Collaborators anxious to hear what's next for project
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A dozen staffers at the Colorado Association for Manufacturing and Technology are working full-time with partners from multiple other organizations to support the project, CEO Elaine Thorndike said. The association also is working with Gov. John Hickenlooper's office and NASA representatives.
"The only thing that we're waiting to do is to have a more detailed discussion with the new owner about how they see this fitting with their plan," Thorndike said.
When might such meetings take place?
Cumberland & Western wasn't saying.
"We're working on lots of plans for the facility," Cumberland & Western Vice President Bill Murphree said. "When we have more specific information, we'll be glad to share."
Cumberland & Western Resources, based in Kentucky, bought the former Agilent Technologies property from the city of Loveland for $5 million in December. If all goes as hoped, the 177-acre campus, with 811,000 square feet of space in four buildings, could house as many as 70 companies.
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