Having doubled in size during the past three years while maintaining superior performance for our customers, LinQuest is proud to share our most recent achievements and innovations. Catch up on all the latest news and top stories from LinQuest Corporation below.
Scott George has been awarded LinQuest's highest award, the LinQuest Exceptional Performance Award, for his work on the Enhanced Polar Satellite (EPS) program. Scott leads a team of engineers responsible for the procurement of the EPS payload and its integration onto a host satellite. Scott was selected from candidates across the company submitted by peers and managers alike. Congratulations to Scott for this accomplishment!
Tim Ayers from our Los Angeles Office won LinQuest's annual recruiting prize worth $10,000. As an engineering services company, LinQuest relies on our people to help recruit the best of the best. We offer recruiting bonuses and the chance at an annual recruiting prize. This year the winner could select a vacation, a home improvement budget or a trip to the Super Bowl or World Series. For each recruit referred an employee gets one chance in the random drawing for the annual prize. Congratulations to Tim!
Through LinQuest's technical support to deployed warfighters, we are keenly aware of the sacrifice they and their families make on our behalf. As a small token of our appreciation, our Colorado Springs office assembled and delivered holiday food baskets to families of deployed soldiers at Fort Carson. Our effort was lead by Chris Russi with a lot of help from Lori Sue Trivelli and Angie Craig. In addition to donations of food from LinQuest employees, several local supermarkets donated food as well. All of us at LinQuest salute our patriots and their families.