naval architecture

Old Cruise Ships: Save 'em or Scrap 'em?

It was a Memorial Day Weekend tragedy onboard the famed 50-year old S.S. Norway, when an explosion rocked 2,000 passengers from their bunks, an accident which killed eight and injured 22. While thoughts immediately turned to terrorism, reports indicate

 

92nd SNAME Annual Meeting Third International Maritime Exposition

The 92nd Annual Meeting and Third International Maritime Exposition of The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers will be held November 7-10,1984, at the New York Hilton Hotel. The exposition, with more exhibitors than ever before and a larger number of firms from overseas,

Whitehall Club Elects J.J. Henry President

James J. Henry has been elected president of the Whitehall Club at 17 Battery Place, New York, N.Y., to serve the 1976-77 term. Mr. Henry has served as a governor of the club for the past 15 years, two of those years as second vice president and

Edward Campbell Named To Board Of Trustees At Webb Institute

Webb Institute of Naval Architecture, the oldest four-year naval architecture undergraduate institution in the U.S., announced recently that Edward Campbell has been elected a trustee. Frank J. Graziano, chairman of the board of trustees, stated

N.A. DiRenzo To Head New Philadelphia Office Of Designers & Planners

Designers & Planners, Inc., a naval architecture and marine engineering firm with offices in Washington, D.C., and Galveston, Texas, is establishing a Philadelphia Area office. It will provide services to Philadelphia naval activities and other

Todd Names Schaefer Assistant General Manager Los Angeles Shipyard

Todd Shipyards Corporation, in a move to further strengthen its management at the Los Angeles Division, announced the appointment of Hans K. Schaefer as assistant general manager of that division. Mr. Schaefer was previously assistant general managerproduction of the Seattle Division.

Scottish Offshore Opens Texas Office

The Scottish Offshore Partnership (SCOPA) has announced the formal opening of its office in Houston, Texas. This significant action by a British group of consulting engineers requires explanation. SCOPA has been set up with its headquarters in Glasgow,

Newport News Announces Management Restructuring

Edward J. Campbell, president and chief exceutive officer of Newport News Shipbuilding, Newport News, Va., recently announced a significant restructuring of the shipyard's top management. William R. (Pat) Phillips Jr., a 39-year employee of the shipyard and executive vice president,

Two Naval Architects Join Waller & Assoc.

Frank van Bentem and Michael Pepper have recently joined the naval architectural company of Waller & Associates, Inc., Houston, Texas. Mr. van Bentem, vice president, has spent many years in the shipbuilding and marine consulting industry along the U.

Kawasaki Endows M.l.T. Research Fund With Gift Of $200,000

Kawasaki Heavy I n d u s t r i e s , Ltd., a major Japanese firm, has agreed to endow a research fund at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology with a gift of $200,000. Kawasaki Heavy Industries is a machinery manufacturer whose principal business lines are ships,

 
 
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