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Wesgroup and KPMG celebrate new home

An artist rendering of the new KPMG building at 8506 200 St.  - submitted picture
An artist rendering of the new KPMG building at 8506 200 St.
— image credit: submitted picture

Tomorrow afternoon (Oct. 19), KPMG will be celebrating the opening of their new office at Wesgroup’s Gateway Professional campus.

KPMG, which provides audit, tax, and advisory services, is the first of three commercial buildings in the new Gateway Professional Campus, at 8506 200 St.

The other buildings are  expected to be completed in the fall of 2013.

The building design and campus plan of KPMG’s new location highlights Wesgroup’s strong standard for architectural detail and public realm design.

“We continue to see great potential in the Fraser Valley and particularly in the Langley and Surrey area,” said Guyle Tippe, partner and KPMG enterprise business leader in Greater Vancouver.

“Our new Langley office compliments our five existing locations in Greater Vancouver,  including our Abbotsford and Chilliwack offices, and will provide an ideal platform for us to serve our clients throughout the Fraser Valley.”

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