Bayer CropScience continues investments at Research Triangle headquarters

Bayer CropScience recently celebrated two recent projects at its headquarters in Research Park Triangle (RTP), North Carolina, bringing its total investment at the site to $150 million since 2012.

The company completed a $33 million office-modernization project and broke ground on Greenhouse 6, a $34 million research facility at the headquarters. 

Bayer CropScience CEO Liam Condon said the modernization project at the company’s North American crop protection and global seeds headquarters in RTP reflects Bayer’s desire to help lead the future of innovation in the life-sciences industry.

“Whether we are expanding our facilities here in the United States or at other locations throughout the world, we seek to do so in a way that promotes and achieves our mission of ‘Bayer: Science For A Better Life,’” Condon said.

The newly renovated office features a modern, open design, where employees have the resources and space to work efficiently. It brings together more than 700 scientists and specialists in a Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design-certified space that increases cross-functional collaboration.

Greenhouse 6 is the third in a trio of new, state-of-the-art facilities at the RTP headquarters, which will increase Bayer’s capabilities to analyze and develop crops and find novel seeds and traits that will help farmers solve their greatest challenges.

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