Life sciences typically require complex infrastructures to truly thrive. TECH 3443’s 109-acre campus is designed to facilitate growth in life sciences and technology. Life science, tech companies, and more will find their ideal homes on campus whether they need wet labs, pharmaceutical research space, greenhouses, or more. Minutes away from one of the nation’s leading Tier-1 research universities (The University of Texas at Austin), TECH 3443’s inherited cluster model and prime position in Austin will increase the wealth of its community by promoting a culture of innovation, collaboration, and synergy.


Advanced technologies today for a healthier tomorrow.

Austin’s growing cluster of innovative life sciences companies embraces the area’s technology infrastructure. The result? A region of both established and emerging companies that are changing the face of healthcare.


26% of Austin’s Life Sciences Cluster is Pharmaceutical and Biotech Companies, some include:

  • Aeglea BioTherapeutics
  • Agilent Technologies
  • Allergan
  • Bioo Scientific Corp.
  • Caisson Biotech
  • Celling Biosciences
  • Grifols
  • ICU Medical
  • Luminex Corp.
  • Lumos Pharma
  • Molecular Templates
  • Pharmaceutical Product Development
  • Syneos Health
  • Thermo Fisher Scientific
  • Worldwide Clinical Trials
  • WuXi Clinical
  • Xbiotech


TECH 3443 is providing a fiber infrastructure that offers multiple points of entry to service providers at the campus core. This plan offers redundancy and load balancing to mitigate interruption in connectivity. Fiber optic lines transfer up to 100 gigabits/second bandwidth. The infrastructure is designed to support core network switch-gear such as Cisco Nexus 92160 to include traffic aggregation and redundant edge switches. Fiber is provided to each building using edge switches that are routed to the core.

TECH 3443 is poised to become Austin’s newest life sciences hot bed. With eight preexisting buildings moments away from one another and sprawling land to expand, TECH 3443 will be Austin’s first true life science cluster.
To promote collaboration, innovation, and creativity, Building FHJ will feature two full floors of co-working space for the sciences.


The 109-acre (0.44 hectare) tract is serviced by a substation on site, bringing in more than enough power for the 4.7 million square foot (436,641 square meter) development. The property uniquely features redundancy (dual supply from the north and south grids) in power and all other utilities in place – water, sewer, gas, and fiber optics.

The campus has existing primary service utility infrastructure and thermal energy storage system. These assets create a microgrid ready and fossil fuel-free capable campus that can be achieved. No other part of the Austin area offers TECH 3443’s power supply in such a high-density area. From data centers to laboratories, TECH 3443 is equipped to handle it all. This campus is primed to become Austin’s biggest high-tech district with height allowances comparable or above those in Austin’s CBD.