About Us

TriVector Services, Inc. provides quality aerospace engineering solutions to complex problems through a renowned team of engineering professionals. We are a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned (SDVO) Small Business headquartered in Huntsville, Alabama.


Every new TriVector employee joins a team of experienced, dedicated professionals who know that their performance and work ethic reflects not only on themselves, but also on every other member of the TriVector team and being a solution to the customer.

Core Capabilities

News & Events

TriVector Gives Back: Project Linus

  Jun 5, 2022
TriVector Gives Back: Project Linus As part of our initiative to give back to the community, TriVector donates $500 to Project Linus’ Huntsville chapter. April

International Women’s Engineering Day

  Jun 5, 2022
International Women’s Engineering Day In honor of International Women in Engineering Day this year, the following TriVector engineer women were asked the following questions in

Farewell from TriVector

  Jun 5, 2022
Farewell from TriVector Pioneer Employee, Bill Anglin Bill Anglin, one of TriVector’s first generation of employees, retires from TriVector. August 5, 2021 Shortly after retiring

International Leadership Week

  Jun 5, 2022
International Leadership Week Marc Verhage speaks about the challenges he faced and values and strengths that helped him lead TriVector during a pandemic as the

TriVector Ribbon Cutting

  May 15, 2022
TriVector Ribbon Cutting Monday, 04 April 2022. On March 23, 2022 at 3 p.m., TriVector Services hosted a ribbon cutting at their new headquarters at

Marc Verhage Awarded the NASA OPLM

  May 15, 2022
Marc Verhage Awarded the NASA OPLM Marshall Space Flight Center’s YouTube channel  Tuesday, 12 April 2022. Marc Verhage is one of three recipients to be



Our Success Stories

Learn how TriVector made a difference: AH-64D Apache Postproduction Software Support (PPSS) – NASA Systems Engineering Space Launch System (SLS) Avionics Lab – AED Mission Equipment Division Organizational Assessment – Hypersonic Glide Body Prototype Engineering – Next Generation Interceptor