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Johnson & Johnson Human Performance Institute to Build $18M Facility in Lake Nona Medical City | DiversityInc

Construction of state-of-the-art, 35,100-square foot research and training facility expands commitment in Florida. 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. For more information about Johnson & Johnson Human Performance Institute, visit http://www.jjhpi.com | follow on LinkedIn.

The Johnson & Johnson Human Performance Institute has announced it is expanding its footprint in the Lake Nona community in Orlando, Florida with the construction of its new global headquarters. The $18 million state-of-the-art campus, located in Lake Nona Medical City, 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 the year.

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