EBDG’s Turner, Wood Earn PMP Designation

Posted by Eric Haun
Monday, April 21, 2014
David Turner (left) and Mike Wood. Courtesy EBDG

Elliott Bay Design Group (EBDG), a provider of architectural and engineering services to the marine industry with offices in Seattle, New Orleans and Ketchikan, announced that David Turner and Mike Wood have earned the Project Management Professional (PMP) designation.

David Turner joined Elliott Bay Design Group in August 2010 bringing over 12 years of naval architecture experience to his role. Turner is well versed in applying ABS standards and other regulatory requirements in his structural designs with experience encompassing an array of vessel types from crew boats to research and survey vessels. Heholds a BS in Mechanical Engineering from the University of North Florida.

Mike Wood joined Elliott Bay Design Group in May 2012 and has more than 13 years of experience in both shipyard production engineering and design. His extensive background encompasses structural design, onsite owner representation and production engineering. Wood earned his Bachelor's of Science Degree in Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering from the University of New Orleans and is a registered professional engineer.

The PMP is issued by the Project Management Institute as an industry-recognized certification that demonstrates the competency, education and experience required to lead projects successfully within the constraints of resources, time and budget.

EBDG supports the PMP professional development of its staff and understands how each achievement attained helps us to grow stronger as a company. By investing in the skills of our team, we become that much more effective at delivering quality service to our clients. Please join us in congratulating Steve on the achievement of this important professional milestone.

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