Level 3 Moves to Peachtree Corners from Atlanta

ATLANTA, GA., Nov. 24, 2015  — Level 3 Communications (NYSE: LVLT), a leading global telecommunications provider, has moved one of its core locations to Peachtree Corners’ Technology Park in Gwinnett County, Georgia. As part of the move, Level 3 is relocating its more than 350 existing full-time local employees to the new state-of-the-art facility.

Key Facts:

  • Level 3 has purchased a 39,000 square foot building on four acres in Gwinnett County to serve as a core operations and sales location
  • The state-of-the-art operations facility consolidates Level 3’s local employees in one location and serves as a core location for the company
  • As a premier global provider, Level 3 supports the communications needs of enterprise, government and carrier customers in 500 markets spanning three continents and more than 60 countries

Jorge Magana, Level 3’s vice president of global operations, said he decided to move employees and buy the building because the area is a “cornerstone of growth” for the company. The regional sales head will be in Peachtree Corners, as will the global network operations center. The building, he said, has plenty of room to expand.

In Atlanta, Level 3 was leasing and was running out of space. In Peachtree Corners, they’ll own. Some employees will stay downtown, but for the most part, the workforce will be in Gwinnett County.

About Level 3 Communications
Level 3 Communications, Inc. (NYSE: LVLT) is a Fortune 500 company that provides local, national and global communications services to enterprise, government and carrier customers. Level 3’s comprehensive portfolio of secure, managed solutions includes fiber and infrastructure solutions; IP-based voice and data communications; wide-area Ethernet services; video and content distribution; data center and cloud-based solutions. Level 3 serves customers in more than 500 markets in over 60 countries across a global services platform anchored by owned fiber networks on three continents and connected by extensive undersea facilities.

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