Elliott Bay Design Group Adds Staff

Wednesday, October 20, 2010
Photos courtesy EBDG

Elliott Bay Design Group (EBDG) announced three additions to its team:

In EBDG's Seattle office naval architect Nick Barczak joined the team, bringing three years of experience in naval architecture.  Barczak's technical skills range from drafting, to CFD and FEA analyses, wind tunnel and towing tank testing to basic naval architecture.

Naval architect David Turner joins EBDG's New Orleans office bringing over 12 years experience.  He has extensive experience with a variety of vessel types including ferries, barges, research vessels, aluminum crewboats and offshore vessels.  He has worked with operators and shipyards across the country and overseas.

Also joining the New Orleans team is structural designer Anthony Rhoda, who brings 10 years of professional drafting experience.  Rhoda is proficient in 2D and 3D AutoCAD, ShipConstructor, and Rhino.
 

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