ORBA Corporation has announced that Edward R. Robertson has been promoted to the position of director of engineering and construction. In his new position, Mr. Robertson will be responsible for ORBA's engineering and construction activities. Mr.
Lester Rosenblatt, chairman of M. Rosenblatt & Son, Inc., naval architects and marine engineers with headquarters in New York City, has announced the recent promotions of two long-time key employees to vice presidential positions. Carmine Laviola,
Murray Burns has been named manager, process engineering, in charge of the mechanical and electrical engineering services of the Houston, Texas, office of Petro-Marine Engineering, Inc., according to John W. Owensby, president. The Gretna, La.
Richard E. Bowe, chairman of the board and president of Ellicott Machine Corporation, and Charles D. Little, president of Ellicott Machine Corporation International, have announced the following three promotions and one hiring at Ellicott's Dredge Division.
Misener Industries, Inc., Tampa, Fla., has just published a new brochure describing its facilities. The four-color illustrated brochure gives a short background with photos of key personnel at the shipyard, along with a description of the various operations performed by the yard.
John J. McMullen Associates, Inc. (JJMA), naval architects, marine engineers and consultantants, has announced the opening of its newest office at 12 Case Street in Norwich, Conn. This office will operate in conjunction with JJMA's detail design office in Newport News, Va.
Elliott Dubuisson has been appointed assistant manager-Central Offshore Engineering, effective i m m e d i a t e l y , it was announced recently by Robert C. Shields, vice president in charge of Producing-East for Texaco U.S.A. In his new assignment, Mr.
Joseph Maurelli, chairman and president of Techmatics, Inc., has appointed Walter S. Szczypinski as vice president of the engineering services company located in Arlington, Va. He joined the firm after 25 years of commissioned service in the U.
Young engineers, designers and researchers from the U.S., Canada, and Mexico received $9,500 in prizes recently at Windows on the World in New York. The formal dinner concluded the first biennial Henry R. Worthington North American Technical Awards Contest,
The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers has announced that a second symposium on propellers is being planned by Panel M-16 (Modernization of Propulsion Shaft System) of the Society's Technical and Research Program. The symposium is planned for either June 7 and 8,