Space in front at Qualcomm Inc. on Pacific Heights Road, on Friday, still turning into company commons, anchored a new wall of window faces on the innovation operations heights. Morely Construction workers hammered out the walls, squaring out the five story and a top floor building. Moving ahead on a work line towards a 2014 finish.
Building up the building collection in the Qualcomm enterprise city in Mira Mesa leads recovery construction work. The building foundation Morley put in during Spring last year sets up the Pacific Heights growth for an increase in the largest company workfold in San Diego. There is no time for penny wise expansion work with the next big wave of innovation coming in mobile technology.
Company head Paul Jacobs stays busy, with the CES 2014 conference work on the inventions made possible by 4G LTE Advanced at hand in Las Vegas, and plans fast market launches. Customer offers in mobile, the "largest tech product in history" Qualcomm says, have to move ahead, without delay. Mobile is "creating unprecedented opportunities."
Ultra HD processors workers using mobile can depend on to view ultra HD displays for the first time, make the planning work thrive. Company growth will not leave out San Diego workers who never leave mobile innovation work undone. Smartphones and tablets still play key roles in workplace innovation. The worker enterprise has not reached its limits. Low power video playback. One gigapixel per second image processing. Low light condition picture features. Innovation step keep coming.
Pacific Heights company growth is high pressure growth. Even the day Morley workers finish outfitting the office spaces company employees will quit their days in will not put Qualcomm growth in the past.
San DIegans can already forget about the old company parking lot near Pacific Heights Road and Pacific Center Boulevard intersection. The large parking structure Morley built in back made room to clear out the front parking and start another building project. Excavated dirt stays rough on the lot. Work done by Morley on the second company addition mounts. The digging machines keep rolling across the dirt.
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