WARREN — Waltonen Engineering Inc., a global leader in engineering services, said Thursday that it has been awarded a U.S. General Services Administration Schedule 871 Professional Engineering Services Contract.
Waltonen currently provides engineering services to numerous government agencies, including the Warren-based U.S. Army Tank Automotive Research Development Engineering Center (TARDEC) and Tank Automotive Command (TACOM), as well as the U.S. Air Force and the National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration. Waltonen president and CEO Lloyd Brown noted that “By adding the GSA schedule to our portfolio of offerings, Waltonen will be able to support other government agencies with our leading-edge professional engineering services.”
With headquarters in Warren, and offices throughout the United States, Waltonen specializes in engineering, design, systems engineering and product lifecycle management for various government and commercial customers. The GSA contract will give government agencies access to Waltonen experts in all fields of professional engineering services.
“At Waltonen, growth is not just about expanding our customer base,” said Brown. “It’s also about becoming a more flexible, knowledgeable and skilled organization so that we are better equipped to continue to address the requirements and challenges of our long-term customers.”
Founded in 1957, Waltonen Engineering is an ISO 9001-certified provider of full-service engineering, design, manufacturing and professional services. Our success in the military, automotive, aerospace, medical device and transportation industries has been achieved through leading technologies, quality practices and the commitment of our employees to exceed our customers’ expectations.
For more on Waltonen, visit www.waltonen.com.