Bob Sharpless, GE CEO Geoff Culbert, Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk and Maha Sinnathamby at the opening of the new GE headquarters in Springfield.
Bob Sharpless, GE CEO Geoff Culbert, Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk and Maha Sinnathamby at the opening of the new GE headquarters in Springfield. Rob Williams

Premier opens new GE headquarters at Springfield

PREMIER Annastacia Palaszczuk has opened GE Australia's new state headquarters at Springfield this morning.

The $72 million energy-efficient building will bring together 480 of the company's 750 Queensland staff, with room for 700 more.

GE Australia CEO Geoff Culbert said it was a significant investment in GE'S Queensland operations.

"We're excited to bring our businesses together in Springfield, and are proud of the facilities we have created here," Mr Culbert said.



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