Ranson Joins Elliott Bay Design Group

Tuesday, October 22, 2002
Mark Ranson has joined Elliott Bay Design Group, bringing with him thirty years of experience in structural design and lofting for the marine industry. His work history includes lofting for new builds and repairs, and eventually led to his specialization in the computer modeling of ship structures. With this focus, Ranson has worked on large self-unloading bulk carriers, offshore support vessels, research vessels, submarines, tugs, and workboats. Ranson has a Bachelor of Science degree in Industrial Technology-Product Development from the University of Wisconsin. He is currently working on the structural design of a new landing craft and is providing assistance with numerous ongoing lofting projects.
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