New Additions to EBDG's Gulf Coast Office

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Thursday, June 06, 2013

Elliott Bay Design Group (EBDG) added two employees to its Gulf Coast Office: Ron Dunning and Joseph Hudson.

Ron Dunning joins EBDG from Virginia Beach, Va. with more than 35 years' experience in structural design. His broad-ranging design experience encompasses everything from military vessels to offshore vessels operating in the Gulf of Mexico. He has worked in design firms and shipyards around the country including Northrop Grumman, AMSEC, NASCO and Gibbs & Cox, to name a few.

Joseph Hudson comes to EBDG from Springfield, La. Hudson's more than five years' of marine design experience includes extensive expertise using ShipContructor software. Hudson honed his design skills at C Fly Marine, Precision Combustion Technology (PCT) and Hargrove Engineers & Constructors.

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