G-CON Manufacturing Completes 6.8 Acre Land Purchase

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Additional land increases current campus footprint and will provide additional production space as well as a multi-story office building

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G-CON has closed on the acquisition of 6.8 acres of land contiguous to its existing campus in College Station, TX.

We have been very fortunate to see our business grow over the past several years, including during the COVID-19 pandemic.

G-CON Manufacturing, Inc. (G-CON), the leader in prefabricated flexible cleanroom solutions, announced today it has closed on the acquisition of 6.8 acres of land contiguous to its existing campus in College Station, TX.

The almost seven acre purchase is G-CON’s eighth expansion project since 2016. This expansion will provide additional production space and a multi-story office building, adding to the current 250,000 square feet of facilities currently in place. The purchase will collectively bring G-CON’s campus size to 22.47 acres, almost quadrupling the campus footprint in less than 5 years.

“We are excited to be able to make this additional investment into our business and the Bryan/College Station area. We have been very fortunate to see our business grow over the past several years, including during the COVID-19 pandemic,” said Sid Backstrom, Vice President, Business Management. “This investment will allow us to continue to meet increasing demand for our products and further contribute to the production of life-saving and sustaining therapeutics.”

About G-CON Manufacturing
G-CON Manufacturing designs, builds and installs prefabricated G-CON POD® cleanrooms. G-CON’s POD portfolio provides cleanrooms in a number of dimensions for a variety of uses, from laboratory environments to personalized medicine and production process platforms. G-CON POD® cleanroom units surpass traditional cleanroom structures in scalability, mobility and the possibility of repurposing the PODs once the production process reaches its lifecycle end. For more information, please visit G-CON’s website at http://www.gconbio.com.

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