Milan, OH – Sierra Lobo, Inc. is part of the NASA Engineering Services Contract that was awarded to a team headed by QinetiQ North America. The contract provides engineering services and products at the Kennedy Space Center (KSC) in Florida.
“We are happy to be a part of the ESC team, and look forward to providing engineering and technical support to the R&D laboratories and development shops. We are also very excited to be a part of developing future ground support equipment at KSC, and bringing our experience from numerous NASA research centers,” says Daniel R. Lowe, Senior Vice President and Business Development Director of Sierra Lobo.
The cost-plus award fee contract begins on March 1, 2011. It has a five-year base period with three, one-year option periods. The $1.9 billion prime contract is responsible for: designing and developing ground systems and equipment for handling, test, checkout, servicing, and other ground processing of launch vehicles, spacecraft, and payloads. It performs flight systems engineering and support engineering for space flight hardware and software, develops technology that addresses NASA mission requirements and operational needs, operates laboratories and developmental shops, and provides technical services.
About Sierra Lobo
Sierra Lobo is a provider of engineering and technical services that support NASA and DoD research and technology development efforts. It was founded in Fremont, OH in 1993. Today it employs over 400 people in seven states, including: Ohio, Virginia, Texas, Louisiana, California, Florida, and Alabama. An office in Hampton, Virginia, is opening soon. It also has a testing facility and operations office in Milan, OH.
For more information on Sierra Lobo, go to https://sierralobo.com/ or call 419.499.9653.