Texas Instruments plans to build a $29 million facility in Tucson, Arizona, USA, with an 8.2-acre construction site, 110,000 to 125,000 square feet of floor space, and three or four storeys.

According to reports, Texas Instruments currently has more than 300 employees in Tucson. The program will add about 30 high-paying employees with an average salary of $143,000 to Texas Instruments over the next five years. The positions offered include electrical engineering and finance managers, Electrical and electronic technicians, general management, operations managers and financial experts.

Texas Instruments Tucson was formerly Burr Brown Research Corp., Texas Instruments acquired Burr Brown Research Corp. in September 2000. To date, Texas Instruments is an important technology and economic pillar. The local government attaches great importance to this expansion plan.

"With this expansion, Texas Instruments' economic impact on Tucson continues to grow." said Arizona Governor Doug Ducey.