May 13, 2015
doTERRA continues to expand its corporate headquarters by opening a new Product Center and creating hundreds of new jobs.
If you travel though Utah County, you’ll notice a number of new, state-of-the-art buildings in Pleasant Grove. This beautiful campus is home to doTERRA, the international, leading essential oils company.
The newest building is the company’s state-of-the-art Product Center, which fulfills over 30,000 essential oil orders every month and, with the new warehouse and additional office building, nearly doubles the size of doTERRA’s corporate headquarters, which now includes 383,000 square feet.
doTERRA worked with Jacobsen Construction and VCBO, a world renowned architectural firm, to create the award winning campus. Together, the companies designed and built a new Product Center that not only fulfills orders for independent product consultants that sell doTERRA products in their local communities, but features innovative design and construction with increased efficiency.
"I am very pleased with the way the building turned out," states Dave Stirling, doTERRA Founding Executive, CEO & President. "It was a big job and a lot of great minds came together to create a beautiful and highly functional space. VCBO and Jacobsen have teamed well together and we’re pleased to partner with them on this project."
"The new Product Center is gorgeous," states Utah Wellness Advocate, Bethany Weight. "It is a very inviting space, where I have met some great people that have shared their knowledge on new ways of using essential oils to promote wellness. And the best part? They have a fun playroom for my children, so my kids stay entertained while I pick up my orders. This makes it so much easier when I need to visit the Product Center."
Both Jacobsen and VCBO previously received awards for Phase I of this project. VCBO was awarded the Most Outstanding Project award in the Commercial/Office category from Utah Construction and Design magazine. Jacobsen received The Associated General Contractors Best Corporate Project prize for the State of Utah.
Mark Ringger, Director of Human Resources for doTERRA, oversaw the project and states, "The architecture, design, and engineering of these buildings is outstanding. We are thrilled to have all of our departments together at one location. This allows us to collaborate, work together, and increase productivity across multiple departments, and also allows us to continually build great relationships between departments." Visitors and media interested in touring the buildings located in Pleasant Grove, Utah, can request a tour of the facility.