Raytheon

Mixed-Use RFP: Richardson Seeks ‘Gateway’ Development for The Innovation Quarter

by | Apr 12, 2022
The city is requesting developer proposals for a high-density, transit-oriented development at DART’s Arapaho Center Station. It will act as a large connector and entry point for The IQ—a sprawling district focused on innovation and entrepreneurship.
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Global Semiconductor Maker Sets Up its First North American R&D Operation in Richardson
by | Mar 31, 2022
Nexperia, a Netherlands-based semiconductor manufacturer, is opening a new design center in Richardson—its first R&D operation in North America—with plans to rapidly grow its local workforce. The new DFW operations will add to the other five R&D facilities Nexperia operates in Europe, China, and Malaysia.
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Evolutionary Vision: Leaders of Top North Texas Mixed-Use Developments Reveal What It Takes to Mark Success Across Decades
by | Feb 21, 2022
Robert Folzenlogen, Lucy Billingsley, and Michael Alost tell us what it takes to build a future-proof place for people and companies.

Their mixed-use developments—Frisco Station, Cypress Waters, and CityLIne—each started with a bold vision. A great location and North Texas' "transactional efficiency" didn't hurt. 
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Raytheon Intelligence & Space Opens a New Intelligent Manufacturing Center at Its McKinney Campus
by | Sep 24, 2021
The 178,000-square-foot facility is a result of a $100 million investment and collaboration with the McKinney Economic Development Corporation—which included an already-complete commitment to generate 500 skilled jobs. RI&S plans to build an even larger facility by 2025 that will generate 700 more jobs.
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Raytheon and the National Science Foundation Collab to Detect Near-Earth Asteroids

by | Mar 4, 2020
Dusty asteroids in space are hard to detect. Raytheon's McKinney-headquartered Space and Airborne Systems has entered an R&D agreement to combine radio astronomy and radar techniques to solve that problem.
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DI People: Koddi, Raytheon, Southwest Airlines, and Pier 1 Make Executive Announcements
by | Nov 5, 2019
In this weekly roundup of leadership and executive moves and honors by businesses and organizations in North Texas, you’ll also find news from Primoris Services, Orthofix Medical, Uptown Dallas Inc., AT&T Inc., and Dallas Arboretum.
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Raytheon Secures its Future in McKinney With New 200,000 SF Advanced Manufacturing Facility
by | Aug 22, 2019
Planned for completion in late 2020, the new facility will bring 500 new high-tech jobs with it.
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Elbit
Elbit Systems’ Military Gear May Seem Like Science Fiction, But It’s Real-World Tech
by | Nov 2, 2018
Elbit Systems' tech — such as its IronVision head-mounted display technology — allows military forces to be operational anywhere in the world, under any type of conditions.
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Dallas Law Firm, Raytheon Share History with USPTO Patent No. 10 Million

by | Jun 22, 2018
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office grants a milestone patent for a device that improves laser detection and ranging.
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Ex-Capital One CIO Joins Naya Ventures as Entrepreneur in Residence
by | May 2, 2018
Naya says Don Goin's background in financial services augments its capabilities in venture capital doing early-stage B2B investments in artificial intelligence, IoT, and blockchain.
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U.S. Army
On Our Radar: U.S. Army Seeks Home for Military Innovation Office
by | Mar 13, 2018
The new command will be tasked with bringing new technologies online, and would be set in a more corporate environment.
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Where ‘Big D’ Stands for Digital
by | Jan 17, 2018
Dallas’ economy is powered by app and software development.
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Raytheon's new campus will be secured by a 6-foot fence and have 24-hour manned guard shacks at all three entrances.

Raytheon at CityLine: Creating a High-tech Command Center

by | Jan 1, 2016

Raytheon isn’t one to move around a lot. In fact, its current Jupiter Road complex in Garland, which houses its Intelligence, Information and Services (IIS) operations, dates back to the 1950s. But things are about to change—in a big way.

The defense contractor will join State Farm as an office anchor of CityLine, occupying a new three-building campus KDC is developing at the southwest corner of State Highway 190 and Wyndham Lane in Richardson....

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