The following 2 employees have been recognized by the company for their performance during the third quarter of 2019:
Marcus Taylor, Electrician, helped lead the execution of technical efforts onboard USS KENTUCKY (SSBN-737) and provided daily production reports and support onboard USS CARL VINSON (CVN-70) during the quarter. His work ethic and leadership deserve to be recognized.
Mark Reynolds, Logistician, helped support multiple initiatives during this quarter including the USS TORTUGA (LSD-46), USS VICKSBURG (CG-69), and various Bid & Proposal efforts. His positive attitude and flexibility combined with a can-do attitude deserve to be recognized.
Congratulations to both Marcus and Mark. We look forward to seeing their continued growth and achievements on future projects.
The following 2 employees have been recognized by the company for their performance during the fourth quarter of 2017:
Zachary Haupt (pictured near left with Keith Reidinger), Computer/Software Engineer, successfully executed the DLA Shaft Speed Transmitter task and the implementation of the NIST security Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI) procedures. He performed exceptional work and is the model of what we expect from project management and execution.
Richard “Rick” Hufnagel (pictured far right with Cedrick Clayton), Engineering Technician, successfully executed the Passive Countermeasures System (PCMS) Installation onboard USS CARL VINSON (CVN70) as the Project Lead. The feedback from the Customer and Project Team was outstanding. His performance during this task deserves to be recognized. Great work Rick! Congratulations to both Zachary and Rick on a job well done!
Continental Tide welcomes 2018 with a wintery sunrise from the Pagoda atop Mount Penn in Reading, PA.
Thank you to all who contributed in making 2017 a huge success. Wishing everyone a happy, healthy and prosperous new year!
The following 2 employees have been recognized by the company for their performance during the third quarter of 2017:
Andrew Bohn (left photo), Financial Analyst, continues to exemplify hard work, attention to detail, and willingness to go above in beyond, both inside and outside the Finance Department. He is a tremendous asset to our team and an example for all employees to follow. In addition to his everyday responsibilities which are carried out with little supervision, Andrew has taken the lead in answering every data call pertaining to a recent financial audit, and not only provided the requested information in the time allotted, but also allowed other individuals to shift their concentration to other areas that are essential to the growth of the company. These among other attributes make Andrew a very valuable part of the Continental Tide team.
Ashley Russell (right photo), Marine Electrician, was recognized for supporting SPAWAR Systems Center Atlantic and AMSEC, LLC by assisting Continental Tide electrical personnel during the execution of C4ISR installation onboard USS RHODE ISLAND (SSBN-740). Her work ethic and positive attitude as a team member deserved to be recognized. Ashley is a great addition to the Continental Tide team!
Congratulations to both Andrew and Ashley on a job well done!
The following 2 employees have been recognized by the company for their performance during the second quarter of 2017:
Justin Sloan, Marine Electrician, supported SPAWAR Systems Center Atlantic and AMSEC, LLC by leading Continental Tide’s electrical personnel during the execution of the C4ISR installation onboard USS RHODE ISLAND (SSBN-740). His leadership, dedication and can-do attitude has opened up more opportunities and has positively influenced fellow Continental Tide employees.
Mario Mingo, Mechanic, was recognized for supporting SPAWAR Systems Center Atlantic and AMSEC, LLC by providing excellent technical support during the execution of the C4ISR installation onboard USS MAINE (SSBN-741) and USS GREENVILLE (SSBN-772). He displayed exemplary work ethic and dedication. His technical ability and positive attitude deserve to be recognized.
Congratulations to both Justin, at right, and Mario, at left, on a job well done! Pictured with Justin and Mario is John Kenyon.
The following 2 employees have been recognized by the company for their performance during the first quarter of 2017:
Stephen Ferrazzara, Project Lead, pictured at left, supported the Naval Surface Warfare Center, Philadelphia Division (NSWCPD) by leading the repair of the Port and Starboard Side Port Shell Door Closure System aboard USS BATAAN (LHD-5). His leadership, dedication and can-do attitude has opened up more opportunities and has positively influenced fellow Continental Tide employees.
Nicholas Dimm, Mechanic, pictured at right, was recognized for his support during the repair work on USS Bataan LHD-5 Port and Starboard Shell Closure doors. He displayed exemplary work ethic and technical acumen while assisting in specific repairs to the door actuators, which had not been serviced or operated in many years. His technical ability and positive attitude as a team member is recognized both within the company and the customers we provide service to.
Congratulations to both Stephen and Nicholas on a job well done!
We would like to recognize the following 2 employees for their outstanding performance and support during the fourth quarter of 2016:
Alex Estrella Curiel, Mechanic, supported our Elevator Service Unit (ESU) Program in Bremerton, WA with an exemplary can-do attitude and outstanding work ethic. His motivation and support has opened up more opportunities for his fellow co-workers and for future Continental Tide employees.
Joseph Lukasewycz, Engineering Technician, was recognized for his efforts supporting the USS WASP (LHD-1) and USS BATAAN (LHD-5) Quality Assurance (QA) workbooks. His dedication to providing a quality product and input into company QA work instructions deserve to be recognized.
Alex and Joseph are valuable parts of the Continental Tide team and their performance is worth celebrating! Congratulations to you both and great work!
As published in the Greater Reading Chamber’s Commerce Quarterly Winter 2017 edition, Zachary Haupt, Computer/Software Engineer, sat with Mark Dolinski, Director – Business Services with the Chamber, to discuss Continental Tide’s growing business and technology capabilities and aspirations.
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While our crew was supporting the US Coast Guard’s icebreaker “Mackinaw” up in Cheboygan, Michigan, the local Clearwater Lakeshore Motel had these kind words to say about our guys on their Facebook page:
Continental Tide would like to recognize Mr. Zachary Haupt as the Employee of the Month for April. Mr. Haupt’s ongoing efforts in both the continued growth and development of the Workflow, Assessment, Verification, & Evaluation (WAVE) Application, and his support of the recent transition to the Corporate IT Server, continue to prove that his abilities and attitude are both commendable and appreciated.
Continental Tide Defense Systems, Inc. was awarded a five (5) year Multiple Award contract supporting the Naval Surface Warfare Center, Philadelphia Division. The contracted work will focus on coordination and planning of all the engineering and technical support services for Hull, Deck, Mechanical and Electrical (HM&E) machinery and systems.
The engineering and technical support services will be accomplished in all areas where Foreign Military, U.S. Navy, and MSC ships operate and are homeported. These services will be accomplished in whole or in phases that minimize interruption in ship operating schedules while maximizing the capacity of Type Commander and NAVSEA agencies to upgrade and modernize systems.
Continental Tide Defense Systems, Inc. was recently awarded a contract from the Mid-Atlantic Regional Maintenance Center (MARMC) for Pier Side Technical Assistance.
The scope of work includes technical services, labor, material, support services and equipment to accomplish a full range of depot level repairs and alterations, troubleshooting, maintenance, installation, and removal of main and auxiliary, hull, mechanical and electrical (HM&E) equipment and systems onboard U.S. Navy or other military type vessels including submarines.
Continental Tide is extremely excited about this opportunity to continue to support MARMC and looks forward to future successes.