Jacobs Engineering Group | Business Facilities - Area Economic Development, Site Selection & Workforce Solutions

The move from California to Dallas will result in more than 100 jobs and $4M in capital investment, with help from a $1.3M Texas Enterprise Fund grant.


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The move from California to Dallas will result in more than 100 jobs and $4M in capital investment, with help from a $1.3M Texas Enterprise Fund grant.

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Jacobs Engineering Group Relocates Global HQ To Texas

The move from California to Dallas will result in more than 100 jobs and $4M in capital investment, with help from a $1.3M Texas Enterprise Fund grant.

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