AERO Group’s Specialized Experience
Creates Value For Our Customers

The AERO Group is a team comprised of two separate companies – AERO Systems Engineering (ASE) – a multi-disciplined engineering firm and AERO BridgeWorks (ABW) – a General Contractor; both of which specialize in planning, design and construction of today’s most advanced airport terminal-based, fixed ground support gate systems. The companies operate independently, as well as collaboratively when teamed for design-build projects to deliver the best terminal ground support engineering and construction services in the aviation industry. We partner with architects, general contractors, airlines and airport authorities providing a total solution to their airside projects.

Established in the 1990’s, the two firms have grown to be the premier aviation design-build team in the country. Through our dedication, innovation and commitment to our customers, we remain at the forefront of the industry.

Since we are solely specialized in commercial airside aviation systems, the AERO Group remains on top of aviation’s latest technical advances. We have designed, engineered and built projects at more than 15,000 gate positions for active airports nationwide. While other firms continue to diversify, our strategy is focused on specialty airside projects. This focus continues to make us the most qualified aviation design-builder in the nation.

Our Companies Design and Build at Airport Facilities Nationwide

Our objective is to develop and maintain long-term client relationships. With combined aviation experience beyond comparison, we attract and retain clients by delivering outstanding customer service and value. With personnel coast-to-coast, we can respond quickly to projects at any airport nationwide. The AERO Group has personnel in Atlanta, Dallas, Salt Lake City, Seattle, Los Angeles, Chicago, Boston, and Fort Meyers.

We are active participants in organizations that support excellence in the aviation industry including the following: AAAE, ACRP, ACC; ACEC, IEEE, ASHRAE, ASME, and NFPA.