MIDI, an international medical research, design and engineering firm, has opened its new headquarters and Innovation Center in the Village of The Branch, NY, a part of the town of Smithtown on Long Island. Stalco Construction served as general contractor for the new facility.
MIDI Principals Greg Montalbano and Christopher Montalbano; New York State Assembly Member Michael J. Fitzpatrick; U.S. Congressman Lee Zeldin’s aide Ben Monachino; Li Liu, PhD, Manager of Technology and Business Development at the Long Island Bioscience Hub’s Center for Biotechnology; Chairman of the Planning Board of The Village of The Branch John Carro; and Stalco Construction Principal Kevin G. Harney and Project Manager Edward Dutton led the ribbon-cutting ceremonies for the new medical innovation development center.
MIDI provides turnkey product development and commercialization consulting services for clients in the medical, life sciences, surgical, drug delivery, dental, home healthcare, biotech and security markets. The FDA QSR and ISO 13485 compliant firm offers complete product development and innovation services, performed under stringent regulatory constraints and within rapid timelines.
Established on Long Island in 1972, MIDI has supported the development of some of the most groundbreaking medical and life science products of the last 50 years. MIDI’s clients range from early incubator start-ups to Fortune 500 companies such as GE Healthcare, Siemens and Johnson & Johnson. The firm has developed programs that lead to hundreds of patents for their clients, with more than $500 million in equity through device revenue and intellectual property.
MIDI’s facility features an open-space layout in the design studio section to promote collaboration among different specialized teams within the company. It also houses an engineering and design lab, which uses a computer-controlled rapid prototyping development process that includes 3D printing, as well as a manufacturing shop, a conference room with a teleconferencing system, and executive and administrative offices.
The construction work included new landscaping, a new surface parking lot for employees and visitors, new curbs, exterior lighting, a keystone retaining wall and an easement road to provide courtesy access for a church located adjacent to the property.