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How to Get to ZYGO Electro-Optics Group Design Center - Costa Mesa, CA
1590 Corporate Drive
Costa Mesa, CA 92626
ZYGO's Electro-Optics Group Design Center center offers a wide range of optical engineering services designed to take on the most demanding product development challenges. (Click to learn more.)
This page provides helpful information for traveling to this location. It also has information to help in arranging accommodations, shuttle services, car rentals, and so on. Either scroll through this page, or click on a topic from the list below to go directly to it.
You may rent a car at one of the airports and drive yourself, (directions are provided further down this page) or take a shuttle to one of the suggested accommodations and arrange for someone from ZYGO to meet you there.
Ground TransportationCar rentals, shuttle services, and taxi services are available at both airports. Please visit the appropriate airport's web site, using the links above, for detailed information.
2726 South Grand Avenue
Santa Ana, CA 92705
Toll Free: 800-888-5540
Embassy Suites, Orange County Airport
The Hotel Hanford
Residence Inn by Marriott
Wyndham Hotel, Orange County Airport
† Denotes a property that offers a special rate to ZYGO visitors.
GPS CoordinatesUse the following coordinates in your GPS unit. These will bring you to the parking spots near our entrance.
Driving DirectionsThe following sets of directions explain how to get to ZYGO by car. Refer to the travel map further down on this page. From Los Angeles International Airport (LAX)
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