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Astronautics Corporation of America, a global designer and manufacturer of avionics and connectivity solutions for the aerospace industry, is relocating its manufacturing operations and repair station from the Federal Aviation Administration in Milwaukee to a newly renovated, 80-room state-of-the-art facility. 000 square foot facility in Oak Creek, Wisconsin.
The relocation of Astronautics’ manufacturing operations to its new production facility at corporate headquarters will be complete by mid-March 2022. The transition marks the completion of the company’s second phase of renovation on its Oak Creek property and the first time in more than 60 years of history that production, repairs, quality, engineering, programs and support services will be consolidated within the same purpose-built campus to improve collaboration and innovation.
“What was a game-changer with this relocation was that the Oak Creek warehouse we were turning into our new production facility was a blank slate, allowing us to plan and design our ideal manufacturing workflow, from start to finish, before any construction begins,” said Jason Rowell. , Director of Astronautics Operations. “We have implemented purposeful designs intended to streamline our manufacturing and repair processes, improve production efficiency and create a flexible environment that can easily adapt to workflow changes as we build new new products and adding new people and equipment.”
Astronautics’ new 190,000 square foot headquarters is located eight miles south of Milwaukee Mitchell International Airport, 27 miles from downtown Milwaukee and 80 miles from Chicago. The company’s campus is adjacent to Oak Creek’s Drexel Town Square, the city’s newest commercial, retail, civic and residential development with convenient access to parks, restaurants, shopping, hotel accommodations and Interstate 94.
“We are excited to consolidate most of our Milwaukee area facilities into our Oak Creek campus where natural synergies and improved communication will emerge from bringing our teams together, which will positively impact innovation and product production,” commented Mary Loomis, director of communications for Astronautics. . “Additionally, our new facility provides us with the opportunity to grow our operations with a talented, high-tech workforce motivated to design and build state-of-the-art solutions that make flying safer and more secure.”
The first phase of Astronautics’ design-build project was completed in January 2020 when the company moved its engineering, programs and support departments to its newly renovated Oak Creek headquarters. To learn more about Astronautics products and services, as well as career opportunities, visit the company’s website at www.astronautics.com. Demonstrations of Astronautics’ leading display systems and connectivity solutions will be held at HAI Heli-Expo 2022, Booth 4312, March 8-10 in Dallas, TX
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