Industrial Scientific pays $5.8M for HQ land from Bayer
Industrial Scientific Corp. has purchased a 36.6-acre site along Bayer Road in Robinson, where it plans to build its new Pittsburgh-area headquarters.
The company paid Bayer Corp. $5.8 million for the property. Its Pittsburgh operations are in four locations, said Josh McElhattan, director of business development. The company's administrative, manufacturing, engineering, product development and customer service operations are spread throughout North Fayette and Findlay.
The company develops software and analytic services to detect gas leaks and other hazardous conditions.
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