Boksa Marine Design Hires Jeffrey Kuenning

Press Release
Friday, January 18, 2013

Boksa Marine Design, Inc. is pleased to announce its recent hire of Jeffrey Kuenning, who will join the Boksa Marine Design team as a naval architect and marine engineer working in the Lithia, FL office. Kuenning will have an immediate impact on the development of a variety of custom yacht and commercial marine design projects for the company.


Kuenning comes to Boksa Marine Design with 10 years of experience developing a broad range of marine design expertise including structural and mechanical design, stability analysis and engineering project management.
 

Most recently employed at Northeast Technical Services Co., Inc. (Netsco) in the Tampa office, Kuenning also worked at Marine Industries Northwest, Zimmerman Boatworks and Gilbert Associates as well as with Boksa Marine Design in 2008. Kuenning graduated from the University of Michigan in 2003 with a B.S.E in Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering.


“We’re excited to have Jeff working with us again,” said Nick Boksa, president of Boksa Marine Design. “His addition, along with the experience of the other naval architects and engineers we have on staff, will help us continue providing the quality, range and depth of services that our clients have come to expect from us.”
 

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