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MA Tech Firm Expanding To Nashua, NH w/ 150 Jobs
« on: August 01, 2012, 11:06:27 am »

Mass. tech firm expanding to south Nashua, bringing 150 jobs
http://www.nashuatelegraph.com/news/969915-196/mass.-tech-firm-expanding-to-south-nashua.html


NASHUA – Another tech firm has been lured over the border by the city’s growing technology site off Exit 1 of the Everett Turnpike.

Aspen Technology plays to employ 150 people at 100 Innovation Way, where the company has leased 41,000 square feet of space as part of an expansion from its headquarters in Burlington, Mass.

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AspenTech is a supplier of software that optimizes process manufacturing for energy, chemicals, pharmaceuticals, engineering and construction, and other industries that manufacture and produce products from a chemical process.

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AspenTech plans to hire software engineers, quality assurance specialists and related staff. For more information on open positions in the Nashua office, see:
    https://jobs-aspentech.icims.com/jobs/intro

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Re: MA Tech Firm Expanding To Nashua, NH w/ 150 Jobs
« Reply #1 on: August 01, 2012, 11:09:34 am »

BTW, one of the major barriers to tech job creation in NH has been the lack of industrial park/office/lab space. NH has realized this, and a large amount of it is currently being built.  Once the projects are completed, large numbers of companies from northern Mass will probably move across the border. Here's the story about the industrial park:

Kick-off for Flatley Co. project opens door for major developments in South Nashua
http://www.nashuatelegraph.com/news/967400-196/kick-off-for-flately-co.-project-opens-door.html

NASHUA – A new shopping center isn’t very exciting, unless that shopping center signals the launch of what is likely to be Nashua’s last large industrial development of pristine land.

Hundreds of acres of land bordering the F.E. Everett Turnpike between Exits 1 and 2, which has been home to walkers from nearby neighborhoods, deer hunters in autumn and the occasional logging operation since it was bought by the late Tom Flatley four decades ago, has begun its transition into a mixed-used industrial park.

“This is the last major development piece in the city of Nashua,” said Dick Cane, director of planning and development for the John J. Flatley Co., and a former planner for the city.

In a decade or so, the land stretching north behind the Radisson Hotel and Nashua Technology Park will be home to a million or more square feet of research and industrial buildings plus 420 high-end apartments, creating a complex they’re calling Gateway Hills and perhaps connecting to more residential development in the north.

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