Aerospace work keeps Tom Deiters (left), Mary Baker and Tricia Sur of ATA Engineering busy. During lulls, the company can fall back on engineering work supporting theme park rides.

Aerospace work keeps Tom Deiters (left), Mary Baker and Tricia Sur of ATA Engineering busy. During lulls, the company can fall back on engineering work supporting theme park rides. Photo by Jamie Scott Lytle.

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ATA Engineering subjects the Perlan 2 glider to vibration testing in November 2015. The glider’s owners hope to reach an altitude of 90,000 feet. Photo courtesy of ATA Engineeing Inc.

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