WT Resources is proud to announce a new business called ProCentric Management Consulting, LLC! Along with with Carrie Ann Williams, WT Resources’ owner Matt Wallace will provide consulting support services for program and project management, architecture and engineering design, and construction management services for government projects. For more information, go to http://www.pcmc-llc.com/its-official-procentric-management-consulting-launches/
Matthew Wallace was recently notified that his nomination to become a Fellow to the Society of America Military Engineers package was approved. Continue reading
Mr. Kenneth A. Stegall, PE from Custom Mechanical Services receives the 2012 SAME Post Small Business Liaison Officer of the Year Award.
The annual “Post Small Business Liaison Office (PSBLO) of the Year” is an annual award recognizing the PSBLO who best exemplifies the mission of the SAME Small Business Council. The criteria for the award include small business advocacy both inside and outside of SAME, and participation on the small business council. The PSBLO of the Year for 2012 is Mr. Kenneth A. Stegall, PE from Custom Mechanical Services. Mr. Stegall accepted this award at the 2013 Joint Engineer Training Conference Post Awards Breakfast held in San Diego on May 23rd.
The Baltimore Post of the Society of American Military Engineers has selected WT Resources to receive the 2012 “Small Business Sustaining Member Firm of the Year Award.” The Post presents this award in recognition of WT Resources’ efforts in maintaining and advancing the objectives of the Post.
WT Resources Wins SAME Baltimore Post’s 2012 Small Business Sustaining Member Firm of the Year
Wallace Technical Resources received a plaque of appreciation for sponsoring the Elkridge Hurricanes, a Maryland based youth football team. Football tends to attracts kids who have a natural aggressiveness and athleticism and can be a perfect outlet to demonstrate those qualities in a team setting while building relationships with teammates and coaches.When a youngster loves football and wants to play on a school team, it can be a wonderful opportunity to demonstrate his talent and athleticism. However, no matter how talented the player, the opportunity to play football is a privilege. In order for a young player to be allowed to play, he must keep his grades in order and act as a good citizen in all endeavors. Once players who really want to get out on the field understand this, they often take care of their responsibilities so they don’t lose their chance to play.
The 2012 Small Business Awards for the Society of American Military Engineers (SAME) were given out at the SAME Small Business Conference which took place at the Gaylord Texan Conference Center in Grapevine, TX on December 10-12, 2012
Each year, SAME presents awards to individuals and organizations from the uniformed services and the private sector in recognition of achievement in support of the engineering profession, the nation’s national security objectives and the SAME Strategic Plan, which promotes recognition for the internal and external accomplishments of SAME members.
The SAME awards program includes awards presented to SAME member organizations and individuals and to individuals representing the uniformed services. Nominations for awards are typically due around the end of January of each year, and a vast majority of the awards are presented during a special honors luncheon at the Joint Engineer Training Conference, held each spring.
Quality of Life + (QL+) is a 501(c )(3) nonprofit organization created to foster and generate innovations to aid and improve the quality of life for those injured in the line of duty. QL+ accepts challenges from wounded active-duty service members and retired military veterans, members of the intelligence and law enforcement communities, first responders and other public servants injured in the line of duty. These challenges become projects at the state-of-the-art QL+ Laboratory, located at California Polytechnic State University (Cal Poly) in San Luis Obispo, Calif.
By harnessing the exceptional creative and engineering skills of students and faculty at Cal Poly, QL+ succeeds in developing innovative solutions that help our nation’s heroes live, work and play. You can read more about the QL+ initiatives and organization at www.qlplus.org.
Donations through the Society of American Military Engineers (SAME) for the Prosthetic Knee-Leg Lift and the Myoelectric Mouse . More can be read about these two projects by following the links.