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Thompson & Litton Expanding
November 27, 2007

With its federal small business status and a federal HUBZone designation, Thompson and Litton (T&L) is positioned to expand its portfolio of federal projects. To advance marketing efforts into the federal market, Jody Blackburn, PE, project manager, and Jim Thompson, Chairman of T&L’s Board of Directors, recently attended the Virginia Economic Bridge’s Linked Workforce Showcase at Ft. Belvoir, Virginia. This Showcase is a part of the Linked Workforce Program designed to showcase the capabilities of Southwestern Virginia companies in order to enhance business opportunities in our area. This Showcase is also dedicated to facilitating the development of strategic alliances between companies in Southwestern Virginia and Northern Virginia.

Thompson & Litton has already begun to secure government contracts as well as aligning with larger companies such as KBR, the largest contractor for the United States Army and a top-ten contractor for the U.S. Department of Defense, most recently by providing cost estimating services for several middle eastern governmental projects including CENTCOM Afghan National Army Hospital, CENTCOM Afghan National Army Maintenance Facility, and the Mishkhab Water Treatment Plant in Iraq. In recent months, Thompson & Litton has also been awarded a secured contract from the United States Postal Service as the prime engineer to provide architectural and engineering services under an Indefinite Quantity of Services contract for various postal facilities projects in the six-state Appalachian area. Ongoing work with national and international clients includes an office facility in Lebanon, Virginia for CGI, consulting work on a new facility in Lebanon, Virginia for global defense giant Northrop Grumman, and various professional services to KBR.

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