TriVector Ribbon Cutting
TriVector celebrated a ribbon cutting on March 23rd to celebrate their new business classification of Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB), their new President/CEO Mike Verhage, and their new headquarters location.Monday, 04 April 2022.
On March 23, 2022 at 3 p.m., TriVector Services hosted a ribbon cutting at their new headquarters at Technology Place (215 Wynn Drive, Suite 101, Huntsville, AL 35805). While TriVector Services has been an established and reliable name in the Huntsville government contracting community for nearly 14 years, they recently moved locations, realigned leadership, and changed small business classification. Due to its rapid growth within the past 2 years, TriVector exceeded the available space at its former location and decided to move closer to Research Park with room to expand. This physical move coincided with a change in leadership for TriVector, seeing Mike Verhage (Colonel, USAF, Ret.) take over as the company CEO and President. Under this new leadership, TriVector is now classified as a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) and is proud to represent and support the robust veteran community in North Alabama.
The ribbon cutting was a huge event, hosted by the Huntsville-Madison Chamber of Commerce with setup and catering provided by The Event Planner. TriVector leadership and personnel were in attendance along with Huntsville senior leadership and special guests, Kathryn Verhage (Mike’s wife), Huntsville Mayor Tommy Battle, Madison County Commission Chairman Dale Strong, Madison City Mayor Paul Finley, Shan McMillian from U.S. Senator Shelby’s office, Gwen Shelton from U.S. Senator Tuberville’s Office, and James Manasco from U.S. Representative Aderholt’s office.
In his speech, Mike talked about TriVector’s history in the Defense and Civil/Space industries, taking time to highlight TriVector’s proven strengths including their unique lean systems engineering approach, diverse engineering analysis, strong configuration/data management expertise, and efficient project management knowledge. Mike also thanked and expressed his deep appreciation and respect for TriVector’s Founding fathers, Marc Verhage, Dr. Joey Shelton, and Tim Kauffman and their wives Beverly, Susie, and Jen.
Mike concluded his comments by stating the following: “Today we are celebrating a new location, our growth in this community for over 14 years and our new Classification of Service-Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business. Our mission continues to center around providing quality Engineering solutions to complex problems through a renowned team of engineering professionals. We are seeking lasting partnerships based on professional integrity and sound engineering principles. TriVector brings Experience, exceptional Performance, and measurable Value to everything we do.”