Advanced Integrated Technologies (AIT) is a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business. Established in 2009, the management team has innumerable years of experience in shipboard maintenance and modernization. The company's leadership is anchored by its founder Mr. Carl Spraberry who is well known in the industry through the advocacy organization he co-founded in 2002, the American Maritime Modernization Association. His background in maritime maintenance spans 30 years of active duty military and civilian positions managing shipboard repair and alterations.
Located conveniently in the Norfolk Industrial Park at 2427 Ingleside Road in Norfolk; AIT is centered around the major military bases and shipyards. With over 30,000 square feet of offices and warehouse, there are ample facilities to accomplish any industrial requirement.
Procedures and processes are ISO 9001-2008 compliant, and our quality standards are defined by our customers' input and complete satisfaction. Additionally, AIT's Quality Assurance program is approved by VSRA.
We assemble the right team of experienced craftsmen for your job with qualified technicians capable of performing cross trade work and years of experience in ship repair. This model maximizes labor efficiency while providing an excellent value for your money. Our production capabilities support a full spectrum of repair, overhaul, alteration, and maintenance for virtually every shipboard system. Our management team understands the complex requirements of government contract management and coupled with our quality assurance processes, safety and environmental adherence all projects exceed the most stringent of government regulations. Excellent service, competitive pricing and meticulous attention to detail are what makes AIT a leader in the industry.
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