Centerbrook designed the new Additive Manufacturing Center of Excellence at Raytheon Technologies. The Center houses new additive manufacturing facilities covering many materials from polymers to metals.
Location East Hartford, CT
Size 65,000 Sq. Ft.
Program manufacturing centers, training center, conference room, reception area
Year Completed 2018
Photo Credit Derek Hayn/Centerbrook
The project was funded with the assistance of the State of Connecticut Reinvestment Act (CARA) which has enabled RTRC to expand its core capabilities in many areas.
Raytheon Technologies - formerly United Technologies - is headquartered in Connecticut. It researches, develops, and manufactures aircraft engines, aerospace systems, HVAC, elevators, and other products. Raytheon Technologies is a large military contractor.