Lockheed Martin GPS III Processing Facility

OZ provided architectural design for the GPS III Processing Facility, which assembles and tests next-generation GPS satellites. Built in Lockheed Martin’s former rocket assembly building, the new GPS III Processing Facility has nearly 40,000 sf of assembly and test areas for new GPS III satellites. A 32,900 sf, SCIF-level, Class 100K clean room high bay serves as the “factory floor” and houses assembly stations, a solar array test fixture, and a space vehicle transfer fixture. A 962 sf thermal vacuum chamber and a 2,880- sf two-story anechoic test chamber are also included within the facility. Lockheed personnel oversee key facility operations in four overhead test control rooms.

Location

Denver, Colorado

Scale

109,000 sf remodel
47,000 sf addition

Practice Areas

Science + Technology

Scope of Services

Architecture
Tenant Improvement

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