ASTM Standards Committee On Shipbuilding To Meet In Seattle In November

The Seattle Hilton is the site for the November 29 to December 1, 1983, meeting of ASTM Committee F-25 on Shipbuilding. The committee's various subcommittees are currently processing hundreds of shipbuilding industry standards. Included is an initial group of Navy MIL-SPECS and Standard Drawings which are can- didates for conversion to ASTM industry standards under a new Navy Document Conversion Program being undertaken as a joint effort between SNAME Panel SP-6 and the other SNAME technical panels and ASTM Committee F-25.

ASTM F-25 is composed of professionals from all sectors of the marine industry including shipyards, government and regulatory agencies, design aspects and suppliers. It is part of the National Shipbuilding Standards Program which is dedicated to improving the competitive capability of LT.S.

shipyards through the development of shipbuilding industry standards.

Anyone who has an interest in the Shipbuilding Standards Program and who is willing to participate is invited to attend the meeting. For further information contact William F. Hulse, ASTM F-25 Staff Manager, ASTM, 1916 Race Street, Philadelphia, Pa.

19103. Telephone (215) 299-5507 or James E. DeMartini, Secretary of ASTM F-25, c/o Bath Iron Works Corp., 700 Washington Avenue, Bath, Maine 04530. Tel.

(207) 443-3311, Ex. 2157.

Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 49,  Nov 1983

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