Insperity announces multimillion-dollar expansion at corporate headquarters in Kingwood

Insperity will soon break ground on its expansion to add a fifth building to its corporate headquarters in Kingwood.

Insperity will soon break ground on its expansion to add a fifth building to its corporate headquarters in Kingwood.

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Insperity, a human resources and business performance company, broke ground May 22 on an expansion of its corporate headquarters—located at 19001 Crescent Springs Drive, Kingwood. According to a news release, the expansion includes adding a fifth building to the headquarters, which will be a 270,000-square-foot building comprising 10 stories and a six-floor parking garage, according to the release.

An Insperity representative said via email the new building will seat 1,000, accommodating current employees while allowing room for growth. The multimillion-dollar project is expected to be complete in the fourth quarter of 2020.
By Kelly Schafler

Editor, Lake Houston | Humble | Kingwood

Kelly Schafler is the editor for the Lake Houston, Humble and Kingwood edition of Community Impact Newspaper, covering public education, city government, development, businesses, local events and all things community-related. Before she became editor, she was the reporter for the Conroe and Montgomery edition for a year and a half.



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