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R.A. Stern To Provide Detail Design For Self-Unloading Cement Barge

R.A. Stern (RAS), naval architects and marine engineers of Sturgeon Bay, Wis., a division of John J. McMullen Associates, Inc., has been awarded a contract from Bay Shipbuilding Corp., of Sturgeon Bay, to provide design and engineering services in support of the construction of a self-unloading cement barge.

The barge, which will operate on the Great Lakes, will measure 460 ft. by 70 ft. by 37 ft. (140 m by 21.3 m by 11.3 m), and will have a capacity of 14,000 tons. The contract involves the preparation of all construction drawings and associated calculations and analysis. RAS will also provide NC lofting support that includes parts generation and nesting of steel parts.

The barge will be delivered in summer 1996.

R.A. Stern is a full-service naval architectural firm, servicing commercial and government clients, both U.S. and foreign. For more information on R.A. Stern Circle 31 on Reader Service Card




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