Miller Electric Co. and Perry-McCall Construction Inc. submitted plans for Jacksonville-based Miller Electric’s Southpoint headquarters.
The city is reviewing a permit application for Perry-McCall to renovate the 118,889-square-foot building at 6805 Southpoint Parkway for Miller Electric’s headquarters and warehouse space at a construction cost of $4.6 million.
Miller Electric will convert 65,000 square feet of the building into office space and the remainder for warehouse and fabrication uses, the permit shows.
Miller Electric CEO Henry Brown said previously the 90-year-old business expects to move the headquarters from Riverside in about a year. About 200 employees will work at the new offices.
Miller Electric will lease the building from a SunTrust real estate company, which paid almost $9 million for the property in June.
The structure was built in 1989 and used or leased by several companies, including Comcast Corp.
Miller Electric will move to the Southpoint structure from the seven buildings it now uses at 2251 Rosselle St.