Congratulations to Composite Engineering Research Laboratory, on receiving the 2017 Small Business Innovator Award from the Midcoast Regional Redevelopment Authority; during its annual meeting and dinner on November 15th. CERL is both a full service analytical laboratory, and a prototype manufacturing center targeting the broad spectrum of composite companies within Maine and New England. They focus on projects ranging from Wind and Hydrokinetics to Marine,…Details
RFP: Oversight and Management of Composites Layup Facility and Spray Booth
The Brunswick Landing Realty Development Corporation (BLRDC), a division of the Midcoast Regional Redevelopment Authority, is seeking proposals from qualified persons to manage and oversee a composite layup facility and spray booth in TechPlace.
The Midcoast Regional Redevelopment Authority (MRRA), TechPlace’s parent company, was awarded $495,165 from the Maine Technology Institute to develop a shared composite lay-up facility and paint booth. With the design and formal bidding process now completed, work has begun and is expected to be fully operational by the end of 2017. TechPlace’s composite lay-up facility…Details
We recently completed a project to expand office space on the second floor of TechPlace. We currently have three vacancies. One of the offices comes with furniture already in place. Prices for TechPlace offices range from $400 to $600 a month, including all utilities and access to shared administrative equipment and conference rooms. That’s a…Details
MRRA builds new maker and industrial space to meet demand We recently completed renovations on the Hangar 4 East industrial project, which adds nearly 20,000 SF of manufacturing space to TechPlace. Innovators now have access to five more industrial spaces in former Navy Building 250. The work spaces range from about 1,500 SF to nearly…Details
We hosted 30 students and faculty from Baxter Academy in Portland today at TechPlace as part of Maine Manufacturing Day. Students learned about lean manufacturing from Steve Westra of the Maine Manufacturing Extension Partnership. They took a short tour of TechPlace, which included a parts production demo by StudioV.
Congresswoman Chellie Pingree stopped by Brunswick Landing on Monday for a tour of TechPlace and the new renewable energy biogas plant. She was able to meet with several of our businesses, including STARC Systems, Studio V, Village Green Ventures, and Grifin LLC. We’re always pleased when members of the delegation stop by for an update…Details
MRRA Honors Pair of Brunswick Landing Companies at Annual Dinner Guest Speaker Greentown Labs CEO Emily Reichert Wows Crowd with Story of Somerville, MA Clean Tech Incubator FREEPORT, Maine – The Midcoast Regional Redevelopment Authority (MRRA) recognized two Brunswick Landing companies at the MRRA annual meeting and dinner, held Wednesday, Nov. 18th at the Hilton…Details
Touching base with the Director It’s been an old-fashioned Maine winter with record amounts of snow in many parts of the State. Brunswick Landing has been no exception. If you’ve driven around campus recently, you’ve probably noticed some of our snow banks are more than 10 feet high. They’re so high they obscure the view…Details
BRUNSWICK LANDING, Maine – The Midcoast Regional Redevelopment Authority hosted a wall-breaking ceremony on Thursday, Sept. 4th at former Navy Building 250, the future home of TechPlace, Brunswick Landing’s Technology Accelerator. Rep. Mike Michaud, Maine Department of Economic and Community Development Commissioner George Gervais, State Sen. Stan Gerzofski, and Brunswick Town Council Chair Benet Pols…Details