Basic Info

238 Business Park Blvd Building 23B Suite J
Madison, AL 35758
(256) 461-8522
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www.kte-aerospace.com
Preferred contact:
  David B Sisk - President/CEO
K T Engineering Corporation
Business Identifier: aerospace systems, subsystems, and components.
Public Profile:
KT Engineering Corporation (KTE) is focused on the engineering design, development, test and manufacturing of aerospace products. With headquarters in Madison, Alabama, KTE supports various government and commercial customers throughout the United States and through its field offices in Florida, Colorado and Wisconsin. In 2006, KTE opened its state of the art fabrication and manufacturing facility in Wisconsin capable of serving the needs of both government and commercial customers. The company is led by a team of aerospace industry veterans with extensive experience in design, development, and launch of operational space launch systems such as the Atlas, Athena, Titan, Space Shuttle, and STS Centaur, as well as conceptual design, development, and test of advanced technologies and experimental systems such as the X-33, VentureStar, and the X-40A Space Maneuver Vehicle. Over the years, KTE has focused on obtaining and executing U.S. Government and commercial contracts for development and demonstration of advanced technologies in the areas of propulsion, structures, ground support equipment and avionics. During this period we have developed outstanding working and contractual relationships with U.S. Government and commercial customers and have demonstrated our ability to compete for, win, and successfully execute complex aerospace development efforts.

 Synopsis: Awardee Business Condition
Year Founded 1997 First SBIR Year 2000 Date of Last Award 2011
Employee Range 15-19 VC funded? No IP Holdings N/A
Revenue Range 1M-2.5M Private/Public Privately Held Exchange/Symbol N/A : N/A
 Most Recent SBIR Projects
Year Phase Agency Dollars Project Title
2011 1 NASA $99,257 Dual Use Catalytically Initiated Combustor (CIC) for Rocket Engine Ignition and Thruster Applications
2010 1 NASA $100,000 Dual Use Catalytically Initiated Combustor (CIC) for Rocket Engine Ignition and Thruster Applications
2003 1 NASA $70,000 Altitude Compensating Nozzle Design Tool
2003 1 NASA $70,000 Altitude Compensating Nozzle Transonic Performance Flight Demonstration

      

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