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Team Corona Process
As part of the business retention program, City staff conducts two types of Business Visitations with Corona companies, “sector visits” and “in-depth visits”. Establishing relationships is paramount when it comes to keeping our business community engaged with Team Corona.
• Sector visits are several visits within a pre-determined area in a condensed time-period
• In-depth visit is an appointment-based visit with key business personnel, where a minimum of a half-hour is spent learning about the company and touring the facility
When the rest of the region is in double digit vacancy rates in industrial, the city of Corona has been able to maintain 7.50%. Team Corona has tenured relationships with the brokerage community and works well when companies are growing.
Some notable retention projects:
, a pioneer in sublimation printing, design, and transferring expanded twice in the last five years. Team Corona replaced a third party consulting firm to finalize their first move and streamlined the approach of the second expansion. AVID Ink is growing in a down economy and occupies more than 100,000 square feet with more than 300 employees.
Combustion Associates Inc. (CAI),
an engineering and manufacturing firm that offers a wide array of both skid-mounted and stationary packaged combustion and Industrial Gas Turbine Power Generation Systems, with multiple fuel capabilities such as: Landfill Methane Gas, Natural Gas and Diesel Oil.
, one of the top generic drug manufacturers in the world have partnered with Team Corona for several years. Watson is continuously improving their plant to meet federal mandates or to land new accounts. With tight timelines, Team Corona and Watson have developed an approach where the teams meet quarterly looking to possible future projects so things run more smoothly and on time. Watson has more than 1 million square feet with approximately 1100 employees.
was looking to grow and had several offers to relocate. Team Corona worked hard to search out sites as well as worked with their team to facilitate Team Corona meetings to discuss streamlined approaches to the permitting process. A building that met their needs was found and they were assigned a single point of contact as they needed. Hansen is currently in a building approximately 350,000 square feet and continues to grow with new distribution channels.
purchased land years ago and has been growing in Corona. When they were ready to expand their call center, Team Corona was able to provide the necessary guidance through the permitting process as well as organize meetings with outside agencies. Kaiser has expanded the call center, developed a new medical office building and constructed a parking structure since 2002.
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