Huntsville joint venture wins $76M NASA engineering contract

RSI-Quantitech to provide engineering services and support at Marshall and Michoud

Liftoff from Cape Canaveral. Image courtesy of NASA.
Liftoff from Cape Canaveral. Image courtesy of NASA.

RSI-Quantitech, a joint venture between two Huntsville small businesses, has been awarded a $76.6 million engineering and technical support contract to aid NASA operations at Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville and Michoud Assembly Facility in Louisiana.

The joint venture between Radial Solutions Inc. and Quantitech Inc. is to provide “on-site engineering technicians and trade skills services” plus related services to the engineering directorate and facilities management office at Marshall, NASA said in announcing the contract.

The performance-based cost-plus-award-fee contract begins March 1, 2022, and lasts a year with four more one-year option periods and a maximum potential value of $196.8 million.

Radial Solutions, a small business owned by a service-disabled veteran, specializes in complex systems integration and technology insertion on military aircraft.

Quantitech, also a small business, has been providing technical and management support to government and military agencies for some 28 years.

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