News ItemApril 2019 Park Post
New Leadership at Raytheon
Richard Glover is the new site director of Raytheon Company in the SS&TP. Richard recently joined Raytheon from Sandia and was previously the president and COO of ACME Advanced Materials, a power electronics development group. He will be responsible for enhancing site processes and optimizing the support infrastructure to enable faster production and deployment of advanced technology prototypes. The Albuquerque Raytheon Site is a Center of Excellence for High Power Microwave Technology and is also developing advanced systems for both U.S. and international test range support.
PADT Celebrates 25 Years in Business
Phoenix Analysis & Design Technologies, Inc. (PADT), a company located in the SS&TP and headquartered in Arizona, is celebratingtheir 25-year anniversary. The company has grown to employ over 95 people located across six states including New Mexico. PADT is an engineering product and services company that focuses on helping customers who develop physical products by providing numerical simulation, product development, and 3D printing solutions.
Is Your Company Growing?
The SS&TP can accommodate you with spaces ranging from 500 to 12,000 square feet. A proposed multi-tenant Innovation Hub will have four buildings with more than 52,000 square feet. The Park has a dynamic blend of high technology and quality-of-life features and amenities to help grow your company. Let’s dig a little deeper into how your company could be a part of this vibrant technology community! Email Linda von Boetticher at email@example.com to learn more about and tour the SS&TP — where technology works!
Senate Joint Memorial Recognizes the SS&TP
On February 22 in Santa Fe, New Mexico State Senator Jim White from District 19, representing the SS&TP, presented “Senate Joint Memorial 6” to the New Mexico State Senate in recognition of the SS&TP’s 20-year history, successes, and economic impact. Sandia National Laboratories Manager of Technology and Economic Development and SS&TP Executive Director Jackie Kerby Moore was a guest on the Senate floor during the Senator’s presentation. During the presentation of the memorial, several Senators provided supportive remarks and praised the success of the Park.