TECHNOLOGIES

Partnering Agreements

Partnering Agreements graphicThe Kansas City National Security Campus is a high-tech facility that was built for the manufacturing needs of tomorrow. With over 1.5 million square feet of manufacturing, 3D printing, laboratory, testing and warehouse space, it’s easy for us to do more than innovate – we can also collaborate.

Honeywell engineers can work with your business, university or government agency to design a solution that’s smaller, smarter, and custom.

When your organization partners with us, you get:

  • Security: A confidential place to develop and test ideas from start-to-finish. The assets of the KCNSC are all available in one location.
  • Skill: If you can imagine it, Honeywell technicians, scientists and engineers can bring it to life. Our team has a combined 60,000 years of experience solving complex engineering issues.
  • Service: Since 1949, Honeywell employees have supported the national security mission. This service mentality translates to all the work we do – whether for our core client, the NNSA, or for other public or private organizations.

 

Whether you want to partner on the development of a new product, need to test and validate an idea or simply want to use the cutting-edge manufacturing equipment at the KCNSC, we can help.

For more information on our Partnering Agreements, click here or contact:

Technology Transfer Office
816.488.4432


 
14520 Botts Road
Kansas City, MO 64147
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The U.S. Department of Energy is committed to making its electronic and information technologies accessible to individuals with disabilities in accordance with Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act (29 U.S.C. 794d), as amended in 1998. Send feedback or concerns related to the accessibility of this website to DOE Section 508 Coordinator mailbox.