Roadwork paves way for Intel’s massive Fab 42 campus in Chandler


By Paulina Pineda | Arizona Republic

Chandler is investing $5.4 million on a road expansion to accommodate expected growth at an Intel plant in the coming years.

The state and Intel will reimburse the city for the work, according to city documents. 

Intel is among Arizona’s largest employers and the top employer in Chandler, with about 11,000 jobs, according to a city report.

The cranes at Intel’s Ocotillo campus and the road expansion are tied to ongoing construction of the company’s Fab 42 semiconductor fabrication plant, said Micah Miranda, Chandler’s economic development director. Intel officials have mostly kept quiet about the project, which was announced in 2017 as a $7 billion investment into the Fab 42 facility that will make its most advanced computer chips.


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