Calcomp, Inc. Announces Relocation of Headquarters to Fort Worth, Texas

Calcomp, Inc., a composites manufacturer for the aerospace industry, announced on April 20, 2016, plans to relocate from Santa Fe Springs, California to Fort Worth, Texas.  Calcomp, represented by Christopher Schafer and Damian Rivera of E Smith Realty Partners, executed a ten-year lease for a new principal place of business at 1001 NE Loop 820 Suite 425, Fort Worth, TX 76131.  The move supports Calcomp’s strategy of cost-competitiveness and continuous improvement.

This relocation allows Calcomp to take advantage of Fort Worth’s strong talent pool and business friendly environment to continue to build the company into a leading provider of composites for the aerospace industry.  “We considered several sites in Arizona, Nevada, Texas and Utah, but Fort Worth’s existing aviation infrastructure clearly made this city stand out as the best location for Calcomp’s new facility,” said President Fred Donnelley in a statement.  Calcomp plans to relocate fifteen to twenty employees from California and plans to hire approximately 35 employees in North Texas.

About Calcomp, Inc.

Founded in 1989, Calcomp, Inc., is a privately owned business that specializes in manufacturing aircraft APU engine composite ducting for the world’sleading aerospace companies.


Fred Donnelley