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The Advanced Technology Center opened in March 2001 and houses a variety of tenants that have relationships with the University, administrative offices and other Park tenants. These tenants engage in collaborative projects with the University and offer internship opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students. The Park offers its tenants panoramic views of Lake Pontchartrain as well as close proximity to the University of New Orleans and the University of New Orleans Recreation and Fitness Center. In addition, the building is located in an Enterprise Zone and is eligible for certain tax credits.
The Center for Energy Resources Management (CERM), a $ 20 million University-owned research facility, houses tenants performing research in engineering, energy, environmental studies, informational technologies and provides interim space for companies interested in establishing a long-term presence in the Park.
The Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command (SPAWAR) Atlantic, New Orleans is the Navy’s designated technical authority and acquisition command for Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (C4ISR), business information technology and space systems. Through a unique partnership between government, academia, and industry, SPAWAR has established a center for Information Technology and Information Management excellence. SPAWAR employs 700 dedicated military, government and contractor personnel in the New Orleans metropolitan area who provide advanced communications and information capabilities supporting the Department of the Navy, Department of Defense, the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs and other agencies.
The conference center is located in the Center for Energy Resources Management building, operated by the University of New Orleans. The center offers 20,000 square feet of conference facilities for planning, marketing, logistics, registration and financial management services to Park tenants, the University and the community.