EBDG Adds Staff

Thursday, December 22, 2011
Monzingo
Elliott Bay Design Group (EBDG) said that Darren Monzingo has re-joined Elliott Bay Design Group.  Darren first joined EBDG in 2003, bringing marine engineering experience in both the military and commercial marine  sectors.  He works out of Tampa, Florida in support of projects for EBDG's Seattle and New Orleans offices, where he is responsible for developing concept and contract designs, feasibility studies and cost analyses for new vessel construction and existing vessel modifications. EBDG said that James Jennings has earned status as a professional engineer.  James joined EBDG in 2006 bringing additional support to the growing Finite Element Analysis (FEA) team.  In addition to FEA, he has  expertise in structural and mechanical systems designs for a variety of vessel types as well as in-depth knowledge of ABS rules and regulations.  
 
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