T-Kartor USA Names The Globe Building Precision Partner Award Recipient

T-Kartor USA, an innovative business combining cartographic, GIS and programming skills, is proud to present The Globe Building with its Precision Partner Award for outstanding service and a range of substantial contributions to the success of the company. The annual award recognizes a client or supplier that has worked alongside the company for at least one year, served as a true partner and shared risk.

T-Kartor USA is headquartered at The Globe Building in downtown St. Louis and was selected for recognition at the conclusion of 2021, based on the following criteria:

  • Outstanding responsiveness to T-Kartor USA
  • Continuous Improvement to the building’s infrastructure including:
    • Redundant Power
    • Collaborative Workspaces
    • Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility (SCIF)
    • Extremely Fast and Reliable Internet Speeds
  • Impeccable ethics, Strong leadership
  • Development of “Downtown North”, an urban insight district at the heart of America

“The Globe Building leadership’s relationship with us goes way beyond that of a typical landlord and tenant. They consistently identify and deliver business opportunities for us in the St. Louis Region and beyond”, said T-Kartor USA CEO Simon Bailey. “Steve Stone, Jeremy Salvatori, and their team have helped our company immensely through our expansion in the geospatial space, and they have been there for us through the many challenges we faced in 2021, such as COVID-19 and our rapid company growth. T-Kartor USA is committed to remaining at The Globe Building as we continue to scale up our team.”

“Treating our building tenants as long-term business partners is central to our mission and we’re proud to have earned this recognition,” said Salvatori, asset manager of The Globe Building. “When our clients succeed, we succeed. We have worked over the past several years to attract and maintain Geospatial-Intelligence Services companies like T-Kartor USA and provide the infrastructure and amenities they need to serve clients such as the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA), located just one mile away.”