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NanoMech Starts Work on New $10M Headquarters

NanoMech Starts Work on New $10M Headquarters
NanoMech CEO Jim Phillips, NanoMech founder Ajay Malshe and UA chancellor David Gearhart unveil a plaque recognizing the company's 2013 R&D 100 award. Nanomech breaks ground Monday on its new corporate headquarters. (Photo by Russell Cothren, University of Arkansas)

The new building, expected to be complete by September, will adjoin the company's existing facility on a recently expanded 9-acre corporate campus. An initial production facility will be ready by July, the company said.
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