Endeavor Robotics said this week it has grown its employee count by 30 percent this year and added about 10,000 square feet to its facility following several key program wins.
The company last year won the Pentagon's Man Transportable Robotic System Increment II contract, and, earlier this year, was one of two companies to win a $430 million contract from the Army for the Common Robotic System (Individual).
Tom Frost, Endeavor's president, told Inside Defense this week the company had about 95 employees at the end of last year. Now, it has just over 130 employees.
"We continue to hire," he added. "We have about another 15 or 20 positions open."
Frost said Endeavor has employees in engineering, operations, supply chain and finance, among other areas.
Endeavor has also added about 10,000 square feet for manufacturing and final assembly to its Chelmsford, MA, headquarters.