News Archive: May 2017
Kord Defence, an Australian government contractor, set up its first U.S. office under than name Kord USA in Stafford County.
The company recently won a contract for $2.25 million over 18 months to “develop innovative products for the United States Marine Corps that would see additional staff employed under the United States Foreign Comparative Testing program,” according to a press release.
The office is in the recently finished 40,000-square-foot, two-story building at the Quantico Corporate Center.
A Stafford-based coalition is working to tap into retired business talent to help local businesses thrive through SCORE: Assistance with Starting or Operating a Small Business.
Stafford County, the Quantico Innovation Center, and the Virginia Region of SCORE invite local retired and almost-retired entrepreneurs and business leaders to an information meeting exploring new avenues for channeling their talents through volunteerism, by helping local entrepreneurs start small businesses and achieve new levels of success in their existing businesses.
The Quantico Innovation Center, an accelerator for local, technology-based, startup businesses, opened Thursday.
The nonprofit center is part of the Stafford Technology & Research Park at Quantico Corporate Center. Its purpose is to attract and retain technology-based businesses, which could fuel economic development.
The organization recently moved into 1000 Corporate Dr. and is being led by executive director Michael Tentnowski, who was hired last year.
The 8,000-square-foot retail building at 125 Corporate Drive in Stafford County has sold for $3.55 million.
Locally, the only certified site is in the Quantico Corporate Center, which is certified by Dominion Power as a data center. That means it is ready …
The North Stafford location is the latest to pass Dominion’s stringent criteria in its Data Center Site Certification Program and the first in Stafford County.
The 12.5-acre site within the corporate center was identified as an ideal location for a data center, just 30 miles south of Washington, D.C., with access to ample and reliable electric power and an extensive fiber-optic network along the I–95 corridor recently completed by SummitIG.
Stafford officials have set the stage for a barrage of economic development now that Dominion Virginia Power has certified a data center site in the county, Virginia Secretary of Technology Karen Jackson said Thursday.
Jackson was one of the speakers at Stafford’s announcement of what’s to come at Boswell’s Corner and the Quantico Corporate Center. The site is expected to attract businesses, which house computer systems and associated components, such as telecommunications and digital storage systems.
SummitIG closed on a parcel in the Quantico Corporate Center for a utility facility this week. … organizations that need a secure, high-speed connection, such as businesses, government contractors and universities, can get as large a connection as needed.
HumanTouch, LLC, an innovator of strategic technology services and solutions, today announced the opening of a second HumanTouch office located at the Quantico Corporate Center.