A company that provides aviation maintenance tracking services is moving into a larger facility at Northrock Business Park at 34th and Rock Road.
Camp Systems is moving from its 9,000-square-foot space at 8200 E. 34th St. North, No. 1601, to a 14,125-square-foot space at 8201 E. 34th St. North, No. 1101.
The new space is located in a 16,000-square-foot building Anderson Management Co. the business parks developer built last year, Anderson Management said in a news release Monday.
The move is expected to be complete by Feb. 11.
The company provides maintenance tracking and monitoring to owners of aircraft manufactured by Wichitas three aircraft manufacturers Cessna, Hawker Beechcraft and Bombardier Learjet as well as Dassault Falcon, Bombardier Aerospace, Embraer and Boeing Business Jets. Camp is the evolution of an abbreviation for computerized aircraft maintenance programs, according to its website.
The New York-based company operates six offices in the U.S. and Canada and one each in Paris, France, and Hyderabad, India. Company officials said Camp Systems entered Wichita about a decade ago.
In July 2012, it expanded its Wichita operations through the acquisition of local firm Avtrak. Camp Systems is looking to put its local employees and Avtrak staff in a single location with the larger building at Northrock.
We just wanted to bring everybody together, John Nelson, Camp Systems senior vice president, said in a telephone interview Monday
Nelson said that the company has 75 employees in Wichita. Most of those employees are analysts airframe and power plant technicians or former production employees of local aircraft manufacturers who track the maintenance of aircraft owned by flight departments or individuals.
The local office is led by general manager Shawn Crandall.
Camp Systems is a privately held company owned by GTCR, a Chicago-based, multi-billion-dollar private equity firm.