300 Greenville Ave
Staunton, VA 24401
The original campus — built all the way back in 1828 (with some hefty renovations over the years, obviously!). The complex became associated with the Durnstein name in 1931 and developed into one of the most successful science and technology entities on the planet.
The primary focuses of the main campus are internal administrative and executive functions, healthcare research and development, and architecture/construction management services.
6909 Metro Park Dr
Alexandria, VA 22310
With DCS becoming DCSM in 1957, a new facility was established in Alexandria, VA. While the main campus focused on medicine, the Alexandria campus pushed on into aerospace and nautical technology (before this eventually shifted to the Montana and Mississippi facilities, respectively).
Currently, the Alexandria Campus’ focus surrounds information technology, electronics, some security pursuits, and robotics. With Leidos and General Dynamics sharing the same block, the area has become a powerhouse of innovation.
350 Airport Rd
Belgrade, MT 59714
DCSM developed an aerospace-focused facility in Belgrade — just outside of Bozeman, MT — in 1994. Unlike the Virginia-based campuses, the Bozeman Campus has a decided focus in aerospace technology, innovation, and manufacturing, particularly for the military.
700 S Barracks St
Pensacola, FL 32502
Located within the Port of Pensacola, our Florida-base campus is our newest facility — opening just shortly after the Bozeman Campus. Strongly in connection with the Naval Air Station in Pensacola, this branch focuses on both aerospace and nautical technology and development.
There is also a strong weapons engineering program based here.