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Software company moves to R&D building

TRITEC Real Estate Company, Inc. announced that Rockwell Automation has moved into 41 Research Way, a 66,229 s/f industrial, manufacturing and R&D building East Setauket, New York.

TRITEC acquired 41 Research Way this summer and TRITEC Asset Management, Inc. immediately leased the entire building to Rockwell Automation, .

Chris Stack, Frank Liggio and Tim Reynolds of CBRE represented Rockwell.

TRITEC Building Company constructed 41 Research Way for the Quantronix Corporation in 2001 and has now completed interior renovation of the entire building for Rockwell.

Ken Abrami said, “Working in this building which TRITEC built and working with Rockwell, for whom we built a 130,000 s/f facility in Shirley, made for a very smooth process, all of the team members knew what to expect and how to work together.

“Our construction Superintendent, Tim Browne, was the superintendent on the construction of 41 Research Way 13 years ago and he brought his intimate knowledge of the building right from the beginning. We at TRITEC are very pleased to have Rockwell Automation as our new neighbor in the Stony Brook Technology Center and we think they will be very happy in their new building.”

The SBTC is a 103 acre, one million square foot master planned office / medical research park developed by TRITEC.

The park offers a campus-like setting with five ponds, plentiful parking and well-manicured grounds. The park is located on the North Shore of Long Island in East Setauket and can be accessed by various major roadways and public transportation.

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