Ryan Companies broke ground Wednesday on a 271,000-square-foot, two-story twinned office complex at the Chaparral Commerce Center, which will serve as McKesson Corporation‘s regional headquarters.

Upon completion in 2017, the new building will be home to McKesson’s existing Scottsdale-based workforce of more than 1,400, with room to accommodate nearly 2,200 total jobs over the next five years.

McKesson Corporation is a healthcare services and information technology company, currently ranked No. 5 on the Fortune 500.

“As part of our ongoing commitment to being a great place to work, we’re excited to offer our Scottsdale team a new, modern, state-of-the art work space,” said Nick Loporcaro, president of McKesson Specialty Health. “Our new location and enhanced facility will help us continue to grow our business in Scottsdale, while attracting and retaining strong talent in the region.”

Located in the heart of Scottsdale’s Tech Corridor, McKesson selected the location because of the company’s focus on employee satisfaction. The offices have easy access to the freeway, an abundance of covered parking and space specifically designed with amenities like an on-campus cafeteria, gym facilities and outdoor space for staff enjoyment and well being.

The site is located on the Salt River Indian Community on a ground-lease controlled by Salt River Devco, an enterprise of the Indian Community.

“Devco was fortunate to partner with Ryan Companies to host McKesson on this site,” said Vince Lujan, CEO at Salt River Devco.

Ryan Companies is providing development, construction and financing services for the project and will own the single-tenant office building once completed.

“Ryan Companies is thrilled to be partnering with such a long-time member of the Arizona corporate family to build this extraordinary campus,” said Molly Ryan Carson, vice president of development for the Southwest Region.

The new facility will feature Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design for Commercial Interiors (LEED-CI) certification and will also be constructed according to WELL Building Standards, an evidence-based system focused on building features that impact health and well being.

The standard takes into account seven factors—air, water, nutrition, light, fitness, comfort, and mind—all of which are based on medical research concerning how environments affect human health.

The Arizona Commerce Authority provided site selection assistance and worked closely with McKesson officials over a period of months.

“McKesson has been a valued employer in Arizona’s technology and professional services sector for many years, and we could not be more excited to support the company’s continued growth and success,” said Sandra Watson, Arizona Commerce Authority President and CEO.

McKesson’s new location is located in the growing tech hub in the Scottsdale region, and is just one of the major companies and new developments on Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community Land.

“The Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community commends McKesson for its selection to build its corporate regional headquarters on the Community’s western corridor. We feel the selection provides the essential location for the McKesson team,” said Delbert Ray, Sr., president of Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community.