Staff

EDMUND GLOWACKI, P.E.
Naval Architect

EDUCATION
Bachelor of Science in Engineering (Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering)
University of Michigan 1972

WORK EXPERIENCE
1973-1979  CDI Marine Company, Jacksonville, Florida
As naval architect and project engineer, technical responsibilities included structural and stability analysis.

1979-1980  Huckins Yacht Corporation, Jacksonville, Florida
Engineer and assistant to head naval architect and yacht designer.

1979-1995 Bold Craft Engineering Corporation, Jacksonville, Florida.
Principal, naval architect. Duties included all functions of running asmall business and ship design firm. Technical responsibilities included all facets of boat and ship design including hull design, performance prediction, stability analysis, structural design, piping/system design, tonnage calculations, profile and arrangement design including conceptual planning, project management, construction supervision and management, refit and repair engineering, and crane on barge operations.

1995- Present  Glowacki Engineering, Fleming Island, Florida
Principal, naval architect. Same as Bold Craft above.

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS AND LICENSES
Member of society of Small Craft Designers(SSCD), Member of Society of Naval Architects and Engineers (SNAME); past chairman of Southeast Section of SNAME (1989); member of SNAME's technical and research panel SC-1(power craft); registered professional engineer (P.E.) in the State of Florida, no. 27472; Overseas Member of the Royal Institution of Naval Architects (RINA).




ALAN T. HORRELL, P.E.
Mechanical Engineer

EDUCATION
Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering
University of Florida 1995

Combat Signal School, 1985, U.S. Army Fort Gordon Georgia

WORK EXPERIENCE
1995-1997  Crown Building Systems, Jacksonville, Florida
Structural design engineer. Design, engineer and supervise the fabrication and assembly of light gauge steel framing structures for residential and light commercial buildings.

1997-Present   Glowacki Engineering, Fleming Island, Florida
Principal, mechanical engineer. Duties include design, engineer, and supervise the fabrication and assembly of steel, aluminum, wood, FRP, and HDPE components and structures for maritime, offshore, and heavy fabrication industries. Graduate level knowledge and extensive experience in the use of Finite Element Methods and computer modeling for virtual engineering solutions. Proficient in analyses in both the linear and non-linear methods. Additionally, fluid, mechanical and electrical systems design and analysis.

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS AND LICENSES
American Society of Mechanical Engineers; American Society of Civil Engineers; SAE International (formerly Society of Automotive Engineers); registered professional engineer (P.E.) in the State of Florida, no. 70618.