King Street to Develop 11-Acre Manufacturing Facility in Devens
King Street Properties has announced plans to develop and own an 11-acre site for Commonwealth Fusion Systems in Devens, MASS.
The facility will house CFS’s manufacturing operations which will produce components for its fusion device as well as components for future fusion power plants. Commonwealth Fusion Systems is on track to commercialize fusion energy and design and build the world’s first net energy fusion device. King Street’s development team includes contractor BW Kennedy, architect Vivo Architecture and civil engineer Highpoint Engineering.
“We are honored to partner with CFS on this first phase of their campus and this important milestone in their mission to commercialize fusion energy and combat climate change”, said Tyson Reynoso, executive director at King Street Properties. “Devens is already home to a thriving ecosystem of technology, life science and advanced manufacturing companies, and Commonwealth Fusion Systems’ move from Cambridge to Devens will only help bolster this ecosystem for many years to come.”
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David currently resides in Atlanta and graduated from the College of Communication & Information at the University of Tennessee Knoxville.