ATLANTA, GA (November 3, 2021) – Atomic-6 is pleased to announce that Russell Pizzuto has been named Vice President of Engineering and will assume his new role immediately. His expertise will be instrumental in managing Atomic-6’s facility operations, process optimization and employees.
Pizzuto earned a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Georgia Tech University. He most recently co-founded NSPIRE Aviation, a flight school at Dekalb- Peachtree Airport that is successfully operating today. He also owned and operated ACME Fuels, a Fixed Base Operator at KPDK Airport.
“Russell is one of those rare individuals that embraces challenging obstacles and thrives on the opportunity to solve or improve a problem. When you apply his passion, enthusiasm, and industry-leading engineering expertise to composites, anything is possible. The sky is the limit (literally) on the positive impact Russell will make at Atomic-6 and in the composites industry,” said Trevor Smith, President and CEO of Atomic-6.
“I am honored to join the incredible team at Atomic-6 and work shoulder to shoulder to revolutionize the composite world. The applications for our proprietary process are endless and my engineering brain cannot wait to dive in and see where we take things from here,” said newly appointed Vice President of Engineering, Russell Pizzuto.
Atomic-6 is an advanced composite manufacturing startup. Our proprietary process brings composites to the next stages of innovation; creating highly customizable products that are stronger, lighter, and produced faster than ever before. Atomic-6 is committed to bringing next-generation composites to the forefront of Space, Aerospace, Defense and Logistics.