News ItemDecember Park Post 2018
SPACE IN THE PARK
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 firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a tour to learn about the SS&TP — where technology works!
COMPANY AND ORGANIZATION NEWS
SS&TP Testimony Before New Mexico Legislature Jackie Kerby Moore, Manager of Technology and Economic Development at Sandia and Executive Director of the SS&TP, testified before the New Mexico Legislature’s Interim Economic & Rural Development Committee at the State Capitol in Santa Fe at the request of New Mexico State Representative Jim Dines. Jackie spoke about the SS&TP’s 20-year history, successes, and economic impact. Representative Dines spoke about the wonderful success story of the Park and said the Park is one of the “jewels” of his district. He also said events he attends at the SS&TP are “full of enthusiasm,
energy, and enlightenment.”
SS&TP Company Leadership Luncheon
AEgis Technologies, a company located in the Park, hosted the SS&TP Company Leadership Luncheon at the National Museum of Nuclear Science & History. This event was an opportunity for Park and community leaders to learn about AEgis, network with each other, and announce news. AEgis maintains a laser laboratory in the SS&TP to support its efforts in High Energy Laser (HEL) sensors and instrumentation and develops hardware and software solutions in LabVIEW for data acquisition and process control automation for Sandia, DoD, and commercial customers.
CELEBRATING 20 YEARS OF ECONOMIC GROWTH
In 1998, there was discussion about Sandia occupying a building in the SS&TP – close to the Labs, but outside the security gates. The private sector built a facility which Sandia leased. The International Programs Building (IPB), now called the Center for Global Security and Cooperation, houses the Cooperative Monitoring Center and other Sandia international programs.