Grand Opening New Sequence Health Facility On County Road 222

by | Feb 1, 2018 | Business, County News, Cullman

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Grand Opening New Sequence Health Facility On County Road 222

The official grand opening and ribbon cutting for Cullman’s newest, large-scale business endeavor took place at 1:30 pm Wednesday.

The enterprise in question is Sequence Health.

This firm is now the occupant of a brand new, 15,000 square foot facility across from Topre in Industrial Park III at 1535 County Road 222.

Their building houses a cutting-edge medical call center and administrative offices for what Sequence CEO John Richmond calls ‘a major milestone for our company’.

Sequence Health’s long-term vision is to create the best boutique medical call center in the country.

In October of 2016, Richmond came to Wallace State Community College to announce his firm had agreed to relocate its Atlanta-based call center in Cullman.

The plan was to erect a new facility – built-from-the-ground-up – spanning approximately 15,000 square feet. At the time, Richmond said he expected Sequence to employ over 128 employees within the next five years:

The promise was fulfilled Wednesday.

CEO Richmond explains the process in great detail here:

Wallace State Community College President Dr. Vicki Karlowics was instrumental in providing temporary office space and staffing inside the Bailey Building on campus as the new construction progressed and the occupancy completed.

Dr. Karolewics provides a fascinating and humorous perspective on what occurred from the time of Sequence Health’s original announcement to today’s grand opening:

After the October 2016 announcement, Sequence Health began moving it’s call center out of Atlanta to Wallace State.

As Dale Greer the Director of the Cullman Economic Development Agency said during the grand opening, it required many entities, organizations and people coming together statewide to transition the Sequence Health incubation period into grounded, tangible reality.

No person on the state level was more vital in ensuring the success of this project than Kenneth Boswell, Director of the Alabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs (ADECA):

Boswell was one of many dignitaries, elected officials, business titans, and civic leaders present at the grand opening:

• Jennifer Taylor – Congressman Robert Aderholt’s Office
• April Gray – Alabama Department of Commerce

• Joseph Birchfield – TVA
• Lauren Vandiver – TVA

• Garry Marchman – Cullman County Commission

• Woody Jacobs – City of Cullman
• Johnny Cook – City of Cullman
• Jenny Folsom – City of Cullman

• Mark Bussman – Cullman City Industrial Board
• Barry McGriff – Cullman City Industrial Board
• Tim Culpepper – Cullman City Industrial Board
• Raymond Williams – Cullman County Industrial Association

• Brian Lacey – Cullman Electric Cooperative

• Brian Poole – Cullman Chamber
• Susan Copeland – Cullman Chamber
• Sammie Danford – Cullman Chamber
• Ben Harrison – Cullman Chamber
• Peggy Smith – Cullman Chamber

• Jamie Troutman – Cullman Economic Development Agency
• Susan Eller – Cullman Economic Development Agency

• Cherrie Haney – Cullman County Economic Development
• Ashley Graves – Cullman County Economic Development

General Contractor Mike Brown of Fite Building Company built this new facility and attended the opening event as well.

Also present were many Sequence Health employees – from both the Atlanta area and Cullman area – including Call Center Director Shedrick Hunter.

Curious about Sequence Health including employment opportunities? See:

Grand Opening New Sequence Health Facility On County Road 222

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Grand Opening New Sequence Health Facility On County Road 222

Timothy Collins

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