Medical Devices

  • Medtronic Plans San Antonio Diabetes Facility


    Medtronic will open the 150,000-sf Diabetes Therapy Management and Education Center in San Antonio in late summer of 2009. Medtronic will hire approximately 1,400 employees during a five-year period to staff the new facility.

  • Valeritas Expands Shrewsbury Lab


    Medical technology company Valeritas is engaged in an expansion of its laboratory facility in Shrewsbury, N.J. The expansion will add 2,000 sf of cleanroom and R&D space to Valeritas’ 21,000-sf facility.

  • Idexx Labs Completes Westbrook Expansion


    Idexx Laboratories completed construction of a 200,000-sf office and manufacturing building in November of 2008. The project represents a major expansion of Idexx’s campus in Westbrook, Maine, which was acquired in 2006.

  • Biomet Opens Orthopaedic Skills Academy


    Biomet opened the $3.5 million Orthopaedic Skills Academy in Warsaw, Ind., in August of 2008. The 27,000-sf facility houses a 48-seat auditorium, a conference room, and two instructional laboratories.

  • Heraeus Medical Components Opens St. Paul Facility


    Heraeus Medical Components celebrated the opening of its 60,000-sf manufacturing facility in St. Paul, Minn., on Sept. 12, 2008.

  • MRPC Completes Cleanrooms


    Medical device manufacturer MRPC completed the construction of two cleanrooms in September of 2008. The $2 million project includes a 3,000-sf, Class 100,000 cleanroom and a 2,000-sf, Class 10,000 cleanroom.

  • Siemens Breaks Ground on Cary Training Facility


    Siemens Healthcare broke ground on a 143,000-sf training and service facility on its Cary, N.C., campus in August of 2008. Slated for occupancy in early 2010, the six-story building will house offices, training rooms, parking, and a cafeteria.

  • GE Healthcare Builds Digital Imaging Production Facility


    GE Healthcare is constructing a $165 million digital imaging production facility in the Rensselaer Technology Park in North Greenbush, N.Y.  Slated for completion in early 2009, the facility will produce sensors for digital mammography machines in a 60,000-sf cleanroom.

  • Johnson Medtech Opens Shajing Cleanroom


    Medical device manufacturer Johnson Medtech opened its 14,000-sm cleanroom facility in Shajing, China, in late June of 2008.

  • University of Minnesota Opens Medical Devices Center


    The University of Minnesota opened the Medical Devices Center at the Twin Cities campus in Minneapolis on June 24, 2008. The $400,000 technology-rich facility will enable researchers to design, prototype, and test new medical devices.