American Systems to Open Larger Facility in Connecticut; Peter Smith Quoted

Jeff Brody
Peter Smith

TYSONS CORNER, VA, January 30, 2020 — American Systems expects to transfer its current operations in  Norwich, Conn., to a bigger facility at Stanley Israelite Business Park by March, ExecutiveBiz reported Jan. 22.

The Norwich Bulletin reported Jan. 20 the new facility will be 10K square feet larger than the current space it occupies in the same office park.

Peter Smith, president and CEO at American Systems and a three-time Wash100 winner, said the company plans to employ an additional 50 personnel to increase its workforce size in the city to 150.

Smith added the larger location will mean more space for the company’s manufacturing, inventory and laboratory functions.

American Systems is headquartered in Chantilly, Va., and offers procurement and lifecycle support, engineering and analysis, test and evaluation, training and enterprise information technology services to the government sector.

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