EBDG Hires Marine Engineer Eubank

By Eric Haun
Monday, June 30, 2014
David Eubank (Photo courtesy of EBDG)

Naval Architect and Marine Engineer firm Elliott Bay Design Group (EBDG) has hired Marine Engineer David Eubank.

Eubank joins EBDG with more than two decades of industry experience and a varied background that includes the design and project management of military, passenger and offshore vessels.  Eubank has worked on projects ranging from preparing sales proposals for multimillion dollar international contracts to leading design and engineering teams in the development of floatation products for drilling modules. 

Eubank is Professional Engineer and earned his BS in Mechanical Engineering and Applied Sciences as well as a MBA from the University of Rhode Island. 

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