Maggie L Merrill

  • As part of an effort by the Massachusetts Water Resources Authority (MWRA) to rejuvenate Boston Harbor, the Quincy shipyard, renamed the Fore River Staging Area, will be the site of a $6.1-billion redevelopment project.

    In 1987 the MWRA purchased the 180-acre Fore River shipyard from General Dynamics, who operated the facility after acquiring it from Bethlehem Steel in 1964.

    An $87-million sludge treatment plant that opened at Fore River in 1991 will end decades of dumping shipyard sewage into the harbor, making "an enormous difference in the quality of Boston Harbor," said Douglas B. MacDonald, executive director of the MWRA. Almost 70 tons of sludge a day is processed into fertilizer and then shipped by railroad for distribution.

    Contractors are using 60 acres of Fore River as a heavy equipment and materials staging area. Trucks carrying the equipment use one of two roll-on/roll-off piers to board barges for Deer Island, the principle construction site for the harbor project.

    In addition to being a support base for the Boston Harbor cleanup, the Massachusetts Shipbuilders Corporation (MSC) have teamed with AK Engineering to revive ship repair and building at the old Quincy shipyard. Of the 70 acres set aside for shipbuilding, 15 acres are currently in use, said Maggie Debbie, MWRA development manager. The shipbuilders have repaired or decommissioned four vessels that were used in the Gulf War.

  • James H. Leonhard has been appointed to the newly created position of marketing manager for the International Marine Coatings Division of the International Paint Company, Inc., New York City. The appointment was announced jointly by John P. Merrill Jr., executive vice president, and W. Norman Duncan

  • Five subsidiaries of The El Paso Company, Houston, Texas 77001, announce proposed offerings of an aggregate of $30,864,000 United States Government Guaranteed Ship Financing Bonds, Series P and Q, subject to approval of the Maritime Administration. The bonds will be offered publicly by Merrill

  • - was christened at Pier 88 and named by representatives of the New York Police Department and New York Fire Department. The vessel's godparents were Maggie McDonnell, widow of police officer Brian McDonnell; Tara Stackpole, widow of firefighter Captain Timothy Stackpole; fireman Kevin Hannafin, who

  • The well-known Cousteau Society oceanographic research vessel Calypso recently underwent a major refurbishing at the Merrill Stevens Dry Dock Company in Miami, Fla. The vessel's engineers and mechanics installed two Cummins KTA19- M diesels, along with Twin Disc reduction gears, and new shafts

  • Croatian-based shipyard, 3.MAJ Brodogradiliste, delivered the first of a contracted four-part tanker series this past August. Named M/T Margara, the 71,345-tdw oil tanker was constructed for Monte Carlo based owners subsidiary Doria Shipping Co., registered in Valetta, Malta. The $150 million contract

  • 2015, Providence RI, November 2015. Edited and reproduced with the permission of the Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers (SNAME). The Author Maggie Nate is a Virginia Tech graduate and former Aerospace Engineer turned Naval Architect.  She has spent the past three years working at Alion Science

  • In a move which effectively creates a defense and marine naval construction giant, Northrop Grumman Corp. and Litton Industries jointly announced late last month that they have signed a definitive agreement under which Northrop Grumman will acquire for cash all of the outstanding shares of Litton for

  • A look at the finances of one of North America’s most interesting offshore services companies and its formula for success. Harvey Gulf International’s steady movement towards a dominant position among U.S. flagged offshore support and towing operators has arguably been supported by a well constructed

  • A primer for navigating the ‘ups and downs’ of marine money for domestic stakeholders.   Vessel financiers are resourceful and adaptable to changing markets. On the domestic side, financiers of Jones Act and “brown water” assets have continued to serve their customers through shifting shoals in both

  • This article is an excerpt from IMA's recent quarterly update on the Navy ship maintenance and overhaul market. Information is current as of 1 July, except where noted. ANALYSIS OF FUTURE CONTRACTING Navy has issued a new ship maintenance planning schedule covering FY 1985-1986. We have analyzed th

  • Technology In Engineering — Backbone Of Ship Design, Construction And Repair Washington, D.C. — May 3—4 The American Society of Naval Engineers will present ASNE Day 1984 with the theme "Technology in Engineering—Backbone of Ship Design, Construction, and Repair." ASNE Day is the Society's annual n

  • MN Oct-17#32 MARINE FINANCE
Marine Finance for 
 BROWN WATER OPERATORS
A)
    October 2017 - Marine News page: 32

    MARINE FINANCE Marine Finance for BROWN WATER OPERATORS A primer for navigating the ‘ups and downs’ of marine money for domestic stakeholders. By Barry Parker essel ? nanciers are resourceful and adaptable to For example, Kirby Corporation, a public company, re- changing markets. On the domestic side

  • MR Feb-16#23  small patrol craft, offshore 
Maggie Nate is a Virginia Tech)
    February 2016 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 23

    vessels to other case stud- as the lecture halls (which can pose a ate. In order to account for factors that ies such as small patrol craft, offshore Maggie Nate is a Virginia Tech graduate “choke point” problem in the event of would affect crew speed during evacu- oil platforms, passenger vessels, and/or

  • MR Feb-16#20  Only for Naval Combatants
BY MAGGIE NATE
hroughout the history)
    February 2016 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 20

    NAVY: DESIGN Modeling & Simulation Not Only for Naval Combatants BY MAGGIE NATE hroughout the history of naval of the differing facets of ship design survivability by combining initial dam- risk, the assessment of survivability of warfare a consistent pattern including signature control and self- age

  • MR Feb-16#4 , Inc.
Murray Goldberg Maggie Nate
Dennis L. Bryant
4)
    February 2016 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 4

    Design Security Continuous Modeling & Maritime Improvement Simulation Business Publications Audit CyberSecurity of Circulation, Inc. Murray Goldberg Maggie Nate Dennis L. Bryant 4 Maritime Reporter & Engineering News • FEBRUARY 2016 MR #2 (1-9).indd 4 2/4/2016 10:35:37 A

  • MR May-77#6 This advertisement is neither an offer to sell nor a)
    May 1977 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 6

    This advertisement is neither an offer to sell nor a solicitation of offers to buy any of these securities. The offering is made only by the Prospectus. April 7,1977 900,000 Shares R. J. Reynolds Industries, Inc. Common Stock ($S Par Value) The above shares of Common Stock are being acquired

  • MR May-15-77#26 WHY DO PEOPLE WHO 
Why do people pay to read 
Marine)
    May 15, 1977 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 26

    WHY DO PEOPLE WHO Why do people pay to read Marine Engineering/Log when there are tree marine magazines lying around all over? It must be good. It is. (It has to be!) The fact is that today's commercial vessel is a fast- changing, complex, high engineered mechanism. It takes ME/L's large expert

  • MR May-15-77#8 This is neither an offer to sell nor a solicitation of an)
    May 15, 1977 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 8

    This is neither an offer to sell nor a solicitation of an offer to buy these securities. The offer is made only by the Offering Circular. $30,500,000 United States Government Guaranteed Ship Financing Notes and Bonds, Series B consisting of *$4,832,000 of 6.85% Notes due January 15, 1983 •$6

  • MR Aug-77#5 Waterman Plans To Build 
Either An $80-Million Or 
An)
    August 1977 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 5

    Waterman Plans To Build Either An $80-Million Or An $87-Million Vessel Waterman Steamship Corpora- tion, 120 Wall Street, New York, N.Y., has applied for both con- struction-differential subsidy (CDS) and Title XI guarantees to aid in financing the construction of either a roll-on/roll-off

  • MR Aug-15-77#16 Northwest Marine 
Receives Major 
Navy Contract 
Portland)
    August 15, 1977 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 16

    Northwest Marine Receives Major Navy Contract Portland, Ore.-based North- west Marine Iron Works has started overhaul of the USS Lang under a $6.02-million contract. The Lang will be in Portland through May of 1978 undergoing hull repair and a major upgrad- ing of its electronic and

  • MR Oct-77#9 Chesapeake Corporation 
Names Elmer Curfman 
Marine)
    October 1977 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 9

    Chesapeake Corporation Names Elmer Curfman Marine Superintendent Elmer W. Curfman Elmer W. Curfman has been named superintendent of the ma- rine department of The Chesa- peake Corporation of Virginia, West Point, Va. 23181, succeed- ing the late Milton A. Paul. The announcement was made

  • MR Oct-77#7 Chesapeake Corporation 
Names Elmer Curfman 
Marine)
    October 1977 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 7

    Chesapeake Corporation Names Elmer Curfman Marine Superintendent Elmer W. Curfman Elmer W. Curfman has been named superintendent of the ma- rine department of The Chesa- peake Corporation of Virginia, West Point, Va. 23181, succeed- ing the late Milton A. Paul. The announcement was made

  • MR Aug-78#31 Ocean Minerals Recovered From 
Floor Of Pacific By OMCO)
    August 1978 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 31

    Ocean Minerals Recovered From Floor Of Pacific By OMCO The research and survey ship Governor Ray has completed its first survey and ex- ploration cruise, and has recovered several thousand pounds of manganese nodules from 18,000 feet on the Pacific Ocean Floor, ac- cording to Ocean Minerals

  • MR Aug-78#16 U.S. Maritime Operations Cited 
For Outstanding Safety)
    August 1978 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 16

    U.S. Maritime Operations Cited For Outstanding Safety Records Some two dozen United States maritime enterprises, including operators of ocean tankers, general cargoliner vessels, stevedor- ing and marine terminal facilities, towboats and military ships and shipyards were cited for outstanding

  • MR Aug-78#10 The Ultimate Navigation Computer! 
The CC-2 From Simrad)
    August 1978 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 10

    The Ultimate Navigation Computer! The CC-2 From Simrad • Displays position in Latitude/Longitude. • Computes course to steer with up to 9 "Way Points". • Displays Time and Distance To Go and True Ground Speed. • Easy to operate. • May be used with ANY Simrad Loran-C receiver. Contact

  • MR Oct-15-78#6 El Paso Announces 
Proposed Offerings 
Five subsidiaries)
    October 15, 1978 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 6

    El Paso Announces Proposed Offerings Five subsidiaries of The El Paso Company, Houston, Texas 77001, announce proposed offerings of an aggregate of $30,864,000 United States Government Guaranteed Ship Financing Bonds, Series P and Q, subject to approval of the Maritime Administration.

  • MR Apr-80#33 sor of engineering, Webb Insti-
tute of Naval Architecture)
    April 1980 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 33

    sor of engineering, Webb Insti- tute of Naval Architecture, Glen Cove, N.Y. Marine Systems Committee — Capt. William M. Nicholson, USN (ret.), Associate Director, Office of Marine Technology, NOAA, Rockville, Md. Ship Production Committee — Ellsworth L. Peterson, president, Peterson

  • MR Apr-80#24 Mjellem & Karlsen Of 
Norway To Build Two 
Oceanographic)
    April 1980 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 24

    Mjellem & Karlsen Of Norway To Build Two Oceanographic Vessels Two oceanographic research vessels, one for the University of Mexico, the other for the University of Bergen, Norway, will be built by the Norwegian firm A/S Mjellem & Karlsen, specialists in the design and con- struction of such

  • MR Dec-15-80#8 $107,700,000 
(Maximum Amount) 
Leveraged Lease Financing)
    December 15, 1980 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 8

    $107,700,000 (Maximum Amount) Leveraged Lease Financing of Oxy Trader Oxy Producer Oxy Grower Three 41,000 deadweight ton integrated tug-barge ves- sels to be bareboat chartered to wholly -owned indirect subsidiaries of, with bareboat charter hire guaranteed by •XY Occidental Petroleum

  • MR Aug-83#8 -0-
Inland 
Waterways 
Show 
(continued from page 8))
    August 1983 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 8

    -0- Inland Waterways Show (continued from page 8) List of Exhibitors A-C BRAKE COMPANY INC. ALFA-LAVAL, INC. ALLEN & HOSHALL, INC. AMERICAN AIR FILTER CO., INC. ANSCHUETZ OF AMERICA AURORA TERMINAL AUTOCATOR CONTROLS DIVISION BLACKBURN MARINE EQUIPMENT CO. BRAKE SUPPLY

  • MR Mar-86#19 SHIPYARD APPROX. CONTRACT SHIPYARD APPROX. CONTRACT 
NAVY)
    March 1986 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 19

    SHIPYARD APPROX. CONTRACT SHIPYARD APPROX. CONTRACT NAVY NUMBER NAME CONTRACT $ DEL'Y DATE NAVY NUMBER NAME CONTRACT $ DEL'Y DATE YP Yard Patrol Craft unnamed (20) 59,700,000 86-87 Peterson Builders ARS-52 Salvor 70,000,000 86 Moss Point Marine ARS-53 Grapple 33,900,000 87 LCU unnamed (2) 8,600

  • MR Mar-86#18 NAVY 
CURRENT NAVY & COAST GUARD VESSELS UNDER CONTRACT)
    March 1986 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 18

    NAVY CURRENT NAVY & COAST GUARD VESSELS UNDER CONTRACT AT U.S. YARDS SHIPYARD NAVY NUMBER NAME Atlantic Marine MK IV patrol boats (3) unnamed Avondale Industries T-AO-187 Henry J. Kaiser T-AO-188 Joshua Humphreys T-AO-189 unnamed T-AO 190 unname T-AO-193 unname T-AO-195 unnamed LSD-44

  • MR May-92#7  are cur-
rently in use, said Maggie Debbie, 
MWRA development)
    May 1992 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 7

    to revive ship repair and building at the old Quincy shipyard. Of the 70 acres set aside for shipbuilding, 15 acres are cur- rently in use, said Maggie Debbie, MWRA development manager. The shipbuilders have repaired or decommissioned four vessels that were used in the Gulf War. NatiQnal

  • MR Mar-00#61 Feature Vessel of the Month - Product Tanker Margara 
3.)
    March 2000 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 61

    Feature Vessel of the Month - Product Tanker Margara 3.MAJ Delivers Innovative Tanker M^M ** Breadth, (molded) 106 ft. (32.2 m) Croatian-based shipyard, 3.MAJ Brodogradiliste, delivered the first of a contracted four-part tanker series this past August. Named M/T Margara, the 71,345-tdw oil tanker

  • MR Sep-00#15 E-Commerce 
the generation of reports that can com-
pare)
    September 2000 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 15

    E-Commerce the generation of reports that can com- pare similar vessels in order to deter- mine proper usage of products onboard. This allows for real-time access to data that might not be readily available to ship owners until the end of the month or worse still — the end of the year. This