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Rohr Edgemont, California
Rohr Edgemont's facility celebrated their grand opening on May 7, 1979 and employed 74 people. The Edgemont facility supported the Riverside plant and was located 13 miles from Rohr Riverside. It was located at 22201 Alessandro Boulevard, near March Air Force Base, on 20 acres. One building was 76,200 square feet which included office space of 3,500 square feet and a lunchroom. The second building was 63,480 square fee with office space of 2,520 square feet. The parking lot could accommodate 160 vehicles. Rohr Edgemont included the CL-600 Apron, Access and Fan Duct operations; DC-10/A-300 and CNS Wing and Tail Cowls production; 747 Side Cowls and Fan Ducts departments, and 747 SKirt Beam and Fan Ducts departments (Rohr News, May 25, 1979).
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Last updated: 07-07-2020