EBDG Persues New Orleans Operations

Posted by Eric Haun
Monday, November 18, 2013

In response to increased demand for maritime services in the region, Elliott Bay Design Group (EBDG),a naval architecture and marine engineering firm, is currently expanding its Gulf Coast operations to accommodate a staff of 20 by 2014.  

“We're seeking naval architects, marine engineers and designers of all disciplines," stated EBDG Gulf Coast General Manager, Keith Keller. 

Driving the expansion is a growing client list and brisk demand for the firm's long-standing expertise with vessel design, production support and lofting systems modeling. Increasing its staffing capacity enables EBDG to continue providing its clients with the best support possible at every stage of vessel design, construction support and regulatory liaison processes.

Since reopening its Gulf Coast Office in 2012, EBDG has garnered much attention for its exemplary OSV work on the Gulf Coast, attracting a steady flow of clients and projects both nationally and internationally, and the demand continues.

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