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February 5th, 2007

Research project at Picatinny in the works

Abstract:
Named the Picatinny Applied Research Campus, Phase I is the development of 100,000 square feet of office and lab space within the boundaries of the base's high security enclosure. Future phases of PARC call for the development of more than one million square feet on an additional 120 acres at the United States Army base. Anticipated demand is expected from government contractors at Picatinny and from its main tenant, ADREC, as well as research universities, communications, electronics, nanotech and emerging technology companies worldwide. Tenants would have access to Picatinny's $1.5 billion of high technology equipment, over 64 laboratories, and intellectual assets, some of which only exist at Picatinny Arsenal.

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