Medical Devices

  • 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.

  • Roche Molecular Diagnostics Opens Sustainable Research Building


    Roche Molecular Diagnostics (RMD) opened a $57.5 million research facility at its global headquarters campus in Pleasanton, Calif., on April 3, 2008.

  • Response Biomedical Occupies Vancouver Headquarters


    Response Biomedical Corporation will relocate to its new global headquarters in Vancouver, B.C. on March 31, 2008.

  • Coloplast Constructs Minneapolis Headquarters


    Coloplast initiated construction in March of 2008 on its new North American headquarters in Minneapolis. The Danish medical technology firm’s 180,000-sf campus will be one of three global innovation centers and will house 300 workers.

  • ICORD Builds New Translational Research Facility for Spinal Cord Injury


    A driving force in medical research is the desire to create "translational research centers"--ones where the basic research begins, is developed, tested, and eventually used to treat patients, all within the same building. That hasn't always been the norm.