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SURVICE Engineering Receives Thomey Workforce Leadership Award

Published: Thursday, August 18, 2011 - 16:45

(SURVICE: Belcamp, MD) -- On June 24, 2011, the Susquehanna Workforce Network recognized Belcamp-based SURVICE Engineering Co. as the Harford County Business Winner of the 2011 Donald E. Thomey Workforce Leadership Award. The award was presented at the organization’s 28th annual meeting at the Bulle Rock facilities in Havre de Grace, Maryland.

SURVICE was selected based on its demonstrated commitment to innovative strategies that improve worker skills and workplace quality. Specific categories evaluated included the company’s career-ladder opportunities; its commitment to continuing education, staff development, and diversity; its practices to increase productivity and quality-of-life benefits and opportunities; and its commitment to improving the Susquehanna community.

The award, which included $1,000 for SURVICE to use for future workforce training at Harford Community College, was presented by Barney Michel, president of the Workforce Investment Board, and Dennis Golladay, Ph.D., president of Harford Community College. Accepting the award were SURVICE CEO Jim Foulk and president Jeff Foulk.

“I appreciate all that the Susquehanna Workforce does for Harford and Cecil counties, and I am honored to be recognized by this organization,” said Jeff Foulk. “We take great pride in helping to offer job opportunities to the residents of these counties and the surrounding area, and in giving them a great place to work.”

The Thomey Award was named in honor of Donald Thomey, a long-time community business leader and workforce advocate who passed away in 2009. He was a founding member of the Susquehanna Workforce Network and the Cecil County Chamber of Commerce, as well as board chairman of the Cecil Community College Foundation, the Cecil County Business-Education Advisory Council, and the Susquehanna Region Private Industry Council.

The other recipient of this year’s Thomey Award was Cecil County Business Winner, Upper Bay Counseling and Support Services Inc., based in Elkton, Maryland.

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SURVICE Engineering Co. Inc. provides development, testing, and analysis services for combat systems. SURVICE’s core business areas are studies and analysis, test and evaluation, modeling and simulation, and information technologies. SURVICE’s special technologies include Rayforce, its real-time ray-tracing engine for high-precision, high-speed imagery; addressing the threat of fire with focus on prediction, protection, and mitigation; providing innovative and integrated 3-D measurement and modeling services; information assurance for interdependent combat systems to survive, operate, and succeed in information warfare environments; and system safety with analytical studies, program planning, and testing/verification services.