Philip Morris USA's headquarters, offices, manufacturing facilities and employees are located primarily in Richmond, Va.
PM USA relocated our headquarters in 2004 from New York City to Henrico County in the west end of Richmond, Va. Our headquarters building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The building designed by renowned New York architect Gordon Bunshaft, and with landscape design by Charles Gillette, became the worldwide headquarters of Reynolds Metals Company in 1958. Bunshaft's design demonstrated how aluminum could be used in modern construction. The building received the Test of Time Award from the American Institute of Architects in 1998. Today, the 250,000-square-foot facility includes a company store, fitness center, cafeteria, conference center and coffee bar.
Our Manufacturing Center opened in 1973, about the time Marlboro became the world’s best-selling cigarette. We make all of our cigarettes at this facility, which represent half of all cigarettes sold in the U.S. Located near I-95 in south Richmond, Va., the Manufacturing Center comprises six buildings that cover a total of 43 acres of the 200-acre site. Together, the facilities span 1.6 million square feet.
Adjacent to the historic neighborhood of Bermuda Hundred in Chester, Va., the facility processes small pieces of tobacco from other PM USA locations and turns them into large tobacco sheets. The facility sits on the banks of the James River and is home to an award-winning Natural Treatment System
Nestled in the mountains of Montana, the Crazy Mountain Ranch spans 18,000 acres near Clyde Park. The facility is a working ranch and home to about 800 cattle. Several thousand adult consumers visit the ranch each year as part of product promotions and contests.
PM USA also owns or leases a number of warehouse and operations support facilities in the Richmond area.