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Contract Awarded To
SeaTec International Ltd. has signed a lump-sum underwater construction contract for $2,983, 500 with the Puerto Rico Aqua- duct and Sewer Authority.
They will construct the outfall on the rugged north coast of
Puerto Rico some 60 miles west of San Juan.
SeaTec will lay the 24-inch- diameter ductile iron pipeline 2,000 feet out to sea to a Tee- connection secured by a 30-ton precast concrete thrust block in 60 feet of water. Here, SeaTec will install a 250-foot difuser sys- tem parallel to the beach, sup- ported on precast concrete piers set on the ocean bottom.
The surf-zone section of the line will be laid from a trestle and the balance of the line from
SeaTec's new oceangoing barge, the SeaTec Sentinel.
Pan-Carbide Marine, a Puerto
Rican marine engineering firm, and D'Angelo Schoenewaldt and
Associates, Inc. of New York, specializing in offshore construc- tion will supply consulting serv- ices.
SeaTec International Ltd. per- forms high-risk marine and un- derwater construction work and maintains offices in Houston, Tex- as, Great Yarmouth, U.K., New
York, N.Y., Gloucester, Mass.,
Santurce, Puerto Rico, St. John's,
Newfoundland, Cairo, Egypt,
Singapore, and Mexico City.
S.P. Marchant Named
Assistant General Sales
Manager For Paceco
Stephen P. Marchant
Stephen P. Marchant was re- cently appointed assistant gener- al sales manager for Paceco, Inc. of Alameda, Calif., a subsidiary of Fruehauf Corporation. The an- nouncement was made by Meryl
Stratton, general sales manager of one of the world's largest man- ufacturers of container-handling cranes.
Mr. Marchant will develop a re- cruitment and training program for inside sales engineers at Pa- ceco's new world headquarters at
Gulfport, Miss. Prior to coming to Paceco, he was self-employed in sales, and had extensive expe- rience with several divisions of the Koehring Company in various positions, including sales training manager and district sales man- ager.
Awards Contract To
SPAR Associates, Inc. of An- napolis, Md., has been awarded a contract to provide production scheduling services for Colling- wood Shipyards, Ltd., Colling- wood, Ontario, Canada. The proj- ect includes developing detail manpower requirements for the construction of two 730-foot bulk carriers and three 730-foot self- unloader ships.
Collingwood, one of five ship- yards in the United States and
Canada using SPAR's planning and cost/schedule control systems, will be using the WORK-PAC and
PERT-PAC systems on a contin- uous basis throughout the con- struction of these vessels.
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A subsidiary of Ogden Corporation. 50 Maritime Reporter/Engineering News