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Beckman Coulter Life Sciences chooses Colorado for new facility, creating up to 85 jobs

Christian Fernsby |
Beckman Coulter Life Sciences, a Fortune 500 bioscience precision instruments manufacturer, has selected northern Colorado for its expanded research and development facility.

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The company currently employs approximately 130 people in Loveland and anticipates consistent annual workforce growth over the coming years, creating up to 85 new high-paying jobs in fields including science research, engineering, and project management.

Beckman Coulter Life Sciences is also investing $9 million in a state-of-the art new office building near the Colorado Regional Airport in the Axis 25 development.

As future work environments continue to evolve, the new office setup features several enhancements including collaboration zones, breakout rooms, technology centers, gathering spaces, a gym, and indoor-outdoor hybrid meeting spaces which take advantage of the Colorado climate and scenery.

An innovative Customer Engagement Center will also be included which will allow customers an inside look at the solutions available from Beckman Coulter Life Sciences along with how they are created and can be tailored to meet individual needs.


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