Albuquerque Business First recognizes standout companies at its annual Best Places to Work Awards, and for the second year in a row, Redwire’s facility in Albuquerque, New Mexico, has been recognized as one of this year’s honorees for the 2023 Best Places to Work. Honorees were selected based on nominations from the public and the results of employment satisfaction surveys from each participating company. Companies with the highest scores were named honorees.
Redwire’s team in Albuquerque delivers mechanical, structural, and thermal technologies for satellite and space launch applications. These products and services include space mechanisms, multi-payload launch adapters, structural testing, deployable composite booms, deployable space structures, R&D engineering, spacecraft thermal management components, and thermal analysis.
Technology from Redwire’s Albuquerque location has supported more than 20 spaceflight missions with government customers like NASA and the Department of Defense and has been providing advanced engineered products and services for launch vehicles and satellite manufacturing for over a decade. In June, Redwire announced that it provided advanced engineering services and payload deployment expertise from the Albuquerque facility to support X-Bow System’s Bolt Rocket, which successfully launched on June 8 from White Sands Missile Range in New Mexico.
The team also provided the Veritrek thermal software system for NASA’s Ingenuity helicopter, launched from NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in 2020. Redwire’s Veritrek thermal design software supported thermal design of the helicopter and has continued to support flight operations on the surface of Mars for over 2 years.
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