The MAPC  Baltimore office is a 56,000 square foot engineering and fabrication facility located near a Historically Underutilized Business (HUB) zone, with direct deep water access to Baltimore Harbor. This site was once a Liberty Ship construction site with 384 ships built by 37,000 workers between 1942 and 1945. Across the water is Fort McHenry, site of the battle that inspired Francis Scott Key to write our National Anthem during the War of 1812.

The fabrication area is equipped with two 30-ton bridge cranes, CNC machining capability, TIG and MIG welding equipment, vehicle lifts, and specialized tools for testing specific military systems. We have in-house capability to solder to J-STD-001 standards. The electrical fabrication and test laboratory is outfitted with an array of equipment for RF signal processing and control.

From our 10,600 square foot facility in Brunswick, Maine, we work in close concert with Maine based manufacturers such as Bath Iron Works, Maine Tool and Machine, and Kenway Corporation, providing cutting edge engineering and prototyping services.

MAPC Baltimore
1850 Frankfurst Avenue
Baltimore, Maryland, USA 21226-1024
Phone: (+1) 443-524-3330 x 134
Contact: Elizabeth Hines, Manager, Business Development

MAPC Maine
9 Industrial Parkway
Suite 4
Brunswick, Maine, USA  04011-7315
Phone: (+1) 207-837-6175, ext. 203