Craig’s headquarters is located at 7177 N. Atlantic Ave., Cape Canaveral FL, less than one mile from its previous location. The new facilities include a 28,000-square foot campus that houses corporate, engineering and avionics staff. The engineering division provides quality in-house Design Engineering services from up-front analysis to integration, assembly and test. Current work includes ground support equipment design and fabrication for the Sierra Nevada Dream Chaser vehicle, design and fabrication of flight hardware for the Space Launch System (SLS) Universal Stage Adapter, development and build of a Flight Test Platform for external testing aboard the International Space Station (ISS); and design projects for multiple governmental agencies.
Craig’s avionics division, which is a part of CTAS spans an 8,000-square foot area and produces a wide range of space system flight and ground cables and electronic chassis for such customers as Blue Origin, Sierra Nevada, and NASA.
Craig’s manufacturing, is housed in a 20,000-square foot precision manufacturing facility located at 175 Imperial Blvd., Cape Canaveral, Florida. The manufacturing operation provides engineers, technicians and state of the art equipment to support precision machining, fabrication and assembly for prototypes, test articles, one-offs, and low-rate initial production up through high volume swiss screw machining production for companies such as Boeing, United Launch Alliance, Harris and Pacific Scientific, and government agencies.
According to Craig CEO, Carol Craig, the move follows the culmination of a successful NASA partnership that mutually benefited both parties. “We believe the SAA was a huge success for both Craig and NASA” said Craig. “While growing these divisions through opportunities afforded by the SAA, Craig returned the NASA equipment to be utilized by multiple NASA agencies including Kennedy Space Center.”