Greenpoint Technologies has two new Boeing widebody completions–a 777 and 787–in the works. The 787, the company’s second Dreamliner completion, has been inducted into the company’s widebody facility in Moses Lake, Wash. The sophistication of the airplane’s systems and composite structure make it “a fascinating aircraft to modify,” said Greenpoint CEO Scott Goodey. The 18-month project is scheduled for delivery in early 2017. On the 777-200LR project, for an undisclosed client, interior design and engineering developments are in progress and the aircraft is scheduled for induction early next year.
Meanwhile, sister company Greenpoint Aerospace, an interiors refurbishment and MRO facility in Denton, Texas, recently delivered four 600-series Challenger interior refurbishments with exterior paint, over a three-month period.