Syracuse, NY – SRC Inc. has announced that Mark Sabatino has been promoted to chief mechanical engineer.
As chief mechanical engineer, Sabatino will guide the technical direction of mechanical design for the company and remain instrumental in ensuring SRC stays at the forefront of research for the industry.
“Mark brings extensive industry and company knowledge to the role of chief mechanical engineer,” said Kevin Hair, president and CEO of SRC. “We’re confident that his leadership and direction will continue to help SRC grow and meet the needs of our customers.”
Sabatino has been with SRC for 11 years. Over that timeframe, he worked on multiple SRC programs and systems. Most recently, he served as a senior principal mechanical engineer to support proposals and solve critical technology related problems. His 32 years in military and commercial product development have provided him with experience in developing and executing advanced systems, business plans, budgets and management skills. Sabatino has a bachelor’s degree in mathematics from Siena College, another bachelor’s in mechanical engineering from Syracuse University, a master’s in mechanical engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, and is currently pursuing a doctorate in mechanical engineering from Syracuse University.
SRC, Inc. (@SRCDefense), a not-for-profit research and development company, combines information, science, technology and ingenuity to solve “impossible” problems in the areas of defense, environment and intelligence. Across a family of companies, SRC applies bright minds, fresh thinking and relentless determination to deliver innovative products and services that are redefining possible® for the challenges faced by America and its allies.
Since 1957, SRC’s commitment to the customer and the best solution — not the bottom line — has remained a core value that guides its efforts. This passion for quality carries through to the technologies the company invents and manufactures, the laboratories and facilities it builds, the people they hire, and communities where they work. Today, more than 1,500 engineers, scientists and professionals work together at SRC to protect people, the environment and our way of life.