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Dirt Moves on Port San Antonio Innovation Center

The San Antonio office of Sundt Construction recently started construction on Port San Antonio’s Innovation Center at the Port’s 1,900-acre technology and innovation campus. The Innovation Center is anticipated to reach completion by early 2022.

The 127,000-square-foot Innovation Center, located at General Hudnell Drive and 36th Street, will prominently feature a 2,500-person multipurpose arena on the building’s southeast side. It will host various events, including concerts, electronic gaming, technology competitions and trade shows.

The campus is already home to 80-plus employers and more than 14,000 employees. These companies include leading names in the aerospace, cybersecurity, robotics and defense sectors.

“This project is transformative for the Port and the city of San Antonio,” said Jon McKelvain, Sundt’s project executive. “We are excited to be part of the team that’s advancing the region’s presence in the digital and cybersecurity spaces and seeing the collaboration and career opportunities the Innovation Center creates.”

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