Meet Our Team
Our engineers and technicians are led by Eduardo Hernandez, California licensed Professional Engineer #M37102, bachelors in Mechanical Engineering, Masters in Materials Science and NACE Certified Corrosion Technologist.
Ret. Lieutenant Commander Ernesto Padilla, EIT has joined Project X Corrosion Engineering bringing with nearly 25 years of Honorable Service and experience from the Department of the NAVY as a Seabee and Facility Engineering Acquisitions division director. He is trained in soil corrosivity testing, Pipe to Soil Potential reading, Wenner 4 Pin testing, Isolation Joint Testing, Rectifier Trouble shooting, metallurgical sample preparations, XRF alloy analysis, micro-hardness testing, autocad and thermal resistivity testing.
Victor Medina background has 10+ years experience in aerospace stress & thermal analysis.
Scott is pursuing a Bachelors degree in electrical engineering and working part time as laboratory technician. Scott also excels in graphic arts, Microsoft office, and electrical soldering. He is trained in pipe to soil potential readings, machining, metallurgical sample preparation, soil corrosivity testing, and corrosive bacteria testing.
Nathan is pursuing a degree in Physics and working part time as laboratory technician. Nathan also excels in Microsoft office, visual basic, and electrical soldering. He is trained in pipe to soil potential readings, machining, metallurgical sample preparation, soil corrosivity testing, and corrosive bacteria testing.
A graduate of Lappeenranta University of Technology, Finland with a Masters in Accounting, we are blessed to have Hanna on our team.
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