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Danko Arlington, Inc. is pleased to announce its entry in the exciting field of Rapid Prototyping.
The company has recently purchased a portable 7 axis Coordinate Measuring Machine with an integrated laser scanner, reverse engineering software, and a large … Continue reading
On September 22nd, 2010, Danko Arlington was again honored to host personnel of the Defense Logistics Agency based at the Defense Supply Center in Richmond, Va.
The purpose of the trip was to introduce DLA Engineers and Buyers to the processes … Continue reading
Danko Arlington is very pleased to participate in the BGE Small Business Lighting Solutions Program. This environmentally green initiative is a result of the EmPOWER Maryland Energy Efficiency Act of 2008 which legislates lower energy demands including a 15% reduction … Continue reading
Danko Arlington Inc., a Maryland Corporation, is honored to have been selected by the US Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC) to cast two historic anchor replicas flanking the main entrance of the Washington Navy Yard located in Southwest Washington DC. … Continue reading
Danko Arlington Inc. located at 4800 East Wabash Ave., Baltimore, Maryland 21215 USA, (410) 664-8930, announced today that it’s “Contract Manufacturing business providing Foundry Aluminum and Bronze Sand Castings, Pattern Tooling, CNC Machining, Heat Treating and Assembly Services” has successfully … Continue reading
Danko Arlington was saluted at a Christmas party held by Episcopal Community Services of Maryland on the 16th of December, 2009, at the Emmanuel Episcopal Church in downtown Baltimore City.
Mr. Quay Rich, Job Development Specialist at ECSM’s Jericho program, presented … Continue reading
Danko Arlington is honored to have been commissioned by the Battlefield Restoration and Volunteer Organization (BRAVO) to cast a replica cannon which was used in the fight for our nation’s independence.
Mr. Dan Sivilich, president of BRAVO, dedicated the piece as … Continue reading
Danko Arlington is honored to be awarded the Gaudenzia Employer of the Year for 2008.
Gaudenzia is a non-profit organization which helps men, woman, adolescents and children who are affected by alcohol, drug addiction, and mental illness to achieve … Continue reading
Danko Arlington was recognized by Episcopal Community Services of Maryland on June 5th, 2008, at a special breakfast held at the Church of the Redeemer in Northern Baltimore City.
Mrs. Jean Patterson Cushman, Executive Director of ECSM, presented the company with … Continue reading
Danko Arlington is committed to operating a clean, safe and healthy workplace for its employees and the environment. The company has invested over one million dollars of new technology to recycle and manufacture more efficiently.
The green initiatives vary in scale … Continue reading
Danko Arlington expanded its foundry and machine shop operations in March, 2008.
The company purchased an adjacent seventy six hundred square foot facility which formerly housed the Baltimore Auto Frame Company located at 4820 and 4840 East Wabash Avenue. The additional … Continue reading
Danko Arlington showcased several of its production castings at the Solidworks Solidworld software convention held in New Orleans from February 4th -7th, 2007.
The company’s Foundry Division submitted an air manifold, an aircraft slip-ring housing, and a full scale bronze cannon … Continue reading
Danko Arlington was recognized as Catholic Charities’ Christopher Place 2006 Employer of the Year at an awards breakfast held at Baltimore’s Reginald Lewis Museum of African American History on December 1st, 2006.
Located in downtown Baltimore, Christopher Place provides housing and … Continue reading
Danko Arlington was honored to cast an exact replica of an antique Celtic bronze cross for Baltimore’s St Andrew’s Christian Community.
The bronze casting is an exact copy of a cross which was loaned to the foundry from the First Presbyterian … Continue reading
The skilled metal working personnel at Danko Arlington joined hundreds of local craftsman to renovate and restore Baltimore’s Basilica Church, officially known as the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Blessed Virgin Mary – America’s First Catholic Cathedral.
Now a … Continue reading
Danko Arlington assisted the American Metal Casting Consortium (AMC) by providing class room training and a foundry tour on July 25th, 2006 for selected employees from the Defense Supply Center in Richmond, Virginia.
Mr. John Danko, the company’s President, provided the … Continue reading
On April 5, 2006, Danko Arlington acquired Patterns Unlimited – an industrial pattern shop specializing in metal patterns and core boxes used by large automated green sand foundries. The shop specialized in CNC machined iron and steel patterns used on … Continue reading
Maryland Governor Robert L. Ehrlich visited Danko Arlington on January 20th, 2006 to personally present a State Citation for the company’s efforts for working with faith-based organizations to rebuild Maryland’s workforce.
In recent years, Danko Arlington has shown special compassion … Continue reading
Danko Arlington. was a 2005 recipient of the Mayor’s Recognition Awards presented by Baltimore Mayor Martin O’Malley and the Greater Baltimore Committee for demonstrating significant corporate leadership and service for improving the quality of life in Baltimore City.
The award … Continue reading
The U.S. Small Business Administration formally approved Danko Arlington as a Certified HubZone Small Business Concern on July 29, 2005.
The SBA’s HubZone program provides incentives to government contractors to place orders with companies that are located within designated historically underutilized … Continue reading
On March 26, 2005, Joseph O. Danko, Jr., Chairman of a family-owned foundry, pattern, and machine shop business started by his father in 1920, died after a short battle with cancer at his Baltimore home in Homeland. He was 78.
Mr. … Continue reading
On February 28, 2005, Danko Arlington’s Pattern Shop Superintendent, Mr. Howard Goodrich, celebrated 50 years working in the company.
During his tenure, Howard has been a key member of the Danko Arlington team. Over the decades, he has constructed and … Continue reading
Danko Arlington was honored as the 2004 Employer of the Year by the Baltimore Associated Jewish Charities’ Jewish Vocational Service. The company was formally recognized by the agency’s President, Mrs. Nancy Gertner, and the Executive Director, Dr. Jennie Rothschild, at … Continue reading
Danko Arlington hosted ninety five Midshipmen from the US Naval Academy on February 18th, 2004. The plant tour was part of the Academy’s Material Science Class EM313 predominately for 2nd Class (Junior) Mechanical Engineering majors.
The course instructor, Professor Angela Moran, … Continue reading