Camas ushers in work on 30M Fisher Investments complex

first_imgCalifornia businessman Ken Fisher and a few of his Clark County friends ushered in a new era of corporate growth Tuesday in Camas with a ceremony to mark the start of construction on a $30 million office complex.Work on the project formed both background and contrast for the event, a showcase of elected officials and business folks who praised the development while gritty steelworkers shouted and welded together the frame of the first of two five-story buildings.Fisher’s company, Fisher Investments, already operates from a Vancouver satellite office with 325 workers who will fill up the first four floors of the Camas building, a fact applauded again and again by the approximately 30 people at Tuesday’s gathering.“Often, we hear about a company or large business that might move somewhere … and it never happens. That’s not the case here,” said Randy Printz, a Vancouver land-use attorney who represented Fisher Investments in its development proposal. But it remains to be seen whether the 1,155-employee company will pull up its San Francisco Bay-area stakes and transfer lock, stock and barrel to the Camas location near the city’s western-most border.last_img

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