HISTORY OF CMTI DISTINCTION THROUGH LEADERSHIP, INNOVATION, & QUALITY
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Founded in 1988, CMTI provides fully integrated operations and maintenance, logistics and custodial services as a prime and subcontractor to government and private clients throughout the US. This has included mission critical roles on large complex multidisciplinary programs supporting federal and state highways, government facilities, aerospace operations, and industrial manufacturing facilities.
2022 to Today
CMTI’s service offerings have expanded to include Asset Management along interstate highways and arterial roadways. This includes managing all of the asset related infrastructure within the right of ways for seven counties in Central Florida. CMTI continues to provide facilities services, logistics and custodial services as a prime and subcontractor to government and private clients in locations throughout the US. This has included mission critical roles on large complex multidisciplinary programs at federal government facilities, transportation operations, space flight complexes with NASA, as well as industrial manufacturing facilities.
Our core competencies in safety, reliability and cost management are exemplified by the company’s unique past performance amassed during the growth of, and winding down of the NASA Space Shuttle program, and over the past 25 years supporting NASA launch operations and International Space Station logistics programs at the Kennedy Space Center. During this period, CMTI supported 200+ space flight launches and provided a broad range of services including engineering, operations and maintenance, fleet management, warehousing, property management, shipping and receiving, freight traffic management, janitorial, and transportation management.
CMTI was awarded the NASA Agency Honor Award, for work completed at the National Aeronautics and Space Administration John H. Glenn Research Center.
Continual growth is always part of our mission. In 2018, we’ve demonstrated significant growth in aerospace, education, and logistics/warehouse. CMTI was awarded contracts with Amazon at two (2) locations, a new contract with Cape Launch Operations and Infrastructure Support (CLOIS), as well as several custodial services contracts for well-known universities throughout the United States.
Recent educational custodial contracts include:
Arizona State University; DC Campus
Austin Peay State University; Clarksville, Tennessee
Florida Atlantic University; Boca Raton, Florida
Johnson Wales University; Charlotte, North Carolina
Ottawa University; Phoenix, Arizona
Landing several new university contracts expands CMTI’s reach, providing our high-quality custodial services to leading universities located in the southwest, southeast, and east coast. We are looking to further expand our footprint, adding additional education facilities in the coming years.
In addition, we were awarded logistics and janitorial service contracts for several Amazon Sort Centers, located in Miami, Orlando and Charlotte. We're excited to be affiliated with another successful corporation, and look to further exopand in the cming years.
CMTI was awarded the Launch Operations Support Laboratory Services Contract, the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station & JLL National Service Agreement.
CMTI opened their Atlanta Service Center Office, and was then awarded the US Army, Ft. Stewart Support Services Contract.
CMTI was awarded the State Department SA-32 O&M Contract as well as the GAO Headquarters Custodial Contract.
CMTI was awarded the Third Boeing Performance Excellence Award, and was awarded two contracts; the Marshall Space Flight Center Logistics Services Contract & Johnson Space Center Custodial Services Contract.
CMTI was awarded the Second Boeing Performance Excellence Award, and assisted with STS 135 – the Final Shuttle Mission.
CMTI was awarded the First Boeing Performance Excellence Award.
CMTI was awarded the NASA Small Business Subcontractor of the Year at Kennedy Space Center.
As both the economy and NASA contracted after 2008, CMTI rapidly adapted, expanding its skillsets and client portfolio to include municipal and commercial customers. The ability to look ahead, strategize, plan, and execute has enabled CMTI to provide more than 25 years of continuous high-quality services on large multi-disciplinary contracts.
CMTI was awarded the Kennedy Space Center-wide Mail & Courier Services Contract
CMTI was awarded the ERTS contract, a $25M contract value, as well as Ground support of the Phoenix Spacecraft.
CMTI provided ground support of the new Horizons Spacecraft.
CMTI assisted in STS 114, the Discovery Shuttle return to Flight Mission. In addition, we provided ground support for Deep Impact, as well as the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter.
As the company grew steadily throughout the 90's and into early 2003, the Dixons pursued retirement. In February 2004, CMTI transitioned to new owner and Chief Executive Officer, Trox Austell. Having established a solid reputation and track record of past performance during the previous decade, CMTI continued its growth and service diversification.
CMTI was awarded the Boeing National MBE Award, and provided ground support of the Messenger Spacecraft.
In 2003, STS 107, the 113 flight of the space shuttle; Loss of the Columbia Shuttle
In 2002, CMTI was awarded the Checkout, Assembly and Payload Processing Services (CAPPS) contract, a $54M contract value.
In 2001, CMTI provided ground support for the Mars Odyssey.
In 1999, CMTI provided ground support for Chandra X-ray Observatory (STS 93).
In 1998, CMTI was awarded the Joint Base Operations and Support Contract, with a value of $153M.
In 1997, CMTI was happily awarded the United Space Alliance Computer Operations and Maintenance Contract, for Cape Canaveral Air Force Station & Patrick Air Force Base, located in Brevard County, Florida.
In 1996, CMTI provided ground support for Mars Pathfinder Mission.
In 1994, CMTI was awarded the Technology Library Services Contract, at Patrick Air Force Base, located in Brevard County, Florida.
In 1993, a breakthrough opportunity in the form of the Payload Ground Operations Contract (PGOC) with McDonnell Douglas. This large, diverse operations support contract laid the ground work for the service model that is still in place, more than 20 years later.
In 1990, CMTI provided ground support for the Hubble Telescope launch at the Kennedy Space Center.
Creative Management Technology, Inc. was founded in 1988 by Jacob and Joyce Dixon. As a former NASA engineer and Air Force test pilot, Jacob had a passion for space and anything with wings. As such, the company set out from the very beginning to provide engineering and technical support to aerospace and space science customers. At the time, being headquartered in Cocoa Beach and near the home of the shuttle launch complex at the Kennedy Space Center, CMTI was well positioned to support a variety of early space flight operations and contracts.
CMTI signed their first contract at Patrick Air Force Base, providing Pest Control Services.
Awards CMTI Has Earned
CMTI is proud to be honored and recognized for quality and excellence by several organizations. We would like to demonstrate to you our excellent services, and add to our list of awards. If you think CMTI can provide Logistics, Facility, and/or Technical expertise for your organization, please give us a call.