Air Liquide’s Campus Technologies Grenoble, which serves customers in many areas such as hydrogen, biomethane and aerospace, is getting a make-over.
The industrial gas giant is renovating and expanding the site, confirming today (10th March) that buildings one and two are now complete.
Once completely renovated in 2022, the facility will gather 1,200 employees and will then be used to design and manufacturer innovative high-tech solutions for the rising deep tech and energy transition markets.
“This new Campus offers a stimulating working environment for our employees, which is favourable to the development of talents,” said Emilie Mouren-Renouard, Member of the Air Liquide Executive Committee, in charge of Innovation, Digital and IT, Intellectual Property and Global Markets & Technologies World Business Unit.
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