Colorado lawmakers set sights on future Space Command headquarters

Colorado Springs would be an ideal location for future Space Command headquarters, say lawmakers in the Centennial State.

Last week the Department of the Air Force announced the six candidate locations being considered for the headquarters of the U.S. Space Command.

The six locations include Peterson Air Force Base in Colorado Springs, Kirtland Air Force Base in New Mexico, Offutt Air Force Base in Nebraska, Patrick Air Force Base in Florida, Port San Antonio, Texas; and Redstone Army Airfield in Alabama, the Department of the Air Force said in a statement.

Peterson Air Force Base is currently the Command’s provisional headquarters. The long-term Space Command headquarters will be selected in early 2021.

SPACE COMMAND HEADQUARTERS WILL BE IN ONE OF THESE SIX STATES, AIR FORCE ANNOUNCES

Virtual and on-site visits will now be conducted at the six candidate locations before the headquarters site is chosen, according to the Department of

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Freudenberg Medical Opens New Global Headquarters and Facility Expansion in Massachusetts

Freudenberg Medical, member of the Freudenberg Group and a global developer and manufacturer of specialty components and finished devices for the medical device industry, has completed construction of a new medical manufacturing operation in Beverly, Massachusetts. Freudenberg Medical has established the facility as its new global headquarters and the location will manufacture medical devices and components in medical and implant-grade silicones and high-performance plastics.

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The newly built 36,000 sq. ft. operation includes expanded manufacturing and innovation facilities and Class 8 cleanroom space for molding and assembly. The operation is ISO 13485 certified and FDA-registered.

“The Boston life science cluster is the ideal place for our new headquarters and expanded manufacturing operation. It brings us closer to our customers, provides access to a strong medtech workforce and allows us to

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It’s Official: Dallas is CBRE’s New Headquarters

DALLAS—CBRE has designated Dallas as its global headquarters city, in an announcement confirmed to GlobeSt.com. The location at 2100 McKinney Ave. in Uptown Dallas is the central operating center for CBRE, housing its largest US-based workforce including many of its senior executives.

“We are excited to call Dallas our headquarters city. This formalizes the way we have operated for many years. We have grown our employment base in the Dallas area significantly and expect to continue to increase it over time,” a CBRE spokesperson tells GlobeSt.com. “However, we will not be relocating jobs from California as a result of designating Dallas as our headquarters city. Only an extremely small number of operations-related roles will migrate from California over time. We also remain committed to building on our leadership position in California.”

CBRE has had a Los Angeles headquarters presence for many years, with its previous global HQ office located on

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Information Technology Laboratory employees win HENAAC awards > U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Headquarters > Story Article View

Christine Lozano and Dr. Alicia Ruvinsky, both members of the U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center Information Technology Laboratory team, were named winners of the Hispanic Engineer National Achievement Association Conference (HENAAC) 2020 Great Minds in STEM award.

HENAAC’s annual awards have recognized America’s top engineers and scientists from the Hispanic community for the past 31 years. Lozano was named a STEM hero, while Ruvinsky was honored for professional achievement.

“When I was younger, I was introduced to a drafting class by a female architect,” said Lozano. “It was through this drafting class that I realized that my appreciation for art and creativity could go hand in hand with my strength in math. As I kept looking around, I had male engineering influences, who I am so thankful for because they nurtured my goals and desires, but I never really had a female STEM influence. One of my dreams

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