ROLE / RESPONSIBILITY
Mark leads a highly skilled and competent team that fabricating complex components and assemblies for military and commercial gas turbine engines. He has more than 32 years of industry experience and has held several engineering roles with increasing responsibility and scope throughout the years.
PRIOR RELATED EXPERIENCE
Over his career, Mark has served in a variety of roles with increasing responsibility from Engineering to Program Management and now General Manager overseeing the manufacturing of highly complex turbine engine components and assemblies. He has developed a variety of weld/plasma/heat repair procedures, in addition to developing NADCAP certified manufacturing processes, procedures and training materials.
Mark’s leadership and focus for quality and delivery have been instrumental in growing the facility’s revenues, and his expertise has also built an excellent reputation for the Danvers facility around high-end complex fabrications for GE and DOD. We’re proud that nearly every part produced in the last 20 years from the facility is currently still flying and/or running in a variety of engine platforms, including J85, F404, F414, F110, F101, LM2500, LM6000, LS100, GE9X to name a few. Most recently, Mark collaborated with a key customer to develop and manage the manufacturing process for two large diameter, extremely complex assemblies for the new GE9X commercial aircraft engine, which has the significant growth potential at the Danvers facility in 2020 and beyond.
PERSONAL FUTURE VISION / GOALS
“I am thrilled to be part of a great team of dedicated professionals at Enjet Aero. I can see incredible potential for growth given the new business operational processes and internal/external communications procedures that we have fully adopted and embraced. Our customers stand to benefit greatly from our unique approach to utmost quality assurance and consistent, expedited delivery.”