SMASS Employees collected over 300 books to support the United Way Book Drive for Brevard County Little Free Libraries. These Little Free Libraries have become so popular since being implemented that the United Way is having a hard time keeping them full.
A-P-T Research, Inc., has received a prime contract award as a result of the SeaPort NxG solicitation N00178-18-R-7000.
“SeaPort” is the electronic procurement tool by which all Navy and Marine Corps contracting offices can obtain services through competitive and efficient means. Task Order requirements are developed, solicited, awarded and administered all within the SeaPort Portal.
“SeaPort NxG” is both the electronic module within the SeaPort Portal as well as the set of Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) Multiple Award Contracts (MACs) that is available for use in conducting competitive procurements among its vendor participants.
APT-Florida’s 2018 Giving Fund went to Brevard County Schools Supply Zone for Teachers. The Supply Zone for Teachers is a nonprofit resource center that provides free supplies for teachers to use in high-poverty classrooms in Brevard County, Florida. Established in 2014, the Supply Zone has already served more than 100,000 students by distributing over $3 million in supplies. SMASS employees participating in the giving fund contributed $1500. Thank you to everyone who participated!
Throughout each year, APT employee-owners contribute to the APT Giving Fund, then select local nonprofit organizations to receive funds collected during the year. This year, APT awarded two $5,000 grants to Lincoln Village Ministries and the Boys and Girls Club of North Alabama. Lincoln Village Ministries takes a Christian, holistic approach to helping families in this neighborhood in all areas of life, including affordable housing, education, life skills, and childcare. The Boys and Girls Club of North Alabama is part of a nationwide organization that is working to help young people of all backgrounds develop the qualities they need to become responsible citizens and leaders. It serves more than 5,000 youth with programs that actively enrich their lives. The generosity of our employee-owners is greatly appreciated!
On October 18, 2018, A-P-T Research, Inc., received a subcontract award from AECOM for Ammunition and Explosives Facility Support (A&EFS) Phase One. The contract period of performance is 10/18/18 through 01/31/2020 with a total value of $749K. This effort will be led by Dr. Tyler Ross out of our Ogden, UT, office. Dr. Ross has spent nine years with APT specializing in structural analysis and explosives safety analysis. He leads the NAVFAC Fleet Concentration Area Magazine Study (FCAMS) project through structural assessments, software tool development, and Quantity-Distance (QD) explosives safety site planning.
On September 18, 2018, A-P-T Research, Inc., received a prime contract award for the Explosion Effects, Risk Assessment, and Protective Construction Support for Explosives Safety Contract to the Naval Facilities Engineering and Expeditionary Warfare Center (NAVFAC EXWC). The contract period of performance 9/18/18 through 9/17/23 is with a total value of $6.5M. NAVFAC is the Naval Shore and Expeditionary Systems Command that: plans, builds, and maintains sustainable facilities; delivers environmental, utilities, and other base services; and acquires and manages expeditionary combat force systems and equipment. Part of EXWC’s mission is to support the Department of Defense Explosives Safety Board (DDESB). APT’s support effort will be led by John Tatom out of our Huntsville, AL, office. Mr. Tatom has spent 20 years with APT specializing in explosives safety analysis and testing. He develops explosion effects and consequence prediction methodologies for DDESB’s Technical Paper 14 (TP-14) and testing procedures for DDESB’s Technical Paper 21 (TP-21).
REDSTONE ARSENAL, Ala. — You’ve probably seen the photos. Lightning seen from space appears to be nothing more than an artistic light show. Up close, lightning is no fun. People struck by lightning are badly injured or killed. Buildings hit by lightning are damaged, or destroyed by the resultant fire. “The reason why you want to do lightning, it is a natural event that the equipment in the field is going to experience,” said Redstone Test Center Engineer, Jeff Craven.
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During 2017, APT provided software system safety to Oshkosh Defense for the Joint Light Tactical Vehicle (JLTV). APT provided technical expertise and guidance to ensure software hazards and risks were identified and mitigated. The software safety process developed and implemented at Oshkosh ensures safety and enhances the performance of the JLTV to provide protected, sustained, networked mobility in multi-mission environments.
The Safety Engineering & Analysis Center (SEAC) is debuting two new training classes in 2018; Reliability Engineering & Risk Management for Safety Engineering.
Reliability Engineering is designed for professionals wanting to advance their understanding and knowledge in reliability engineering tools and techniques and their application in technical assessments and special studies. This course is taught by Dr. Fayssal Safie who recently retired as the NASA Technical Fellow for Reliability & Maintainability Engineering.
Risk Management for Safety Engineering provides an overview of the underlying processes used to manage risks and demonstrates the common elements that can be applied to any sector of our economy. This course is taught by Tom Pfitzer & Tom Delong who combined have over 75 years of experience as safety professionals and risk management practices.
For course brochures, available offerings, course fees, and online registration please visit: www.apt-research.com/training
APT also conducts training classes at customer locations for clients who request them. Contact Megan Stroud at 256.327.3373 or firstname.lastname@example.org for information regarding availability.