John Rekos joins Cardinal Engineering

Cardinal Engineering is pleased to announce the addition of Mr. John Rekos to our Applied Physics Group.  John previously worked as a systems engineer with Raytheon on Live, Fire Test and Evaluation (LFT&E) for the DDG1000 program. His background also includes engineering support at the Naval Undersea Warfare Center[...]

Dayita Strasser joins Cardinal Engineering

Cardinal Engineering is pleased to announce the addition of Ms. Dayita Strasser to our Power and Energy Group. Dayita held previous positions with Temeku Technologies and Alion Science and Technology, where she provided engineering and program management support services for Naval ships. Her prior experience includes electromagnetic signature engineering[...]

Cardinal Engineering Announces Prime Contract Award by NAVSEA

Cardinal Engineering is very pleased to announce the award of a new prime contract by Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) for research and development activities under a Broad Agency Announcement (BAA). The scope of this new BAA award is associated with the development of Power Load Modules (PLM) for[...]

Cardinal Engineering Wins Task to Support NSWCPD Code 325

Cardinal Engineering is part of a team led by McKean Defense Group, LLC that won a 5-year, $8M indefinite delivery / indefinite quantity contract to support the Energy Conversion Research & Development Branch (Code 325) at Naval Surface Warfare Center Philadelphia Division (NSWCPD).  The McKean team will provide Engineering,[...]

Justin Caruana Promoted to Manager of Shock and Survivability Division

Cardinal Engineering is pleased to announce Mr. Justin Caruana’s promotion to Manager of the Shock and Survivability Division under the Applied Physics Group.  In his new role, Mr. Caruana will provide operational management and technical oversight of projects dealing with the survivability of ship systems and marine structures subjected[...]

Cardinal Welcomes Mr. Greg Buley

Cardinal Engineering is pleased to announce that Mr. Gregory Buley has joined our Applied Physics Group.  Greg is a Senior Engineer with more than 20 years of experience in the ship design industry.  Specializing in computational fluid dynamics (CFD), Greg has been part of the hull design teams for[...]

Cardinal Engineering Awarded Phase II SBIR Contract

Cardinal Engineering is pleased to announce the award of a Phase II SBIR contract for the topic Submarine Component Design Tool to Assess Relative Resistance to High Intensity Loading.  Cardinal engineers will be working to develop and demonstrate an innovative software design tool that will automate the techniques used[...]

Mr. Connor Way Joins Cardinal Engineering

Cardinal Engineering is pleased to announce the hiring of Mr. Connor Way.  Connor is a recent recipient of a B.S. degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Maryland.  Through the demanding undergraduate coursework at Maryland and internships at Oak Ridge National Laboratory and the Nuclear Infrastructure Council, Connor[...]

Cardinal Awarded Virginia Class Submarine Structures Task

Cardinal Engineering, under subcontract to AECOM, has been awarded a task order to provide technical and engineering support to the VIRGINIA Class Submarine program office (PMS 450).  Cardinal engineers will be providing direct support to the VIRGINIA New Construction Materials and Structures SIT as well as the NAVSEA 05P4[...]