David H. Green has been elected executive vice president of Savannah Machine and Shipyard Co., Lathrop Avenue, Savannah, Ga.
31402, according to an announcement by Robert F. Sherman, president.
Mr. Green is a graduate of Fort Trumbull Maritime School and the Johns Hopkins University. He is a licensed chief engineer and sailed in this capacity for several years.
Formerly as estimator and negotiator with the Maryland Shipbuilding & Drydock Co., Mr.
Green operated his own consulting firm in the early 1950s and conducted business internationally during which time he was certified as the classification surveyor in the Baltimore, Md., area for several international regulatory agencies. He joined the American Coal Shipping Co. of New York as marine superintendent, and advanced to operating manager before joining the United States Salvage Association.
In 1964, Mr. Green became technical assistant to the general manager of the Bethlehem Steel Corporation's Baltimore Yard.
Later, he was appointed assistant manager of contracts for the Bethlehem Steel Corporation in the Baltimore area, and subsequently was promoted to manager of contract administration in Bethlehem Steel Corporation's Shipbuilding Division on the vice president's staff.
He is a member of The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, Society of Marine Port Engineers, National Contract Management Association, Navy League of the United States, The Propeller Club, and the Shipbuilders Council of America as a member of the Repair Committee.
Bethlehem Steel Corporation, Bethlehem, Pa., recently announced it has completed the sale of two of its Great Lakes ore vessels, the Lewis Wilson Foy and the Sparrows Point, to Oglebay Norton Company, a Cleveland, Ohio-based raw materials and Great Lakes marine transportation company. The Foy
. The sponsor was Thomas J. Young of the United States Lines. In his paper, Mr. Hitzrot summarizes the findings of a number of Bethlehem Steel Corporation research projects on the surface preparation of steel by abrasive blast cleaning in the construction, shipbuilding and ship repair industrie
Bethlehem International Engineering Corporation BIEC, a subsidiary of Bethlehem Steel Corporation, has signed a licensing agreement with DLI Engineering Corporation of Bainbridge Island, Wash., providing DLI with the technology for a Bethlehem-developed vibration measurement and analysis system.
Steamship Company's M/V Belle River. The ship was christened by Mrs. Lewis Wilson Foy, wife of the chairman/chief executive officer of Bethlehem Steel Corporation, after whom the vessel was named. Mrs. F. Arnold Heller and Mrs. Joseph W. Karaman, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Foy, acted as matrons-of-honor
The promotion, effective February 1, of Julien H. LeCompte to general manager, Great Lakes Steamship Division of Bethlehem Steel Corporation, was announced recently by William A. Rouse, vice president, t r a n s p o r t a t i o n. Mr. LeCompte is succeeding Roy F. Dobson, who retired following more
born and educated on Staten Island, N.Y., and attended Wagner College and Rutgers University. After serving his ship repair apprenticeship at Bethlehem Steel Corporation, he worked for Foster Engineering Corp. For the past 23 years, Mr. Massa has been with Coastal Dry Dock & Repair Corporation
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The Sparrows Point Shipyard of Bethlehem Steel Corporation has been awarded a major contract for the repair of the S.S. Energy Independence, according to David Watson, general manager. The 666-foot-long coal carrier, owned by the New England Collier Company in Philadelphia, Pa., entered the yard
The appointment of Kenneth K. George to operations comptroller, shipbuilding division, in Bethlehem Steel Corporation's accounting department, has been announced by Dirck W. Armitage, assistant comptroller, operations accounting. Mr. George is advancing from shipyard comptroller of the Sparrows
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