In honor of National Engineers Week, Feb. 19-25, we’re shining a spotlight on some of the many dedicated, hard-working engineers who call ENSCO home. By sharing their individual expertise and experience they make it possible for ENSCO to continually develop innovative technical solutions to some of the most unique challenges facing our customers and the nation and turn ideas into reality.
Happy National Engineers Week to all the engineers here at ENSCO!
With 8 years of experience working on the Satellite Control Network, she’s a pivotal part of ENSCO’s proof-of-concept studies on our EC SE&I contract. To keep a healthy work-life balance, Amie takes her family on plenty of outdoor adventures like hiking, skiing, and biking.
Brian, our electrical engineer knows how to strike the right balance between creating innovative technical approaches, managing speed to delivery, and optimizing performance.
If you think being an engineer sounds like a fun job, you’d be right. Especially if you work on ENSCO’s Seismo-Acoustic Group like David does. This rock star is an expert in sound propagation modeling, atmospheric characterization, and signal analysis/interpretation.
Juan's experience in computer simulations, instrumentation, and full-scale lab and track testing has taught him to see the world not only how it is, but how it could be too. When not putting his research skills to work, Juan enjoys playing guitar and exercising.
Over the last 10 years, Michael has been using his expertise in systems engineering to help his team on projects like ENSCO’s Ultrasonic Rail Flaw System. He’s thankful for the great mentors and friends he’s made along the way. Outside of work, Michael puts his skills to use turning his house into his family’s dream home.
A key member of our DCO-S team, Michael is an expert in risk familiarity. He appreciates the mentorship, training, and opportunities to grow here at ENSCO. Michael’s advice to anyone looking to become an engineer? “Always be curious, teachable, sociable, and humble.”
Nate worked on ENSCO’s Risk Management Framework and helped the team win a recognition award from the RN/SE&I Government Program Manager. Now he’s helping develop the Range of the Future. Outside of work, Nate likes spends time with his family and plays on a USTA tennis team that has won their division the last 4-years in a row.
Tino, the Chief Architect for the Launch Test Range Systems helped completely reinvent the future architecture of the Eastern and Western Ranges. Tino’s got a heart of gold, working on old computers and giving them to people in his community who wouldn’t otherwise be able to afford them.
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