Qualis Corporation announces acquisition of Bonham Technologies, Inc
Founded in 2004, BTI has provided a wide-array of UH-60 fleet support and systems integration, test and evaluation, and training support for ground vehicles.
"The acquisition of such a reputable company as BTI will significantly enhance Qualis' unmanned and rotary wing aviation capabilities in the competitive Huntsville market," said Qualis President Roderick Duke.
"We wholeheartedly welcome Lou and team," said Qualis Founder and CEO Elizabeth Morard, noting that the acquisition of BTI "marks a meaningful growth milestone in Qualis' history to add this capable group of people to the Qualis family." Morard added, "I appreciate the initiative and dedication of Rod and team to make this happen."
BTI has become a proven aviation contractor throughout its history providing aviation and missile weapons systems support to organizations such as the U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command (CCDC) Aviation and Missile Center, formerly known as the Aviation and Missile Research, Development and Engineering Center (AMRDEC) at Redstone Arsenal. Over the past decade, BTI has provided innovative solutions to the rotary wing industry with both integrity and a commitment to excellence.
"This acquisition will be advantageous for Qualis' strategic direction as we continue to expand our aviation service offerings," said Duke.
For more information, contact the Business Development Department at (256) 971-1707 or visit www.qualis-corp.com.
About Qualis Corporation
Qualis Corporation is a Woman-Owned Small Business headquartered in Huntsville, Alabama, with a 26-year history as a trusted Air Force, Army, Joint Department of Defense, MDA, NASA, and Navy partner. Qualis employees provide award-winning support to complex technical and engineering efforts, helping ensure critical programs, products, and systems are acquired, tested, and fully operational when fielded. Our qualifications are deeply rooted in the entire acquisition life cycle for highly complex ACAT I-III, Urgent Operational Needs, and Joint Urgent Operational Needs systems and components in support of the Warfighter, Homeland Defense, and Human Spaceflight.