Piscataway-based Solidia Technologies is relocating its headquarters to San Antonio, according to a Thursday announcement, although the company will retain a satellite office in New Jersey.
Future expansion plans include a commercial-scale production facility and satellite offices in key markets around the U.S. and overseas, Solidia added.
The relocation and expansion are consistent with the decarbonization tech provider’s progress from research & development to commercial venture.
“We are excited to announce our move to a new executive office and state-of-the-art R&D facility centrally located in one of the world’s largest industrial markets for construction and building materials and sources of CO₂,” CEO Russell Hill stated. “This move allows continued advancement of Solidia’s technology in proximity to customers, suppliers and partners, and is the ideal location for our emerging commercial ventures as we further our mission of decarbonizing the global building materials and construction industry.”
Solidia said the new 54,000-square-foot headquarters is designed to support the continued development and deployment of technologies that improve the performance of building materials and advance solutions in carbon capture, utilization and storage.
“Solidia is the right technology at the right time, and, now, we will be in the right location to fast-track our business growth, elevate building materials manufacturing with sustainable technologies, and advance carbon utilization with industrial leaders in CCUS technologies, including oil and gas providers,” Hill said.