Giannotti Firm Awarded Mexican Navy Contract For Engineering Services

The Office of Naval Construction and Repairs of the Mexican Navy recently awarded a contract to Giannotti & Associates International, Inc. of Houston for naval architecture, marine engineering, comto turn your ship around in a hurry.

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Initial requirements under the basic ordering agreement are to provide on-site engineering and testing support to the new Aguila Class ship design and construction program. A six-month model testing program for this project has been subcontracted by Giannotti to Hydronautics, Inc. of Laurel, Md.

On-site project support to the Mexican Navy is being provided by the firm's Mexican affiliate, Giannotti y Asociados International, S.A.

de C.V., headquartered in Mexico City and managed by Marcos R.

Orunda, vice president.

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