Assets that help businesses expand or relocate, to best position you for success.
The R&D Center for Advanced Manufacturing & Energy Efficiency (R&D CAMEE) provides advanced manufacturing and energy efficient solutions to manufacturers by means of innovative technology and techniques. Learn more.
The National Center for Coatings Application, Research, and Education (C-CARE) is a one-of-a-kind coating and finishing technology center, housing 11,000 square feet of environmentally controlled space, and a suite of state-of-the-art advanced manufacturing coating and finishing equipment. Learn more.
A clean-energy incubator and commercialization center, this state-of-the-art facility and “program” of services supports commercialization of new clean-energy technologies. The Southern Virginia Product Advancement Center (SVPAC) partners and networks with corporations, entrepreneurs, universities, national labs, governmental entities, and funding agencies to provide commercialization support to burgeoning technologies and companies in the sustainable energy sector. Learn more.
Reduce manufacturing time and cost through early integration of product design into the manufacturing process. Learn more.
A 165-acre park focused on IT, energy, biotechnology, telecommunications, and technical manufacturing. Located within a Technology Zone and a Virginia Enterprise Zone, the park has fiber broadband and is only 60 miles from Research Triangle Park. Learn more.
In a repurposing of the former Daystrom Furniture Plant, Southern Virginia Advanced Manufacturing Center sits on approximately 34 acres and is serviced by rail. The site contains four buildings that have about 430,000 square feet with the largest containing about 320,000 square feet. Building 1 is ideally constructed to develop as a launching pad for small to mid-sized manufacturing operations. Learn more.
100,000 square feet of technically sophisticated educational space, ncluding high-tech classrooms and labs featuring advanced machining and simulation technology focused on Science, Technology, Engineering, Math, and Healthcare (STEM-H) areas including nursing, advanced manufacturing, 3-D modeling, and digital art and communications. Learn more.
NTRC is an advanced tire research center and test facility, specializing in independent testing, research, and assessments to complement and supplement activities performed by global tire and vehicle manufacturers. This one-of-a-kind center provides the automotive industry with the testing capability needed to engineer and develop tires to enhance fuel economy and lower emissions while meeting federal vehicle requirements and customer expectations. Learn more.
A national center for ground vehicle performance testing, engineering & research services specializing in racing, advance technology and performance vehicles, SoVa Motion is strategically located at the Virginia International Raceway, a 1200-acre race complex with multiple courses, and is a part of the National Tire Research Center. The organization boasts world-class testing equipment, and delivers cutting-edge performance to its motorsports, military and automotive industry clients. Learn more.