Headquartered in Cleveland, Ohio, Alphaport, Incorporated is an engineering services company providing advanced solutions for aerospace, defense, and commercial applications to government and private institutes. Alphaport focuses in offering specialized engineering support, knowledge management, and training services to government and commercial clients in aerospace-related organizations.
Established in 1999, Alphaport’s strong performance history has been built on a solid foundation of program and project managers, retired aerospace experts, exceptional engineers and technical specialists serving NASA, the Department of Defense, and private industry on a global scale.
With roots in the transfer of experiential knowledge, Alphaport continues to engage in educational outreach through student internships, academic competition sponsorship, and active recruitment.
Equally important, Alphaport is a woman-owned, certified HUBZone technology company and can offer our customers and partners small business advantages.
Aerojet, Aerospace Engineering Associates, Arctic Slope Regional Corporation, ARES Corporation, City of Cleveland, COSE, CyberData Corporation, DB Consulting Group, Entrepreneurs' Organization, FAA, FBI, Galaxy Global Corporation, General Dynamics, The Greater Cleveland Partnership, Hathaway Brown High School, Holder Aerospace, Honeywell, Information Experts, Information Research Corporation, Keylogic, LaunchSpace, Lockheed Martin, Locofoco, Magnet, Marshall Kaplan, Media II, NASA, Northrop Grumman, Ohio Aerospace Institute, Orbitec, Quantum Research International, Radcom, Science Applications International Corporation, SGT Inc., SPEAR Labs, St. Edward High School, Torrey Pines Logic, Tri-Rivers Educational Computer Association, Venture Ingenuity Solutions Enterprise, Villa Angela-St. Joseph High School, Wright Patterson Air Force Research Laboratories, X-Prize Foundation
2008 - Inc. 500 Award
2006 - COSE 10 Under 10 Award Recipient
2005 - Cleveland Crain's 40 Under 40 Award, CEO Rosella Miranda
2005 - Space Communications Award for Research
2004 - OneNASA Award
2003 - Garret Morgan Commercialization Honoree