July | August Economic Development Updates
By Durham Chamber of Commerce / Published 09.12.17Back to Feed
Alcami: this leading product development and manufacturing services provider for the pharmaceutical and biotechnology sectors, plans to finish relocating its international headquarters from Wilmington to Durham in 2018.
The company says it will continue to operate its laboratory in Wilmington, while transitioning its executive team to the Research Triangle Park area.
Prescient: The company moved its headquarters from Denver to Durham and established its east coast manufacturing center in a nearby county. Prescient engages in the design, development, and construction of mixed use and commercial developments. In order to achieve its corporate mission, the company offers structural engineering and additional modeling services, as well as supplies and installs a turn-key framing package, including super structure framing and non-structural infill wall framing. Its platform enables architects to model the structure as part of their typical project design workflow.
Validic: a digital health technology company based in Durham, will be taking about 10,000 square feet in the Chesterfield building to accommodate the company’s growth. Validic currently employs about 60 employees and is outgrowing its current space. “The staff really wanted to stay in downtown Durham”, the CEO for Validic said and “Durham has been our home from the start and we intentionally set roots in Durham because the culture of the city matches the culture of our company.