Boeing plans to expand its manufacturing site in Helena, Mont. by nearly 50%—a $35 million expansion of over 55,000 sq ft, boosting the Boeing Helena facility to a total of 167,099 sq ft. Construction is due to start in the fall, with completion estimated for late 2014. The project will expand the south side of the existing facility. Boeing Helena’s plant manufactures titanium and other hard-metal structures for its commercial aircraft, including the 737, 747-8, 767 and 787 ...

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