Corporate Structure

TECT is a group of privately held aerospace companies wholly owned by Kenneth Glass and family. It currently consists of two business units: TECT Aerospace and TECT Power. With their fully integrated supply chain, these business units bring unprecedented speed to the manufacturing process as one-stop shops for components and assemblies TECT has more than $450 million in revenues annually, 2,000 employees and 2.4 million square feet of manufacturing space spread throughout its manufacturing facilities in the United States.

TECT Aerospace
TECT Aerospace

TECT Aerospace manufactures structural and mechanical components and assemblies for commercial, military, business and general aviation aircraft. It currently has nine facilities located in Wichita, Park City and Wellington, Kan., as well as in Kent, Everett and Woodinville, Wash.

TECT Power
TECT Power

TECT Power manufactures critical rotating components of turbine engines for aviation and industrial applications, as well as components for other industries with similar engineering and quality requirements. TECT Power's four manufacturing facilities are located in Cleveland, Ohio, Utica, N.Y., Santa Fe Springs, Calif., and Thomasville, Ga.

Stony Point Group
Stony Point Group

Stony Point Group Inc. is a private equity and management company located in Asheville, N.C., that conducts acquisitions and provides professional services to TECT.

The Glass Foundation
The Glass Foundation

The Glass Foundation Inc. is a charitable organization founded by Kenneth and Nancy Glass to support nonprofit organizations working in the areas of childhood education, as well as environmental and historical preservation. The foundation is headquartered in Asheville, N.C., but has a presence in all the TECT communities nationwide.

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