Beckman Coulter Life Sciences, a global leader in laboratory automation and innovation, is reinforcing its commitment to the greater community of Loveland, Colorado with the completion of Phase 1 of its new Research and Development Center.
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The grand opening of the new $10 million office complex will house the growing workforce at Hub 25 Development at 4510 Bird Drive near Northern Colorado Regional Airport. As part of the expansion, the company also plans to create 85 new high-paying jobs at Loveland in the coming years in areas including scientific research, engineering, and project management. The company currently employs over 140 full time employees based in Loveland.
The relentless pursuit of innovation is what drives our business and our partners every day.
We continue to admire the talent community located in Greater Loveland, which has fueled our growth in Colorado since we came here in 2018 with approximately thirteen employees. Our tools are on the front lines of major global research facilities, providing them with valuable automation solutions to accelerate answers at the next big breakthrough moment. We are delighted to be expanding into Loveland, as our growing team will play a key role in this development.”
Susan Foster, President, Beckman Coulter Life Sciences.
The new, state-of-the-art complex includes 56,000 square feet of office space that includes collaboration areas, break rooms, technology centers, gathering spaces, and a gym for colleagues.
The facility also includes an innovative new Customer Engagement Center that allows customers to take an inside look at the solutions available from Beckman Coulter Life Sciences, along with how they are built and can be adapted to meet individual and specialized laboratory needs.
The company also officially announced the start of the second phase of expansion in Loveland, with a 37,000-square-foot manufacturing operation to be attached to the office site. Ground is set to be broken by the second quarter of 2023, with an expected completion date of early 2024.
I’m pleased to congratulate Beckman Coulter Life Sciences on today’s official opening at Loveland, creating 85 well-paying jobs in Northern Colorado. As Colorado continues to establish itself as a leader in advanced industries like biosciences, I’m excited to see more companies choosing to move and expand into our state.”
Jared Polis, Governor of Colorado.
Beckman Coulter Life Sciences is also giving back to the greater Loveland community with its donation to Colorado Forest Restoration, which will ensure that 140 trees are planted—one for each current partner—to replace those lost to recent devastating wildfires and other environmental damage.
Beckman Coulter Life Sciences was assisted by CBRE, Etkin Johnson Real Estate Partners, and the Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade.
Job postings will continue to be updated www.beckman.com/careers.