AeroMech Engineering to expand into new facility

  • 06-Dec-2010 02:05 EST

AeroMech Engineering Inc. (AME), an engineering and manufacturing firm supporting the unmanned aerial systems (UAS) market, signed a deal with Vachell Lane Properties LLC to expand into new space in San Luis Obispo, CA. The building offers 37,000 ft² of office and 79,000 ft² of high-bay warehouse space. AME will occupy a mix of office and warehouse space totaling 78,000 ft². AME, established in 1999, will use the new space to improve its operation while expanding production capacity in response to new business. AME builds high-endurance special mission UAS and provides aeronautical, mechanical, electrical, and software engineering capabilities as well as full system manufacturing services to defense customers worldwide.

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