Deutsche Bank spokeswoman Jill Dutton said the company was not prepared to make a formal announcement about the command center until later in the quarter.
“We are still in the early design and planning process,” said Dutton, site head of marketing and communications for the Jacksonville service center.
Plans show a proposed $420,000 build-out in Building 100 at 5022 Gate Parkway, where Deutsche Bank has its more than 150,000-square-foot operations and service center, employing more than 1,000 people.
Gilbane Building Co. of Dacula, Ga., is shown as the contractor. The property owner is Taurus Southern Investments LLC. ASD Inc. is the architect.
Plans show a larger room with tables lined up and angled, facing projection screens, as well as an information security room, a “crisis meeting room,” and other meeting areas and offices.
According to the db.com website, Global Technology is the bank’s information technology and infrastructure organization with three divisions.
It says Global Technology provides the technology services and solutions that enable Deutsche Bank to support the bank´s clients and more than 100,000 employees across 3,000 locations globally.
“GT makes sure that the phones work, emails are delivered and PCs run but we also develop collaboration platforms and workspaces that help our people share knowledge, expertise and their passion for our business,” says the db.com site.
“Developments in technology are changing the way we communicate, work and even think and we are constantly looking ahead for those trends that can reshape our business and deliver value for our clients while still meeting the demands of customers, regulators and the markets,” it says.
Deutsche Bank intends to renovate almost 9,000 square feet of office space at its Gate Parkway campus into what plans show as the GT Command Center, indicating a Global Technology command center.