CAPE CANAVERAL, FL – Craig Technologies announced today that the company is consolidating their corporate headquarters and manufacturing division to
occupy the former NASA Shuttle Logistics Depot (NSLD) building in Cape
Canaveral, effective October 1st.
The 161,000 SF facility will house the company’s administrative offices and over 2,000 pieces of specialized avionics manufacturing and test
equipment, some once used to process orbiters and payloads during NASA’s Shuttle
“This facility will enable us to grow our manufacturing operations, and accommodate a larger workforce as time goes on,” said CEO Carol Craig. “It’s an honor to be a part of the
Cape Canaveral community as a contributor to the new commercial space economy,
along with defense, transportation, and other industries.”
The move follows the June 28 signing of a Space Act Agreement with Kennedy Space Center and recent negotiations with vacating tenant United Space
Alliance and the building’s owner, Cape Canaveral Joint Ventures, a
The service-disabled veteran-owned firm purchased capital equipment and assets
from United Space Alliance and will re-open the building as the Craig
Technologies Aerospace & Defense Manufacturing Center (ADMC) January 1, 2013.
The company will sublease a portion of office and manufacturing space to United
Space Alliance through the end of 2012.