Farmington Business Honored

Turbine Technologies, Inc. was named U.S. Senator Chris Murphy's "Murphy's Monday Manufacturer."

By:  Erin Quinlan
Farmington Patch

On Monday, U.S. Senator Chris Murphy announced that Turbine Technologies, Inc. (TTi), a second-generation family- and veteran-owned manufacturer based out of Farmington, is this week’s “Murphy’s Monday Manufacturer.”

Founded in 1963, TTi has manufactured turbine components for over 50 years. The company provides components to companies in the military and commercial aircraft and power generation industries from its two Farmington facilities.

TTi’s customers include many of Connecticut’s own aerospace and industrial gas turbine manufacturers, including United Technologies and General Electric, and their tiered supply bases.

TTi takes great pride in their workforce and constantly provides training and new learning resources to their team of 67 employees, many of whom have been with the company for upwards of 17 years and have either previously served in the U.S. military or currently serve in the Army Reserve and National Guard.

TTi was also nominated for a 2015 Business Champions Award by the MetroHartford Alliance and received the U.S. Small Business Administration’s Veteran-Owned Small Business Award for 2015.

“It comes as no surprise that TTi continues to be recognized for their hard work and successes,” said Murphy in a prepared statement. “Whether they’re crafting top-of-the-line engine components that keep our brave servicemen and women safe, putting their own lives on hold to serve our country abroad, or creating new opportunities for Connecticut veterans transitioning back into life at home, the team at TTi continues to serve Connecticut in every way possible. We’re lucky to be the home of a company so dedicated to its community, and I am grateful for everything the TTi team has done to boost Connecticut manufacturing and protect our nation.”