AirBuoyant has just reached an agreement with the Board of Aviation Commissioners at the Anderson Municipal Airport (airport designator: "AID") to purchase 3 acres of land in its new "Aero Park" area for construction of AirBuoyant's proposed new 15,000 square foot headquarters building. The facility will consist of a 10,000 square foot hangar area with 28-foot ceilings for R&D and production, as well as around 5000 square feet of offices attached outside of the building. It will be a LEED-certified green building, and will have solar panels and wind turbines, in addition to a geo-thermal heat pump system along with R-44 insulation to make it a virtually external-energy neutral building.

Once the City of Anderson is able to fund infrastructure development, AirBuoyant intends to begin building soon thereafter. We will update progress on this page as news develops

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