Growth is essential to our community’s success. Whether you’re looking to start a new business or relocate, find a successful landing place for your company in the nation’s second largest research park!
Creating a mix of high-tech companies of all sizes amongst highly-competitive educational institutions with amenities and activities for our companies, employees and students to live, work, learn, and play.
CRP is redesigning itself for the future—ensuring that the Park is the premier place to locate and expand, the place where your employees want to work, where your friends and family want to explore and enjoy.
HARNESSING THE POWER OF PLACE.
Cummings Research Park is the second largest research park in the country and the fourth largest in the world. It is one of the world’s leading science and technology business parks, with a mixture of Fortune 500 companies, local and international high-tech enterprises, U.S. space and defense agencies, thriving business incubators and competitive higher-education institutions.
CRP is the home of nearly 300 companies, more than 26,000 employees and 12,500 students.
BEYOND A RESEARCH PARK
In addition to enabling innovation and technological achievement for companies located within the Park, the new Master Plan includes an overhaul of the CRP image as well as incorporating new and additional outdoor amenities to further connect the Park by adding way-finding signs, greenways, bicycle and pedestrian pathways, and pocket parks. The Park will also be supported by programming and services such as food truck fests, lightning-round tech talks, lecture series’, musical events, tech trolley tours, and more connected and collaborative activities.
From Around Cummings Research Park
The National Science Foundation released their latest survey of federally financed research expenditures, and five programs at The University of Alabama in Huntsville (UAH) continue
Lonnie McMillian, a pioneering Huntsville entrepreneur who co-founded a major electronics company and a genetic research institute, died on Dec. 30, the institute said. He
HUNTSVILLE, Ala. – The Rocket City is shooting up in economic growth, but how will it keep up the momentum? Mayor Tommy Battle gave his
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