Teledyne Brown Engineering was selected by NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC) to receive the 2010 Contractor Excellence Award in the Large Business – Service category. This award is the highest honor given by MSFC, and 2010 marks the fourth time Teledyne Brown has won the award.
Companies applying for the award are evaluated against a number of criteria, including performance, customer satisfaction, leadership, quality, and innovations.
“Teledyne is very honored to be recognized for our quality services and support to NASA,” said Rex Geveden, President of Teledyne Brown Engineering. “We continue to remain focused on safety, competitive pricing and continual improvement of our processes.”
For nearly a decade, Teledyne Brown has been developing, integrating, operating, and maintaining facilities and payloads on the International Space Station (ISS). The Company also provides a wide array of engineering services ranging from concept development and requirements analysis to systems design, engineering, analysis, and integration through test and evaluation.
MSFC has also nominated Teledyne Brown for the 2011 George M. Low Award, NASA Headquarters’ top award for quality and performance. The company is the recipient of the 2006 Low Award.