Fulcrum Concepts, LLC, has been certified by the Federal Aviation Administration as a Part 145 Repair Station. A ceremony marking the certification was held on Aug. 7 at Fulcrum Headquarters in Mattaponi.
Fulcrum Concepts is owned by Scott Richman of Hayes, and two partners: Stan Wood and Mike Zinanni. A number of its employees are also from Gloucester County.
This distinction means Fulcrum has been authorized by the FAA to perform maintenance, inspection, and repair on the Bell-407 helicopter. The rating complements its already extensive capabilities of rapid prototyping, model-based machining, manufacturing, integration, testing and robust engineering services, a release stated.
“Fulcrum Concepts is a premier customization shop for special mission aircraft,” said Tod Daneker, the company’s Director of Maintenance.
Fulcrum specializes in performing maintenance on the Bell-407 and is able to customize, overhaul, modify, or repair aircraft with the complete backing of the F...
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