Mr. Doug Algera joins Cardinal Engineering

Cardinal Engineering is pleased to announce the hiring of Doug Algera into the Applied Physics Group.  Doug is a Senior Engineer with more than 10 years of experience in the defense industry.  He is an expert in the use of finite element analysis programs and techniques for solving critical[...]

Cardinal Awarded Task Order to Support Electromagnetic Rail Gun

Cardinal Engineering will participate in the advanced development of subsystems during EMRG technology transition as a member of the Power & Energy Integrated Product Team (P&E IPT) led by the Naval Surface Warfare Center, Philadelphia Division (NSWCPD).  Cardinal engineers will focus on integration for system demonstrations and interface with[...]

Ms. Meghan Bartholomew joins Cardinal Engineering

Cardinal Engineering is pleased to announce the hiring of Meghan Bartholomew as an Engineer in our Applied Physics Group.  Meghan brings four years of structural submarine design experience with proficiency in the use of finite element analysis tools, having built and analyzed finite element models of highly complex submarine[...]

Mr. Joe Fonts Completes Internship and joins Cardinal Engineering

We are happy to announce the hiring of Joe Fonts into the Applied Physics Group.  Joe recently received his B.S. degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Maryland and followed that up with an internship with the Applied Physics Group this past summer where his engineering knowledge and[...]

Award for DDG 51 Flight III Structural Engineering Analysis

Cardinal Engineering has been awarded a contract by Huntington Ingalls Incorporated to perform structural engineering analysis in support of DDG 51 Flight III design and technical efforts.  We will provide engineering structural analyses, ensuring structural requirements, manufacturability and quality are maintained throughout the development of the Flight III products.[...]

Mr. David Ellis joins Cardinal Engineering

Cardinal Engineering is pleased to announce that David Ellis has joined the company as a Principal Engineer after completing over 30 years of service with NAVSEA.  Most recently, David was the Assistant Program Manager for Advanced Power Generation Systems within the Electric Ships Office (PMS 320).  David’s career has[...]

Remembering Guy Grater

Guy Grater, our friend and Cardinal Engineering colleague died suddenly and unexpectedly from an apparent heart attack on May 20, 2016 at the age of 53.  He was a great person and personality, always cheerful and full of life, and never let anything deter him from his goals.  He[...]

Cardinal Engineering Sponsors Little League

Cardinal Engineering is proud to announce our sponsorship of Woodbridge Little League®.  Coach John Hering, who manages Cardinal’s Applied Physics Group, will lead the sponsored team, to be known (not surprisingly) as the Cardinals.  As a “Home Run” sponsor, Cardinal Engineering is happy to actively support the local community[...]

Cardinal Engineering Custom Software Solution Featured on Siemens Website

Innovative use of FEMAP, a finite element modeling pre- and post-processing code developed by Siemens, has landed Cardinal as a featured case study on the renowned software developer’s website.  Cardinal engineers used the Application Programming Interface (API) feature of FEMAP in conjunction with in-house, custom programmed Python scripts to[...]

Cardinal Engineering to Provide Engineering Analysis to NSWC Philadelphia

The Energy Conversion Branch (Code 325) of the Naval Surface Warfare Center Philadelphia Division, has awarded Cardinal Engineering a task order to provide engineering analysis to the Office of Naval Research’s Multi‐Function Energy Storage Module (MFESM) program. Cardinal will participate in concept studies and analysis, requirements definition, preliminary planning[...]