Analog Devices breaks ground on headquarters building

Analog Devices breaks ground on headquarters building

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By Peter Clarke

The expanded facility will feature laboratories, design and manufacturing and cross-functional group collaboration space. In addition to 13,700 additional square meters for research and development, the global headquarters will include a 4,700 square meter Hub comprising a café, fitness facility and auditorium designed to enable and encourage employees from all departments and functions to gather, connect and engage.

At the ceremony the company hosted Jay Ash, Secretary of Housing and Economic Development for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Senator Bruce Tarr, Jeff Hull, Manager of the Town of Wilmington and other dignitaries.

“This new campus will be our global showcase – enabling us to highlight our best work, attract top talent and build new partnerships,” said John Hassett, senior vice president of global operations and technology at Analog Devices, in a statement.

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