All Points to Host Open House Oct. 23 to Highlight Refurbished Facilities, Announce Exciting Initiatives

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PHIL MONKRESS: aerospace workers from All Points locations all over the country ushering in next generation of American space travel

All Points will host an Open House on Wednesday, October 23, at the company’s newly refurbished headquarters, located at 190 S. Sykes Creek Parkway on Merritt Island. In addition to ribbon-cutting the company’s upgraded facilities, All Points executives will announce upcoming exciting new initiatives that will have a positive impact on Space Coast employment and tech sector.

BREVARD COUNTY • MERRITT ISLAND, FLORIDA – All Points will host an Open House on Wednesday, October 23, at the company’s newly refurbished headquarters, located at 190 S. Sykes Creek Parkway on Merritt Island.

In addition to ribbon-cutting the company’s upgraded facilities, All Points executives will announce upcoming exciting new initiatives that will have a positive impact on Space Coast employment and tech sector.

“All Points has completed renovations to our headquarters facility on Merritt Island, fully restoring and updating the office building after hurricane damage,” said Phil Monkress, All Points president and CEO.

“As part of the renovations, the company expanded into an additional suite to support our continued growth at locations around the U.S.”

Since 1997, All Points has provided services in Program Management, Engineering, Information Technology, Logistics and IT solution development and product delivery for a diverse set of Federal government, civilian and Department of Defense agencies.

For more information about the All Points Open House on Wednesday, October 23, call 321-735-8630.

All Points, which also has offices in Virginia, Huntsville, Houston and Lousiana, recently celebrated the expansion of the company’s presence in Huntsville, Alabama, in the Cummings Research Park.

“Fifty years ago, an exceptional generation of men and women helped to launch Americans into space and land NASA astronauts on the Moon,” said Monkress.

“Today, aerospace workers from All Points locations all over the country, are ushering in the next generation of American space travel and opening the door to return to the Moon and on to Mars.”

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“Today, aerospace workers from All Points locations all over the country, are ushering in the next generation of American space travel and opening the door to return to the Moon and on to Mars.” said All Points President and Chief Executive Officer Phil Monkress.

All Points works with innovative space companies and suppliers in all 50 states on NASA’s visionary plan to return American astronauts to the Lunar surface by 2024 and put Americans on Mars by the 2030s is taking shape.

U.S. Astronauts will ride in the Orion spacecraft launched by the Space Launch System (SLS) – the most powerful rocket ever built.

The rocket and spacecraft are being completed and tested this year in preparation for their first launch to the Moon next year and our neighbors are helping build it.

At Kennedy Space Center, and NASA’s Michoud Assembly Facility, All Points is supporting Boeing with the development of the SLS by providing quality engineering and Information Technology support.

All Points is also working with Lockheed Martin to design, develop and test the software that will be used to control and fly the Orion capsule and provide support on the ground.

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“We are helping to assemble, integrate, and test the Orion prototypes using high tech test beds in Houston and Denver,” said Monkress.

“Our engineers use these test beds to test and check out actual flight hardware and interfaces to NASA’s Mission Control Center that will conduct the flight operations and training systems used to prepare astronauts for their mission at the Johnson Space Center in Houston.

“But, they can’t do it without a comprehensive federal space policy that supports innovation, American manufacturing, STEM education, and space exploration.”

Having the world’s only exploration-class spacecraft and rocket provide the U.S. with an opportunity to continue our global leadership well into the 21st Century.

“Through the dedication and passion of aerospace workers, like All Points’ workforce, we can propel our country into the next age of American space leadership,” said Monkress.

“As a service-disabled veteran and owner of Space Coast-based All Points, I am committed to seeing Americans return to deep space. Bright, hard-working, dedicated workers highly educated in science, technology, engineering and math are critical to this mission.

“America’s unmatched legacy in space is built in part by companies like ours and aerospace workers like your neighbors.”

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Reaching the Moon the first time was a national endeavor, with broad public and federal support. Returning to the Moon, establishing a gateway for deep space exploration, and eventually putting an American astronaut on Mars demands the same national effort.

“We must support federal policies that invest in STEM education,” said Monkress.

“The bold endeavor that is human space flight sparks the interest and imagination of the next generation of engineers, scientists, and astronauts.

“A determined commitment to exploring deep space brings benefits back to Earth through our continued advances in technology and innovation and ensures our legacy as the world leader in space,” said Monkress.

For more information about the All Points Open House on Wednesday, October 23, call 321-735-8630.

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