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Russ Research Center

Founded by Fritz J. and Dolores H. Russ, namesakes of the Russ College of Engineering and Technology at Ohio University, the Russ Research Center is a 29-acre high-tech research park in Dayton, Ohio, that is home to the area’s leading defense, engineering, and technology firms. The campus grew out of the­­ Russes’­ own company, Systems Research Laboratory (SRL), which they established on the Russ Research Center site in 1955. After pouring the footers for the building's foundation themselves, they developed SRL into one of the nation's leading electronic and automation corporations. The Russes established a legacy of entrepreneurial and technological excellence, and our business campus holds true to that legacy, hosting tenants in a range of industries from aerospace to life sciences.

 

Russ Innovation Gateway

Highlights

  • Centrally located between downtown Dayton, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, and Greene County Airport
  • 194,000 square feet of office and light manufacturing space on 29 acres
  • High-speed fiber-optic ring for data and communications
  • Engineering, IT, development, design, manufacturing firms
  • Host to high-tech industries from aerospace to life sciences
  • 5,000 square feet of on-site conference and meeting space