Stand and deliver

Just seven months after breaking ground, Boeing’s new Everett Delivery Center is quickly taking shape. The new 180,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art delivery center will focus on the airline customer experience. It’s set to open in first quarter of 2013. Enjoy the photos below showing the future home of where we’ll stand and deliver our 747s, 767s, 777s and 787s. (All photos by Gail Hanusa).


Comments (7)

Meszaros Jozsef (Gyomro, Hungary):

what a beautiful new building! however I used to think that delivery with The Boeing Company means home delivery...

Miriam Urquiaga (Mukilteo, WA):

Gorgeous!!! I have always admired Boeing, and have wanted to work for them for a very long time. This building makes me want to work there even more. Way to go Boeing, keep up the good work. :D

Paulo M (Johannesburg, RSA):

Wow-wee -- that is incredible! Again.

Richard M (New South Wales):

I am ADAMANT that Boeing's focus on high-quality customer service for ever increasing numbers of future clients will deliver jumbo-sized dividends !

Compliments to the architects and builders!

Cristiano Arruda Cruz (Campo Grande, MS, Brazil.):

It is a very helpful facility for ceremonies that are taken during falls and winters.

The 'other one' already has a very beautiful center. So why hadn't it Boeing? Sure that Boeing and its client deserve such a beautiful gift to be shared great delivery moments!

I would invite Boeing to build airports in Brazil for the World Soccer Cup and the Olympics. See the example... few months, huge facility lifted up!

Long life to the private initiative. "Competence!" That's the trademark of Boeing!

Norman (Long Beach, CA):

Boeing: Not just great planes but great building too. I always loved modern contemporary architecture.

Donna Hooshangi (Everett,WA):

Everyday I drive past this building on the way to the factory and see how it has grown. Also they will have a view of our beautiful Olympic mountains along with our beautiful Aircraft. I love my company!!!

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