ETC Signs a Lease for a New Space In Indian Head



Luiz Lobo, Strategic Communications Leader
Phone: 202-251-5085 -


The Company is Committed to Supporting Indian Head Development

As part of its commitment to help develop the town of Indian Head, ETC signed a 5-year lease for a 3,000 square feet space in the CSM's Velocity Center building at Indian Head. The office will help ETC's growing work in Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence, and Energetics Science, Technology, and Research and Development.

Matthew Martin, ETC's Director of Finance and Administration, says that the company is looking forward to leveraging the College of Southern Maryland's project's energy. "Our business is growing fast, and ETC needed more space. With support from the Charles County Commissioners, Economic Development Department, NSWC IHD, the MAC, and CSM, I see big things coming to Indian Head. I envision that ETC's move is an added step toward increasing commercial development within the town of Indian Head."

James Fangmeyer, Co-founder and Principal of Triumph Development, owners of the building, also shared his enthusiasm: - "With this new lease, more people will come to our building, and development will continue strongly in Indian Head." Charles McPherson, President of CMI General Contractors, also added that "...things are starting to move at Indian Head. I am thrilled that ETC is involved in moving this initiative forward.”

"The Velocity Center is a dedicated place for innovation and learning, which aligns well with the Energetic Technology Center’s focus on research and development and technology incubations. This move will benefit our local community and economic development efforts," said Reuben B. Collins, II, Esq., President, Charles County Board of Commissioners.

"I am proud to support and welcome Energetics Technology Center (ETC) to the CSM Velocity Center in Indian Head. It’s an economic engine that will provide an 'innovative learning space and support workforce development' for all of our residents. I am honored to have this venture in our County, especially in District 2," said Charles County Commissioner Thomasina O. Coates, M.S. (District 2).

ETC is focused on creating opportunities for partnerships between private and public organizations, encouraging rapid technological advancement through research and development, attracting and retaining a highly technical workforce, and creating a more vibrant community.

About Energetics Technology Center: The Energetics Technology Center provides engineering and data analytics services, policy development, and technology development to the government, academia, and private industry. ETC is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization incorporated in 2006. For additional information, please visit our website at: