FREDERICK — Hirsh Precision Products Inc., a manufacturer for the aerospace, medical device and scientific sectors, has completed its facility relocation from Boulder to Frederick. The 65,000-square-foot facility will be the company’s new headquarters and permit growth expansion.
Hirsh Precision has completed renovations of its headquarters’ production floor and office space since it announced its relocation in 2022 from 6420 Odell Place in Boulder to 4300 Godding Hollow Parkway in Frederick. The facility, which includes new investments in machining technology and automation, sits near Interstate 25.
“Our new facility is a game-changer for our customers because we now have space to increase production capacity, meaning shorter lead times and the ability to meet growing demand,” Steve Hirsh, company founder and director of engineering, said in a written statement. “For the first time in years, our team has room to employ higher levels of automation, which will help keep manufacturing costs down. The expanded facility opens up possibilities for collaborative interaction with our customers where we can co-create solutions that address their needs,” he said.
The new facility has a 60,000-square-foot production floor — three times larger than its previous location. Hirsh said in a press statement that the company now has the capacity to expand its three-track manufacturing operation to include rapid prototyping, new part introduction, and full-scale automated production. The new facility will also accommodate vertically integrated, post-machining processes such as finishing, assembly, and smart order fulfillment, resulting in improved lead times and just-in-time shipments, the company said.
“This new facility supports our vision to enable innovation for high growth medical and aerospace OEMs (original equipment manufacturers). It’s the right next step in executing our strategy, allowing us to combine our capabilities, creativity and experience into a differentiated manufacturing solution. We’re grateful for the trust our customers have placed in us to strengthen our offering and we’re excited for what the future holds,” said Peter Doyle, president and CEO of Hirsh.