Peerless Technologies Corporation was notified that the government has awarded a contract to support the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL), Aerospace Vehicles Division’s Experimental Facilities.

Peerless, with its subcontractor University of Dayton Research Institute (UDRI), will support AFRL’s research operations in the Structural Test Facility complex, Wind Tunnel Complex, and Mach 6 Wind Tunnel Complex at Wright Patterson AFB. The single award contract is valued at just under $50 million over the expected four-year period of performance consisting of a base year and three one-year options.

Peerless will support the AFRL’s structural test and wind tunnel facilities including instrumentation, control and data systems, test article preparations, Non Destructive Inspection/Non Destructive Evaluation (NDI/NDE), acoustic and vibration systems, analytical support, test operations, facility upgrades and modifications, and experimental test plan development and reporting.

“We’re excited to begin work supporting cutting edge research into future air vehicle technologies, continuing our long standing history supporting the Air Force Research Lab” said Kurt Harendza, Sr. Vice President of Peerless’ Innovation and Research business group. “Our locally based team provides proven technical capabilities, experienced management, and responsive support for our employees supporting our AFRL customers on base.”

About Peerless Technologies Corporation

Peerless, founded in 2000, headquartered in Fairborn, Ohio, with multiple operating locations nationwide and an extensive portfolio of federal government customers and support experience. Peerless core competencies are Systems Engineering; Program Management; Information Technology; Cyber Defense; Medical and Human Performance; Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance; Training and Training Systems; and Research and Development, Test and Evaluation. Peerless provides technology-focused consulting and research to federal clients including the Department of Defense, Department of Energy, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Environmental Protection Agency, and Department of Homeland Security.