Atec in the Cajun Navy

Caroline Bennitt People & Community

Hurricane Harvey leaves a wake of destruction behind, but also leaves a city and state united together to rebuild. Stories have emerged of everyday people doing extraordinary things to help their communities and friends. The Louisiana volunteer group, coined the “Cajun Navy” set out by the hundreds in boats rescuing people from their homes in Houston, Beaumont and Port Arthur. …

Atec Attends Citizens for Space Exploration in D.C.

Caroline Bennitt People & Community

Atec participated in the 2017 Citizens for Space Exploration Congressional Visits Trip May 23-25, 2017 to help advance support for human space exploration and demonstrate a large, grassroots constituency for space exploration. The 26th annual trip included 96 travelers, representing 27 states, who split into 3 or 4 person teams to conduct 401 Congressional office visits. The diverse group of …

Atec: In It for the Long Haul
By: Emily L. Pataki

Caroline Bennitt People & Community

For most engineering companies today, good talent can be hard to find and even harder to keep. Small companies in the Aerospace sector must face the very real prospect that bigger companies or competitors will lure their talent away. Many firms provide early training ground for young engineers and professionals, only to see them move on after a few years, …

Halloween Company Party

Caroline Bennitt Around Atec, Atec in the Community, News, People & Community

Atec, Inc. celebrated Halloween with a company party featuring Pumpkin “Boo” Bowling and Pumpkin Carving Contest. The competition was fierce with ten entries. Many pumpkins had intricate carvings while one sported a wig, another was a Minion and Cookie Monster made an appearance eating cookies. Brian Durbin, V.P. (& E.E.) took first place with an adaptation of the old board …