WILMINGTON BUSINESS BUZZ: Wilmington Biotech Company Moving To Billerica

WILMINGTON, MA — Below are three news items from the Wilmington business community for Monday, September 27, 2021:

  • T2 Biosystems, located at 231 Andover Street, recently announced plans to consolidate its existing facilities in Lexington and Wilmington and expand into a newly leased facility in Billerica to accommodate current and future growth. The biotechnology company is expected to take place during the second half of 2022. Learn more HERE.
  • Locus Robotics, located at 301 Ballardvale Street, acquired Nashua-based Waypoint Robotics last week. The move allows Locus Robotics to further expand and accelerate its global expansion of autonomous mobile robot (AMR) technology. The news comes on the heels of the company securing $50 million in additional funding and its 500,000,000th warehouse pick. Learn more HERE.
  • Boston-based construction management firm Commodore Builders announced last week the promotion of Wilmington resident Daniel Hudd to project executive. Hudd, who previously served as a senior project manager with the company, brings over 20 years of construction experience to his new position. Prior to joining Commodore Builders, Hudd served as a project manager for DN Tanks in Wakefield. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering Technology/Technician from the Wentworth Institute of Technology in 2000.

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