Tag Archives: Concurrent Technologies Corporation

CTC Awarded Air Force Support Contract Option; Ed Sheehan Quoted

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Concurrent Technologies Corp. has received a $4.3M contract modification to continue support for a U.S. Air Force organization performing environmental, safety and infrastructure operations. The award represents the first option on a potential five-year, $21M contract through which the company supports the Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Environment, Safety and Infrastructure, the company said Thursday.

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CTC Recognized by Military Times as a “Best for Vets” Employer; Ed Sheehan Comments

Military Times has chosen Concurrent Technologies Corporation as a 2018 “Best for Vets” employer for the eighth year, the Johnstown, Penn., company announced Wednesday. The annual list features 100 companies recognized for “their commitment to providing opportunities to America’s veterans.” Organizations are judged by their corporate culture, veteran recruiting, veteran policies …

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CTC CEO Ed Sheehan Accepts Patriot Award Through DoD’s Service Member Support Program

Ed Sheehan, president and CEO of Concurrent Technologies Corp., has received recognition from the Defense Department‘s Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve program. Kevin Hillegas, a CTC employee and Army National Guard member, nominated Sheehan for the ESGR’s Patriot Award, the company said Tuesday. The ESGR program also previously bestowed …

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CTC Helps Marine Corps Air Facility Earn OSHA’s Safety Mgmt Recognition

The Marine Corps Air Facility in Quantico, Virginia, has worked with Concurrent Technologies Corp. as the airfield prepared for an onsite safety management evaluation from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. MCAF received OSHA’s Voluntary Protections Program Star designation in July last year with the support of professionals working at the CTC-managed Department …

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CTC to Develop Metallic Component Manufacturing Tech for Navy; Ed Sheehan Comments

Concurrent Technologies Corp. has received a potential four-year, $6.4 million contract to develop additive manufacturing technology for the U.S. Navy to build metal-based parts for air, sea and ground platforms. The contract awarded through the Office of Naval Research’s Quality Metal Additive Manufacturing program contains a two-year base period worth $2.6 …

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CTC to Help Air Force Develop Expeditionary Black Water Treatment System

Concurrent Technologies Corp. will develop a black water processing system for military expeditionary sites under a $1.6 million contract from the Air Force Research Laboratory’s  Advanced Power Technology Office. The Expeditionary Black Water Processing System will be built to reduce the impacts of wastewater on the natural environment of host nations, the company said …

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CTC Gets Cogswell Award for Security Practices; Ed Sheehan Comments

Concurrent Technologies Corp. has won the Defense Security Service‘s 2017 James S. Cogswell Outstanding Industrial Security Achievement Award in recognition of the company’s security practices that comply with National Industrial Security Program requirements. CTC said Thursday the award also recognizes company facilities that have supported other cleared facilities on the implementation of …

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ONR Provides More Funds for CTC Virtual Pre-Deployment Training Program; Ed Sheehan Comments

Concurrent Technologies Corporation‘s contract with the Office of Naval Research to develop a virtual, avatar-based, pre-deployment training program for the U.S. Marine Corps has reached $1.1 million in value with the award of an additional $200,000. CTC will provide its Virtual Human Terrain Scenario Training program, which is designed to generate virtual avatars as role players …

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CTC’s Wastewater Purification System Receives Silver Edison Award; Ed Sheehan Comments

Concurrent Technologies Corp. has received a silver 2016 Edison Award under the energy and sustainability category for its purification system that works to reuse up to 90 percent of wastewater from commercial, government or institutional users. CTC said Friday it originally developed the System for Laundry and Shower Recycle/Reuse for the Defense Department as part of efforts to decrease water resupply needs at forward-operating bases. …

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