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Acquisition By New Owners
The Philadelphia area based firm of Scientific Management
Associates, Inc. (SMA) was ac- quired recently by two Washing- ton, D.C., businessmen, George
W. Glatis and Louis T. Donatelli, who plan to move the headquar- ters to the Washington metro- politan area. Mr. Glatis is the former chairman of the board of Wheeler Industries, Inc. Mr.
Donatelli has an extensive back- ground in investment banking and real estate investment.
SMA is a multibillion-dollar in- ternational engineering corpora- tion with offices in Washington,
D.C., New Jersey, Maryland, and
Virginia, and a subsidiary in Aus- tralia. SMA was founded in 1964 to provide naval engineering, ma- rine system design and project support services to governments and industries throughout the free world.
Under the new management,
Mr. Glatis has assumed the posi- tion of president and chief exec- on *
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Planning Systems Awarded $4.6-Million Engineering
Planning Systems Incorporated,
McLean, Va., has been awarded a $4,680,057 cost-plus-fixed-fee, level-of-effort, indefinite quantity, delivery order type contract for engineering and scientific sup- port in the areas of ship acous- tics, acoustic intelligence, collec- tion systems, sonar calibration, sonar performance, sonar self- noise, tuba, computer-assisted post-processing, acoustical sig- nal processing and at-sea exper- imental design. David W. Taylor
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Advanced Marine Appoints
New Division Manager
Karl H. Farber
Advanced Marine Enterprises,
Inc., a marine engineering and naval architectural firm head- quartered in Washington, D.C., recently announced the appoint- ment of Karl H. Farber to head its Systems Engineering Division.
Mr. Farber, a retired naval of- ficer, brings to the company nearly 30 years of experience in the design, acquisition, and con- struction of naval and commer- cial ships.
Advanced Marine's Washington
Division, under the direction of
John J. Nachtsheim, who recent- ly completed a two-year appoint- ment as president of The Society of Naval Architects and Marine
Engineers, welcomed Mr. Farber to their team of professionals.
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