Coast Guard Marine Safety Center Visits Shearer Group

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Friday, March 07, 2014
Pictured above are, from left to right, Mike Capitain, Naval Architect, Cdr. Gooding, Jackie Ellis, Designer, Capt.. Nadeau, Ed Shearer, Principal Naval Architect, Christian Olavesen, Naval Architect and Ron Sikora, Senior Designer. Not pictured was Joshua Sebastian, Engineering Manager and Jo Ann Pitzer, Office manager.

Capt. John Nadeau, Commanding Officer, and Cdr. Peter Gooding, Chief, Engineering Division, with the Coast Guard Marine Safety Center visited The Shearer Group, Inc. (TSGI) at their offices in Seabrook, Texas. It was a cordial visit to discuss new options to improve, review and approve submittals.

Capt. Nadeau said, “The Shearer Group is one of only a very few firms submitting the largest amount of information to their Tank Vessel and Offshore Division.”

The Shearer Group, Inc. provides naval architecture, marine engineering, marine surveying and professional engineering services to the inland service marine industry. Their designs have been used to produce more than 3,000 dry and liquid cargo barges, towboats, dry docks, crane barges and floating facilities.  For additional information please visit our website.

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