New business at regional airport expected to create 30+ jobs

Quinton Sheppard - Posted on Sep 19, 2012 - 01:35 PM
Photo: Fulcrum Concepts, LLC ,broke ground Monday afternoon at its new headquarters, which will be adjacent to the Middle Peninsula Regional Airport, Mattaponi. Virginia Lt. Gov. Bill Bolling delivered the keynote address. Shown, from left, are Tom Smiley, vice chair of the Middle Peninsula Regional Airport Authority; Sherrin Alsop, chair of the King and Queen County Board of Supervisors; Bolling, and Fulcrum managing members Mike Zinanni, Scott Richman and Stan Wood. Photo by Quinton Sheppard

Fulcrum Concepts, LLC ,broke ground Monday afternoon at its new headquarters, which will be adjacent to the Middle Peninsula Regional Airport, Mattaponi. Virginia Lt. Gov. Bill Bolling delivered the keynote address. Shown, from left, are Tom Smiley, vice chair of the Middle Peninsula Regional Airport Authority; Sherrin Alsop, chair of the King and Queen County Board of Supervisors; Bolling, and Fulcrum managing members Mike Zinanni, Scott Richman and Stan Wood. Photo by Quinton Sheppard

 
Fulcrum Concepts, LLC, a veteran-owned small business that could create up to 30 or more jobs for the Middle Peninsula, broke ground Monday afternoon at its new headquarters, which will be adjacent to the Middle Peninsula Regional Airport, Mattaponi.
 
Virginia Lt. Gov. Bill Bolling delivered the keynote address at the groundbreaking ceremony.
 
Fulcrum provides full spectrum integrated solutions to customers with unique tactical requirements and is made up almost exclusively of retired Army Special Operations personnel from a variety of disciplines.
 
The company is investing $4.6 million to provide aircraft integration of specialized weaponry and avionics as well as maintenance operations, according to Ibbie Hedrick, spokesperson for Bolling’s office.