C-Job Naval Architects today announces that Mario Gitte has been appointed Vice President Engineering and Edward Verweij has been named Vice President Sales. Together they will be the executive management team that will run the company’s new branch office in Houston,...
C-Job Naval Architects is set to open a new office in the USA. The Dutch naval architecture firm has selected Houston, Texas as the base to expand its business in the United States. Houston Texas Talking about the decision to expand the company’s operations,...
On a sunny afternoon in June, C-Job Naval Architects hosted its Summer Event. Held at its new Rotterdam office, guests were treated to inspirational speakers and a chance to catch up with friends and acquaintances.
Building Supervision is C-Job Naval Architects’ direct, hands-on support of the ship construction or refit process. Encompassing Site Management and Superintendence projects, it is a discipline that connects the company’s extensive theoretical knowledge with practical experience of people like Project Manager Hans Stoit. “It’s my role as site manager to unburden the client by taking care of all the issues that need to be taken care of.”
As C-Job heads for the future, Wietse Bandstra outlines some of the key projects that have contributed to the company’s growth. “Growth means adapting to new circumstances in a world where change is the only constant,” he says.
For a number of years now, C-Job has believed that ammonia could be a viable option as a clean and sustainable marine fuel. The company’s investigations into the subject took an important step forward last month with the publishing of new research by Niels de Vries, one of C-Job’s Lead Architects.
C-Job Naval Architects has been certified as a Great Place to Work. C-Job Head of Business Support Carine Koetsier: “We have always felt that this is a great place to work and now this has been externally validated. Our HR vision is on the right track; providing excellent employment conditions with opportunities for both personal and professional development. A workplace where people feel valued and trusted.”
New build or existing vessel, CSD or TSHD, diesel-electric or LNG, large of small, it is fair to say that C-Job’s dredging experience is comprehensive. Lead Naval Architect Sjoerd Bouma discusses the importance of close cooperation and attentive listening skills when taking on a dredging project.
Finite Element Analysis (FEA) is a computer simulation technique of solving complex structural engineering problems. For a naval architectural company like C-Job, FEA allows precise calculation of stresses, fatigue and vibrations without having to build a prototype. This precision enables more informed and more effective decision making in the early stages of ship design to create more efficient vessels.
Padmos Shipyard Project Manager Walter van Harberden gives an update on C-Job’s input on three separate fishing vessel contracts. This includes not only engineering and naval architectural support, but also 3D digital models and animations during the sales process.
Ship-owners considering an investment in wind-assisted propulsion are faced with numerous questions. C-Job’s own long-term research, supplemented by additional graduate studies, means that they are the go-to partner for ship-owners looking for independent advice.
C-Job Naval Architects is proud to announce that two of its engineers have been asked to participate in two International Ship and Offshore Structures Congress committees.
5-8 Nov 2019
- SNAME Maritime Convention
29-2 Nov 2019
- International WorkBoat Show
4-6 Dec 2019