Hill Engineering recently held an open house at our new office location in Clearfield, UT. The event was a success, allowing us to show off our new office to our customers and partners in the local area. Continue reading Hill Engineering open house
We would like to welcome Bruce Anderson to Hill Engineering. Bruce has over 26 years of experience using NX 3-D CAD software. As a Senior Engineer for Hill Engineering, Bruce’s responsibilities will include: overseeing the modification of A-10 legacy product definition to Model Based Definition (MBD) effort at Hill Air Force Base, working with A-10 engineers to develop and implement best practices and policy, providing guidance to subcontractors to ensure proper Computer Aided Design and Drafting (CADD) models are delivered to the government, and working with prime contractors to ensure a quality deliverable to the Air Force. Bruce is also actively involved with implementation and management of Teamcenter Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) system within the A-10 community and oversees the MBD (Model Based Definition) design effort on the A-10 Wing Replacement Program. Continue reading Welcome Bruce Anderson
This past year was another successful one for Hill Engineering. We have accomplished so much and we wanted to take a moment to recognize some of the highlights. Continue reading 2017 Highlights at Hill Engineering
We would like to welcome Doug Bateman to Hill Engineering. Doug has over 20 years of experience in the Aerospace industry with organizations including Boeing, Lockheed Martin, Gulfstream, and ATK. As a Senior Engineer for Hill Engineering, working out of our Layton, UT office, Doug will support efforts with the A-10 3-D Model Based Definition initiative, facilitating the transformation of A-10 Mechanical Systems Product Definition (2-D drawings) to 3-D MBD. Continue reading Doug Bateman Joins the Hill Engineering Team
Hill Engineering, LLC, answering strong demand for its aircraft structural integrity, fatigue analysis and design, and residual stress engineering services, has opened a satellite office in Layton, UT. This new office will allow Hill Engineering to better connect and collaborate with our customers and partners in the local area and the broader aerospace community. Continue reading Hill Engineering opens new office
We would like to welcome Frank Di Cocco as Program Development Manager to Hill Engineering. Frank comes to Hill Engineering with more than 25 years of experience, most recently from Alcoa Technical Center. At Alcoa, Frank was the Manager of Alcoa Defense Aerospace, where he directed government and commercial aerospace programs focused on developing structures technologies. Frank brings valuable experience leading large, multi-year aerospace programs as a prime government contractor and managing diverse teams of OEM and technical specialists like Boeing, Airbus, Lockheed Martin, BAES, and Northrop Grumman. Continue reading Welcome Frank Di Cocco
We would like to welcome Robert (Bob) Pilarczyk to Hill Engineering. Bob has worked in the United States Air Force A-10 ASIP office (Hill Air Force Base) for the past 10+ years, most recently as the group leader of a team responsible for the structural integrity of the A-10 fleet. In this role Bob functioned as the division technical expert in the field of aircraft structural integrity, structural analysis, and fatigue analysis for the purpose of solving unusual and difficult strength, fatigue, fracture, corrosion, and design challenges for the A-10 weapon system. Continue reading Welcome Robert Pilarczyk
Hill Engineering, LLC, answering strong demand for its residual stress measurement, fatigue analysis and design, and residual stress engineering services, today opened a new facility in Rancho Cordova, CA. The newly renovated building will feature a combination of laboratory, research and development, and office space; all of which are important as Hill Engineering works tenaciously to meet the needs of our current projects while at the same time keeping an eye towards innovation and new opportunities. The move provides Hill Engineering with additional space to house our growing team of experts. For more information, please visit hill-engineering.com. Continue reading Hill Engineering opens new facility
Hill Engineering would like to announce the groundbreaking on our new facility. This marks an important milestone in a year-long process to evolve and grow our infrastructure. Our new facility will provide us with additional space, which will allow us to be more responsive to new opportunities in residual stress measurement and fatigue engineering. Furthermore, the facility has been carefully designed to provide an optimal environment for advancement of our precision testing laboratory. We are looking forward to the Grand Opening in early June, 2016.
Construction will be performed by DesCor Builders a licensed general contractor based in Northern California. Our construction superintendent, Al Candela is pictured below. We know that you and your team will do a great job!
Hill Engineering is in the final stages of a major corporate branding update that includes values, logo, and website. Our new corporate identity is the product of a year-long effort of self-reflection and customer feedback to better understand what makes Hill Engineering unique and where we are headed in the future. Our new tagline: “Predict. Test. Perform” exemplifies our comprehensive engineering approach that is multi-disciplined and strives to make connections between analytical models and experimental testing. Our new corporate logo is inspired by many of our core values including: innovation, precision, collaboration, and objectivity.
Hill Engineering is a global leader in predicting and measuring the behavior of materials. We are a trusted partner and advisor to engineering leaders in government and private industry, delivering cogent advice and data-driven solutions across design, manufacturing and operations.