Tech Company Works on New Rochester Lab and Offices – Post Bulletin
ROCHESTER — A new name in tech is pushing the button to join the Med City mix.
Aerosol Applied Technologies filed permit applications in March and April to create six new offices and a small lab space in Building 103 of the Rochester Technology Campus at 2900 37th St. NW. It’s the old one IBM Campus.
Although little information about the company or its technology is available, it does have a
. The site, which says a website is coming soon, has a basic description of the Rochester-based company.
“Applied Aerosol Technologies was created with the goal of advancing aerosol delivery technology and putting it in the hands of people who can make a difference: you,” the statement said. “Through cutting-edge research and collaboration with the best-known science and healthcare partners, Applied Aerosol Technologies can deliver innovative solutions to help save lives and deliver treatment when it’s needed most.”
Documents from the Minnesota Secretary of State show that Applied Aerosol Technologies R&D LLC was incorporated in August 2021. The company’s address is listed as Building 103 on the Rochester Technology Campus.
On building permit applications, Jeff Macovec is the only name listed in connection with Applied Aerosol.
CRW Architecture + Design Group manages the planning of the project. Based in Minneapolis Kraus Anderson’The Rochester office is the contractor.
Applied Aerosol Technologies joins a growing variety of businesses on the 492-acre campus once occupied solely by IBM.
and its sister company, Imanis Life Sciences, is growing rapidly in Building 110. Celestial and HGST also have large campus footprints with Charter communications. IBM and his new brother, Kyndryl, rent eight of the property’s 34 buildings.
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