Northrop Grumman

Nationwide

More Than 1,000 Projects Over the Past Five Decades

Mueller’s work for Northrop Grumman—and its predecessor company, Westinghouse—dates to 1976 when the firm was first tasked with engineering the E3A Test Area, testing sites for the U.S. Air Force’s Airborne Warning and Control System. Mueller has since completed more than 1,000 projects for the Fortune 500 defense industry giant, a majority for its Mission Systems division. Work has been completed throughout Maryland, the Northeast, and in Mexico and Puerto Rico. Projects have ranged in complexity and sensitivity including system design for industrial process facilities; electronics testing and assembly spaces; laboratory retrofits; engineering for cleanrooms, anechoic chambers, plating facilities, and secure areas; office fit-outs; equipment utility upgrades; and comprehensive infrastructure upgrades. The size and construction values of these projects are confidential.   

Our work with Northrop Grumman involves consistently meeting fast-track schedules and adapting to evolving requirements. Just as Northrop Grumman responds to the ever-changing needs of its clients, Mueller quickly adjusts our perspectives and approaches while remaining focused on the objectives and overall mission. We collaborate closely with client representatives to meet exacting standards for these mission-critical assignments. Tasks have included engineering for a 100,000-square-foot expansion to Northrop Grumman’s Central Services Building near BWI Airport, phased facility infrastructure improvements at the company’s Sykesville campus, and a central plant expansion and utility infrastructure upgrade at the Applied Technology Lab in Baltimore. To learn more about how Mueller’s team collaborates, innovates, and leads the way in meeting the pressing needs of Northrop Grumman, read our On Point roundtable interview: Engineering Support for Mission-Critical Systems.

Note: Photos for representational purposes only; not an actual project

Client History

2020: East Building AIMS Area
2019: East Building Penthouse Additions
2019: East Building Second Floor
2019: Annapolis Junction Test Expansion
2019: East Building Penthouse Bay 41 Renovations
2019: ATL A, B, C, & M Modules Process Cooling System Upgrades
2019: Stoney Run Radiating Lab
2019: Martin State Airport/Hanger Addition
2019: ATL Center Addition & New Central Utility Building
2019: Sykesville Facility Conformal Coat Room Relocation
2019: East Bldg AIMS X-Ray Router
2019: West Quest B 1st Floor Lab
2018: TMP Press Cooling Water
2018: ATL I Mod Step 7 Centura
2018: East Building 1st Floor Innovation Center
2018: West Quest C 1st Floor Emmulator
2018: Blueberry Hill Radiating Lab
2018: East Bldg Replace Cooling Tower & CW Pumps
2018: ATL I-Mod AHU Replacement
2018: West Quest A&B CHW Upgrade Replacement Chillers
More than 1,000 projects since 1976

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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
    Former 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
    Former Manager of Facilities Engineering, Northrop Grumman