FUTURE HOME FOR TECHNOLOGY EXPANSION IN NORTHWEST FLORIDA
– PROVIDING JOBS AND ECONOMIC GROWTH!

CTAP Sign and monument image

 

Crestview Technology Air Park (CTAP) is a 20 acre privately owned tract of Crestview real estate situated at the end of the 8,000 foot runway of Bob Sikes Airport. With special tax incentives and located strategically within the Okaloosa County Enterprise Zone, CTAP holds great promise for the creation of 500-600 high technology jobs within the industries of Aviation, Aerospace, Defense, and National Security in Northwest Florida.

 
 
 

CTAP IS LOCATED AT BOB SIKES AIRPORT
WITH EASY ACCESS TO INTERSTATE 10


CTAP at Bob Sikes Air Port (KCEW) image
 
 

Okaloosa County, Florida embraces Eglin Air Force Base, the world’s largest Air Force Installation, hosting the headquarters of the Air Force Special Operations Command (AFSOC), the 96th Test Wing, and the 33rd Fighter Wing (F-35 graduate flying and maintenance training wing) among others.  The region boasts a pro-business local government, award-winning public schools, Florida’s first STEMM middle school, and a myriad of post-secondary education options – including a steady stream of young, technically astute military retirees.

 
 

THROUGH PROVEN LEADERSHIP AND ADVANCED SOLUTIONS,

CTAP BRINGS WORLD-CLASS SERVICES OF THE AEROSPACE

INDUSTRY TO NORTHWEST FLORIDA!

 

“By developing CTAP, we foster a high tech culture for future generations.

We are building a better North Okaloosa!”  – Paul S. Hsu, Ph.D.

 

Location of CTAP in NW FL on map drawing

CTAP FUTURE ENDEAVORS

 

The CTAP vision is to expand the existing campus and hangar facilities to suit the needs of a

high tech industry employer through the development of two impressively appointed hangars

and a three story research and development center.

CTAP Master Plan schematic

CTAP MASTER PLAN

 

The CTAP Master Plan allows for construction of both an 80,000 and 40,000 sq. foot hangar with access to runway and industrial support facilities. Possessing the only privately owned hangar of this size in Northwest Florida, CTAP could accommodate any airplane in the U.S. military fleet including the C-130 and C-17.

CTAP 40K square foot hanger at Bob Sikes Airport (KCEW)

Current 40,000 sq. ft. CTAP Hangar and Office Space

PROVIDING INFRASTRUCTURE FOR AEROSPACE
AND TECHNOLOGY DRIVEN SOLUTIONS!

 

As a central objective, CTAP can support high tech workforce training and open channels for learning of new technologies among area students. As Northwest Florida is a region ripe for expanded exploration and testing of technological innovations, the owners of CTAP are committed to cultivating the incubation of new ideas. Through partnerships with local education providers, CTAP has the opportunity to accelerate local applications of robotics, UAV’s, and other agribusiness technologies.