McDermott Incorporated Promotes Four To « Vice President Posts
J.E. Cunningham, chairman of the board and chief executive officer of McDermott Incorporated, has announced the election of four additional vice presidents.
Anton Salem has been elected vice president and administrative assistant to the chief executive officer. He joined Bailey Controls Company, a division of Babcock & Wilcox, a McDermott company, in 1974 as vice president of international operations, a position he has held until being named to his present office.
Alexander H. Cortese has been elected vice president and general manager, Fabrication Divisions, McDermott Marine Construction. He is in charge of the Bayou Boeuf and Bayou Black fabrica- tion yards. He joined McDermott in 1969 as a structural engineer. In 1974, he became chief engineer of the Offshore Division and in 1978, manager of the Western Division. From mid-1978 until the beginning of 1980, he managed the Offshore Division. He served as manager of the Fabricators Division from that time until June 1, 1981, when he was named senior manager of the Fabrication Divisions.
Francisco J. San Miguel has been elected vice president and general manager with responsibility for the Morgan City, La., and Gulfport, Miss., shipyards, McDermott Marine Construction. He joined McDermott in 1964 as a naval architect. In 1974, he became division manager of the Morgan City Shipyard and in 1980, senior division manager of the Morgan City and Gulfport Shipyards.
Edward S. Gaffney has been named vice president and general manager, Nuclear Equipment Division, Babcock & Wilcox. He joined B&W in 1967. In 1976, he was named manager of quality assurance for the Nuclear Equipment Division and in 1978, manufacturing manager for the Industrial & Marine Division. He became general manager and division head of the Nuclear Equipment Division in 1980.