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Davidson to host D-Wave quantum computer at Brasfield & Gorrie-built HQ

July 9, 2024

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Davidson is announcing a groundbreaking development in its ongoing commitment to significantly advance national defense technology: the installation of a D-Wave Advantage™ quantum computer at their newly opened global headquarters at Huntsville’s Redstone Gateway. This strategic investment represents a major leap forward in Team Davidson’s mission to support the U.S. Warfighter with cutting-edge technology and optimization enhancements.

The announcement was made official on Monday, June 17, through a D-Wave press release and live on stage during their Qubits 2024 quantum computing conference in Boston. Forthcoming construction and installation of the D-Wave Advantage quantum computer is expected to be completed in 2025. 

Davidson is proud to again partner with the firms who helped their new 46,000 sq ft Global Headquarters in Huntsville come to fruition. General contractors Brasfield & Gorrie, and Fuqua & Partners Architects will lead additional construction on the Redstone Gateway property to meet specific environmental and technical facility requirements.

“This sophisticated addition will allow Davidson to reach another level in serving its clients. The general contractor recently built Davidson’s headquarters. “Enhancing their space for the D-Wave Advantage system reflects our shared commitment to innovation and excellence.”
Brasfield & Gorrie Vice President and Division Manager Sara Beth Wilcox

Brasfield & Gorrie completes new Davidson headquarters

April 29, 2024

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Brasfield & Gorrie relocates its Huntsville office

March 21, 2024

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Southern Research opens biotech incubator, built by Brasfield & Gorrie

February 16, 2024

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