Leading with Science in highly available critical infrastructure systems
Jason Cook is a senior project manager with Tetra Tech and is a Professional Engineer and Uptime Institute Accredited Tier Designer for critical infrastructure supporting data centers and critical missions.
Acquiring and delivering advanced information technology solutions to the U.S. Department of Defense
Vincent Holloway is Vice President, Defense Information Technology (IT) Services in Tetra Tech’s Arlington, Virginia, office. He has more than 30 years of experience working with the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) in various technical, management, and leadership positions. His experience includes more than 20 years as an Army Signal Corps Officer in technical and tactical assignments around the world, including his final assignment at the Defense Information Systems Agency.
Designing mission critical facilities that accommodate current and future needs and offering innovative solutions that up the ante within the sector
Craig is the Sydney-based market sector lead for mission-critical services at Norman Disney & Young, A Tetra Tech Company (NDY), part of the Tetra Tech High Performance Buildings Group. He supports the business with his technical expertise in high-voltage networks, and fault-tolerant and renewable energy systems and microgrids.
Applying information technology strategies to solve business problems for federal clients
Terrence Blair is the Chief Technology Officer for the federal information technology (IT) programs in Tetra Tech’s Arlington, Virginia, office. Terrence has 30 years of experience working in the IT field in various technical, management, and strategic roles and has been with Tetra Tech for more than 10 years. He has more than 15 years of experience focused on strategic technology consulting and has worked for a variety of commercial, nonprofit, and federal clients.
Building relationships to meet aggressive schedules and client needs
Brian Thorne, an expert in military planning, design, and construction oversight, has nearly 25 years of experience leading infrastructure projects. A retired Army Major with 22 years of service with the Army National Guard, Brian now provides exceptional leadership and project management skills to his Department of Defense (DoD) clients.
At Koch company John Zink Hamworthy Combustion, 3D printers are being repurposed to create face shields for frontline healthcare workers
Tim Aman is a self-described geek. From his workstation at John Zink Hamworthy Combustion’s (JZHC) headquarters in Tulsa, Oklahoma, the company’s IT systems analyst proudly shows off the scale replica of the Star Trek USS Voyager he made with a Makerbot Ultimaker 3D printer using a file he downloaded off the internet.
Helping the small business community sort through CARES Act COVID-19 relief options
Tetra Tech is proud to partner with, mentor, and support many small businesses. We are using our artificial intelligence (AI) to help small businesses find the information they need about available COVID-19 relief options.
Engineered and designed by CRB, Pfizer’s Andover Clinical Manufacturing Facility focuses on integration and flexibility to speed patient therapies.
April 28, 2020 /3BL Media/ - A state-of-the-art facility allowing Pfizer Inc. to significantly expand its global clinical manufacturing and speed critical therapies to patients has been awarded the 2020 Facility of the Year Award for Facility Integration, by the International Society for Pharmaceutical Engineering.
Essential strategies to position your ATMP facility for success.
It’s a thrilling time to be part of an advanced therapy medicinal product (ATMP) project. You’re working on a new frontier of scientific discovery, using some of the fastest-evolving and most complex techniques available to potentially cure our most malignant diseases. For patients and drug developers alike, ATMP manufacturing could be a dream come true.
In times of immense strain and crisis our truest colors often show through. As the entire globe faces the unprecedented and catastrophic impact of the coronavirus pandemic, we’ve seen moments of brightness during a fog of immense sadness and uncertainty.
This is the time when many things will be put to the test, including how business responds. In this moment of global need, we will remember those companies that stood tall, acted quickly and with humanity. We will also remember those that did not.