AdamWorks is a Finalist for Colorado Companies To Watch
Composites Engineering/Manufacturing firm is recognized for its contribution to the Colorado economy
Colorado Companies To Watch honors second stage companies that develop valuable products and services, create quality jobs, enrich communities and create new industries throughout Colorado. The year-long program is hosted by the Colorado Office of Economic Development and the Edward Lowe Foundation.
Led by Aerospace professionals, AdamWorks differentiates itself by providing both decades of aerospace level engineering expertise as well as great depth in manufacturing composite structures and systems. This background coupled with the ability to deliver to customers solutions within budget and on time, has led to significant growth and recognition as a valued supplier to the aerospace and defense, green energy and commercial aviation markets.
“We founded this company just over five years ago with a belief that we could be a game changer in the $50B composites industry, and we are pleased that the contribution of all of our employees has resulted in being named a Colorado Companies to Watch," states Kim Madigan, Chief Executive Officer.
"Colorado Companies to Watch is pleased to recognize AdamWorks as a 2013 Finalist. The AdamWorks increase in jobs and revenue represent the company's ability for continuous growth here in Colorado. We look forward to supporting AdamWorks here in Colorado,” said Sam Bailey, Program Director, Colorado Companies to Watch.
AdamWorks, based in Centennial, Colorado, is a leading provider of intelligently engineered composite solutions and systems for aerospace and defense and commercial industries. AdamWorks operates out of 30,000 square feet and is an ISO:9001 2008 certified company.
About Colorado Companies to Watch
Colorado Companies to Watch is a unique statewide awards program recognizing growing companies that fuel the economic fire of the state. Colorado Companies to Watch honors companies that develop valuable products and services, create quality jobs, enrich communities and create new industries throughout Colorado. The Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade launched the program in 2009 in conjunction with the Edward Lowe Foundation, and valuable sponsors, key drivers, community and supporting partners, as well as volunteers from across Colorado.