Here’s What Business CEOs Say About Stafford

Nothing speaks louder than C.E.O. to C.E.O marketing.  View testimonials from these C-suite occupants who are pleased with their choice of location.  Stafford Hospital has an engaging story to tell about when partnerships are formed by those who serve the community.  

 

Bruce LeMaster owns an additive manufacturing company.  He was working in Dahlgren as an engineer only a few years ago.  and now owns Applied Rapid Technologies.  A firm that provides design/engineering as well as produces rapid prototypes in Stereolithography and Polijet Printing for multiple industries, including Aerospace, Military, Sporting and Medical industry needs.

 
 
 
John McQuiddy employs 40+ people in the two office buildings in southern Stafford County.  His company invents, test and develop sensor products primarily for military.  McQ Inc's sensor are tough and tested.  Their company motto is "Tough Sensors for an Insensitive Planet."     McQ offers a concept to product capacity.  Stafford is proud that McQ does business in our community.  The feeling seems to be mutual.
 
 
 
 
Data Center Executives, take note, Virginia's Secretary of Technology, Karen Jackson, says we have created a "gold mine".  Secretary Jackson provided remarks at the event that announced Stafford's Dominion Certified Data Center Site at Quantico Corporate Center.  Stafford has multiple sites to offer for Data Center use.  There are only 7 sites that meet the stringent 31 requirements to be Dominion Certified.  
 
 
 

Stafford County was founded in 1664 and is very proud of the role it has played in American History.  This 25 minute legacy film was produced to celebrate the 350th Anniversary of Stafford County in 2014.