Comcast Corp. broke ground Tuesday on a new $12 million technical-operations center in Natomas, Calif.
The MSO said the new 64,000-square-foot service and support center will replace its current operations building in the same city and house more than 550 employees.
“Approximately 300 jobs are being generated to build the facility today, and 175 new Comcast positions will be created when the building opens in June 2006," Comcast area vice president Dan McCarty said in a prepared statement.
“Primarily, we will be hiring front-line technicians to support our video and high-speed-Internet business and to help us launch Comcast Digital Voice throughout the Sacramento area in 2006,” he added.
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