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Fenway Park - Boston, MA

Though generations have come and gone, Fenway Park remains, much like it did the day it opened on April 20, 1912. Come to a game and find out why Fenway Park is "America's Most Beloved Ballpark."

Tour will be a behind the scenes tour of Fenway Park!  Thank you to GE Aerospace for sponsoring this tour!

Tour Date: Sunday, June 25 @ 9:30am
Attendees: 100



Brayton Energy - Hampton, NH

Brayton Energy is an engineering company specializing in the design of turbomachinery, combustion, energy storage systems, and compact high-temperature heat exchangers including recuperators for microturbines and gas turbines. The facility houses many novel engine systems and specialized test rigs; examples include a 350 kWe intercooled recuperated gas turbine with ceramic hot section, counter-rotating axial turbomachinery for reversing Brayton cycle energy storage, and a concentrating solar power test facility with particle thermal storage. Project areas include gas turbines for alternative energy sources such as solar, biomass, nuclear and space power. The staff is nominally 50 engineers, technicians, and designers operating from a 4-acre campus in Hampton NH, providing engineering, design, fabrication, and test services.

The tour, including travel time, will be approximately 4 hours. A complimentary van will depart from the Sheraton Hotel at 7:45am and will arrive at Brayton Energy at 8:45am. The tour will be held from 9:00 to 10:30am and is restricted to 25 participants. Guests will be driven back to the Sheraton Hotel and can expect to arrive by 12:00pm.

Tour Date: Tuesday, June 27 
Attendees: 25
Location: Brayton Energy, LLC., 75 Lafayette Road, Hampton NH 03842
Transportation: Van
Registration: See pre-registration form. As the numbers for this visit are restricted to 25, Brayton Energy may pre-screen participants.
Meals: Snack reception at end of tour.
More Info: Contact Jim Kesseli at (Ph: +1 603 601-0450)



GE Aerospace - Lynn, MA

GE Aerospace's Lynn facility has a history that dates back more than 125 years and is recognized as one of the founding sites of the General Electric Company. The site is home to the first U.S. Jet engine (1942) and other prominent aviation industry milestones.

The Lynn plant is recognized as a U.S. Department of Defense facility that designs, produces, assembles, and test military and commercial aircraft engines and components. The site has supplied the U.S. armed services with engines since World War II, when it produced the country's first jet engine, the GE I-A. Today, roughly 70% of the facility's products are destined for military use, from turboshaft engines for helicopters to engines for fighter jets.

Tour will include engine museum visit, engine teardown demonstration, and engine assembly tour.

Tour Date: Wednesday, June 28 @ 8-10am
Attendees: 60