Jaspar Weir, co-founder of TaskUs, courtesy photo.

TaskUs, based in Santa Monica, Calif., announced plans to expand its San Antonio office to accommodate up to 500 employees.

The company, which provides outsourced customer service jobs for companies, has leased two floors or 32,000 square feet in the Finesilver Building, an old uniform factory. The company has 60 employees in San Antonio right now.

TaskUs is working with San Antonio-based CBI Group to create a “high energy, whimsical, fun” office geared to its millennial workforce and customer base. Its clients include Hootsuite, Eventbrite, Sparefoot and others.

The company provides employee perks that include coffee, snacks, a napping room, on-site massage therapist visits and a playroom. It’s also building an on-site gym.

“Our priority is to create a place where our customer service team smiles on their way to work and to demonstrate every day that they are valued,” TaskUs CEO Bryce Maddock said in a statement. “We have as much fun as possible while still servicing our clients with top notch quality and satisfaction scores. Working hard and having fun is what we do.”

San Antonio’s “proximity to Austin, its huge young and educated workforce and its reputation as one of the “friendliest” cities in the U.S. make it the perfect place for TaskUs to grow its team,” according to a news release.

TaskUs’ move into Texas included the two founders, Maddock, the company’s CEO, and Jaspar Weir, the company’s president, who now reside in Austin. The company also just opened a sales office in Dallas.