Northrop Grumman Celebrates Grand Opening of 'Innovation Institute'

Officials of Northrop Grumman Corp.'s Electronic Systems sector on Dec. 11 celebrated the grand opening of the new Northrop Grumman Innovation Institute in Linthicum, Md., which will serve as the focal point for the sectors advanced technology developmen

The five-story, 156,000-square-foot leased office building is located in the same technology park where Northrop Grumman already maintains the headquarters for its Electronic Systems sector.

The new facility is home to more than 450 current engineers, scientists and support personnel who previously had been housed in several nearby leased and company-owned buildings, according to the company.

"From the ground up, this new facilitywith its modular office concepts and innovative program strategy and planning areaswas designed to help foster a collaborative employee work environment conducive to the timely development of innovative global defense electronics technologies," said James Pitts, corporate vice president and president of Northrop Grumman's Electronic Systems sector. "We're confident the end result of the corporation's investment in this new facility will be the generation of a myriad of exciting new technologies and solutions for our defense and commercial customers."

According to the company, features of the new office facility include: several uniquely configured collaboration areas where small to medium-size teams of employees can work together on various advanced technology development projects; a 175-seat conference center; an employee fitness center; and an Internet cafe, where employees can gather together in an informal setting to discuss particular projects and activities.

The building has received Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification.

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