break rooms, outside seating, nearby greenway trails, and easy access to public transportation and major highways, all which will upgrade the employee experience over the existing facility.

United Rentals, the world’s largest equipment rental company, already operates a campus in Charlotte employing more than 300 people. That center houses functions including Credit & Billing, Customer Care, Sales Development, Finance, Human Resources, Information Technology, Inside Sales, Advanced Solutions, Purchasing, Real Estate, Strategic Sourcing/Supply Chain, and United Academy training. The company said all of its Charlotte-based employees will consolidate into the new corporate campus in 2020.

United Rentals has signed a long-term lease with Mohr Capital (www.mohrcap.com) for University Highlands, 10330 David Taylor Drive in Charlotte. Bob Mohr and Gary Horn handled the transaction on behalf of Mohr Capital, along with their JLL leasing team of Charley Leavitt, Tom Fitzgerald and Alexandra Mann. United Rentals was represented in the transaction by Ted Uzelac, Chris Armstrong and Connie Saldana with Fischer & Company in Dallas, Texas and Tripp Guin with Tripp Commercial, LLC in Charlotte.

United Rentals, based in Stamford, Conn., No. 1 on the RER 100, has 1165 branches in North America and 11 in Europe.

           

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