ATC: Where tech dreams become reality.

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  • AtkinsRealis Technology Center (ATC) completed construction in Richland for technology development and implementation.
  • The two-story center features a sky-lit glass-enclosed atrium, video conferencing rooms, and smart automation features.

AtkinsRealis Engineering & Technology, US Nuclear recently finished the construction of the AtkinsRealis Technology Center (ATC) in Richland. The center, located at 2801 George Washington Way, will focus on technology development and implementation of robotics, digital, carbon net zero, and environmental solutions. ATC features 16,000 square feet of collaborative office space, a high-bay testing area, fabrication shops, offices, conference rooms, and more. The facility integrates technology into its design with video conferencing rooms and smart automation features such as lighting, climate control, noise, and security.

The ATC project was completed in December 2023 at a cost of $13.6 million, including land costs. The center serves as an investment in technology and collaboration for AtkinsRealis and its customers, partners, employees, and vendors. The high bay area with overhead crane is specifically designed for the development of nuclear and environmental cleanup technologies, digital solutions, robotics, and Engineering Net Zero (ENZ) advancement. Fowler General Construction Inc. served as the general contractor, with Baker Architecture as the architect. The center aims to support the U.S. Department of Energy’s cleanup goals, including those at the Hanford site.

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