Redwire has locations and facilities strategically located in proximity to key customers and universities.
The Redwire facility in Jacksonville, FL serves as the corporate headquarters and boasts 37,000 square feet of space and working areas for prototyping and manufacture/test of flight hardware. The facility also houses professional office areas to facilitate design, analysis, meetings, and other professional functions.
The Redwire facility in Albuquerque, NM specializes in mechanical, structural, and thermal technologies for satellite and space launch applications from concept-to-flight through the entire design-build-test-deliver cycle.
Products and services that utilize the facility’s unique capabilities include space mechanisms, multi-payload launch adapters, structural testing, deployable composite booms, deployable space structures, R&D engineering, spacecraft thermal management components, and thermal analysis.
The Redwire advanced technology campus in Goleta, CA is comprised of large high-bay class 100,000 clean rooms. These working areas provide ample space for prototyping and manufacturing and conducting flight tests. The campus also contains professional working office areas to facilitate design, analysis, meetings, and other professional functions.
Redwire’s Greenville, Indiana facility is located approximately ten miles north of Louisville, Kentucky.
This vertically-integrated facility includes everything Redwire engineers, scientists and technicians need to design, fabricate, assemble, test, verify and operate complex and effective spaceflight research and manufacturing payloads and spacecraft control systems.
Kennedy Space Center, FL
Redwire’s Kennedy Space Center facility includes office space, engineering laboratories for hardware refurbishment and preflight integration, science laboratories capable of supporting preflight and postflight activities, and several environmental chambers that can mimic the ambient environment of various spacecraft for the conduction of ground reference control experiments. Additionally, on-orbit payload operations can be supported directly from this facility.
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The Redwire facility in Littleton, Colorado supports the design, development, integration, testing, and operations of science, technology, and exploration spacecraft.
The Redwire facility in Longmont, Colorado specializes in the design, manufacture, integration, and test of critical spacecraft components. The facility is staffed with an accomplished team of engineers and operations personnel with a diverse range of critical skills, decades of mission experience, and a passion to develop unique component solutions satisfying demanding customer needs and built to exacting quality standards.
Luxembourg City, LU
The Redwire Europe facility in Luxembourg City, LU designs and develops robotic arms for orbital and free-flying missions, to support and enable activities such as satellite servicing and refueling, in-space manufacturing, debris capture, payload management, and more.
The Redwire facility in Marlboro, Massachusetts specializes in the design, manufacture, integration, and test of spacecraft components. The facility is staffed with an accomplished team of engineers with a diverse range of critical skills and decades of mission experience developing turnkey space systems that are integrated in our state-of-the-art cleanroom facility and built to exacting quality standards.