Metagenics relocates headquarters to Aliso Viejo, Calif.

Metagenics relocates headquarters to Aliso Viejo, Calif.

LEED-certified facility provides future space to accommodate the company’s growth trend and goals.

Metagenics Inc., a nutrigenomics and lifestyle medicine company dedicated to helping people live happier, healthier lives by realizing their genetic potential, announced the relocation of its corporate and Americas region headquarters from San Clemente, Calif., to Aliso Viejo, Calif. The modern, efficiently designed, LEED-certified facility not only supports Metagenics’ healthy lifestyle vision and mission, but also provides future space to accommodate the company’s growth trend and goals. Metagenics will be relocating to its new headquarters beginning August 20.

“This move represents the right choice for us at a time when we’re making plans for the next phase of growth,” said Fred Howard, CEO of Metagenics. “The new facility accommodates our growing employee base, enabling us to better serve the needs of our customers. Additionally, it provides an ideal environment that represents the healthy balance we strive for in our professional and personal lives.”

The facility, located at 25 Enterprise Parkway, is staged to accommodate the company’s current office space with room for future growth. The building is certified for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) for more efficient use of resources, which often also provides a healthier work environment.

“We saw an enormous amount of opportunity in this decision,” commented Willy Pardiñas, senior vice president and general manager of Metagenics’ Americas region. “This facility provides an inspiring and energizing atmosphere that further supports our company’s mission to living healthier lifestyles.”

Metagenics will maintain its corporate headquarters in Aliso Viejo, Calif.; R&D headquarters in Gig Harbor, Wash.; and operating subsidiaries in Brussels, Belgium, and Brisbane, Australia.

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