Hansen BuildingThe company is located in the same building as Hansen Engineering & Machinery. Hansen Engineering's manufacturing facility of 65,000 sq. ft. is located 15 miles north of Boston, Massachusetts on a 7 1/2 acre site in the town of Danvers. This New England location lends itself well to servicing several major northeast aerospace companies.

The building is temperature controlled and fabricated of brick and block. There is sufficient material handling equipment to handle loads up to several tons by forklift and many hoists located throughout the building. A shipping dock is located at the rear of the building. Offices for engineering and administration make up approximately 2000 square feet of the building.

Founded in 1909 by Sinius M. Hansen, as a builder of shoe machinery, Hansen Engineering is owned and operated by the Hansen family now in its fourth generation. The advent of the jet engine converted the company into a precision machine manufacturer of jet engine components. Hansen Engineering is considered one of the oldest and most respected jet engine pioneers.