CHA Supports Nanotechnology, Smart Cities, Advanced Manufacturing

CHA is pleased to announce its participation in an initiative to spur investments in advanced manufacturing, nanotechnology and "smart cities" in downtown Albany, NY. The initiative supports SUNY Albany's College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering's (CNSE's) efforts to combine innovation and education initiatives in next-generation technologies to establish the Albany as a leading hub for emerging 21st century industry.

In support of this initiative, CHA will establish an office in Kiernan Plaza in downtown Albany. The office, which will be home to CHA's executive management team, is expected to open by early 2013.

CHA's CEO, Ray Rudolph, said, "As our company grows, we are delighted to be able to locate our corporate headquarters in downtown Albany and continue our presence in the Capital Region. And, our partnership with the College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering provides us exciting new opportunities to continue to expand our services in clean energy technology and advanced manufacturing. This will be particularly important as we continue to grow internationally."

Read more from the Times Union here.

CNSE's press release can be found here.

CHA Supports Nanotechnology, Smart Cities, Advanced Manufacturing
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