A guide for personnel and visitors on the Base campus of the Central Ohio Aerospace and Technology Center.
The Heath-Newark-Licking County Port Authority manages the former Newark Air Force Base which was privatized in 1996 and named the Central Ohio Aerospace and Technology Center (C.O.A.T.C.).
To the local community and in the minds of many who had contact with the facility when it was an Air Force Base, this place will always be “The Base.” Now, after successful Privatization in Place, The Aerospace Center is home to Fortune 100 companies and small businesses alike. There are 27 different employers located at the Aerospace Center.
Get to know Boeing-Heath and the other customers complete with links to more information.
A quick reference guide for job seekers looking to seek out vacant positions at the Aerospace Center.
Recreation, food, and day care facilities are nearby and accessible in support of the area’s already strong quality of life.
Understand the history of the Air Force’s first effort at Privatization-in-Place transitioning from Air Force Base to business campus.
Here’s how to get to the Aerospace Center.
The Port Authority has on-site regulations for smoking, parking, traffic, and carrying of weapons.