Latest News About Max Q
"The work on the Max Q development, starting with Northrop Grumman's facility, is going to be incredibly important for years to come. The U.S. Air Force and Thunderbird Kirtland Development LLC signed a 50-year enhanced use lease to develop the Max Q in October 2020."
—Sen. Martin Heinrich
"Having the new facility located in close proximity to the Air Force Research Laboratory, the Space Rapid Capabilities Office and the Space Systems Command — all of which have a presence at Kirtland Air Force Base — can help speed up the development of Northrop Grumman satellites and other space products and technologies. It lets our people and our customer teams work hand-in-hand on emerging threats … in a very effective and efficient and fast way, which is really needed today,"
—Matt Verock, Vice President of Northrop Grumman's Space Security Systems
Northrop Grumman is expanding its New Mexico operations by moving its space systems and cybersecurity operations workers into a new location – a technology hub being built at Kirtland Air Force Base. About 100 employees will move from its current offices near the Albuquerque International Sunport into Max Q, the name for the tech hub.…Read More
MaxQ at Kirtland, a new mixed-use development located on Kirtland Air Force Base (AFB), held a ribbon cutting with Northrop Grumman on its first phase. MaxQ is designed to transform more than 70 acres of vacant land on the AFB into approximately 1 million square feet of office, laboratory and retail space. The site is…Read More
Northrop Grumman Corporation (NYSE: NOC) opened its new facility to support space systems engineering, integrated mission operations and cybersecurity services for Kirtland Air Force Base and other U.S. military customers. U.S. Senator Martin Heinrich, Senator Ben Ray Lujan and Cyrus Dhalla, vice president and general manager, tactical space systems, Northrop Grumman, attended the event. Matt…Read More
A defense contractor is the first to set up shop at a new multi-use development at Kirtland Air Force Base. Northrop Grumman cut the ribbon Thursday on a new 27,000-square-foot building located at the Max Q site. The facility supports space systems, engineering, cybersecurity services, and integrated mission operations for Kirtland and its other military…Read More
Northrop Grumman on Thursday unveiled the company’s new Albuquerque facility — the first piece of a technology hub being built at Kirtland Air Force Base. The national aerospace and defense company plans to use the 27,000-square-foot facility for space systems and cybersecurity operations and employ around 100 people in Albuquerque, said Matt Verock, vice president…Read More
Northrop Grumman became the first tenant to officially open shop at Albuquerque’s emerging MaxQ business center Thursday afternoon, reflecting a major advance in efforts to turn an empty lot on Kirtland Air Force Base into a bustling, high-tech development complex. Northrop Grumman held a ribbon-cutting ceremony for its new 27,000-square-foot facility, where the company will…Read More
Operations will support Kirtland Air Force Base and U.S. military customers Northrop Grumman Corporation (NYSE: NOC) has begun construction on a new building in Albuquerque. The 25,000-square-foot facility will support space systems engineering and integrated mission operations services to Kirtland Air Force Base and other U.S. military customers. “This expansion will enhance our ability to…Read More
MaxQ at Kirtland, a new mixed-use development located on Kirtland Air Force Base has broken ground on its first phase. MaxQ is designed to transform more than 70 acres of vacant land on the air force base into approximately 1 million square feet of office, laboratory and retail space. The site is just north of…Read More