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Nationally-recognized aerospace professional joins CAT Team proposing $40 million Calverton purchase

Steve Rodgers, former Boeing and Lockheed Martin executive, brings 30 years of economic development expertise to the team seeking to transform former Navy/Grumman test center.

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Riverhead, New York: Steve Rodgers, a former aerospace executive whose award winning economic development efforts in Utah are credited with creating thousands of jobs, has joined Calverton Aviation & Technology (CAT) — a joint venture between Luminati Aerospace and Triple Five Real Estate I, LLC — to strategically advance the manufacturing and innovation potential of the former Navy/Grumman flight test center. CAT is proposing to purchase 1,600 acres of the property from the Town of Riverhead for $40 million.


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