With more than 600 people working on-site, the park generates more than $32 million in annual payroll and more than $70 million in purchasing power. The following businesses based at LSU Innovation Park are ready to work with you to help you and your business grow and succeed:
About our Neighbors:
- Louisiana Business & Technology Center (LBTC) — Named the 2005 NBIA Technology Incubator of the Year, the LBTC provides technology-based businesses and entrepreneurs with the resources and support needed for company growth and development. The LBTC strives to enhance economic development in Louisiana by helping small businesses in the state to attract revenue and create jobs.
- The Louisiana Army National Guard and Disaster Response Center – Provides trained and ready Soldiers, Airmen, and units for deployment in support of national military objectives, across 50 acres in a 220,000 square foot facility.
- Louisiana Business Emergency Operations Center of the Stephenson Disaster Management Institute – Works to enhance the state’s emergency management efforts by supporting the continuity of business and industry during and after a crisis or emergency.
- Louisiana Technology Transfer Office — Assists Louisiana businesses by assessing their technical needs and offering solutions, assisting them with SBIR grant applications, and facilitating technology transfer from federal agencies.
- The National Center for Biomedical Research & Training— Provides high-quality training to emergency responders throughout the United States to help them prevent, prepare for, respond to and recover from the acts of domestic and international terrorism, weapons of mass destruction, and high-consequence events.
- The Emerge Center— Founded by the Baton Rouge Speech and Hearing foundation, the Emerge Center’s 26,000 square foot facility, offers clinically effective therapies to children and adults with communication difficulties and Autism.
- Carver Scientific Inc. – Develops innovative materials, processes, and technologies that bring transformative change to the way electricity is generated, managed, and stored.