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Rocketdyne (now Aerojet Rocketdyne)
Projects (1986-Present)

Canoga Avenue/De Soto Avenue facilities, Canoga Park, CA

Client: Rocketdyne (now Aerojet Rocketdyne)

TWG has been a consulting architectural firm for the western San Fernando Valley facilities of Rocketdyne for nearly 30 years as well as a provider of facilities design for its former cousin, the Rockwell Science Center (now Teledyne Scientific & Imaging). Perhaps best known as maker of the SSME (Space Shuttle Main Engine), the Rocketdyne division also is responsible for launching NASA’s Apollo program into space with its F-1 rocket engine. (An updated version of the F-1 currently is in development for deep-space exploration.) Industrial engineering, landscape design and space planning (solely terrestrial) are all part of the services we provide for Aerojet Rocketdyne, including facility-planning support on an out-source basis. TWG is part of the site’s Emergency Response Team in case of a natural disaster.

Recent work (selected):

Design for Rapid Prototyping/3D printing area (B.101)
Design for secure proposal area (B.102)
Design for VTC equipment (B.101)
Design for renovation of Tooling area (B.101)
Design for new ‘pre-clean’ dip tank H7 occupancy
Design for new dye-penetrant inspection line
Relocate Machining Operation (B.001-B.101) (100,000 sf)
Relocate Experimental Machine Center (B.101)
Renovation of offices (B.102) (80,000 sf)
New labs/offices for Space Station Propulsion Systems (50,000 sf)

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