Aviation, Aerospace & Defense

Celebrating 100+ years of service to aviation, aerospace and defense. Learn more and watch our 100th anniversary video

Aerospace & Defense

The Austin Company is a global leader in the design, engineering and building of facilities for the world’s foremost commercial and military aerospace and defense organizations. With more than 100 years’ experience, Austin has planned, designed, engineered and constructed more than 50 million SF of facilities for this industry worldwide. With this experience, Austin is well-versed in the stringent compliance of regulatory requirements set forth by the U.S. Department of Defense.

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The Austin Company serves the defense industry’s leading contractors, subcontractors, suppliers and government agencies, creating highly-technical and complex operations and production facilities to support critical aerospace and defense programs that reinforce our nation’s security. From facilities that develop unmanned aerial vehicles to those that mitigate electronic threats, Austin’s experience with cutting-edge technologies and high-reliability systems is unmatched.

Aviation

In addition, The Austin Company has been a leading planner, designer, engineer and constructor of aviation facilities for the air transportation industry since the 1910's. Today, Austin continues to provide solutions for major U.S. airlines and airports, commercial and military aircraft manufacturers, business jet manufacturers, military installations, and numerous related companies, such as air cargo and package express carriers, third party aircraft maintenance companies, and catering companies.

Austin’s success in serving a wide-range of clients can be attributed to our professionals’ in-depth understanding of highly-specialized and technical requirements unique to this industry. Defense and air transportation facilities must be designed for security, reliability and flexibility. The Austin Company’s multidisciplinary approach to planning, designing, engineering and constructing these facilities ensures that all operations function in harmony.

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