Paterson Mayor Honors F3 Engineering with Proclamation During National Engineers Week

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F3 Engineering, an aerospace engineering and manufacturing company, was recognized with a proclamation from Paterson Mayor Jeffrey Jones in recognition of the firm's valuable contributions to the field of aerospace engineering as part of National Engineers Week. Mayor Jones commended F3 for its contributions to the city of Paterson and lauded the company as bringing “potential to the future of Paterson.”

A company like F3 Engineering could make a city like Paterson more interesting and provide it with long-term benefits. F3’s investment in this city will ultimately be worth their while.

Paterson Mayor Jeffrey Jones recognized F3 Engineering, an aerospace engineering and manufacturing company, with a proclamation recognizing F3 for their valuable contributions to the field of aerospace engineering as part of National Engineers Week.

Mayor Jones commended F3 for their contributions to the city of Paterson and lauded them as bringing “potential to the future of Paterson.”

“A company like F3 Engineering could make a city like Paterson more interesting and provide it with long-term benefits. F3’s investment in this city will ultimately be worth their while,” stated Mayor Jones.

National Engineers Week, February 21-25, is an initiative of the National Engineers Week Foundation, a formal coalition of more than 100 professional societies (including the American Institute of Aeronautics & Astronautics), major corporations, and governmental agencies that promotes a diverse and well-educated future engineering workforce by increasing awareness of engineering and technology careers.
 
Engineers Week also raises public understanding and appreciation of engineers’ contributions to society. Founded in 1951 by the National Society of Professional Engineers, it is among the oldest of America’s professional outreach efforts.  National Engineers Week is traditionally observed during the week that includes the observance of George Washington's actual birthday.  Often referred to as the country's first engineer, Washington directed a growing nation toward technical advancements, invention, and education.
 
And in the spirit of President Washington, F3 Engineering has been dedicated to the principles of technical advancement, invention and education since it’s inception in 1999.  From its ambitious yet modest beginnings, F3 Engineering, founded by Lizette and Odilo Vazquez, has evolved into a leading industry firm that designs, develops, and produces proprietary motion control products for military and commercial applications.

About F3 Engineering
F3 Engineering is a provider of technology, products and services in military and commercial mission-critical applications. With the resources and technical expertise to prototype and manufacture highly complex products, F3 brings technical, administrative and managerial resources together to provide a total program of complex engineering and contract manufacturing solutions. For more information on F3’s dedication to providing technical guidance and support to its customers, visit http://www.f3engineering.com or call Ken Rosenbaum, General Manager at (973) 442-2290.

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