Aerojet Rocketdyne Holdings Inc. is on track to complete construction next year at its Chatsworth campus on new buildings and manufacturing lines for the rocket engines to power humans back to the moon – and potentially to Mars.
The El Segundo company’s Aerojet Rocketdyne subsidiary is repurposing existing buildings as well as constructing two new ones, along with buying new equipment to fill them.
According to Fernando Vivero, the site lead at the San Fernando Valley location who has overall responsibility of the day to day operations, the two-year, $60 million building project is expected to be complete in the second quarter of next year.
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