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National Research Council Advanced Manufacturing Program building

National Research Council (NRC) advanced manufacturing development facility
Location: CentrePort Canada
Developer: National Research Council Canada
Architects: Number Ten Architectural Group & Diamond and Schmitt Architects Inc,
Contractor: Penn-Co Construction Canada (2003) Ltd.
Status: U/C
Media: National Research Council to be new CentrePort Canada tenant
Description: The 70,000-square-foot building located at CentrePort Canada, North America’s largest inland port, will broadly support the advanced manufacturing sector in areas such as additive manufacturing (3D printing), robotics and the integration of new digital technologies, such as artificial intelligence and the Internet of Things, into the manufacturing process. When completed, it will accommodate about 100 people, 40 per cent of those working in the building at any given time will be NRC staffers, while the rest will be from industry and academia.

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