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Syngenta North American Crop Protection HQ

Syngenta's research and development campus in Greensboro has been revitalized through a comprehensive renovation, ushering in a new era of advanced technologies and long-term success. Established in the 1960s as a cornerstone of Syngenta's North American operations, the campus has been modernized to integrate advanced technologies such as robotics and artificial intelligence, significantly enhancing safety and operational efficiency.

A significant focus of the renovation was to bolster customer engagement. The introduction of open entryways has illuminated the R&D areas, creating a fluid connection between labs and offices. A new customer experience center now facilitates interactive tours, collaborative initiatives, and educational opportunities, strengthening ties with the community and stakeholders. This reimagined environment fosters increased collaboration among researchers and more efficient utilization of essential laboratory equipment.

Achieved through the collective efforts of a wide range of stakeholders, the project has adeptly positioned the campus for future challenges. Embodying the principle, "Designing for the future is our mandate," the renovation goes beyond meeting current needs, positioning Syngenta to attract and retain the best talent in the field.

  • Sector: Science
  • Scope: Architecture, Lab Planning
  • Greensboro, North Carolina
  • 2024
  • 232,000 SF
Project Team
Chris Small
Jesse Green
Design Principal
James Benson
Project Manager
George L. Kemper
Lab Planner
Lauren Eaton
Lab Planner
Nick Rossitch
Adam Schultz
BE&K Building Group
Affiliated Engineers
MEP Engineering and Fire Protection Consultant
Interior Design
Surface 678
Landscape Architect
Lynch Mykins
Structural Engineering
Ricca Design Studios
Foodservice Consultant
Thorburn Associates
Acoustics Consultant