ES3 Executives oversee a diverse technical staff with a depth of capabilities in mechanical, aerospace,
and electrical engineering, and structural mechanics for aerospace and other high-end applications. ES3's
environmental and material scientists develop and implement innovative improvements in material processing.
ES3's quality assurance staff has established procedures, controls, and inspections to ensure best practices.
Our computer science staff includes software engineers with the capability to design and develop highly
engineered software applications while our system administration staff is qualified for maintaining systems
with the highest requirements for availability, reliability and data integrity.
Craig is an experienced manager of challenging research, development, and implementation efforts with the potential
for significant pollution prevention ramifications. Craig is a licensed professional engineer, holds a BS in Mechanical
Engineering from the University of Utah and an MS in Civil and Environmental Engineering from Utah State University, and has more than 20 years experience.
Craig and his staff have successfully developed and transitioned into production the use of Cadmium replacement
Hoss is ES3's lead engineer and supervisor for examination and redesign of aerospace electrical components and
systems. His expertise includes all areas of aircraft antiskid and steering systems, including design, development,
flight qualification, and implementation. Hoss is a professional licensed engineer with a BS in Electrical
Engineering from the University of Utah and more than 15 years experience.
Jay leads ES3's Southeast operations, including all teaming and business development efforts. Jay is an aerospace
engineer with over 25 years of engineering and aircraft maintenance experience, both commercial and military.
Technical expertise includes overhaul and repair, modification, failure analysis/damage tolerance, aging aircraft
and corrosion control, and on-site incident recovery. Prior to joining ES3, Jay was a Lead Principal Engineer and
Supervisor at Delta Air Lines. Jay holds a Bachelors of Aerospace Engineering from Georgia Institute of Technology.
Fred assumes responsibility for day-to-day operational management of all activities and functions, as well as
program development and project engineering tasks for ES3's Southeast Operations. As a former aircraft structures
and landing gear engineer from Delta Air Lines, Fred has more than 15 years engineering experience with
pneumatic, hydraulic, and electromechanical components and subsystems. Technical expertise includes structural
and material aspects of aircraft systems, structures and component repair, landing gear, and wheels, tires and
brakes. Fred holds a Bachelors of Mechanical Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology, and a Masters
of Business Administration from Regis University.
Todd is an aerospace engineer with more than 25 years experience in requirements definition, design/integration,
development/qualification, and sustainment strategies for a variety of military aircraft. He is an expert in
nondestructive inspection (NDT Level III) and aerospace failure analysis. Todd has a BS in Mechanical Engineering
from Brigham Young University and currently oversees major wheel and brake system improvement programs.
Rob has extensive experienced in all types of aircraft structural integrity programs involving structural analysis,
repair development, risk assessment and mitigation, configuration control, and structural programs management,
specifically budget/scheduling/planning/oversight. Rob has a BS in Mechanical Engineering from Utah State University and more than 25 years professional experience.
Joe is one of ES3's most experienced managers for large systems integration and structural engineering efforts. Joe
is a licensed professional engineer with a BS in Mechanical Engineering from Brigham Young University. Joe has over
25 years experience overseeing aircraft failure modes/effects analysis, airworthiness, and aero performance
engineering. Joe's expertise includes many aircraft mechanical systems including hydraulics, pneumatics, flight
controls, landing gear, environmental control systems, fuels, engines, and egress.
Richard manages the Materials Research and Development Center (MRDC) in Clearfield Utah. His expertise includes general
management, quality management, material testing and analysis, HVOF/Thermal Spray optimization and advanced surface
finishing methods, mechanical design and fabrication. Richard holds a BS in Mechanical Engineering from The University
of Texas and has over 25 years of engineering, quality systems and small business management experience.
Lilian has over 20 years of experience in the area of Accounting and Finance. She is ES3's Primary Point of Contact to DCMA
and DCAA as it pertains to Indirect Rates, Pre-Award Cost Proposals and Cost Voucher Audits. Lilian assists the CFO in
overseeing the day to day operational functions in the area of Government Accounting Compliance, Year End close, Internal
Financial Reporting, Project Control, Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Purchasing. Lilian holds a BS in Business
Administration, Management from San Diego State University and received a Certificate in Government Contract Management
issued by the National Contract Management Association at San Diego State University.
Belinda is the Human Resources Generalist Lead for ES3. She oversees Regulatory
Compliance & Reporting, Recruitment/Employment, Training & Development,
Performance Management, Policy Implementation, Benefits, 401K, Workers'
Compensation and Employee Relations for all ES3 locations. Belinda works to cultivate a
workplace environment that maximizes employee value, fulfillment, creativity and
overall performance. Belinda earned her Bachelor of Science in Economics from
Oakwood University and her MBA from the University of Alabama at Birmingham. Her
extensive background in microbusiness development and corporate enterprise
optimization shape her approach to human resources.
Bob joined ES3 after his retirement from a distinguished career at Boeing as an Associate Technical Fellow, DER. He was
the lead engineer on the Boeing 747-8 airplane, oevereeing debvelopment and integration of its landing gear. At ES3, Bob
provides expertise in structural analysis of aircraft and landing gear. He holds a BS in Aeronautical Engineering from
Southern Alberta Institute of Technology.
Tom provides support on the design, production, and product support of bias and radial, new and retread aircraft tires.
He has a BS in Mechanical Engineering from the Indiana Institute of Technology and a wealth of global experience in
dealing with original equipment airframe manufacturers, airlines, wheel and brake manufacturers, and tire manufacturers.
Bob is a brake control systems engineer with over 38 years of relevant technical and management experience, including the
design, development, flight test and production of brake control systems, algorithms, architectures and solutions relating
to all types of antiskid / brake control systems and components. Bob holds a BS in Electronic Engineering from the
California State Polytechnic College.
Sheridan oversees all of the ES3 parts supply activities. She is the contracting authority for ES3 PLG under the US Air
Force Landing Gear Prime Vendor Contract. She oversees all purchase agreements with subcontractors as well as all teaming
and technical agreements. Sheridan has a BS in Finance from Weber State University and is experienced with all aspects of
Government Contracting, FAR, DFAR, and ITAR compliance.
Tiffanie is an Executive Assistant in ES3's Clearfield, Utah facility. She supports ES3
managers and staff members with adherence to policies and procedures for such essential
services as security, export control, purchasing, travel, and quality assurance to name a
few. Tiffanie is also the manager of ES3's Internship Program. She selects, hires, and
places high school, college, and graduate school students in internship positions
throughout ES3's various engineering, business, test, and fabrication facilities. The ES3
Internship Program has been a great way for students to obtain real work experience and
for ES3 to connect with potential new hires.
Chris manages the software development of ES3's suite of software products that support and enhance ES3's engineering
capabilities and improve internal business processes. Chris applies proven software engineering
methodologies throughout the software development cycle including requirements analysis, design, development and testing.
Chris has a BS in Computer Science from the University of Utah and has over 15 years of experience working with modern web applications,
client-server and stand-alone desktop applications, and programs that run on handheld devices.
Steve provides support on the design, testing, manufacturing and product support of aircraft wheels and brakes based upon over 38 years of experience at BFGoodrich/UTAS; including over 24 years as the director of engineering. He has a bachelors degree in mechanical engineering from Case Western Reserve University.
Brad joined ES3 after retiring as a Project Engineering Manager at UTC Aerospace Systems (Goodrich Wheels and Brakes). Brad has 42 years of engineering experience in the design, development, and qualification of wheel and brake systems for military, regional & business, and commercial programs. Most recently, Brad was the UTAS chief engineer for the C-130 and F-15 WBSI programs. Brad's expertise is in the area of detail design of wheels and brakes. Brad has a BS in Mechanical Engineering from Purdue University.