LSINC is proud to announce that James Bullington is now Vice President of Engineering, Prototyping, and LVAP (Low-Volume Production). Headquartered in Huntsville, Alabama, LSINC provides business and communications strategies and product development services to federal and commercial clients across the U.S. and abroad.
Bullington, who served as LSINC s director of engineering for the past eight years, has led the firm s overall product development efforts as well as providing expert mechanical engineering expertise for projects ranging from new product design to full-scale training simulators.
In his expanded role as vice president, Bullington will be responsible for LSINC s comprehensive product development and engineering services which include rapid prototyping and LVAP. LSINC s rapid prototype facility produces economical 3D printed and cast resin prototypes and its LVAP line produces low volumes of initial production inventory to bridge the gap between engineering models and long-term contract manufacturing.
Bullington is a professional engineer (PE) with the State of Alabama and holds both a bachelor and a master of science degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Alabama in Huntsville. His background includes extensive work in thermal and structural analysis, molded design, conceptualization of new products, electronics integration, manufacturing enablement, minimizing production costs, and mechanical engineering.
Fortune 500 companies including Hewlett Packard, Anheuser Busch, Northrop Grumman, SAIC, and Lockheed-Martin as well as multiple federal agencies and Department of Defense contractors have solicited the expertise of Bullington and his team. Under his leadership, LSINC has designed, developed, and supported the launch of multiple products to market including the iCubate disease diagnostic system and the Hear Technologies Hearback Jack personal music monitor. The team s full-scale engineering projects include the design and fabrication of a Bell 412 helicopter simulator, a Crew Excursion Vehicle (CEV) mockup, and training replicas of two Lightweight Counter Mortar Radar systems.
This was a natural progression for James career, said Alicia Ryan, CEO of LSINC. He has more than demonstrated his capabilities to lead and serve every customer with the utmost attention, said Ms. Ryan. We are proud to recognize his accomplishments with this promotion and will fully support James as he leads this business unit to new heights in 2014 and beyond.
Prior to joining LSINC (then Inergi) in 2005, Bullington held senior engineering roles for Intergraph and Silicon Graphics and owned Bullington Engineering, a privately held engineering firm.
Bullington and his wife Sandra have two children and reside in Athens.
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LSINC, a woman-owned small business (WOSB), provides strategy and intelligence, strategic communications, product development, and low-volume adaptable production to federal and commercial clients. LSINC assesses market environments, develops organizational strategies, designs and engineers new products to help companies penetrate emerging markets, and helps federal clients to address technical and programmatic challenges. LSINC is headquartered in Huntsville, AL.