Davidson Technologies Inc. has broken ground on its new global headquarters in Huntsville’s Redstone Gateway.
The new 46,000-square-foot building will modernize Davidson’s facilities, increase its proximity to customers and provide additional capabilities.
“This is a very fitting progression for this company, coming from being here and being a local homegrown company, and then growing into Redstone Gateway is a great thing for our community, for the city of Huntsville and for all north Alabama,” said Huntsville Mayor Tommy Battle.
Davidson Technologies was founded 27 years ago and works in the aerospace and missile defense industries, known for its engineering and design technology solutions. The company specializes in artificial intelligence, modeling and simulation, software development and weapon system cybersecurity.
“Our new global headquarters will help to support our mission and company goals. We’re extremely excited about our future in the new Davidson Technologies facility,” said John Holly, Davidson CEO.
Brasfield & Gorrie is serving as general contractor on the project.
“Redstone Gateway remains a hub for Huntsville business, and we’re honored to have worked on projects on the campus since 2011,” said Sara Beth Wilcox, vice president and division manager at Brasfield & Gorrie. “We’ll use tilt-up construction methods, an efficient construction method appropriate for a business like Davidson, which is also committed to innovation in its work.”
The building is expected to be complete in the first quarter of 2024.