Northrop Grumman celebrates expansion with ribbon cutting in Chandler

State and city dignitaries celebrated the ribbon cutting at Northrop Grumman in Chandler on Nov. 12. (Courtesy Chandler Chamber of Commerce)
State and city dignitaries celebrated the ribbon cutting at Northrop Grumman in Chandler on Nov. 12. (Courtesy Chandler Chamber of Commerce)

State and city dignitaries celebrated the ribbon cutting at Northrop Grumman in Chandler on Nov. 12. (Courtesy Chandler Chamber of Commerce)

Northrop Grumman celebrated a ribbon cutting of its new, 633,000-square-foot complex in Chandler on Nov. 12. The new building is home to about 2,500 employees focused on missile defense work at located at 1575 S. Price Road.

Dignitaries from the city and state were on hand at the celebration, including Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey.


"Arizona is a national leader in aerospace and defense technology, and Northrop Grumman is a major contributor to this critical industry in our state," said Ducey in a press release from the city. "Arizona is proud to be chosen as the home for this important headquarters, and we thank Northrop Grumman for continuing to invest and expand in our state."
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