BAE Systems

New Diesel-Fueled Buses
The seven buses most recently added to the BC Transit fleet traveled about 3,000 miles before hitting the roads of Broome County.
The vehicles were produced by Gillig Corporation at the company's manufacturing facility outside San Francisco...
Demolition ahead?
A contract for the demolition of a flood-wrecked Air Force plant in the town of Union could be awarded in the next two weeks.
U.S. Senator Charles Schumer says work on tearing down the facility at 600 Main Street in Westover could start shortly after the contract has been awarded...
$18.5 million
The United States Air Force has committed $1.2 million for an environmental assessment of the flood-damaged town of Union site that had housed BAE Systems.
Senator Charles Schumer visited the Westover property this morning. He urged the Air Force to make demolition of the building a priority...
Still there
Nearly two years after the flood wrecked a Westover building, Broome County security division officers continue to keep an eye on the abandoned property.
The sprawling building at 600 Main Street had been home to BAE Systems. But millions of gallons of water spilled into the structure, forcing the co…
Canadian hybrids
Hundreds of buses to be used by Canadian public transit systems will utilize propulsion systems developed by BAE Systems in Broome County.
BAE has announced it will be working with Nova Bus in providing the hybrid propulsion systems for 475 buses that will be acquired for use in nine cities in the pr…
BAE Systems Cutting Endicott Workforce
Some workers at the BAE Systems operations in Broome County are losing their jobs.
Employees at the Endicott site learned of the layoffs this morning.
BAE Systems spokeswoman Kristin Gossel told WNBF News the company is making reductions at several locations across the country...
BAE Systems Workers Learn Merger is Scrapped
Hundreds of BAE Systems employees at the company's Endicott site were informed Wednesday morning that a proposed merger with European aerospace giant EADS would not occur.
About 1200 people who work at the BAE facility on the Huron Campus were advised that it's business as usual now th…