Triple C - The A&E Group

 A Multi-Discipline A&E Company
Triple C - The A&E Group is engaged in helping to fulfill George Washington’s wish, as expressed to his troops as he bade them an emotional farewell at the end of the Revolutionary War, “I most devoutly wish that your latter days may be as prosperous and happy as your former ones have been glorious and honorable.” Whether it’s designing for the VA a Rehabilitation & Prosthetics Center or a Gait Lab for research and development, or providing Environmental Health and Safety services for the DoD, or any of its other opportunities to serve Veterans, Triple C – The A&E Group aims to make the latter days of our noble Veterans as prosperous and happy as their former ones have been glorious and honorable.​
Our Guiding Motto - George Washington's Wish
Our reasonable service - To provide you with exemplary service
  • Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned: Purposed to employ Vets and “to care for him who shall have borne the battle.” 
  • HUBZone: Purposed to render job growth.  
  • Triple C’s Mission: To be the Client’s solution.
  • Triple C’s Due Diligence: To have a thorough understanding from the Client’s eyes and a mutually developed team approach. 
  • Triple C’s Priority: Full and open communication to ensure complete adherence to all Client standards. 
  • Triple C’s Commitment: To remain responsive throughout the construction stage. 
  • Triple C’s Code of Conduct: Ever an ethical, diligent, and grateful servant.

Our Continued Purpose

Triple C – The A&E Group completed the Veteran Institute for Procurement (VIP) Program, a comprehensive training and certification program that helps Veteran-Owned Small Businesses strengthen their ability to successfully perform government contracts and to serve with excellence both military and civilian agencies that they once served in uniform.

Triple C – The A&E Group was one of 52 businesses from 10 states and the District of Columbia to graduate from the National Center for the Veteran Institute for Procurement. During the program’s graduation, David E. Potter was presented with a congressional citation on behalf of the Honorable Cynthia M. Lummis, Member of Congress.

Launched in 2009 as the first program of its kind in the nation, VIP is conducted by professional subject-matter specialists in such areas as law, accounting, insurance, and human resources. A survey of 121 of the program's graduates determined that 1,535 new jobs were created, an important statistic in light of the fact that Veteran-Owned Small Businesses are more likely to hire, mentor and train other Veterans, which is a national priority. As a HUBZone Small Business dedicated to the creation of new jobs, with qualified Veterans being given priority to fill them, and as a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business dedicated to Abraham Lincoln’s commitment “to care for him who shall have borne the battle,” Triple C – The A&E Group is purposed to add to that number of 1,535 newly created jobs.

"We are honored to give back to the men and women who served our county by providing them with the tools necessary to succeed as government contractors." said Barbara Ashe, President of the Montgomery County Chamber Community Foundation. “We hope this training fosters their success as businesses and employers.”

Triple C – The A&E Group will be forever grateful to the sponsors and the instructors, the Montgomery County Chamber Community Foundation, and the GovConNet Council of the Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce for the tireless efforts to pursue excellence in the performance of Veteran-Owned Small Businesses.  

A Past Accomplishment (for which Triple C will always be grateful)