HUNTSVILLE — Maryland-based T2S Solutions is expanding its operations in the Tennessee Valley.
“The cutting of this ribbon symbolizes T2S’s continued commitment and determination to our community, employees, and the warfighter,” said T2S partner Tim Gay at a ribbon-cutting Tuesday.
Huntsville Mayor Tommy Battle, Madison County Commission Chairman Mac McCutcheon, Madison Mayor Paul Finley, Huntsville City Councilman John Meredith, Dylan Smith of U.S. Rep. Dale Strong’s office, and Cummings Research Park Executive Director Erin Koshut joined Gay and T2S partner Timothy Jahnigen, T2S partner Robert Reichelmann, T2S partner & COO Charles Sanford in the ceremony.
“We’re delighted to see T2S-Solutions deepen its investment in Huntsville,” said Battle. “The company’s significant role in defense and cybersecurity intelligence, and its decision to expand into (Cummings Research Park), signifies its confidence in Huntsville’s workforce and recognizes the region’s leadership role in protecting our country and our allies.”
The company’s newest location, on Gilmer Drive in Cummings Research Park, adds 8,000 square feet of office space and 44,000 square feet of environmentally controlled space for T2S’s Tactical Space Layer Integration Lab.
Founded in 2010, T2S Solutions is a mission-focused product and solution provider specializing in Rapid Prototyping and Experimentation, Systems Development, Integration, Test and Sustainment.
The company’s customers include the Department of Defense, mission partners and the intelligence community, industry partners and government agencies.
“We are thankful to have a company like T2S-Solutions in our community,” said McCutcheon. “Their support of our nation’s warfighter keeps national security a top priority. T2S Solutions plays a vital role in the economic growth in Madison County and north Alabama.
“Thank you for your partnership.”