space technology, applications, research and development
The Heritage of the Oakman Name
Oakman Aerospace, Inc. was co-founded by Stanley Oakman Kennedy, Jr. and Stanley Oakman Kennedy, Sr. in July 2012. While deciding on the name of the new company, they wanted to honor their family heritage and principles that had provided the opportunity and financial abilities to start the new company. The name “Oakman” has been part of the Kennedy family’s Scottish traditions for over one-hundred years solely in the United States and many hundreds of years throughout the World. The original Scottish Kennedy Clan’s Badge is the “Oak”, and therefore, if you are an “Oakman” you belong to the Kennedy Clan. The “Oak Tree” logo depicts the actual oak tree protecting the barn on the Kennedy Homestead and it is a symbol of the strength and trust necessary for success in all life’s endeavors. The guiding principles of Oakman Aerospace, Inc. (OAI) incorporate inclusiveness for our employees, customers, teammates, and suppliers.
Let us Make Space for Everyone through process, technology, partnership, and outreach.
Employees are the foundation of OAI. Our products reflect our people and their visionary nature of the future of space. OAI employees have an unwavering commitment to doing their best for the people who use our products beyond what is written. Our employees are constantly leveraging their own skills and that of their peers to unlock that next solution that will revolutionize space.
Our Littleton, Colorado headquarters has approximately 6,800 square feet of secured engineering space which includes 1,000 square feet of engineering laboratory space, several test areas, and two modular test stations. OAI has the capability and capacity to simultaneously design, assemble, integrate, and test programs or perform multiple technology test and evaluation efforts. The assembly and test laboratories are equipped with regularly calibrated measuring and test equipment. The laboratories have six independent workstations equipped with modern assembly equipment and tools. The facility is in full compliance with all OSHA and State safety requirements. OAI laboratory space has the ability to host flight components using clean room level laminar flow benches with individual temperature and humidity controls.