Westinghouse Electric Co., whose inventions and workers are scattered across the Pittsburgh region, added a cavernous manufacturing space in Etna to its footprint.

The Cranberry-based nuclear firm leased the space at 51 Bridge Street earlier this year and is working to convert it into offices, testing labs and a manufacturing floor by the beginning of next year. Between 100 and 150 workers will be located there, company officials said. They will be engineering, designing and marketing Westinghouse’s smallest big project: a microreactor.

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