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No thinking small at Qualcomm

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The first of two buildings on Pacific Heights Road topped off, Qulacomm forges ahead on the campus expansion on the old employee parking lot, just north. During another year the San Diego innovation enterprise opens up possibilities for improving worker user experiences with wireless devices, Morley Construction workers driving shovels excavate the parking lot range (see the slideshow). Rough pieces of the black asphalt layed in a spot in the middle on the flat dirt ground Friday afternoon. Construction work continues to thrive in Qualcomm City in Mira Mesa. San Diego's return to an opportunity filled open jobs market will build up as gains get made in the workplace floors stock.

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Up the street, near the Mira Mesa Boulevard corner, CBRE plans to build and open a five story Pacific Corporate Center.

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To read more about the campus expansion construction, read Saturday's City Scene Chronicles article
Qualcomm work spreading out Pacific Heights campus



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