Arcturus Aerospace officially opened a new 15,780 square feet manufacturing facility in Southwest Little Rock. The Little Rock Chamber of Commerce, who assisted with the company relocation from California, organized and hosted the ribbon cutting ceremony on August 13, 2020.
Arcturus Aerospace is an AS9100D certified facility that produces CNC machined parts for commercial aircraft, military aircraft, and Formula One racecars.
Arcturus Aerospace was proud to welcome Governor Asa Hutchinson, Mayor Frank Scott, Jr., Rene Julian (President of First Community Bank), Mike Preston (AEDC), and Judge Barry Hyde as well as other community leaders and business owners to the opening which included a tour of the facility.
Mark Greenwell left Arkansas over 33-years ago to begin his career in the US Navy aviation service working with F-18’s and HH60 Sea Hawk helicopters. Arcturus Aerospace is proud to be veteran-owned and operated and continue that legacy of excellence by employing the latest machining technology to produce parts for government and commercial aerospace companies from their new manufacturing facility in Little Rock, Arkansas.