Powerhouse corporation Johnson & Johnson announced Wednesday that it will be expanding its reach in the Lake Nona community with the construction of a new, 35,100-square foot research and training facility and global headquarters.
“At the Johnson & Johnson Human Performance Institute, we are passionate about our mission to enable individuals to identify their purpose and sustain peak performance. With this investment, we are accelerating our ability to impact human wellbeing globally,” said Lowinn Kibbey, Global Head of Johnson & Johnson Human Performance Institute. “In creating this world-class training environment, right in the heart of a vibrant community for medical care, research and education, the new facility will anchor our efforts to help individuals and organizations unleash their potential and their capacity for peak performance and wellbeing.”
The $18 million state-of-the-art campus will be located in Lake Nona Medical City, and will house the Human Performance Institute’s multidisciplinary training center and serve as the global hub for continuing research and development into science-based approaches to improve human energy capacity for performance, resilience and leadership.
Construction will be completed by the end of 2018.
This new training and research based facility will serve as the global flagship for the Human Performance Institute, allowing for an expansion of innovation and wellness based concepts, with of course the Johnson & Johnson commit to human-centered design, and general welfare.
Not only will this facility further advance Johnson & Johnson’s wellness initiatives, it will also include a relaunch of their online portal at www.jjhpi.com to provide users with the latest practical insights, case studies and research on expanding energy capacity and improving personal performance.
“For more than 30 years, the Human Performance Institute has been a pioneer in proven, sustainable behavior change science, working with professional athletes, military Special Forces and Fortune 500 CEOs in the field of high performance and energy management. Human Performance Institute programs are grounded in the sciences of performance psychology, exercise physiology and nutrition to deliver proven sustainable behavior change and help individuals become physically energized, emotionally connected, mentally focused and fully engaged for real results” as expressed in the press release by Johnson & Johnson.