The last meeting of the 1976-77 program year for the San Diego Section of The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers was held on April 20, 1977, at which time the Section's past chairmen were honored. During the business meeting, the results of the elections were announced.
Edward J. Campbell, president and chief executive officer of Newport News Shipbuilding, Newport News, Va., recently announced five executive appointments which became effective on January 1. The appointments were: William P. Fricks, formerly vice president,
A non-slip safety coating for ships and offshore rigs is available from American Abrasive Metals of Irvington, N.J. Called Epoxo, the abrasive coating helps protect personnel and equipment from accidents caused by slips and falls. Originally developed for use by the U.
Frank Kuntz introduced the new officers of the Los Angeles Metropolitan Section of The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers at their opening meeting for the new season. He takes his place with them as Chairman of the Section. William A.
Frank L. Anastasio Jr. has been elected president of Marine Concrete Structures, Inc. The New O r l e a n s - b a s e d company is the largest builder in the United States of precast, prestressed concrete gravity structures used in the offshore oil and gas industry.
Robert L. Witt, engineering manager of the Fluid Control Division of FMC Corporation, 10516 Old Katy Road, Houston, Texas 77024, announced that William A. Gill has been named offshore engineering manager. In this newly created position, Mr. Gill's
Alan C. McClure Associates, Inc. of Houston, naval architects and engineers, specializing in consultation work for a range of offshore and marine transportation related activities, has announced that Fred E. Shumaker has joined the firm as vice president.
A new non-slip coating, proven in use by the U.S. Navy, is now available as original safety equipment for new or existing ships and offshore rigs, regardless of age. The safety coating is manufactured and marketed by American Abrasive Metals Co.
Representatives f r om major classification societies and Federal agencies will review current and proposed rules and regulations related to marine/offshore operations at a seminar in Houston, Texas, September 15-16, 1977. The two-day seminar
L i t e r a t u r e A v a i l a b l e On M a r i n e A n d O f f s h o re H y d r a u l i c Equipment
Paul-Munroe Hydraulics, Inc., Orange, Calif., has available a new brochure describing the capabilities of its Marine & Offshore Division. The 8-page bulletin features a wide range of specialized hydraulic equipment available to the offshore and marine industries.