Re:Build Manufacturing is pleased to announce the acquisition of Denver, Colorado based Answer Engineering, significantly expanding Re:Build’s engineering and development capabilities in the aviation and aerospace industries.
Founded in 2012, Answer Engineering is an aviation and aerospace engineering consulting firm providing design, development, and analysis services to customers across all major aerospace market segments, including commercial aviation, general aviation, defense, urban air mobility, space exploration, launch and communications systems. Answerhas extensive experience in both manned and unmanned aircraft programs and has supported some of the most visible and successful programs in the aerospace industry. Answer offers nearly all disciplines in aerospace engineering including structures, mechanical systems, landing gear systems, aerodynamics, modifications, repairs, and serviceability.
“Joining Re:Build Manufacturing is an exciting next step in the evolution of Answer Engineering. This will allow Answerto offer a greater value to our customers and partners by giving us access to the expansive manufacturing and engineering depth of the entire Re:Build group,” said Dennis Olcott, PhD, PE, Sr. Engineer, and Founder of AnswerEngineering. “I am so impressed by what the team has accomplished so far, and I cannot wait to see how much more we can accomplish for our customers and employees as a part of Re:Build Manufacturing.”
“Answer’s incredible culture and unmatched industry expertise made this a logical choice to continue growing our capabilities,” said Miles Arnone, CEO of Re:Build Manufacturing. “Answer’s ability to drive innovation forward through their expertise across numerous engineeringdisciplines, as well as their deep knowledge of structural design, analysis, and development will certainly set up Re:Build to better serve the market going forward. We will now be able to offer our customers complete design-build capabilities on anything from single components to entire systems in the aviation and aerospace sectors.”
This acquisition marks the 10th for Re:Build Manufacturing since November 2020, and is another step forward for the business as it seeks to build America’s next generation of industrial companies, and to revitalize engineering and manufacturing as core competencies in the U.S.