Tim Atkins, TriVector engineer on the NASA MSFC ESSCA contract, represented the Huntsville space community as a NASA Ambassador for education outreach while on his trip to New Zealand.
Jeff Hammock, a TriVector employee who currently works on the MSFC ESSCA contract, has been nominated for the North Alabama 2018 People’s Choice Award for his hard work with his company MechOptix.
On February 09, 2018, members of the TriVector NASA MSFC MIPSS team were presented the Award of Excellence for 2017 subcontractor work on the NASA MIPSS contract at MSFC. TriVector is a subcontractor to Victory Solutions, Inc. on the MIPSS Configuration Management and Data Management (CM/DM) program.
On November 09, 2017, TriVector employees Dr. Phil Farrington and Mr. Brandon Wall presented at the Society of Reliability Engineers’ (SRE) 10th Annual RAM X Training Summit.
On October 14, 2017, Dr. Willie Fitzpatrick represented TriVector Services during Calhoun Community College’s Tennessee Valley BEST (TVB) at Priceville Junior High. TriVector was one of the sponsors for this event.
(DISTRIBUTION A. Approved for public release: distribution unlimited.) Dr. Dawn Utley has joined TriVector’s team to support an interesting initiative by U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Research, Development, and Engineering Center (AMRDEC), Weapons Development and Integration (WDI) Directorate.
TriVector Services is pleased to announce that Dr. Phillip A. Farrington has joined our team.
On June 19, 2017, TriVector welcomed Test and Evaluation (T&E) subject matter expert Mr. Todd Christiansen to its MDA team.
TriVector Services will host an Open House at its corporate office on Tuesday, September 12, 2017 from 3:00 – 7:00pm. We are looking to recruit dozens of engineering professionals for new technical positions at the junior, intermediate, and senior levels for NASA, the Department of Defense (DoD), and the Missile Defense Agency (MDA), in addition to our current openings.
On August 15, 2017, TriVector Services received the Government Contracting – Technology Services Business of the Year Award during the 32nd Annual Huntsville/Madison County Chamber of Commerce Small Business Awards.
TriVector Services will be hosting an open house for communications professionals related to the NASA Marshall Space Flight Center OSAC COMMS opportunity.
TriVector Services will be an exhibitor at the Huntsville Engineering, Technology, and Security Clearance Career Expo Thursday, August 3 between 10:00am and 2:00pm.
TriVector Services will hold its first job fair at its corporate office on Tuesday, April 4, 2017 from 3:00 – 7:00pm.
On September 01, 2016, TriVector Services was awarded the NOAA/NESDIS Office of Space Commerce (OSC) Commercial Space Policy, Strategy, and Economic Analysis Support contract.
Job seekers, mark your calendars: TriVector Services will have a booth at the Huntsville Engineering, Technology and Security Clearance Career Expo November 8 between 10:00am and 2:00pm.
TriVector team members played a good game at the Torch Technologies 2016 Golf Tournament on September 09, 2016. All of the proceeds went to the non-profit organization Village Promise.
TriVector Services is pleased to announce that Dr. Willie Fitzpatrick, Jr. has joined our team.
On August 26, 2016, TriVector Executive Vice President Marc Verhage was awarded the Manager’s Commendation for his service to the Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC) Space Launch System (SLS) Program.
On June 14, 2016, TriVector employee Mike Staton was among the recipients of NASA’s Silver Snoopy Award.
TriVector has been providing high school and early university level instruction in space science, physics, math, engineering, law and systems engineering since June 2010 under the name "Space Academy Singapore." As we now begin our quest to provide these unique course offerings in regions well beyond Singapore, we are rebranding as International Space High School (ISHS) to support the new direction.
TriVector Services, Inc. is pleased to announce that Mr. Brian Williams is assuming responsibilities as Vice President of the Defense Systems Strategic Business Unit (SBU).
As reported in the Redstone Rocket, TriVector’s Senior Sustainability Engineer, Charles King and Energy Huntsville teamed up with Jennifer Morgan, the facilities energy program manager for Army Material Command to develop a plan to save energy at AMC facilities across the nation.
Marc Verhage named Sr. Vice President of Civil Space Strategic Business Unit at TriVector Services Inc.
HUNTSVILLE, Alabama (Aug. 7, 2015) - TriVector Services, Inc. is pleased to announce that Mr. Marc Verhage will be assuming responsibilities as Sr. Vice President of the Civil Space Strategic Business Unit (SBU).
As reported in the Redstone Rocket, the Software Airworthiness and Safety Lab (SASL), a part of AMRDEC's Software Engineering Directorate (SED), will be responsible for performing an independent assessment of safety-critical software requirements, design and code that is embedded in the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter operational flight program software.
On Thursday, Feb. 20, at the eWeek Awards Banquet held in Huntsville, Ala., at the Jackson Conference Center, the North Alabama Section of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers named TriVector as the 2014 Outstanding Engineering Firm of the Year.
Huntsville, Ala. - Singapore entrepreneur, Marvyn Lim Seng, has a dream to see a Singaporean in Space before Singapore's 50th birthday. One hundred fifty Singaporeans have applied for the honor of being Singapore's first "space man," ...
TriVector Services, Inc., was named as one of the 2013 Best Places to Work, Micro Category during a luncheon hosted by the Chamber of Commerce of Huntsville/Madison County.
TriVector has been chosen to support Singapore's Centre for Quantum Technologies (CQT) in the testing of CQT's nanosatellite components. The CQT will be launching the Small Photon-Entangling Quantum System (SPEQS) as a payload on a nanosatellite in 2014.
Stratolaunch Systems, with corporate headquarters in Huntsville, AL, publicly announced today their quest to pioneer an air-launch space transportation system through design and development of the largest aircraft ever flown. This revolutionary air launch space transportation system will be accomplished with a collaborative effort lead primarily by three companies: Scaled Composites, Space X, and Dynetics. Included on the Dynetics team is Huntsville-based small business TriVector Services. TriVector is tasked to provide vital support in Systems Engineering, Integration, Test and Operations.
The FY 2011 Industry and Advocates Award Ceremony took place at the Davidson Center in Huntsville, AL, as part of NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center's Small Business Alliance meeting. TriVector was recognized with a MSFC Small Business Subcontractor Excellence Award for their "exemplary support to Teledyne Brown Engineering under the Systems Development and Operations Support Contract."
In separate ceremonies in July 2011, two TriVector employees were recognized by NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center for their outstanding work.
TriVector Services, Inc., has expanded their Unmanned Aircraft Systems operations into the Washington, DC area. TriVector currently provides engineering and program management support services to the UAS Program Office within the National and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), located in Silver Spring, MD.
As reported in the April 7, 2011, issue of Marshall Star, Bill Anglin has been selected as the Caring in Action Program Recipient of the Month. Caring in Action Program recipients are nominated by their peers, and are selected by the Marshall Space Flight Center's Safety Action Team. Bill is a configuration management specialist, supporting the MSFC's Engineering Directorate.
The confusion of both the new and current direction of NASA has had a huge impact on contracting firms in Huntsville, Alabama, including TriVector Services, Inc. Fortunately, TriVector recognized early on that troubling times were coming and began focusing on opportunities outside the NASA domain.
In June, 2011, a TriVector International developed curriculum and instructors will be used to train 40 Singapore cadets from the National Cadet Corps (NCC). The rigorous five-day training camp will engage the selected cadets in learning more about space technologies including satellites, rovers, unmanned aerial vehicles and rocketry.
Twenty-six Singapore students between the ages of 15 and 20 got an experience of what it might feel like to be an astronaut at a Space Academy organized by TriVector International, the Singapore Space and Technology Association (SSTA) and Ngee Ann Polytechnic (NP).
A group of engineers from TriVector Services held a four-day Space Science Academy at Lincoln recently to teach students about planetary exploration, satellites and rocket science.
AEROSPACE ENGINEER OF THE YEAR AWARD HONOREE FOR 2009-2010: Joseph M. Verhage