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Dirt moving for new Davidson Technologies’ global headquarters

HUNTSVILLE Looking to the future, Davidson Technologies recently broke ground for its global headquarters at Huntsville’s Redstone Gateway.

The new single-tenant building, scheduled for completion during the first quarter 2024, will modernize Davidson’s facilities, increase proximity to their customers, and provide additional capabilities.

It will also provide the security necessary for Davidson’s customers and warfighters.

Davidson Technologies leadership and locally elected City and state officials gather for the groundbreaking of the new Davidson Technologies building at Redstone Gateway. (Brasfield & Gorrie contributed)

In a ceremony celebrating the 46,000 square-foot building, Davidson executives were joined by representatives from the Huntsville/Madison County Chamber of Commerce and guest speakers, including Huntsville Mayor Tommy Battle; Madison County Commission Chairman Mac McCutcheon; Huntsville City Council President John Meredith, and James Lomax, who is vice president of Asset Management & Leasing for Corporate Office Properties Trust.

“This is a very fitting progression for this company coming from being here and being a local homegrown company, and then growing into Redstone Gateway is a great thing for our community, for the city of Huntsville and for all north Alabama,” said Battle.

Davidson CEO John Holly said the new headquarters will help to support company’s mission and goals.

“We’re extremely excited about our future in the new Davidson Technologies facility,” he said.

Lomax reminded the audience of the many years Davidson Technologies has been an important part of the Huntsville community.

“The legacy of this company runs deep, and we’re proud they have entrusted COPT to develop their future home,” he said.

Redstone Gateway is growing as a hub for Huntsville businesses and Brasfield & Gorrie is the general contractor for the project.

“We’re honored to have worked on projects on the (Redstone Gateway) campus since 2011,” said Sara Beth Wilcox, vice president and division manager at Brasfield & Gorrie. “We’ll use tilt-up construction methods, an efficient construction method appropriate for a business like Davidson, which is also committed to innovation in its work.”

Moving dirt to build their new Davidson Technologies’ World Headquarters (Brasfield & Gorrie contributed)

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