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EBDG Welcomes Matt Nani, PE as Project Manager

Feb 11, 2019 | Architecture, Engineering, Right Moves, Transportation

SEATTLE, WA—Elliott Bay Design Group (EBDG) has hired Matt Nani to join their team of naval architects and engineers as a Project Manager. He will be responsible for the initiation, management and execution of diverse projects and will be based in the Seattle, WA office.

Nani brings with him eleven years of experience in the marine industry including work with an operator, class society and consulting firm. His technical expertise includes structural design and assessment, hydrodynamic and vessel motions assessments, and stability analyses.

“Matt is a great addition to our team of marine experts. He will be a great resource for our clients and a leader within the company, contributing to our success in 2019 and beyond,” states Brian King, Principal in Charge and Chief Engineer at EBDG.

Nani is a licensed professional engineer in Washington and Texas, and he received a BS in Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering from the University of New Orleans.

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