EBDG Hires Two New Marine Engineers

Posted by Eric Haun
Monday, April 14, 2014

EBDG proudly welcomes two new Marine Engineers to its team: Nick Bannon to its Seattle office and John T.D. Lair to its New Orleans office.

Nick Bannon comes to EBDG with eight years of industry experience including extensive knowledge of coast guard regulations, marine systems and small business practices. He earned a bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering from University of Washington, Seattle, and is a member of SNAME.

John T.D. Lairhas over 34 years of engineering experience encompassing system design, machinery design and field engineering with hands-on experience in piping and outfitting hull groups. He holds a master's degree in engineering and is a licensed professional engineer.

EBDG Vice President of Engineering, Brian King, said, "We've made a strategic commitment to grow this company in 2014 and beyond, and Nick and John are just the type of mission-driven hires with the right mix of skills that will enable us to continue expanding and innovating in ways that serve our customers best."

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