With heritage operations dating back to the early 20th century, Lockheed Martin has built its success on long-standing innovation and business excellence as well as strategic acquisitions. Some of our operations conducted over the years, although compliant with relevant laws at the time, resulted in soil or groundwater contamination. Where remedial actions are warranted, Lockheed Martin works collaboratively with regulatory agencies and the communities to remedy the effect of the contamination.

Active Remediation Sites

Akron, Ohio
Lockheed Martin acquired the Airdock, a former Goodyear Zeppelin facility, in 1997. Built in 1929, the airship hangar was designed to construct and store lighter-than-air ships,
Beaumont, California
Home to two Lockheed Martin heritage company sites: Potrero Canyon and Laborde Canyon.Both locations used to produce and test solid rocket propellant and motors in the 1960s and early 1970s. Potrero C
Bridgeport, Connecticut
Since 1995 the Sikorsky Aircraft Company, now owned by Lockheed Martin, has occupied a 36-acre site at 1210 South Avenue, Bridgeport, CT that sits on a portion of a peninsula between Cedar Creek and Long Island Sound.
Burbank, California
At a former aircraft-manufacturing complex that operated for more than 60 years, Lockheed Martin works closely with the City of Burbank and U.S. EPA to ensure the operation
Burlington, Massachusetts
Prior to 1995, a Lockheed Martin heritage company produced and tested electronics on a 158-acre site at what is now 1 Network Drive in Burlington, Massachussetts.
East Windsor, New Jersey
This site was home to one of Lockheed Martin acquisition companies that had satellite development and manufacturing operations from 1957 to 1998.
Goldendale, Washington
In 1971, Martin Marietta — which later merged with Lockheed to form Lockheed Martin Corporation — purchased the Harvey Aluminum plant several miles south of Goldendale, Washington.
Great Neck, New York
As a result of historical operations, there are contaminants present at the site in the groundwater, soil, sediments and soil vapor.
Liverpool, New York
Remediation of the Bloody Brook Voluntary Cleanup Site is complete. The work began at the most upstream portion of the site (the wooded area near the NYS Thruway) in 2014 and was completed in spring 2017.
Martin State Airport, Maryland
Located on 750 acres of waterfront property in Middle River, Md., the Glenn L. Martin State Airport is operated as a general aviation facility by the Maryland Aviation Administration (MAA).
Middle River, Maryland
In 1928, Glenn L. Martin, an early pioneer in aircraft manufacturing and the founder of the Glenn L. Martin Company, a Lockheed Martin heritage company, purchased land in Middle River, Maryland.
Moorestown, New Jersey
The facility located at 199 Borton Landing Road in Moorestown, NJ opened in 1954. Originally a vegetable farm, the land was purchased and converted into a manufacturing site by RCA.
North Plainfield, New Jersey
In 1953, Stavid Engineering built an 80-acre industrial site that sits in the boroughs of Watchung and North Plainfield, N.J. Lockheed Corporation, a predecessor to Lockheed Martin Corporation.
Redlands, Loma Linda, Riverside, California
From 1954 to 1974, Lockheed Propulsion Company, a forerunner to Lockheed Martin, operated a 500-acre rocket motor production facility at 1500 Crafton Avenue, Mentone, California.
San Diego, CA
Harbor Island – East Basin: Former Tow Basin and Marine Terminal and Railway San Diego, California
Seattle, Washington
Lockheed West Seattle (formerly known as Shipyard Number 2) is located on Elliott Bay in Seattle, Washington.
Tallevast, Florida
The Lockheed Martin Groundwater Treatment Facility, formerly the Loral American Beryllium Company (ABC) site, is situated on slightly more than five acres in Tallevast, Florida.
The Dalles, Oregon
The City of The Dalles, Oregon, is situated in the north-central part of the state on the Columbia River, the nation's second largest river.
Utica, New York
From the early 1950s through 1993, the General Electric Company (GE) manufactured, assembled and tested electrical components for the defense and aerospace industries at the French Road facility in Ut
Valley Forge, Pennsylvania
The Lockheed Martin campus in Valley Forge, PA, has been an industrial property since the early 1960s.
Wilmington, Massachusetts
From 1970 to 1989, GE Aerospace, a Lockheed Martin heritage company, operated its Aerospace Instruments Control Systems Department.