Long Beach Boeing
The Boeing Company selected MemorialCare Health System for a first-of-its-kind customized health plan option in California for almost all of Boeing’s employees and their dependents in the Long Beach, South Bay and Orange County communities.
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The City of Long Beach is preparing for the pending closure of Boeing’s C-17 production facilities. A $3.9 million grant from the U.S. Department of Defense Office of Economic Adjustment will help the City develop a comprehensive transition plan for the plant and surrounding site, its workforce, and businesses in the region’s manufacturing cluster.
Members of the Beach Cruisers (from left) Caleb Foley, Garrett Doer, Matt Addeman, Nicole Harris and Matthew Anderson teamed up to win the Boeing Co.’s 2013 California State University, Long Beach Case Study Competition.
A group of five business and engineering students won The Boeing Co.’s 2013 Cal State Long Beach (CSULB) Case Study Competition, a contest that tests a team’s finance, market research and global strategy skills on an aerospace industry inspired business case.
“While the desire for the C-17’s capabilities is high, budgets cannot support additional purchases in the timing required to keep the production line open,” said Boeing’s Dennis Muilenburg.
Boeing [NYSE: BA] will complete production of the C-17 Globemaster III and close the C-17 final assembly facility in Long Beach, Calif.
“Smart Grid: How Smart Is It?” will be the topic of a panel discussion at California State University Long Beach (CSULB) at 4:00 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 27, at the Pointe Event and Conference Center in the Walter Pyramid.
The event begins with registration and an opportunity to network and meet the panel of experts.
In the shadow of the engineering building at Cal State Long Beach, senior mechanical engineering majors Dan Southard (left) and David Pearce show off their electric motocross bike, which took top honors in the university's 2011 Innovation Challenge.
Ellen Skow, who is also a CSULB President's Scholar, will receive the Outstanding Engineering Student Award from OCEC.
Ellen Skow, a senior mechanical engineering major at California State University, Long Beach (CSULB), has received the Outstanding Engineering Student Award from the Orange County Engineering Council (OCEC).
Congresswoman Laura Richardson
Rep. Laura Richardson (CA-37) Commends Pentagon Award of $35 Billion Tanker Contract to Boeing
Friday, February 25, 2011 Congresswoman Laura Richardson applauded the Pentagon’s decision to award Boeing a $35 billion contract to build 179 new air refueling tankers for the U.S.
As part of a transition announced last year, Boeing confirmed that it is moving to a new production rate of ten C-17s per year. The company will reduce C-17 work force by approximately 1,100 jobs through the end of 2012—about 900 of those jobs will be in Long Beach.
Two officials from the City of Long Beach will lead an interactive discussion on Inside City Management: A Discussion of the Structure and Practice of Long Beach City Management at the next Cal State Long Beach (CSULB) Notable Speaker Series.