5009 West W.T. Harris Blvd.
Northridge Business Center, Suite A
Charlotte, NC 28269
Office: (704) 523-2520
Tony Catalfomo, M.S.E.E., P.E.
President/CEO and Consulting Engineer
EDT ENGINEERS, P.C.
Engineering services in New York and North Carolina provided through the associated firm, EDT Engineers, P.C.
Mr. Catalfomo provides consultation in the areas of electrical engineering, with an emphasis in industrial power systems, industrial controls, building management systems, data centers and renewable energy. His expertise includes power quality and harmonics, NEC and NFPA compliance, instrumentation and controls, drive systems, circuit protection, and rotating machinery. Services include electrical failure analysis, scope of damage, and repair/replacement analysis.
Prior to re-joining the firm in 2015, Mr. Catalfomo spent 26 years in manufacturing management and engineering, providing engineering services and technical support pertaining to the design, installation, or replacement of industrial power distribution and automated control systems for manufacturing facilities servicing the chemicals and plastics industry. He also spent several years as a facilities engineer with a focus on building utility systems and preventive/predictive maintenance programs. In 2007, he earned a Master of Science Degree in Electrical Engineering from Worcester Polytechnic Institute with a focus in Power Quality and Power Electronic Simulation.
In 2022, Mr. Catalfomo became President/CEO of Engineering Design and Testing Corporation with the goal of guiding ED&T into the future to address new and emerging markets in the world of Forensic Engineering. His engineering and management experience will ensure ED&T has the resources to address the unique challenges in the industry.
In his spare time, Mr. Catalfomo enjoys spending time with family, cycling, and mentoring and coaching youth in his community.
He is licensed as a professional engineer in Alabama, Connecticut, Florida, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Michigan, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, and West Virginia.