Aircraft development and engineering is a precision industry. The smallest flaw can have a disastrous effect, especially when working on experimental avionics and other sensitive systems. In this fast-paced and often-stressful work environment, the last thing anyone on a development team wants to worry about is the environment in which they work.
HVAC systems are important parts of any modern manufacturing plant, but when that plant is fabricating components for the Department of Defense or the National Aeronautics and Space Administration they can be even more mission-critical. In dealing with explosives, chemicals and other extremely hazardous compounds, environmental control cannot be left to sub-par or cut-rate systems.
That’s why when Lockheed Martin, one of the world’s largest defense, aerospace, global-security and advanced-technology companies was looking for an HVAC system for one of their facilities, they opted to work with Trumbull Campbell Associates to choose their solution.
For the organization that developed and built the innovative F-22 Raptor and F-35 Lightning II fighters, Trumbull Campbell Associates selected ClimateCraft, an HVAC system provider with a history of developing high-tech and cutting edge products through advanced manufacturing processes. By leveraging our experience with ClimateCraft’s unique approach, we found a dynamic solution for one of the United States’ truly dynamic companies.