Young Living Essential Oils Breaks Ground on Global Headquarters Young Living Essential Oils Breaks Ground on Global Headquarters
Young Living Essential Oils Breaks Ground on Global Headquarters

Lehi—Young Living Essential Oils, the world leader in essential oils, announced Tuesday the groundbreaking of its 263,000 square-foot global headquarters in Lehi. The world-class building was designed to complement Young Living’s philosophy of living harmoniously with nature. The flowing, organic design enhances a sense of community, connectivity, and communication, with a focus on green initiatives throughout the indoor and outdoor designs. The five-story building offers work space for nearly 1,000 employees and sits on a vast 27+ acres, with 3.6 acres of demonstration gardens.

“The care and detail that went into designing our headquarters was a collaborative effort to capture our Founder and Chairman of the Board D. Gary Young’s vision for an architectural representation of the spirit of wellness and abundance that Young Living embodies,” said Jared Turner, Young Living Chief Operating Officer. “I am certain this campus will be one-of-a-kind, inside and out; and we look forward to sharing it with our local community and all who wish to visit.”

Young Living is the pioneer of pure, modern-day essential oils and distillation and continues to be a key influencer and leader in the global wellness movement. Over the past few years, Young Living has grown to be one of Utah’s largest companies, with a strong presence in international markets, along with numerous farms and distilleries around the world. This growth has allowed the company to continually offer new employment opportunities locally and globally.

“We are honored to have Young Living permanently establish its headquarters in Lehi,” said Lehi City Mayor, Bert Wilson. “Young Living has been a valuable community partner, and we look forward to the future opportunities it will bring to our city and state.”

The new building will be located at 1538 Sandalwood Drive in Lehi, east of I-15 and north of 1200 West. Building design by Kevin Scholz and construction by Okland Construction.