At TECT Power, our facilities house more than just the latest technology. They hold skilled employees with years of experience at their craft. These able workers add even more technical expertise to TECT Power's years of experience at our five manufacturing facilities. Even though operations are currently based in the U.S., they are all capable and experienced in doing business on a global scale. Each facility has its own areas of expertise that add unique offerings to TECT Power's robust capabilities.

TECT Power Headquarters

TECT Power headquarters is located in the greater Cincinnati metropolitan area in Fort Mitchell, KY. It houses staff that services all of our TECT Power locations.

Directions to TECT Power headquarters

334 Beechwood Road
Suite 303
Fort Mitchell, KY 41017

HR Contact:
Greg Salesses


TECT's Cleveland, OH facility is a recognized worldwide leader in state-of-the-art forging technology with more than 50 years of experience. It's one of the world's leading suppliers of titanium, steel and superalloy forgings for the international gas turbine industry, specializing in state-of-the-art conventional and precision airfoil forgings. The facility has approximately 200,000 square feet and houses one of the largest mechanical presses in the U.S.

Nadcap Accredited

In 2018 TECT Power earned the Nadcap Metallic Materials Manufacturing accreditation and is listed in
www.eAuditNet.com on the Qualified Manufacturers List.

  • Airfoils
  • Critical Rotating Components
  • Forgings

Directions to Cleveland facility

23555 Euclid Ave.
Suite 106
Cleveland, OH 44117

HR Contact:
David Stepanski

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The Thomasville, GA operation produces large and medium fan blades, inlet and outlet guide vanes, and small compressor blades. Located in the heart of south Georgia on 23 acres, the Thomasville operation serves a multitude of customers in the aerospace and power generation industries. The plant encompasses more than 166,000 square feet.

Directions to Thomasville facility

1211 Old Albany Road
Thomasville, GA 31792

HR Contact:
Greg Salesses

Santa Fe Springs

The Santa Fe Springs Operation produces very complex machined components such as, integrally bladed rotors (IBR) / bladed disk (blisk), diffusers, impellers and outlet guide vane. Using both conventional machining and EDM. Located in Southern California, the Santa Fe Springs operation serves a multitude of domestic and international customers in the aerospace industry. The plant encompasses more than 90,000 square feet.

Directions to Santa Fe facility

8839 Pioneer Blvd
Santa Fe Springs, CA 90670

HR Contact:
Andi Ly


TECT's Utica, NY facility manufactures a variety of engine-ready components for an impressive array of aerospace and industrial gas turbine customers. It specializes in forging, machining and grinding. The operation was founded in 1895, and its more than 110 years of experience includes manufacturing airfoils for the first jet engines and components for the Saturn V rocket that launched the Apollo program into space. The Utica plant has more than 240,000 square feet.

Directions to Utica facility

8273 Halsey Road
Whitesboro, NY 13492

HR Contact:
Donna Prentice


The Wichita, KS location is home to TECT Power's large diameter conventional turning facility. Wichita specializes in multi-axis and conventional turning in a 22,000 square feet facility.

Directions to Wichita facility

2019 Southwest Boulevard
Wichita, KS 67213

HR Contact:
Donna Prentice