Here at Advanced Integrated Technologies (AIT), hard work, achievement, and dedication do not go unnoticed. Congratulations to our exemplary 2021 employee of the month crew!
You have all demonstrated our mission in providing the best quality work to our customers through exceptional leadership and dedication.
2021 AIT Employee of the Month Awards
Adam has been a very utilized employee at AIT. He started out as just a Firewatch for our hot work crews and his skill set has grown since coming over from Surge Force. AJ is now used for lagging removals and installation, painter, rigging, mechanic, and various other non-specific trades for AIT. He has the drive and determination to do whatever is asked of him because he now understands that “I can’t, I don’t know, and I won’t” will not get you anywhere in our industry. AJ has been flexible in working any shift needed and continues to understand the sacrifice that it takes to thrive. On behalf of AIT, we would like to extend a big thank you for the job that you do.
Bryan Edmonds has been an instrumental component in ensuring AIT met ALO and PCD requirements on time. Doing everything from Firewatch to clearing WAFs, there was never a moment of hesitation when asked to work on anything as long as it led to project completion. On behalf of AIT, we would like to extend a big thank you for the job that you do!
March 2021 – Omar Pena Pagan
April 2021 – Kelvin Buie
Kelvin came on board as a Senior Mechanic 2 years ago. He was soon after tapped as a Team Lead. He lead the Gravely close-out through 400+ PCD TIP’s in a matter of a few weeks and successfully executed several CMAV avails at Naval Station Norfolk. In true fashion, he’s currently operating in a PM capacity over the closeout of the USS Mcfaul, leading his crew through the ALO milestone and accelerating the schedule to meet PCD. Kelvin is a force multiplier on the deck plates and never waivers in the face of a challenge.
Jose Irizarry was a huge part of completing the USS Nitze. He is always willing to go above and beyond for the good of the company. After the completion of the Nitze Jose played a big role in the success of the San Jac. Jose is willing to teach the up-and-coming trades the skills of the job.