Special Aerospace Services breaks ground on new engineering facility in Huntsville

Special Aerospace Services Huntsville
Breaking ground with Gov. Kay Ivey + SAS professionals. Photo via Made in Alabama

On Wednesday, September 29th, Special Aerospace Services (SAS) broke ground on a new site in Huntsville’s Cummings Reseach Park. Read more to find out what this means. 

SAS Huntsville

Special Aerospace Services
Mayor of HSV, CEO of SAS and Gov. Kay Ivey. Photo via Made in Alabama

Colorado-based Special Aerospace Services has officially made its way to Alabama. 

So what all will this company do? The Campus will be a site for engineering and training, high bay assembly and advanced manufacturing. Basically, they specialize in building equipment for space.

FUN FACT: SAS is a woman-owned company. Go women in STEM!

Tech job growth

Sas Huntsville
The Rocket City prepares for more growth. Photo via City of Huntsville

Without a doubt, Huntsville has seen a lot of growth. In fact, SAS already had a small office in Huntsville. Now, they’re expanding with the help of their partners NASA and the Department of Defense.

SAS is known for incorporating propulsion, avionics, and launch site tech with aerospace hardware. Did you know, SAS Flight Factory is AS9100D-certified? In other words, it’s certified by the standardized system for building aerospace tech.

SAS will bring 30 more high-tech jobs to the Rocket City. Bringing companies like SAS to this city proves that Huntsville is one of the leaders of tech jobs.

“Alabama is committed to having a business climate that affords underrepresented businesses a reason to locate and thrive here. An innovative small business like SAS will not only bring vitality to our business community but also provide a boost for our efforts to elevate STEM education and careers.”

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