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ENGINEERING NEWS (USPS 016-750)
No. 24 Volume 43
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Hudship's First 185' Supply
Vessel Delivered to
Post Conference Report 89th SNAME Annual Meeting
Award $2.7 Million Repair
Contract To Todd Yard
For Dredge Overhaul
The U.S. Army Corps of Engi- neers, New Orleans District, has awarded a $2,781,904 contract to
Todd Shipyards Corp., Galveston,
Texas, for drydocking and repair- ing the Corps' dredge Langfitt.
The Corps uses the vessel princi- pally on the Mississippi River channel, the Mississippi River-
Gulf Outlet, and the Calcasieu
Bar Channel to maintain a deep- draft navigation channel for oceangoing vessels.
Veliotis Takes New Post
With General Dynamics
P. Takis Veliotis has been des- ignated executive vice president- marine and international opera- tions of General Dynamics Corp., according to a recent announce- ment by David S. Lewis, chair- man and chief executive officer.
The post, according to Mr. Lewis, is a new one that includes re- sponsibility for the organization's shipbuilding and major corpora- tive expansion.
Mr. Veliotis, who joined Gen- eral Dynamics in 1973 as presi- dent and general manager of the company's Quincy Shipbuilding
Division, has most recently been general manager of the Electric
Boat Division. He will be suc- ceeded as general manager at
Electric Boat by Fritz G. Tovar, who has been general manager of Electric Boat's Quonset Point,
R.I., facility. Mr. Tovar will be succeeded by William W. Bennet who has been assistant general manager at Quonset Point. 107 EAST 31st STREET
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Design water line 10'
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