October 4, 2013

Med. Product Consultants Plan Move to Marlborough

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From left, Jon Delli Priscoli, CEO of First Colony Development, Robert Coughlin, President and CEO of MassBio, Lauren Baker, President and Owner of Boston Biomedical Associates, state Rep. Daniel Gregoire, and Marlborough Mayor Arthur Vigeant.

Boston Biomedical Associates (BBA) will be moving its 52 workers to a 17,000-square-foot space in Marlborough, the company announced Thursday.

"We choose Marlborough as our new home because this community has a strong reputation of supporting the biotech industry and healthcare companies like ours, and we want to be part of such a dynamic working environment," said Dr. Lauren Baker, BBA president, in a statement.

The medical product consulting firm is expected to move into its new headquarters in April 2014, according to Lora Markova, spokeswoman for the Marlborough Economic Development Corp. BBA currently has its employees working from an office building in Northborough, Markova said.

BBA will move to the second floor of 100 Crowley Drive, which was built by First Colony Development in 2008. The first floor is occupied by 45 employees of Park Place International, a healthcare IT services provider.

"I'm pleased that my vision for this building as a local center for the biotech, healthcare and hi-tech industries is taking shape," said John Delli Priscoli, CEO of First Colony, in a statement. "This new move further strengthens Marlborough's position as a cluster for the life sciences industry."

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