Commonwealth Center for Advanced Manufacturing

Get started with Robotics at Commonwealth Center for Advanced Manufacturing

Founded in 2011 under a public-private partnership, the Commonwealth Center for Advanced Manufacturing (CCAM – pronounced: see-KAM) is an applied research center and not-for-profit 501c3 with membership from industry, university and government. CCAM is an economic development project dating back to 2007 when the Virginia Economic Development Partnership, University of Virginia and Virginia Tech participated in a joint proposal to bring Rolls-Royce’s engine manufacturing factory to Virginia. They succeeded, and four years later, adjacent to Rolls-Royce’s campus, CCAM opened its doors as a resource for regional manufacturers to improve their manufacturing capabilities.

Contact Information

5520 West Quaker Road, Disputanta, Virginia 23842
(804) 722-3700

What Commonwealth Center for Advanced Manufacturing can offer you.

CCAM IS a resourceful and IP-friendly environment creating solutions to complex advanced manufacturing challenges. We are the center of an academic, government, and industry ecosystem where partnerships create real economic value. Our staff and researchers play an active role in developing the most talented manufacturing workforce by providing a diverse and industry-driven educational pathway. CCAM WILL BE recognized globally as an innovation campus where industry, academia and government solve advanced manufacturing challenges and grow a qualified manufacturing workforce ecosystem.

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