Source: Helicopter Specialties, 22-Jan-12
Helicopter Specialties, Inc. Introduces: the first Modular Aircraft Floor that is “truly” mechanic friendly for the EC135 and EC145 aircraft. We were motivated to design and build this floor after many years of maintaining EMS helicopters. Our new floors’ access panels can be removed within minutes to gain access to the aircraft without pulling the whole floor. [...]
Source: Helicopter Specialties, 22-Nov-10
Helicopter Specialties invites you to visit our new 28,250 sq. ft. facility. Our four manufacturing service centers and our Certified FAA Repair Station cover 22 makes and models of helicopters. Services include: avionics, engines, components and heavy maintenance. Our original 14,000 sq. ft. facility houses, our paint, airframe repair, and machine shops. Simply put…we know [...]
Source: Wisconsin State Journal, 22-Mar-10
The company, founded in 2000 at the Southern Wisconsin Regional Airport, customizes medical helicopters from around the U.S. and provides maintenance work on medical, government, corporate and privately owned helicopters.
Source: Helicopter Specialties, 30-Jan-10
Helicopter Specialties, Inc., located on Southern Wisconsin Regional Airport in Rock County, is poised for expansion in 2010. The company’s president Jim Freeman credits his company’s success on its commitment to delivering a quality product that keeps his customers coming back. Helicopter Specialties performs maintenance and custom work on helicopters, with an emphasis on customizing [...]
Source: Vertical, 10-Sep-09
Helicopter Specialties, Inc. of Janesville, Wis. is proud to announce deliveries of two EC145s to the Milwaukee Flight For Life Program.
Source: Vertical, 04-Sep-09
Helicopter Specialties have broken ground on its new, 28,750-square-foot facility. The new hangar will feature a larger parts/logistics room, larger clean room/overhaul shop, isolated library/training room, complete kitchen/break area with patio, larger avionics shop, larger shop floor featuring in-floor heat, high efficiency lighting and a 10,000-pound adjustable hoist.