All Points, a technical services provider to the aerospace industry, has completed an early milestone in establishing new commercial infrastructure-as-a-service operations at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The All Points’ Space Prep team, in conjunction with NASA, has completed all necessary physical environmental studies, including boundary and topological surveys, on a 60-acre parcel that will host the Space Prep Kennedy Space Center Complex, located near NASA’s iconic Vehicle Assembly Building.
“The Space Prep infrastructure is critical to supporting the increased launch cadence in Florida and addressing an urgent need of commercial, national security, and NASA space missions,”
according to Phil Monkress, All Points CEO.
“Our state-of-the-art complex on Kennedy Space Center is designed to serve multiple commercial and government customers just a few miles from the Florida launch pads.”
Space Prep, an All Points line of business, is focused exclusively on establishing multi-user spaceport infrastructure at major launch sites worldwide. The Kennedy Complex is the first Space Prep project and will be anchored by a 270,000 square foot Spaceport Logistics Center, offering extensive storage space, clean processing areas for small spacecraft, control rooms, and customized customer areas. A separate 260,000 square foot Spacecraft Processing Center is also planned for the Kennedy Complex that will provide high bays for large spacecraft processing, fueling, and encapsulation in fairings up to 10 meters in diameter. The Kennedy Complex will include a variety of small, medium, and large processing cells that offer the flexibility needed by the diverse array of spacecraft under development today.
RS&H is providing civil and site engineering services for the project. Architecture, engineering, and construction services are being provided by Haskell. All Points has already invested over three million dollars in Space Prep development.
The project is expected to provide hundreds of construction jobs, dozens of new high paying direct jobs to operate the facilities, and more indirect jobs and temporary workers from outside the region who will use the facilities during their launch preparations for months at a time. The Kennedy complex is planned to open for operations in 2026.