Continued success with winning large Defense Department contacts has helped Altamira Technologies Corp. solidify its presence beyond the Beltway, with recent news that its Dayton, Ohio, location has now eclipsed the company’s McLean, Virginia, office.
In fact, Altamira’s Dayton office has grown from 1,260 square feet to over 30,000 square feet in just a few years, President Jonathan Moneymaker told Dayton Business Journal.
“We’re thrilled and honored to be part of the fabric here in the community,” Moneymaker told DBJ.
Altamira’s opening of a larger office in Fairborn was to facilitate new work with the Pentagon, Moneymaker added.
Some of that recent work includes a 5-year, $25 million contract with the Air Force Research Laboratory. The $24.6 million Distributed Radio Frequency Sensing contract is to provide ARL with next-gen radio frequency sensing technologies through R&D of radio-frequency systems and sub-systems.
Altamira Vice President Blaine Worthington told DBJ other deals, such as one with a ceiling of $950 million and a recent one worth up to $960 million with the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, have been “[t]he biggest driver to our success.”
The past years have seen the company’s annual revenue grow by double digits, a feat that led to Moneymaker’s promotion from chief strategy officer to president.
But 2018 will be especially significant.
“This will be the best year in company history,” Moneymaker told DBJ.