Northrop Grumman

Projects Locations throughout North America

Nearly 1,000 Projects Over the Past Three Decades

Mueller’s work for Northrop Grumman—and its predecessor company, Westinghouse—dates to 1976 when the firm was tasked with engineering for the E3A Test Area, testing sites for the U.S. Air Force’s Airborne Warning and Control System. Mueller has since completed nearly 1,000 projects for the Fortune 500 defense industry giant. Work has been completed for projects throughout Maryland and as far away as Chihuahua, Mexico; and has included system design for manufacturing, assembly, and testing spaces; laboratory retrofits; clean room engineering; and comprehensive infrastructure upgrades. Recent assignments include engineering for a 100,000-square-foot expansion to Northrop Grumman’s Central Services Building near BWI Airport.

Client History

Nearly 1,000 projects including:
Central Services Building
Denro/VIS Relocation
CRC/PAO Training Facility
ATL FO27 Clean Room Upgrade
East Building Office and Lab Relocation
Antenna Test Facility Cooling Tower Replacement
BWI Main Substation Expansion
SAF IV High-Bay Integration Facility
Friendship Square RAL Relocation
Flex Electronics Renovation
AIMS Plasma Cleaner Installation
Norwalk Lab Relocation
Complex Mechanical Fabrication
SAF III Facility Upgrades
CRMF Building Chilled Water Plant Improvements
Friendship Square Building Infrastructure System
New Antenna Test Facility
East Building Penthouse, JSF Labs West Expansion
SMT Lab Alterations

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  • Our schedules are critical. We’re looking for a quick turn-around in engineering time, with a high degree of accuracy on the drawings.

    Bob Stryjewski
    Manager of Facilities Engineering, Northrop Grumman
  • Our schedules are critical. We’re looking for a quick turn-around in engineering time, with a high degree of accuracy on the drawings.

    Bob Stryjewski
    Manager of Facilities Engineering, Northrop Grumman