My company's AS9100 certification expired before transitioning to Rev. C. Due to pending customer orders the GM would like to get the AS9100C certification back asap. This is not such a big deal since the company was Rev. B certified, however the company's lease on the current building is coming to an end, and plans to move the facility to another location have already begun. The Stage 2 audit is schedule for the end of May, and the company has plans to move in July or August. I was told by the GM not to mention the move, because we are going to have to be re-certified once we move. It it true that moving the facilities location requires an ISO AS9100C re-certification? I'm a bit confused about this only because this company doesn't have any production lines. It is a fairly new company that currently deals with prototype products. I'm just curious to know how the registrar is going to respond. Anyone have any ideas?