Red Canyon Engineering and Software develops cutting-edge technology to help humankind explore space and other planets, as well as advanced renewable resources on Earth. We are proud to be involved with important missions ranging from searching for water on Mars, to analyzing the composition of distant comets, and building the next human spacecraft. Our clients include government agencies such as NASA, DOD, NOAA, and NREL (National Renewable Energy Laboratory), in addition to prime contractors such as Lockheed Martin, Millenium Engineering, Honeywell, Ball Aerospace, United Lauch Alliance, and Harris.
LATEST NEWS - December 2016
Red Canyon Awarded a GSA Schedule Contract
Red Canyon Software is excited to announce that it is now a GSA Schedule Contract Holder! This award will open the door for new Federal contracting opportunities. It will also allow Red Canyon to maximize its HUBZone and Veteran Owned small business designations, as many set-aside contracts are awarded to contractors through this schedule. If you'd like to view Red Canyon's vendor listing on the GSA website, please click here. For more information on the GSA program, please click here to visit the GSA website, or click the GSA logo above.
LATEST NEWS - December 2016
Red Canyon support for Cambodian students
Red Canyon engineer Raz Phou is a volunteer member of the People Helping Others Unconditionally (P.H.O.U.) non-profit charity, which provides basic necessities such as food, clothing, school supplies, and recreational equipment to children living in rural Cambodia. The charity was started 15 years ago by a Buddhist monk, Pharn Phou, who was devoted to helping others. Red Canyon is an avid supporter of educating our next generation, and has made a donation to P.H.O.U. to provide school uniforms, shoes, writing utensils, and books to K-6 students in two different Cambodian schools. Want to show your support for this impactful cause? Click here to visit the P.H.O.U. website!
Below are photos are some of the recipients of supplies as a result of Red Canyon's support (click left and right arrows to scroll through photos).
LATEST NEWS - June 2016
Barry Hamilton Featured in the Denver Business Journal
As an EY Entrepreneur Of The Year 2016 Finalist, our CEO, Barry Hamilton, was featured in a recent issue of the Denver Business Journal. Profiling Barry's history and what led him to his current position in the aerospace industry, the article touches on his lifelong fascination with space and Red Canyon's HUBZone status, a key characteristic for the company when pursuing government contracts. Check out the article here!
LATEST NEWS - May 2016
Barry Hamilton is an EY Entrepreneur Of The Year 2016 Finalist
We are thrilled to announce that our CEO, Barry Hamilton, is an EY Entrepreneur of the Year 2016 Finalist for the Mountain Desert region! Check out the official announcement here. A video crew visited our offices this week to interview Barry about his journey to success and Red Canyon's story. Join us at the gala on June 23rd to celebrate the finalists of the Mountain Desert region. Click here to register!
LATEST NEWS - March 2016
Red Canyon & Raytheon EED-2 Win
As a subcontractor to The Raytheon Company (Raytheon), Red Canyon was a member of the winning team for the Earth Observing System Data and Information System (EOSDIS) Evolution and Development 2 (EED-2) contract, awarded in July 2015!! Our first engineer working on contract started this month. The EED-2 satellite program observes the Earth's climate to observe and understand our planet's changes, and how man's habits affect it. This data is made available to the scientific community for additional applications outside of NASA's use. Red Canyon will support Raytheon's efforts to supply software and hardware engineering to NASA to provide new systems and/or major upgrades to existing systems. We are proud to be on the ground and contributing to GSFC's advancement and success of EED-2!
LATEST NEWS - October 2015
Red Canyon engineer Lisa Akers wins NASA Silver Snoopy award
This month, Red Canyon's own Lisa Akers (pictured second from left) was awarded the very prestigious NASA Space Flight Awareness (SFA) Silver Snoopy Award. This is the astronauts' personal achievement award, and is given to less than one percent of the total NASA/contractor workforce annually. This Snoopy was awarded in recognition of her efforts to assemble the Orion Launch Abort System for the EM-1 mission, including the first ever flight installation of the protective fairings that keep the crew safe during launch and ascent. Her efforts to ensure the LAS is correctly assembled, fully functional, and properly installed on the crew module are recognized as a key aspect of crew safety and mission success – a feature most appreciated by the astronauts. Lisa is an extremely dedicated engineer and Red Canyon is so proud to have her on the team!