Barrios' Settles Recognized for Unique NASA Thermal System Relocation
Barrios employee Joe Settles was recently recognized for his outstanding work on the NASA’s Titan Guarded Hot Plate Thermal Conductivity Measuring System relocation at Johnson Space Center. The TITAN system is a thermal conductivity measuring instrument used to test material used in space, and is the only thermal conductivity instrument in the world capable of measuring thermal conductivity under high vacuum conditions. Settles supports Barrios’ subcontract to Jacobs Technology on the Johnson Space Center Engineering and Technical Support Contract (JETS) contract and was selected to receive the award from his Jacobs Technology management. Pictured from left are Alan Bell, JETS Engineering Department Director, Settles, and Lon Miller, Sr. VP and General Manager, Jacobs Technology.
Headquartered in Houston, Barrios Technology is a woman-owned AS9100 certified engineering services company specializing in aerospace engineering & science, program planning & control, mission integration & operations, and software engineering & integration. Since 1980, Barrios has demonstrated their corporate mission to be the foremost small aerospace engineering services company providing extraordinary value to our customers, employees and communities. For more information on Barrios Technology, please call 281-280-1900 or visit www.barrios.com.