Chromalloy has announced that it is developing a new technology center in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla. dedicated to the research and development of services for gas turbine engine.
As part of the new facility, the company also intends to move its corporate headquarters from the current headquarters operation in Orangeburg, N.Y. to the new technology center in Palm Beach Gardens.
The facility is in an industrial park in Palm Beach Gardens and will house up to 52 technical, executive and administrative staff. Development of the Technology Center of Excellence and headquarters facility will be completed by the fourth quarter of 2011.
In 2010 Chromalloy expanded its turbine engine component casting operation in Tampa with a new $30 million facility that serves customers around the world. In February, Chromalloy broke ground on a new $5 million ceramic core facility that will be built adjacent to the casting foundry.
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