Intrex Aerospace, a precision Computer Numerical Control machining company dedicated to the aerospace and defense industries, is relocating to Thornton, Colorado, with plans to add 50 employees during the next five years.
Intrex Aerospace currently employs 70 people and plans to be operational by mid-year, Thornton Colorado Economic Development said.
“Our team is excited to move to a larger building of nearly 75,000 square feet that will improve our process flow, “ said LaVonda Jeffrey, President of Intrex Aerospace. “The City of Thornton, Adams County Economic Development and CBRE have been great resources during the relocation process”.
“Intrex was attracted to the quality of the building and the heavy power that existed in the facility. The 12777 Claude Court facility offered them the ability to expand their business while keeping real estate costs reasonable,” said Tyler Carner, First Vice President of CBRE Brokerage. Intrex Aerospace directly ties into Adams County’s aerospace and advanced manufacturing industry clusters, making the City of Thornton a perfect fit for the company’s growth projections and hiring needs.
“In order to streamline the move as well as to create a world-class operation, Intrex has been working with Colorado Association for Manufacturing and Technology to optimize the facility layout for the new site in Thornton,” commented CAMT Regional Director, Aleta Sherman. “It has been really exciting work and gratifying to assist a company with such a strong culture of employee involvement and empowerment.”