Bayer wants to add more than 1 million square feet of work space, erect taller buildings and, eventually, hire 1,000 more employees.
Ahniesty Fite, one of more than 300 Biotech Partners students from four high schools around the Bay Area, says working at Bayer has helped her on the path to becoming a doctor.
Bayer HealthCare’s proposal would add more than 1 million square feet of work space to its West Berkeley campus, erect taller buildings and eventually hire 1,000 more employees.
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The grant will allow the organizations to expand distribution sites and help fulfill increased need for food-insecure residents during the pandemic.
The building comes just two years after Bayer built a $100 million quality assurance building on its 46-acre campus in West Berkeley.
The West Berkeley company, one of the city’s largest employers, says the move is a result of needing to make efficiencies as it transitions its customers to next-generation hemophilia drugs.
Want to relax on a comfortable chair or couch and browse the internet? Need a laptop to use? A new space in the library’s Central Branch provides that, and more.
By building state of the art labs, Bayer HealthCare has made its largest investment ever in West Berkeley.