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Steve Smurthwaite

Vice President, Partner Management Internal Requirements

Gateway Inc

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Gateway Inc

3751 Fraser St

Aurora, Colorado, 80011

United States

Company Description

Gateway, which operates sales and technical support centers on four continents and ships products from manufacturing facilities in the United States, Malaysia and Ireland, focuses on providing complete technology solutions to our customers, whether they are in...more

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Internal Requirements


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United Way of San Diego County

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United Way of San Diego County

STEPHEN K. SMURTHWAITEVice President of Internal RequirementsGateway, Inc.


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STEPHEN K. SMURTHWAITEAt-large Member


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STEPHEN K. SMURTHWAITEAt-large Member


American News | 12/17/2003 | Gateway consolidates five-building campus

The move, which will take place by the middle of next year, will improve communications and costs, said Steve Smurthwaite, vice president of facilities.Planning and engineering is under way to move the remaining 1,600 to 1,700 employees into the building, Smurthwaite said.The two fully vacated buildings will be either leased or sold, he said.


Sioux City Journal: Gateway will consolidate workers into single building

Steve Smurthwaite, vice president of facilities, announced Monday that the remaining office workers will all be moved into single building by the middle of next year.The manufacturing plant will remain where it is.The two fully vacated buildings will be either leased or sold, he said.The last few years' cutbacks have left about 40 percent of the office space vacant in random pockets, Smurthwaite said.Smurthwaite said planning and engineering is under way to move the remaining 1,600 to 1,700 office workers into the Argentina building, the southernmost on campus.Argentina, at nearly 225,000 square feet, accounts for about half the office space in the complex.It is also the newest building and has the best networking and technology infrastructure, Smurthwaite said.Closed will be the original building, named Main, which houses the Earl's Place cafeteria and IT offices.Smurthwaite said some of the things, including the sign, from Earl's Place will be moved to the Argentina building, which already has a full-service cafeteria.The offices on the second floor of the Mexico building will close, but the manufacturing plant and production offices on the ground floor will remain.The two-story Pacific building, which is all office space, will close.The office area in the two-story Peru building is already empty, Smurthwaite said.But the ground floor warehouse and receiving area will remain in use."We wouldn't vacate any of the current office space until February or March," Smurthwaite said."We'll be moving functions and people through the end of the second quarter once we get started.It will take several weeks."Smurthwaite said Gateway has not yet contacted a leasing or sales agent, so he could not speak to which of the two vacated buildings might be leased and which sold.He said as the buildings are decommissioned, they will probably be "debranded" as well, with Gateway's signature cow spots painted over.


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