Iron Bird - NTS Engineering Services

Albuquerque, New Mexico

3801 Academy Parkway North, NE, Albuquerque, NM 87109 

T: 505.821.4740 | F: 505.821.5210 or 505.341.9843

Ken Hodges - General Manager
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Facility Highlights

  • Requirements Analysis and Definition
  • Program Management
  • Systems Engineering
  • Structural, Fluid, Thermal, and Dynamic Analysis
  • Electrical and Mechanical Detailed Drafting
  • Hydraulic System Design
  • Prototyping and Product Development
  • Fabrication and Manufacturing
  • Systems Integration
  • Verification and Validation
  • Systems Installation/Site Testing
  • Maintenance, Support and Training

Professional Services

NTS Albuquerque is the center for NTS Engineering Services and provides the organization’s largest engineering services capability with mechanical, electrical, software, structural, and systems engineers as well as experienced program managers.

NTS Albuquerque provides access to a wide variety of knowledgeable engineering and manufacturing resources with expertise in requirements analysis and definition, preliminary design, system architecture development, analysis, risk analysis and mitigation, detailed design, fabrication, integration, and functional prove-out with application to a wide variety of both government and commercial customers.

Our engineering and technical experts create state of the art, efficient and reliable solutions for a number of applications, including sampling and analysis systems, remote sensor systems, radiation detection equipment, automated test equipment, and custom industrial automation systems.

Albuquerque’s Systems Engineering Group accurately identifies, traces, and verifies project requirements across all Engineering Services programs. These requirements are used to drive execution excellence and to provide the framework for successful technical system integration activities. The Systems Engineering Group provides technical oversight for all Engineering Services programs, identifies and drives the necessary program design reviews, assesses component- and system-level reliability, and develops and implements a program risk-management plan. Additionally, our experienced program managers establish the framework to provide our customers with appropriate project oversight, resulting in on-time and on-budget performance.

NTS certifies equipment for Class 1E installation for mild or harsh environments to IEEE 323 and IEEE 344. These systems include instrumentation, digital recorders, batteries, gauges, motors, panels and chillers from manufacturers such as Bussman, Siemens, Yokogawa and GE. NTS can also provide engineering evaluations to determine the best potential replacement from over 200 manufacturers of nuclear grade equipment. With a focus on solving plant needs, NTS leads the industry in digital upgrades, MCC bucket replacements, motor rewinds, governor rebuilds, modifications to or design of replacement safety-related systems, and instrumentation panel and component design. All programs are conducted in accordance with 10CFR50 App. B and 10CFR21.

Full Service Precision Machine Shop and Fabrication Department

NTS Albuquerque offers a full service precision machine shop where our machinists have extensive experience working with a multitude of materials including:

  • 5000, 6000, and 7000 series aluminum;
  • Austenitic, martensitic, ferritic, and precipitation hardened stainless steels;
  • Low, medium, and high carbon steel;
  • High temperature “super-alloys”;
  • Copper, brass, ceramics, fiberglass, and a large variety of plastics

Our Fabrication Shop also has a wide range of fabrication and welding capabilities. We offer welding processes that include:

  • Our welders are AWS certified to structural welding code D1.1.
  • Our electrical and mechanical technicians provide system integration and assembly support, allowing the Albuquerque operation to provide complete life cycle design and support services.

More Information

Click here to download the NTS Albuquerque fact sheet for more details on specifications, tests, and capabilities. Contact us today to discuss your next program!

Updated December 5, 2014