International water technology company Siemens is joining Gwinnett County’s The Water Tower center for water innovation, research and development and training in Buford.
The Water Tower is being built next to the F. Wayne Hill Water Resources Center near the Gwinnett Environmental and Heritage Center in Buford, and county officials are heralding the addition of Siemens, who they called a “technology powerhouse in the water sector” to the group of founding partners for the research center.
“As we target new startups, having a company like Siemens onboard will provide excellent resources and support, allowing ideas to become solutions to today’s critical water challenges,” The Water Tower CEO Melissa Meeker said. “Siemens is helping us to hit the ground running with state-of-the-art technologies for testing and training. This is a major plus for Gwinnett County and our campus.”
Gwinnett County launched The Water Tower one year ago as a state-of-the-art campus