Press Release: Frost-Arnett Growth Prompts Expansion, Headquarter Relocation to New Facility

Upgrading Space to Spur 50% Increase for Nashville-based Workforce

Frost-Arnett today announced it is relocating its headquarters to a new Nashville address in August that more than doubles the space of its current downtown office.

Frost-Arnett, a leader in the Accounts Receivable Management for the healthcare industry, will move from its 16,000 square-foot downtown headquarters on James Robertson Parkway to a 22,000 square-foot space in the Airport-Briley Parkway corridor. The upgrade will allow the company to increase its Nashville-based workforce by more than 50%, with opportunities for more growth over the next three years.

“The new space is state-of-the-art and specifically designed for call center work. The building will supplement our two other offices in Campbellsville, Ky. and Houston, Texas—both of which have expanded over the last several years,” said Charles C. Martin Jr., chairman of the board of Frost-Arnett. “We are looking forward to bringing on even more talent to better serve our clients as we continue to grow.”

Frost-Arnett has been in its current location since 1976. The decision to relocate was dictated by steady growth over the past few years and the workforce increasing by 37% since 2012.

“I am thrilled about the move,” said George Buck, president of Frost-Arnett. “I think a newer building for our headquarter operations with more space and amenities will create a dynamic work environment and help us produce even better results for our clients.”

Built in 1999, the new building is a total of 44,000 square feet, which will provide Frost-Arnett with the room to continue to expand operations over time.