Deloitte Strengthens Its Commitment to Huntsville Region With New Office has been saved
Deloitte Strengthens Its Commitment to Huntsville Region With New Office
Nearly 10,000 square-foot facility highlights Deloitte’s contributions to Huntsville region’s economic growth
WASHINGTON, Dec 8., 2021 — Deloitte formally opened a new office in Huntsville yesterday to reinforce its commitment to the region, sustain its deep connections to the local community and facilitate future economic growth. Michael Canning, principal, Deloitte Consulting LLP and Deloitte’s government and public services leader, attended yesterday’s events at 3414 Governor’s Drive SW, Huntsville.
The new office at Stovehouse replaces Deloitte’s office at 1500 Perimeter Parkway, which has been open since 2013. Stovehouse, built on the bones of the century-old Martin Stove Factory, is considered one of Huntsville’s premier destinations for both work and leisure activities.
As part of its new office opening, Deloitte held a roundtable discussion with business and government leaders from the Huntsville region, along with a ceremony to mark the 80th Anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor.
“We’re proud to debut our new office and renew our strong relationship with Huntsville and Northern Alabama,” said Carey Miller, managing director, Deloitte & Touche LLP. “On behalf of Deloitte’s entire Huntsville team, I want to extend our gratitude to the local community for the great spirit of collaboration we share.”
Since opening its original office in Huntsville eight years ago, Deloitte has made significant contributions to help strengthen the Huntsville region and its economy. Deloitte’s local workforce includes nearly 150 Huntsville-based professionals. It has also made important investments in local higher education institutions, like the Alabama School of Cyber Technology and Engineering, to not only inspire and train America’s next generation of cybersecurity and engineering professionals, but also to close the talent gap and help build a diverse cybersecurity workforce in Alabama and across the country.
Deloitte, whose personnel work with every major Redstone Command, is committed to enriching the Huntsville community, making a meaningful impact and providing lasting value through local partnerships. Earlier this year, Deloitte partnered with the Huntsville Madison Chamber of Commerce to deliver the “U.S. Defense Industrial Base (DIB)” study to advance diversity, equity and inclusion within the defense sector.
“We are proud to support the Huntsville region, which plays a critical role in our nation’s defense, aerospace, information technology and advanced manufacturing industries,” Canning said. “It’s an honor to join our local Deloitte team and the Huntsville community to celebrate our renewed investment in Northern Alabama.”
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