Global Diving & Salvage Appoint Salvage Engineer

Press Release
Wednesday, November 07, 2012
Andy Lawrence: Photo credit Global Salvage & Diving

Andrew Lawrence takes up the appointment based at corporate HQ in Seattle, Washington.

As part of the Marine Casualty Response Service Line, Andrew Lawrence will develop salvage plans, provide detailed engineering support, and assist with project management during emergency and routine operations.
 
Mr. Lawrence served as a Coast Guard officer for eight years, including 5 years at the Coast Guard’s premiere engineering office, the Marine Safety Center. At the Marine Safety Center, he served on the Salvage Engineering Response Team, providing rapid engineering support to Coast Guard field units in response to vessel casualties throughout the United States.

Mr. Lawrence has a broad range of ship construction knowledge gained by reviewing hundreds of ship designs for stability and structural safety.
 
Global Diving and Salvage is pleased to have Andy as a part of the team and provide in-house salvage engineering expertise to the Marine Casualty Division,” states David DeVilbiss, V.P. Marine Casualty Response Service Line. “Global is now able to extend the level of service we can offer our customers, further providing custom solutions to the most difficult of situations.”
 
 

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