Gulfstream Aerospace Invests $25 Million To Expand Brunswick, Georgia, Golden Isles Airport Service Center
The company signed a lease with the Brunswick and Glynn County Development Authority to develop a $25 million, 110,000-square-foot/10,219-square-meter maintenance repair and overhaul facility near its two existing hangars. The expansion is expected to create 100 additional jobs, a 50 percent increase in the size of Gulfstream Brunswick’s current workforce. Gulfstream is also expanding its Savannah facilities through a $500 million, seven-year plan that has already resulted in more than 2,500 new Gulfstream jobs in three years.
“Brunswick played a significant role in what was a record-setting 2013 for our service organization worldwide,” said Mark Burns, President, Gulfstream Product Support. “The growth of our fleet has increased the demand for aircraft maintenance and refurbishment. Expanding in Brunswick keeps us well-positioned to continue to provide the best customer service and product support available.”
Gulfstream Brunswick, located about 75 miles south of Gulfstream headquarters in Savannah, has been a company site since 1992. It is home to a service center and completions facility spread over approximately 55,000 square feet/5,110 square meters of hangar space. In 2013, its employees serviced more than 150 aircraft. The service center is a certified U.S. Federal Aviation Administration, European Aviation Safety Agency and Transport Canada repair station.
“We are honored when international companies such as Gulfstream choose to call Georgia home,” Gov. Nathan Deal said. “Our more than 20-year partnership with Gulfstream underscores its faith in our business climate and skilled workforce. This expansion will have a significant economic impact on Brunswick and Glynn County.
“This expansion would not be possible without the efforts of many, including Gov. Deal and his team at the Georgia Department of Economic Development, the Glynn County commissioners, the Brunswick and Glynn County Development Authority and the Glynn County Airport Commission,” said Jay Neely, Vice President, Law and Public Affairs, Gulfstream. “We are very thankful for their support in ensuring this project’s success.”
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