The Home Depot to Expand Corporate Office at New Facility in Vancouver, WA

Home Depot corporate office coming to Vancouver, to employ 200

Big things heading to Lower Grand

The Home Depot will expand at new facility in Vancouver

Home Depot actively hiring as it constructs new corporate office in Vancouver


VANCOUVER, Wash. (October 13, 2017) – Construction is officially underway on the first phase of development at Vancouver’s newest employment center, located east of the Grand Central Shopping center on Columbia House Boulevard. Expected to be completed in June 2018, the first building will welcome the Home Depot QuoteCenter (HDQC) as an anchor tenant of the new development.

Initially launched as a startup in Vancouver, QuoteCenter is a software application used by Home Depot store associates in over 2,000 locations nationwide to facilitate large product orders to professional contractors.

The 45,000 square foot facility will serve as the national headquarters for the HDQC division and is anticipated to house 200 employees, ranging from entry-level technical support to senior engineers, analysts, user experience (UX) designers and product managers. The HDQC currently has 130 employees in Vancouver that will be consolidated at the new headquarters and is actively hiring to meet its expansion needs.

“We’re thrilled to be part of the growth in Clark County and Vancouver and the team is very much looking forward to the new, contemporary facility,” said Nate Copper, general manager of Home Depot QuoteCenter.

“We are very excited that the Home Depot QuoteCenter chose to continue calling Vancouver home for their expansion, and appreciate the collaboration of both private and public sector partners working to find the best solution to meet the needs of this company,” said Mike Bomar, president of the Columbia River Economic Development Council (CREDC). “Clark County is gaining a reputation as a compelling choice for software and technology companies like HDQC who value access to a talented workforce paired with a high quality of living.”

Located in the City of Vancouver’s Lower Grand Employment Area, the employment center is anticipated to include 300,000-400,000 square feet of commercial office and retail space over 22 acres of land at full buildout.

“The Lower Grand Employment Area is a highly visible site that sits at the gateway to both Fort Vancouver National Historic Site and the downtown core,” said Eric Holmes, city manager for the City of Vancouver. “The City has long recognized the potential impact strategic development of this area can Page 2 of 2 have for the community and we are looking forward to seeing years of dedicated work by City planning staff in collaboration with the private partners coming to fruition.”

“We are fortunate to be a part of this community and have the opportunity to collaborate with the City of Vancouver, CREDC and the dynamic team at Home Depot. We are focused on reinventing the ‘business park’ model by creating an amenity rich collection of compelling work spaces with a great connection to inviting outdoor elements,” said Lance Killian, president of Killian Pacific.

Projections anticipate the completed site will support 1,500-3,000 direct jobs with average annual wages of $69,000, with a total of 2,510-5,020 total jobs supported throughout Clark County. The estimated economic impact includes annual payroll of $144-288 million and ongoing property and sales tax revenues of $3.4-6.3 million.

About The Home Depot QuoteCenter
At QuoteCenter, we’re changing the way our colleagues at The Home Depot help their customers. Using leading-edge analytics and the latest web technologies, we’re developing sales applications from the ground up, on a greenfield platform with a reactive microservices architecture. We’re building change that’s empowering over 300,000 associates in over 2,000 stores to help millions of customers move forward.

About Killian Pacific
Killian Pacific, for over 45 years, has been committed to enhancing communities for the long-term by developing real estate projects that improve the quality of life throughout Oregon and Washington. From day one, founder George Killian understood that business for him meant doing the right thing, maintaining strong relationships, and investing in local communities for the long term. These values still guide our company to this day.