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Frank Liestenfeltz

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Floatograph Technologies LLC

HQ Phone: (301) 563-3082

Floatograph Technologies LLC

9520 Colesville Road

Silver Spring, Maryland 20901

United States

Company Description

We set the standards for low altitude photography systems. All others imitate while we innovate. You will see our unique equipment ... All FloatographÔ systems designs are our creations. We have been manufacturing our systems since 1989 and was the first ... more

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Company in final stages of commitment to Alexandria | Corporation for Economic Development

www.cedanderson.com [cached]

Floatograph co-owner Frank Liestenfeltz said the move to Alexandria will be a great opportunity for the company providing them with the much needed opportunity to expand from its current Fairmount location, which currently employs 25, some of which will remain in Fairmount and some will come to the Alexandria facility.

The company owns the ideas for products like the specialized utility trailers with telescoping masts, which are being manufactured in Fairmount and will be manufactured in Alexandria. Floatograph contracts other companies to build the products for Floatograph in their facilities. Then Floatograph sells the products - mostly to the military and military contractors, he explained.
Liestenfeltz said they are hoping to start two brand-new lines at the new plant but for right now are focusing on finishing the deal and making the needed repairs and remodels to the facility once they have the deed.
"We are ready to go as soon as we can get in," he said. "The city made such a good deal for the property we couldn't refuse. They wanted our business, and we wanted the facility."
The jobs that eventually will come include welders, fitters, electricians, office help, logistics, assemblers and others once the plant gets online, hopefully by the end of July, Liestenfeltz said. The wages would be between $12 and $35 an hour, he said, but most of those hires won't happen until later in the year.


Floatograph co-owner Frank ...

heraldbulletin.com [cached]

Floatograph co-owner Frank Liestenfeltz said the move to Alexandria will be a great opportunity for the company providing them with the much needed opportunity to expand from its current Fairmount location, which currently employs 25, some of which will remain in Fairmount and some will come to the Alexandria facility.

The company owns the ideas for products like the specialized utility trailers with telescoping masts, which are being manufactured in Fairmount and will be manufactured in Alexandria. Floatograph contracts other companies to build the products for Floatograph in their facilities. Then Floatograph sells the products - mostly to the military and military contractors, he explained.
Liestenfeltz said they are hoping to start two brand-new lines at the new plant but for right now are focusing on finishing the deal and making the needed repairs and remodels to the facility once they have the deed.
"We are ready to go as soon as we can get in," he said. "The city made such a good deal for the property we couldn't refuse. They wanted our business, and we wanted the facility."
The jobs that eventually will come include welders, fitters, electricians, office help, logistics, assemblers and others once the plant gets online, hopefully by the end of July, Liestenfeltz said. The wages would be between $12 and $35 an hour, he said, but most of those hires won't happen until later in the year.


Floatograph co-owner Frank ...

heraldbulletin.com [cached]

Floatograph co-owner Frank Liestenfeltz said the move to Alexandria will be a great opportunity for the company providing them with the much needed opportunity to expand from its current Fairmount location, which currently employs 25, some of which will remain in Fairmount and some will come to the Alexandria facility.

The company owns the ideas for products like the specialized utility trailers with telescoping masts, which are being manufactured in Fairmount and will be manufactured in Alexandria. Floatograph contracts other companies to build the products for Floatograph in their facilities. Then Floatograph sells the products - mostly to the military and military contractors, he explained.
Liestenfeltz said they are hoping to start two brand-new lines at the new plant but for right now are focusing on finishing the deal and making the needed repairs and remodels to the facility once they have the deed.
"We are ready to go as soon as we can get in," he said. "The city made such a good deal for the property we couldn't refuse. They wanted our business, and we wanted the facility."
The jobs that eventually will come include welders, fitters, electricians, office help, logistics, assemblers and others once the plant gets online, hopefully by the end of July, Liestenfeltz said. The wages would be between $12 and $35 an hour, he said, but most of those hires won't happen until later in the year.


2011 June | Corporation for Economic Development

www.cedanderson.com [cached]

Floatograph co-owner Frank Liestenfeltz said the move to Alexandria will be a great opportunity for the company providing them with the much needed opportunity to expand from its current Fairmount location, which currently employs 25, some of which will remain in Fairmount and some will come to the Alexandria facility.

The company owns the ideas for products like the specialized utility trailers with telescoping masts, which are being manufactured in Fairmount and will be manufactured in Alexandria. Floatograph contracts other companies to build the products for Floatograph in their facilities. Then Floatograph sells the products - mostly to the military and military contractors, he explained.
Liestenfeltz said they are hoping to start two brand-new lines at the new plant but for right now are focusing on finishing the deal and making the needed repairs and remodels to the facility once they have the deed.
"We are ready to go as soon as we can get in," he said. "The city made such a good deal for the property we couldn't refuse. They wanted our business, and we wanted the facility."
The jobs that eventually will come include welders, fitters, electricians, office help, logistics, assemblers and others once the plant gets online, hopefully by the end of July, Liestenfeltz said. The wages would be between $12 and $35 an hour, he said, but most of those hires won't happen until later in the year.


Testimonials - ProNIC Solutions

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Frank Liestenfeltz - floatograph.com

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