Webb, Christopher Join Robert Allan Ltd.

Wednesday, December 10, 2008

Robert Allan Ltd. announced the recent appointment of two senior staff members.

Roland (Rollie) Webb has been appointed as Manager, New Construction. Webb comes to Robert Allan Ltd. with many years of shipbuilding and management experience across Canada and in the United States. From 1993 to 2003, Web was President of Todd Pacific Shipyard Corporation, Seattle, WA, and most recently was President, Shipyards at Washington Marine Group, Vancouver, BC. Webb will be responsible for the overall management of our numerous new vessel construction projects around the world.

David H. Christopher has been appointed as Senior Marine Engineer/Chief Engineer. Christopher has more than 26 years experience as both a sea-going Chief Engineer Officer, and as a New Construction / Conversion Superintendent, on a wide variety of projects including ocean going ships, seismic survey, AHTS, and other offshore support vessels. His offshore vessel experience includes DP dive support, Anchor-handling, towing, and PSV operations in numerous locations around the world. Christopher's responsibilities at Robert Allan Ltd. will include guiding the design development of major tugs, AHTS, and supply vessel designs developed by Robert Allan Ltd., as well as supporting the construction supervision teams.

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