Cardinal Engineering Awarded SBIR Contract

Cardinal Engineering selected as Phase I SBIR award recipient to develop an innovative and cost-effective automated software design and qualification tool to comparatively assess submarine components’ ability to withstand high intensity loadings. During Phase I Cardinal will define and develop a concept for an automated software tool to perform[...]

Cardinal Awarded Task Order to Support Electromagnetic Rail Gun

Cardinal Engineering will provide engineering and analysis expertise to the Energy Conversion Branch (Code 325) of the Naval Surface Warfare Center Philadelphia Division in support of the Electromagnetic Rail Gun (EMRG) Program Power and Energy Integrated Product Team.  Primary efforts will focus on engineering studies and analysis related to[...]

Siemens, Developer of FEMAP, interviews Cardinal Engineer, John Hering

Siemens, Developer of FEMAP, interviews Cardinal Engineer, John Hering John Hering, the manager of Cardinal Engineering’s Applied Physics Group, was interviewed recently by Siemens during the 2015 FEMAP Symposium held at the Smithsonian’s Udvar-Hazy Center in Washington, DC.  Siemens, the developer of FEMAP, was intrigued by the unique way[...]

John McCullough Appointed Cardinal Engineering COO

Cardinal Engineering is extremely pleased to welcome aboard John McCullough as Chief Operating Officer.  Mr. McCullough has been a business leader in the U.S. Defense sector for 30 years, most notably serving as the Vice President of Acquisition Programs and Homeland Security for URS Federal Services (previously EG&G Technical[...]

Mr. Gunner Sanders joins Cardinal Engineering

We are pleased to announce the newest addition to our company, Gunner Sanders, Senior Engineer.  Gunner is a recently retired Lieutenant Commander with over 23 years of experience building, designing, maintaining and operating complex technical projects for the Naval Nuclear Propulsion Program.  Gunner has experience operating nuclear propulsion plants,[...]

Contract Awarded from Ocean Energy Systems (OES) for Roadmap Development

Cardinal Engineering has partnered with the University of Edinburgh, Nanyang Technological University and Power Projects Limited to develop an International Ocean Energy Technology Roadmap for the International Energy Agency (IEA) Ocean Energy Systems (OES).  OES is an intergovernmental collaboration between countries in order to advance research, development and demonstration[...]

Marine Energy Specifications and Standards Subcontract Awarded

Cardinal Engineering has been awarded a one-year follow-on subcontract for $540K from the Alliance for Sustainable Energy, LLC, Management and Operating Contractor for the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) to provide international standards development for ocean energy conversion.  Cardinal will continue to lead a team of U.S. industry, academic[...]

Cardinal Engineering wins task to support Norfolk Naval Shipyard

Cardinal Engineering was part of a team led by Gryphon Technologies LC that won a 5-year, $74M contract to provide Marine Design Engineering Services (MDES) to support Norfolk Naval Shipyard with ship repair and conversion.  Cardinal will be providing static and dynamic structural analysis and equipment survivability requirements expertise.[...]

Austal USA praises Cardinal Engineering for Shock Qualification Work on LCS Waterjets

Cardinal Engineering recently received accolades from Austal USA for shock qualification work performed on the Waterjet propulsors for the Austal built Littoral Combat Ship (LCS). The work was performed under tasking from Wärtsilä, the manufacturer of the LCS Waterjets, and specifically involved developing a shock qualification by extension request package[...]