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KPMG Lakehouse

Originally published on KPMG.com.

Community and Careers website for KPMG’s new professional learning, development and innovation center in Orlando’s master-planned community of Lake Nona.

KPMG is proud to join the greater Orlando and Lake Nona communities with the opening of KPMG Lakehouse, a world-class learning, development and innovation center. KPMG Lakehouse is a symbol of our firm’s commitment to lifelong learning and development. It’s here that we’ll continue to nurture the spirit of innovation that’s a cornerstone of our rich culture and heritage.

KPMG Lakehouse opened in January 2020. During its first year of operation, KPMG expects to deliver more than one million hours of in-person professional development to 800 of its professionals each week.

We aspire to be a vibrant and active part of the central Florida region. While the facility is privately owned and will not be open to the public, we look forward to finding ways to connect and engage with the community, especially with regard to hiring local talent for Lake Nona-based job opportunities.

Why we built KPMG Lakehouse

Sustainability

KPMG Lakehouse was built with sustainability in mind. We are following the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) guidelines as a framework and with a goal to achieve LEED Silver certification. Our firm is committed to operating on 100% renewable energy in 2020.

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