Providing end-to-end solutions for time critical operations
Our clients today are largely from the Aerospace & Defense industry, but our experience also spans the automotive, consumer electronics, healthcare, oil & gas, hospitality and energy industries. The following engagement abstracts give examples of how our consultants have assisted clients in meeting business improvement goals.
Over the past two years, JH&A consultants have augmented CHSi new business pursuit teams in Concept of Operations development and in proposal writing. These new contract pursuits have covered a wide spectrum of medical services - from providing CONUS pre-employment physicals and repetitive annual DOT licensing exams to pursuing the construction, outfitting and staffing of hospitals and healthcare clinics in Afghanistan, Iraq and Africa.
Our joint pursuit teams have had extraordinary success in 2014, capturing an all-time high number of new and follow-on contracts. New business from these contracts will boost CHSi revenue to all-time highs.
In the exciting frontier of space exploration, Boeing provides payload processing for the Space Shuttle, International Space Station, Expendable Launch Vehicle and other programs at Kennedy Space Center, FL. They deliver these services through the Checkout, Assembly and Payload Processing Services (CAPPS) contract. Boeing employees provide technical operations, facility management and ground systems engineering support to assure payload readiness for launch.
Since 2001, our consultants have conducted 11 major engagements with Boeing in the areas of facility use & modernization planning, depot-level component maintenance, repair & overhaul (MRO), warehousing and flight vehicle recovery & transportation for NASA’s International Space Station and Constellation Programs.
For over 10 years, our company has maintained an on-going support relationship with the Lockheed Martin Corporation (LM), the world’s largest Aerospace & Defense contractor. During this time, we have assisted LM in new business pursuits and in MRO IT system upgrades. Our consultants have provided continuing proposal development support to LM for US Air Force, Marine Corps, Navy and Coast Guard aircraft maintenance and modification programs. These programs have encompassed a wide range of contracts for the C-130, P-3, C-40, C-9 and T-48 aircraft. In addition, our consultants have been instrumental in LM’s pursuits of large-scale, multi-billion dollar repair material management contracts such as the USAF-wide Integrated Prime Vendor – Generation II contract which LM won in 2007.
Hilton Worldwide offers business and leisure travelers the finest in accommodations, service, amenities and value. Since 1919, Hilton has expanded geographically, produced original hotel and travel concepts, and developed innovative technologies to enhance the guest experience. Today Hilton Worldwide is the leading global hospitality company, spanning the lodging sector from luxurious full-service hotels and resorts to extended-stay suites and mid-priced hotels.
Our consultants have provided hands-on support to the design, implementation and operation of a new strategic sourcing and corporate procurement system for Hilton.
ManTech International is renowned worldwide for the superior technical support it delivers to US Defense Department and other Government Agency operations. ManTech’s C4ISR technical repair expertise spans ground, airborne and space systems. It encompasses the complete Command & Control infrastructure, ISR Platforms and Sensors, and Data & Voice Communications. For the US Army, their engineers and technicians provide on-the-ground MRO support, making sure C4ISR equipment is kept in good working order. ManTech employees have performed these services in nearly every major U.S. conflict deployment since 1990, including current missions in Kuwait, Afghanistan and Iraq. ManTech delivers these services through approximately 40 locations worldwide.
In 2011, our consultants performed in-depth, on-site operations analyses of C4ISR MRO operations at three CONUS Regional Support Centers and reviewed data from ManTech’s forward deployed operating sites in Southwest Asia. Through this engagement, a wide range of operations efficiency improvements were identified and prioritized for implementation over the upcoming year.
Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation Igor Ivanovich Sikorsky achieved distinction in three separate careers, all in the field of aviation. He created the world's first multi-engine airplane in Russia in 1913; he launched a second career in the United States and became famous for his Flying Clippers; lastly, he conceived and developed the world's first practical helicopter. He is best known, perhaps, for this third career. Since 1939, Sikorsky Aircraft has been flagship name in American helicopter manufacturing.
In 2000, our consultants assisted Sikorsky Aircraft in a number of reengineering projects focused on: Aftermarket Strategy Development; Depot-Level Maintenance, Repair & Overhaul (MRO) process reengineering and IT modernization strategy.
Rolls-Royce Nuclear Energy Group Rolls-Royce is a world-leader in nuclear submarine systems and support services incorporating design, procurement and operation. Additionally, the corporation provides civil customers with nuclear support services spanning the reactor lifecycle, from concept design through to life extension. Products from this group include: instrumentation & controls, components & systems manufacture, and special purpose machinery & tooling.
During analysis and restructuring of Rolls-Royce’s Industrial Power Group, our consultants participated on several assessment and recommendation teams supporting A.T. Kearney, the prime contractor for restructuring guidance to RR. Team participation was primarily in the Nuclear Power Group and the Material Handling Systems Group.
Bombardier is a global transportation company with 69 production and engineering sites in 23 countries and a worldwide network of service centers. They are organized into two industry-leading businesses: Aerospace & Rail Transportation.
During the formation of a new Division designed to offer outsourced aircraft heavy maintenance services, our consultants assisted Bombardier in developing their information technology (IT) strategy and managed a market survey and competitive selection of the Division’s initial software suite.
Formerly known as Northrop Grumman Aerostructures, Vought Aircraft Division is a leading global manufacturer of aerostructures for commercial, military and business jet aircraft. Products include fuselages, wings, empennages, nacelles and helicopter cabins.
During the late 1990s after Vought’s acquisition by Northrop Grumman, our consultants led the planning phase of the post-merger consolidation of corporate-wide financial systems.
A.T. Kearney is a global management consulting firm that uses strategic insight, tailored solutions and a collaborative working style to help clients achieve sustainable results. Since 1926, they have been trusted advisors on CEO-agenda issues to the world’s leading corporations across all major industries. A.T. Kearney’s offices are located in major business centers in 37 countries.
From the mid-1990s through 2005, several of our consultants served both as employees of and consultants to A.T. Kearney. During the period, they held position in and served with the Aerospace & Defense, Strategic Information Technology, Transportation and Government practices throughout a wide range of engagements.
In the early 2000s, as A&D-focused e-marketplaces competed for position and subscribership, AEROSPAN.COM was a leading force on the worldwide web. In one year’s time, the company became a leading business-to-business (B2B) eCommerce marketplace for the Commercial Air Transport industry.
During its formative period, our consultants provided MRO process knowledge for the design, development and roll-out of MRO product and service strategies.
Guide Corporation manufactured automotive lighting systems for vehicle manufacturers in North America. The company was founded in 1906 and was based in Pendleton, Indiana. It had manufacturing facilities in Anderson, IN, Monroe, LA, and Monterrey, Mexico. In January of 2007, General Motors ceased production at Guide in order to more quickly realize a cost advantage on the parts produced by Guide, a decision that was consistent with GM’s North American turnaround strategy.
Eight years earlier, our consultant served as the Program Manager for the successful company-wide replacement of all legacy data systems with a comprehensive Enterprise-wide Resource Planning (ERP) system that integrated engineering, production, logistics, finance and customer service information.