Promega Corp., a Fitchburg biotechnology company that provides products for scientific research and DNA identification worldwide, is planning another big, new building on its growing campus: a 270,000-square-foot research and development center on East Cheryl Parkway, just east of the company’s Feynman Center.

Cost of the project: $190 million.

“This would be Promega’s largest investment in both size and cost in Promega’s 40-year history,” Chris Yarbro, corporate controller, said.

It also would be “more than likely, our largest-valued building permit (for a single building) in Fitchburg’s 35-year history (as a city),” said Michael Zimmerman, Fitchburg’s economic development director. Read the full story here.