Skunk Works Advanced Manufacturing Center
The Austin Company provided design-build services for a new 220,000 sq. ft, $130+ million Composites Aircraft Manufacturing Center in the Western United States. The project was delivered through a negotiated Design-Build GMP Contract. The Wide Span Structure is a Controlled Conditions Facility and ICD 705 and TEMPEST Compliant with Classified SCIF SAP/SAR.
Aircraft Production Facilities
Melbourne Airport Authority/Embraer selected The Austin Company to provide Construction Management for new aircraft production buildings and related site infrastructure located on the north side of the Melbourne International Airport.
Aircraft Integration Center of Excellence – Building 100
The Austin Company provided planning, design, engineering and construction to Northrop Grumman in Melbourne and St. Augustine, Florida. In St. Augustine, Austin delivered the expansion of Northrop Grumman’s Aircraft Integration Center of Excellence.
Program and Engineering Offices – Building 229
The Austin Company provided planning, project management and construction management/general contracting for a new Program and Engineering Office building in support of Northrop Grumman’s Aerospace Systems sector.
Manned Aircraft Design Center of Excellence – Building 228
Northrop Grumman selected The Austin Company to provide architectural design, engineering and construction management services in support of their new Centers of Excellence national program.
Aircraft Manufacturing Center at Brookley Aeroplex
In 2012, Airbus announced plans to develop its first U.S.-based aircraft manufacturing center. The facilities, located at the Brookley Aeroplex industrial airport in Mobile, Alabama, will produce as many as fifty A320 family aircraft annually.
M3 Consolidated Laboratories
The Austin Company provided Northrop Grumman Aerospace Systems with architectural planning, design and engineering services for the remodeling of 87,400 SF within the existing M3 building.
777 Aircraft Assembly Facility
When The Boeing Company needed to expand its massive aircraft assembly facility in order to produce the 777, Boeing’s value jetliner, the company once again called on The Austin Company to tackle the project.
Delta IV Rocket Factory
Major components of the rocket, including the common booster core, were manufactured in a facility designed, engineered and constructed by The Austin Company in a joint venture with J.S. Alberici Construction Company.
The Austin Company’s history with Northrop Grumman and its heritage companies dates back to the early 1960’s at the Northrop Hawthorne and El Segundo sites in California, and Grumman Beth Page site in New York. The relationship has since evolved to ongoing project assignments nationwide.
Chemical Processing & Painting Facility
Bombardier needed a Metal Surface Finishing Facility (MSFF) at its Learjet complex to meet the requirements of its new Continental Business Jet program. The MSFF replaced an existing metal finishing cell in 13,500 SF of an existing building.