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PEOPLE & COMPANY NEWS JaenichenLaRoseWaterhouse Bollinger Adds Barker to Sales Team Bollinger Shipyards, Inc. has an- nounced the addition of Brent Bark- er as Sales Representative for its ten shipyards and support services. Barker holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Nicholls State University n Agri- culture Business. Jaenichen Nominated to be Permanent Marad Chief President Obama has announced his intent to nominate Captain Paul Nathan Jaenichen, Sr., USN (Ret) as Administrator of the Maritime Ad- ministration, Department of Trans- portation. Jaenichen has been Acting Administrator since David Matsuda?s departure and currently serves as the Acting Administrator and as the Dep- uty Administrator of the Maritime Administration (MARAD) at the De- partment of Transportation. He was a career naval of cer, retiring after serv- ing 30 years as a nuclear trained Sub- marine Of cer in the United States Navy. His  nal assignment was Dep- uty Chief of Legislative Affairs for the Department of the Navy from 2010 to 2012. He received a B.S. from the U.S. Naval Academy in Ocean Engineering and a M.S. from Old Dominion Uni- versity in Engineering Management. EBDG Grows Presence in Key Markets Elliott Bay Design Group (EBDG) recently acquired new talent for both of its locations. Naval Architects Mi- chael LaRose and Samuel Waterhouse hold Bachelor of Science degrees in Naval Architecture and Marine Engi- neering from the Webb Institute and completed internships with EBDG. They will be working out of the com- pany?s Seattle headquarters. Marine Designer Joseph Dupont and Naval Architect Luisa Malabet are graduates of the University of New Orleans, and will be working out of EBDG?s Gulf Coast of ce in New Orleans. EBDG has added approximately two new staff members per month since May, con- tinuing a record of steady expansion. Director Brian Salerno Sworn in at BSEE Brian Salerno was sworn in on Au- gust 26 as the Director of the Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforce- ment. Salerno retired as a Vice Admi- ral in the U.S. Coast Guard in 2012, after more than 36 years of active duty service. He is the third Director in BSEE?s history, following James Wat- son and Michael Bromwich. Imtech Appoints Marine Managing Director Imtech Marine has announced that Capt. Eric Clarke has been appointed as Managing Director of lmtech Ma- rine USA. After 10 years at sea, and prior to joining Imtech, Eric held the position of Vice President Americas at RightShip. Capt. Clarke also headed the Seafarer?s Documentation and Certi cation Dept. of the Liberian  ag and was an adviser at the Interna- tional Maritime organization (IMO). BarkerJensen?s new team members include Brig Henry, marine en- gineer; Jean Hays, manager, ac- counting; Jonathan Smith, direc- tor, new construction; Thomas Gurnik, senior naval architect; George Hafferty, electrical en- gineer; Paul Robles and Jeffery Martel, naval architects; and Lisa Vogt, administrator. Since Au- gust 2012, Jensen has hired in total more than 25 engineers, architects and other specialists in all three company locations, Seat- tle (headquarters), New Orleans and Jacksonville. Jensen Maritime Adds Eight New EmployeesHaffertyHenryRoblesGurnickVogt MartelOctober 201352 MNMN October2013 Layout 50-58.indd 52MN October2013 Layout 50-58.indd 529/30/2013 11:39:14 AM9/30/2013 11:39:14 AM

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