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Ed Sheehan, president and CEO of Concurrent Technologies Corp., has joined the board of directors of the National Defense Industrial Association. CTC said Tuesday Sheehan is one of the 16 newly elected board members at NDIA. Richard McConn, board chairman of NDIA, said Sheehan“™s experience in manufacturing and professional services sectors will help the association carry […] More
Ed Sheehan, president and CEO of Concurrent Technologies Corp., has celebrated his 25th anniversary at the nonprofit scientific research and development services contractor. CTC said Monday it awarded plaques to Sheehan and 33 other employees who have worked at the company for more than a quarter century. He joined the nonprofit in 1993 and served as chief […] More
The National Safety Council has recognized Brandon Hody, a safety and occupational health professional at Concurrent Technologies Corp., for his leadership in workplace safety programs. He received NSC’s Rising Stars of Safety Award, which honors professionals under age 40 who have demonstrated excellence in safety improvement initiatives, CTC said Wednesday. “Brandon is a valued member […] More
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has released the results of a Concurrent Technologies Corp.-led project aiming to develop a system that would monitor the structural health of steel truss bridges. The company said Monday its structural health monitoring system has received the U.S. Army‘s recommendation for use with bridges significant to the operations of […] More
Concurrent Technologies Corp. has received recognition from the U.S. Army for supporting assessment efforts under Fort Huachuca's energy and water conservation program. The service said Thursday honored CTC with one of the 2018 Secretary of the Army Energy and Water Management Awards in a ceremony in Cleveland, Ohio. The company's support in the assessment led to the […] More
Concurrent Technologies Corp. has won a potential five-year, $36M contract to assist the U.S. Marine Corps in efforts to address the service’s energy reliability and resiliency goals. CTC said Thursday it will help Marine Corps Installations Command review Energy Security Assessment documents, recommend upgrades for infrastructure, analyze utility rates and bills and audit energy systems at multiple […] More
Concurrent Technologies Corp. received an “outstanding technical achievement” award from the National Armaments Consortium and the Defense Department‘s Ordnance Technology Consortium at a ceremony that took place April 11 in Arlington, Va. The consortia recognized CTC's ammunition manufacturing approach that seeks to decrease the total cost of ownership and production footprint, elevate performance levels and reduce […] More
Concurrent Technologies Corp. has partnered with a Phillips Service Industries subsidiary to help customers develop and engineer metallic structures through the use of a three-dimensional printing technology. CTC said Tuesday it will offer Sciaky‘s Electron Beam Additive Manufacturing  technology in efforts to address a demand for large-scale 3D-printed metal components. EBAM is designed to process nickel, tantalum and titanium-based alloys used […] More
Concurrent Technologies Corp. has won a nearly $1 million contract to help the Air Force Research Laboratory design and test a light cart platform in an effort to reduce the U.S. Air Force‘s reliance on petroleum fuel. CTC said Tuesday it plans to integrate multiple technologies and control approaches into the Advanced Flightline Power and Light System for the […] More
Concurrent Technologies Corp. has received two subcontracts to research and develop technologies for potential use in manufacturing tactical shelter systems and airborne platforms for the U.S. Army. The company said Wednesday it will collaborate with multiple universities to study  engineered and strategic materials, additive manufacturing models and materials by design under a 12-month subaward from […] More
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