Waséyabek Development Company, LLC Subsidiary, Baker Engineering, LLC Awarded Two New Engine Research & Development Contracts | WDC Hires New Employee
Two engine development programs underway at Baker Engineering, LLC (BEI), a subsidiary company of WDC, have recently been expanded to include a broader scope of work and additional funding.
The first program is for advanced drone small engine development, focusing on engine performance and durability improvement. The two-year program received $1 million in new funding from the U.S. Department of Defense.
The second is related to a proprietary engine design and development program for power management systems. Enginuity Power Systems recently issued a contract to fund an accelerated program, which includes engine design, manufacturing, and test validation in nine months.
BEI also has ongoing contracts with the U.S. Department of Defense. These contracts include developing advanced small diesel engines as well as micro turbo/superchargers to improve their performance in military applications.
With the recent acquisition of BEI, WDC noticed a need for a new General Manager position to continue growth and prosperity between this collaboration.
Robert F.X. Giroux draws from decades of experience as a senior executive within the commercial and federal marketplace. Giroux has expertise and professional working knowledge of specialty construction, industrial power and process, major office renovations, refinery construction, environmental remediation (including demolition), and secured facilities design-build.
Giroux is charged with expanding subsidiary federal business and mentoring subsidiary leadership in business development under the SBA 8(a) Program (certification pending).
Additionally, Giroux has extensive experience working with Tribal and minority organizations as a senior executive charged with strategic planning, organizational start-up, risk mitigation, business turn-around, and day-to-day management.
Giroux is a Tribal Member of the Ontario Woodland Metis Painted Feather Tribe.
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