New Director of Engineering for Foss

Posted by Eric Haun
Thursday, March 27, 2014
Michael Minnig

Foss Maritime announced that Michael Minnig has been promoted to Director of Engineering.

Minnig joined Foss in 2012 with more than 15 years of naval architecture experience in vessel design, shipyard construction support, and project management. He has a background in vessel stability assessment, structural engineering including finite element analysis and 3-D modeling.

"Michael brings strong technical skills coupled with extensive industry experience to his new position, " said Mike Magill, Vice President of Technical Services for Foss, who made the announcement. "Michael's been a key part of our team and this promotion is well deserved."

Minnig has previously worked for Washington State Ferries, Guido Perla & Associates, Elliott Bay Design Group, and Ingalls Shipbuilding. He is a registered Professional Engineer -Mechanical Engineering- in the state of Washington. Mike graduated with a Masters in Ocean Engineering from Virginia Polytechnic and State University and a Bacelors in Maritime Systems Engineering from Texas A&M University.

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