Construction of the first phase of the new 290-acre south Kansas City Cerner campus continues. To be called Innovations, the campus will be dedicated to engineers and is designed to have a tech company feel. The two buildings of the first phase are expected to open in 2017. When all 10 buildings are complete, it is expected to house 16,000 employees.
Construction of the first phase of the new 290-acre south Kansas City Cerner campus continues. To be called Innovations, the campus will be dedicated to engineers and is designed to have a tech company feel. The two buildings of the first phase are expected to open in 2017. When all 10 buildings are complete, it is expected to house 16,000 employees. Jill Toyoshiba jtoyoshiba@kcstar.com
Construction of the first phase of the new 290-acre south Kansas City Cerner campus continues. To be called Innovations, the campus will be dedicated to engineers and is designed to have a tech company feel. The two buildings of the first phase are expected to open in 2017. When all 10 buildings are complete, it is expected to house 16,000 employees. Jill Toyoshiba jtoyoshiba@kcstar.com

Cerner offers a glimpse of new south KC campus, unveils its new name

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