Florida Governor Rick Scott visited with Nanotherapeutic officials as well as RS&H Senior Project Architect, Scott Crawford and Architectural Associate, Andrea McCain at the biotech company’s 164,000 sq. ft. biotech research facility in Gainesville on April 5, 2016. RS&H serves as lead designer for the project which produces biological, radiological, chemical and nuclear vaccines for the military.
“I am proud to recognize Nanotherapeutics for their continued growth and the creation of 75 new jobs,” said Scott.
Nanotherapeutics is an integrated biopharmaceutical that produces medical counter measures to combat chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear attacks as well as naturally occurring disease outbreaks. The company will integrate into a new state-of-the-art facility that can provide the military’s national security requirements for Medical Counter Measures. Nearly 1,000 biotech, pharmaceutical and medical devices companies are located around the state, making Florida’s life science industry one of the best in the country.
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