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Banking KPMG Fort Worth moves to Wells Fargo tower

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KPMG, an audit, tax and advisory services firm, has expanded its Fort Worth office and moved from the 9th to the 22nd floor in the Wells Fargo Tower, 201 Main St.

The firm’s new 22,000 square-foot office space was designed in keeping with the standards of sustainability in construction, the company said in a news release.

The office adapted the KPMG Workplace of the Future concept which incorporates a mix of team, meeting and individual work spaces. In essence, there will be more areas to collaborate, and the various work spaces have been designed to support an agile and mobile workforce, KPMG said.

“We’re committed to providing world-class service, solutions and leadership to our clients and the communities in which we live and work,” said John Flack, KPMG’s Fort Worth office managing partner. “Moving to a new office space in Fort Worth will allow us to expand our services to the region and hire diverse and local talent to assist our valued clients in Fort Worth and surrounding areas.”

KPMG invested more than $3 million in the new office space, which includes leasehold improvements, furniture and equipment, the company said.

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