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GROUP, INC vided complete design and engineering for new 78’ push dition to designing vessels, BHGI provides technical support tug J. Arnold Witte at DonJon Shipyard. BMD complet- and consulting services to vessel owners, charterers, and op- ed re? t engineering on harbor tugs for Van Enkevort tug erators. These services can be in support of a new construc- and barge, with design and construction support on newly tion project, modi? cations, regularly scheduled dry docks or launched 740’ x 78’ self-unloading barge Michigan Trader. more comprehensive maintenance periods. BHGI offers a

Tug Laura L. Van Enkevort is a 124’ x 37’ x 18’ ATB tug full spectrum of services from concept design through ship- with Bludworth connection; re? t added accommodations yard selection and construction oversight. This can include and raised upper pilothouse for visibility, overhauling the detail design, implementation of tests and trials, and eventual engines and gears, new joinery work for the interior. lifecycle management and maintenance support.

The ? rm is currently working on exciting projects in- volving advanced fuels, advanced hull forms and hybrid- diesel-electric propulsion. BHGI designed Holland, a

Bristol Harbor 400- by 100-foot ocean transport barge built for General

Dynamics Electric Boat to support the construction and

Group, Inc. maintenance of the Columbia Class ballistic missile sub-

Bristol Harbor Group, Inc. is one of the leading naval ar- marines and Virginia Class fast attack submarines. BHGI chitecture ? rms in the country. The full-service naval archi- tecture, marine engineering and consulting ? rm is located recently completed the design of a new ? oating dry dock on the harbor in Bristol, R.I., where the company has been for the USACE Ensley Engineer Yard, which will replace the 400-ton drydock 1015 at the Ensley Engineer Yard. in business for more than 25 years, having produced numer- ous designs, to which hundreds of vessels have been built. BHGI also completed the contract design for the DRIFT-

MASTER II for USACE, a catamaran hull that incorpo-

BHGI specializes in commercial vessel design and consult- ing and have experience with tugs, barges, ATBs, passenger rates a diesel electric hybrid propulsion system. BHGI is working on other projects such as a high-speed foil assisted vessels, workboats, dredges and ? oating dry docks.

catamaran, multiple deck, crane, and liquid cargo barges,

BHGI utilizes state of the art computer modeling and de- and multiple projects for the defense industry. sign tools. Some of the naval architecture services provided in- clude structural analysis, ? nite element analysis, deadweight surveys, hydrodynamic analyses utilizing computational

Elliott Bay ? uid dynamics and hydrostatic analysis. BHGI also offers a range of marine engineering services. Its engineers focus on the design of new vessels, repowerings, and mechanical and

Design Group electrical upgrades to existing vessels, as well as crane speci- Elliott Bay Design Group is a full-service, employee- ? cation and integration, piping design, fuel system design, owned naval architecture and marine engineering ? rm, main engine speci? cation and electrical load analysis. In ad- considered a national leader in innovative vessel design. MN 17|

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