Welcome to Utahâs Advanced Materials & Manufacturing Initiative (UAMMI) â the headquarters for Utahâs advanced materials and carbon composites manufacturing ecosystem.
UAMMI brings together public, private, community, industry and educational partners to assure the growth and sustainability of Utah's advanced composites industry.
UAMMI is just beginning and we want you along for the ride. A robust website with dynamic tools will be released in the coming months. For now, learn more about us here and, more importantly, connect into this vibrant network so we can keep you informed!
It all started during the space race of the 1950âs when two Utah based explosives companies, Hercules (now Hexcel) and Thiokol (now Orbital ATK), developed expertise to improve space rockets with carbon fiber.
This early beginning has expanded now to include well over 100 Utah businesses â ranging from startups to those well established- who deliver this very specialized and unique set of carbon composite skills and services that are found today in Utah.
Those early applications with rocket ships have now expanded to using carbon composites in a range of aerospace components, medical devices, industrial products, recreational products and other products containing advanced materials.
Utahâs supply chain and ecosystem has diversified as well to include manufacturing, material suppliers, and service-based companies performing sophisticated design and analysis.
Mapping the entire Utah advanced materials and composites industry supply chain to know which companies provide what services and their relationship to one another.
Identifying gaps in the supply chain that need to be addressed.
Determining how to access future workforce and workforce development efforts.
Increasing contract opportunities for Utah manufacturers, both in defense and commercial sectors.
Training supply chain members to promote more robust participation within the regional supply chain.
UAMMI is the joint effort of industry, government, military and academic leaders, who are committed to strengthening the supply chain and ecosystem that supports this vital industry in Utah.
To understand and improve the carbon composites ecosystem, UAMMI, through the University of Utah, received a grant from the Department of Defense- Office of Economic Adjustment to undertake a project to map Utahâs carbon composites supply chain. This mapping also includes assessing workforce development and job training as well. This project, which is currently underway, will enable stabilization of the ecosystem and prepare the industry for future growth and further diversification resulting in a stronger and more resilient supply chain that will serve as a significant contributor to Utahâs overall economy.
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UAMMMI brings together public, private, community, industry and education partners to assure growth and sustainability of one of this most important manufacturing cluster.
OEA is the Department of Defenseâs field organization responsible for supporting state and local government's response to defense program changes, such as base closures, base restructuring or realignment, growth issues surrounding compatible land and air use for military base and community, and other issues that can impact the economy of a region.
The project team that is charged with the work associated with OEA grant is comprised solely of Utah based companies and organizations.
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SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH - December 20, 2016 - The University of Utah announced today that it has received a $4 million dollar grant from the Department of Defense (DoD), Office of Economic Adjustment, to assess and improve the complete supply chain for Utahâs DoD- focused carbon composites and advanced materials industry. The overall objective of the grant is to make Utahâs advanced materials industry more globally competitive and capable of diversifying into new markets in which industry contracts can be secured and state jobs increased...