The project will run for a period of three years in cooperation with a global automotive seating supplier and Deakin University.
Drone footage captures the rocket returning home after a historic launch.
The airplane is scheduled to fly in the coming weeks and Boeing will deliver the 787-10 to airlines in 2018.
OPM has already begun shipping OXFAB production parts for installation.
LMI will operate as LMI Aerospace as a member of the Sonaca Group, with headquarters remaining in St. Louis.
The project intends to improve pultrusion technology so that it can manufacture in a continuous way and out of autoclave.
Wind power is now the fourth largest source of generating capacity, behind gas, coal and nuclear.
The partnership will look at opportunities in the production of carbon fiber aerostructures, prepegs as well as 3D printing of aerospace components and airframe panels.
Pending successful results from two initial phases, the project will conclude with the production of full size tanks.
This is part of a $10 million longer-term plan to expand production operations for molded structural composites (MSC).