Alluvionic loves to be involved in our community, and one of the ways that we do that is by speaking to local students and aspiring professionals. Wendy was a guest lecturer for a Management Principles class at the Florida Institute
The Alluvionic team participated in the 9th Annual “Florida Today Corporate 5K” on Thursday, April 18th. This year the race benefited The Children’s Hunger Project of Brevard, and Eau Gallie High School’s Aviation Program. The 5K, also referred to as
Alluvionic was one of 50 companies awarded at this year’s “Florida Companies to Watch.” GrowFL, in association with the Edward Lowe Foundation, hosts this annual ceremony which recognizes 50 growing second-stage companies headquartered in Florida. The competition is statewide and
The Florida District office of the U.S. Small Business Administration announced its 2019 winners for the “Florida Small Business Week Awards” on March 20th. Alluvionic’s President & CEO, Wendy Romeu, was awarded the ‘Woman-Owned Small Business Person of the Year
To increase our presence with our federal customers, Alluvionic has opened a second location in Washington, D.C. with a view of the U.S. Capitol Building. Our Melbourne, FL location will now serve as our corporate headquarters. The new office in
Microsoft Project: Use filters within the Microsoft Project to present the team with relevant current data. Showing the entire schedule will often overwhelm team members and reduce their attention span. Microsoft project software is an application which is produced by Microsoft.
Tip of the Month: Project Schedule Do’s and Don’ts -DO use Hard Logic and Soft Logic when assigning predecessors and successors: o Hard Logic: Tasks MUST be completed before the successor task can start; example, Task A MUST be completed
Engineering Tip of the Month: Design Intent “When using parametric solid modeling programs include proper Design Intent when creating parts and assemblies. This creates meaningful relationships between model features that will save you time on future changes.” -Ray Klingerman