Almac Group Breaks Ground on $100M North American HQ in Harleysville, Pa.
 
Almac Group, a life sciences research-and-development service company headquartered in Northern Ireland, broke ground last week on a new $100 million, 240,000-square-foot North American headquarters campus in the Philadelphia suburb of Harleysville, Pa., within Lower Salford Township. The facility is part of a consolidation project set to grow to 1 million square feet.
 

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