Fairlead Announces Organizational Changes

22 December 2017


Portsmouth, VA, 22 December 2017 – Fairlead Integrated is pleased to announce that as of 1 January 2018, its two divisions Fairlead Integrated Power & Controls (FIPC) and Fairlead Precision Manufacturing & Integration (FPMI) will be merging to one company simply called Fairlead, a division of Fairlead Integrated.

The organization changes are aligned to Fairlead’s principles of playing offense in everything we do, ensuring employee and customer success, and acting as Fairlead, Integrated. Along with the nearly $10 million in capital improvements occurring over the next year, “our continued investment in Fairlead’s employees, facilities, and capabilities will allow us to further enhance our ability to provide exceptional products and services to our customers,” said Fred Pasquine, President of Fairlead Integrated.

As departments within the divisions merge, several leadership changes will also take place:

  • Dan Wood has been promoted to the position of Chief Financial Officer, and will be responsible for all aspects of Finance, Contracts, IT and Purchasing.
  • Gary Dove has been promoted to Vice President of Programs, and will be responsible for all aspects of Estimating, Planning, Engineering and Programs.
  • Frank Zingales has been promoted to Vice President of Operations, and will be responsible for Production, Material Control, Production Control, Facilities Management, and Quality Assurance.
  • Bob Bodvake will become the Vice President of Boatworks.
  • Milo Hyde will serve as Acting Vice President of Business Development.
  • Brian Miller, Ed Goodin, and Todd Babcock will serve as Directors of Business Development, and Keith Hubble will maintain his role as Director of Advanced Engineering Solutions, all reporting to Milo Hyde.

“We are excited and confident about the direction of our company, and believe we will continue to make positive changes that best position us to help get the naval warfighter home,” said Pasquine.

About Fairlead Integrated
Fairlead Integrated builds integrated electrical and control systems, large-scale mechanical fabrications and structures, precision machined metal components/subsystems and advanced mobile containerized products. Today, Fairlead’s products are part of mission-critical systems in the U.S. Navy’s Nimitz and Ford-class aircraft carriers, Virginia-class submarines, the Littoral Combat Ship and many classes of support and auxiliary ships of the Military Sealift Command, the Maritime Administration and the U.S. Coast Guard. Additionally, Fairlead provides repair and maintenance services to small boats and craft through its Fairlead Boatworks division in Newport News, VA. Fairlead Integrated is headquartered in Portsmouth, VA with facilities in Portsmouth, Chesapeake, Virginia Beach, and Newport News.

For more information, please contact:
Stacie Bailey
Director of Human Resources