Navistar set to begin work on second South Side campus

The nearly $10.2 million project will span more than 206,000 square feet

An aerial rendering shows Navistar International Corp.'s planned million-square-foot San Antonio truck plant.
Photo Courtesy: NAVISTAR
An aerial rendering shows Navistar International Corp.'s planned million-square-foot San Antonio truck plant. Photo Courtesy: NAVISTAR (KSAT)

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Navistar Inc. is expected to begin work soon on its second South San Antonio campus, which will house its new Advanced Technology Center.

The nearly $10.2 million project will span more than 206,000 square feet and be home to the Illinois-based company’s engineering, testing and valuation operations in support of its roughly 900,000-square-foot manufacturing campus currently under construction nearby.

The ATC site, previously occupied by Haliburton, is roughly eight miles from the planned assembly facility, which is expected to be operational by 2022. The 150-acre parcel is near Loop 1604 and Interstate 37 and includes several existing buildings.

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