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Resolution President and CEO Jon Schultz cuts the ribbon to celebrate the company’s new office space. (Record Photo/Kendyl Hollingsworth)

Resolution LLC seeks to serve community from new office space in Huntsville

HUNTSVILLE — Since expanding, local veteran-owned small business Resolution LLC celebrated its ability to provide their technical services and integrated products out of a new, modernized office space in the Lincoln Mill district of Huntsville.

“We started with two employees about a year ago, and now we have 14,” said Jonathan Schultz, President and CEO of Resolution, of his company’s growth rate.

In addition to its modern touches, the renovated office contains “vibe-enhancing” artwork.

(Record Photo/Kendyl Hollingsworth)

At the office’s ribbon cutting ceremony Oct. 30, Schultz noted Resolution’s three areas of focus in their operation: geospatial services; environmental health and safety; and technical analysis, product management and testing.

The geospatial services, headed by Jeff Lower, provides data processing in “many technical categories” relating to remote sensing, surveying and GIS. Resolution’s experience providing services in this area extend to supporting the production of geospatial data for big agencies like NASA, the army and the air force. Some of these services include aerial data acquisition, digital orthophotography, photogrammetry, LiDAR editing and classification and geographic information systems.

Adam Butler leads in the area of environmental health and safety consulting. According to information provided by the company, Resolution works in this area to help companies comply with their health, safety and environmental goals while also being able to meet their business goals. Resolution aims to achieve this through “developing and maintaining a sustainable and efficient health and safety program.” Services in this area include a wide range of assessments, trainings, development and management.

In technical analysis, project management and testing, which Schultz and his team spearhead, Resolution aims to help their clients achieve the “best possible outcome” in terms of cost, schedule and performance. To accomplish this, the company offers test desig, monitoring and analysis; project management and integration; data processing and visualization; verification assessments; milestone review; risk, issue and opportunity analysis; and failure and fault analysis.

Pammie Jimmar, vice president of small business and events for the Huntsville/Madison County Chamber of Commerce, gave a warm congratulations to Resolution and its employees at the ribbon cutting for the new space and increased capacity to serve.

United States Congressman Mo Brooks, who was recently reelected to represent Alabama’s 5th congressional district, also attended the ceremony to recognize Resolution on their participation in the Tennessee Valley’s strong system of free enterprise.

“It seems like almost every day, something like this is happening in the Tennessee Valley,” Brooks said. “There’s a ribbon cutting for a new business startup or what have you, or a ribbon cutting for an expansion or a groundbreaking, and we’re growing great guns here in the Tennessee Valley—perhaps the best economy we’ve ever had.”

Brooks also commended Resolution on their rapid growth in employment, noting how the area has become a subcomponent of the nation’s lowest unemployment rate in the last few decades.

“What we’re seeing with Resolution is a microcosm of what is happening,” Brooks said. “A couple years ago, Jeff and John—they decided they were going to take their shot at having a business, so they formed Resolution. In two short years, they have had a sevenfold increase in the number of personnel who work here.”

Nationally, Brooks also noted a “healthy degree of wage growth,” but said the Tennessee Valley is doing “much, much better” than the national average.

Being a veteran-owned company, Brooks cited Resolution’s aspect of military service as part of what makes the company great for the area. He also recognized that out of the wide variety of places around the world where military personnel have served, the Tennessee Valley is becoming home to more and more of these men and women, including Schultz.

“Some other entities have decided we’re the best place to be, and there are a lot of people around the world that are starting to discover that,” he said. “… More and more of them are calling the Tennessee Valley home, and I think all of us are being enriched by that. They’re creating jobs that we would not otherwise have, and that wealth, of course, is something that allows each and every one of us to support our families better than we otherwise might be able to.”

Before the official ribbon cutting, Brooks once again recognized Resolution for their services and participation in free enterprise. He said he looked forward to future growth and expansion in the company.

“It’s great that Resolution has moved into this old complex that has been renovated, and it’s astounding … the transformation that has transpired again because of free enterprise deciding to take a chance, invest some money—hopefully for the benefit of our community,” Brooks said.

For more information on Resolution and the services they provide, visit resolutionllc.biz.

Lincoln Mills building No. 1 is located at 1300 Meridian St. N in Huntsville.


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