Costa Mesa-based Anduril Industries, a defense technology company that specializes in building advanced technology for U.S. and allied militaries, said today it will invest $60 million in a new manufacturing and research facility in Atlanta.
The new site will create more than 180 new jobs in Fulton County over the next three years, Anduril said in a joint announcement with Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp.
The new facility is located at 1435 Hills Place Northwest in Atlanta and includes more than 180,000 square feet of industrial buildings that are being transformed into mix-use office, research and development, manufacturing, and production space across two buildings.
“By growing our presence in Georgia, we’ll be able to continue to attract world class talent who will support our mission to transform defense capabilities for the U.S. and our allies,” said Matt Grimm, Chief Operating Officer of Anduril in the announcement.
Anduril was founded by OC entrepreneur Palmer Luckey.
For further details on Luckey and Anduril, please see the July 25 print edition of the Business Journal.