TRM Microwave breaks ground on addition in Bedford

New two-story space to house expanded manufacturing, production capacity

TTrm Microwave Rendering 2.28.21 Small72RM Microwave, a manufacturer of components used by the defense and aerospace industries has broken ground on 13,696-square-foot, two-story addition to its Bedford headquarters.

The expanded space, being built by Sullivan Construction of Bedford, will provide added manufacturing and production capacity to meet increased customer demands, the company said. Completion date is October.

In addition, TRM said it plans to expand its workforce going forward.

“By nearly doubling our space, TRM Microwave enters the new decade with increased capabilities and efficiency for supporting the critical demand of the national defense industry,” said Wendy Tirollo, CEO and owner of the firm. “Our ability to remain agile in an ever-changing world and market space while still maintaining our extraordinarily high standards for custom product development, prototyping, manufacturing and testing remain the key components for our continued success and growth.”

Tirollo said the industries TRM serves have been identified as part of the critical infrastructure sector by the Department of Homeland Security, and the company has remained open to maintain regular production, making sure to take “all necessary precautions to ensure the safety of its employees and customers as its highest priority.”

TRM Microwave’s customers include BAE Systems, Boeing, General Dynamics, L3Harris Technologies, Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman and Raytheon.

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