Aerojet expands Huntsville office, readying for future growth and delivering engineering, business development, and program management services

SACRAMENTO, Calif., 26 Sept. 2011. Aerojet, a GenCorp (NYSE:GY) company, has expanded its Huntsville offices to provide local customers with additional engineering expertise, business development, and program management support. Aerojet's personnel, operating out of new offices at 7047 Old Madison Pike, focus on delivering expertise in solid and liquid propulsion, human spaceflight, specialty metals, and warheads. The company, with strategic partner Teledyne Brown Engineering Inc., also develops and manufactures liquid rocket engines for various programs. The team is likely to compete to provide technologies in support of NASA's Space Launch System.

Sep 26th, 2011

Posted by Courtney E. Howard

SACRAMENTO, Calif., 26 Sept. 2011. Aerojet, a GenCorp (NYSE:GY) company, has expanded its Huntsville offices to provide local customers with additional engineering expertise, business development, and program management support. Aerojet's personnel, operating out of new offices at 7047 Old Madison Pike, focus on delivering expertise in solid and liquid propulsion, human spaceflight, specialty metals, and warheads. The company, with strategic partner Teledyne Brown Engineering Inc., also develops and manufactures liquid rocket engines for various programs. The team is likely to compete to provide technologies in support of NASA's Space Launch System.

"This growth in Huntsville advances our local partnerships and enables us to better integrate with our team members," says Claude Baldwin, director of Huntsville operations. "We'll be able to not only better serve our DOD and NASA customers, but also the area's prime contractors, supply partners, universities, and other community development programs."

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