Tech giant Google has an eye on Nebraska for its 2019 expansion plans.
The company is also doubling its workforce in Virginia, providing greater access to Washington, D.C., with a new office and more data center space, and expanding its NY campus at Hudson Square.
Google will continue to expand its presence in Chicago and Washington, and the company's workforce would double in Virginia and Georgia, according to the blog post. It didn't say how many permanent jobs it would offer, but CEO Sundar Pichai expected "more than 10,000" construction jobs in Nebraska, Nevada, Ohio, Texas, Oklahoma, South Carolina and Virginia.
Alphabet Inc's Google said on Wednesday it would spend more than $13 billion on data centers and offices in the United States this year.
In the blog post, Pichai stated, "Today we're announcing over $13 billion in investments throughout 2019 in data centers and offices across the USA, with major expansions in 14 states".
The tech giant announced on Wednesday that it plans to spend more than $13 billion in data centers and offices across the US, including major expansions in 14 states. Today's announcement from Google underscores that reputation and will bring great opportunities for Nebraskans.