The company will begin to implement an infrastructure for Florence that includes bringing on a project manager. Contributed image
Innovation Pavilion (IP) has teamed with Pinal County and the Town of Florence to develop a mixed-use innovation campus in Florence.
IP helps to develop niche entrepreneurial communities by creating campuses in suburban cities across the U.S.
“Pinal County looks forward to watching Innovation Pavilion grow and develop,” Pinal County Manager Greg Stanley said in a press release. “We thank the town for allowing us to partner in this exciting development.”
According to IP, the company will begin to implement an infrastructure for Florence that includes bringing on a project manager for pre-development coordination efforts.
"This agreement is the latest victory in Innovation Pavilion's grand vision of developing innovation campuses and entrepreneurial hubs in suburban cities across the United States,” IP founder and CEO Vic Ahmed said in a statement.
The Florence and Pinal County engagement comes on the heels of a similar announcement relating to the city of Joliet, Illinois.
“IP is most excited at this opportunity of working with the progressive political and administrative leadership of Florence who are on the path of building the city of the future,” Ahmed said in the press release.