Continental Controls moves to new facility

By Keefe Borden10 November 2022

The new Continental Controls Building at 7710 Kenamar Ct., San Diego, CA.

Continental Controls Corporation has moved into a larger facility to accommodate all corporate offices, manufacturing and production of fuel control valves, and a larger and newly expanded CNC machine Shop.

The new building is on the same street as the previous building but it is a single, stand-alone, 20,000 sq/ft. building. CCC has grown more than 30% in each of the last two year’s requiring more space for increased production.

“It took us only 5 years to outgrow the last building, even with the pandemic holding us back,” said Continental President David Fisher. “Our business has really busted loose in these last two years and we just couldn’t fit everything into our other facility any longer.”

CCC will now have a test area that is twice as big as before with much more flow capability for valve testing. Production now has much larger areas for electronic and mechanical assembly. CCC is currently hiring for a variety of production related jobs.

San Diego, California-based Continental Controls Corporation makes valves and other components for gas engines and gas turbines.

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