23 August 2013
Welcome to our new highly qualified employees
John Dixon, P.E., MBA has joined the Fort Lauderdale USA office of KNUD E. HANSEN. He is a degreed Naval Architect and Marine Engineer professionally licensed in the US with a MBA. In his 30 years of experience he has worked in vessel and machinery design, regulatory and class approval, vessel operations and management in both an entrepreneurial and large corporate environment.
Sam Stark has joined the Fort Lauderdale USA office of KNUD E. HANSEN. He has an engineering degree in Yacht Production and Surveying and a business degree in Marketing. Sam has been working as a Naval Architect since 2009 and he has worked in Australia and the US as lead engineer for a leading manufacturer of high speed aluminium commercial and naval vessels.
Marshall Fisher has joined the Fort Lauderdale USA office of KNUD E. HANSEN. He has a degree in Ocean Engineering and has been working in the marine industry for over a decade. His experience includes holding a master USCG near Coastal Captain’s license, captain and project manager of Florida Atlantic Universities research vessel program and marine construction throughout the United States.
Ronald-John Watson has joined KNUD E. HANSEN main office in Helsingør. He is a Naval Architect and for the last 4 years he has been involved in building crew vessels for the offshore wind industry, and as project leader and taking care of all aspects of the build programme from contract procurement through to commissioning and hand over.
Diego Caceres has joined KNUD E. HANSEN main office in Helsingør, Denmark. He is a Geophysicist and Construction Engineer with experience in offshore wind foundation design.
Maja Linnea Sørensen has rejoined KNUD E. HANSEN head office as a Project Engineer in our HVAC department. She has experience from Cruise Vessels.
Matthias Boysen has joined KNUD E. HANSEN main office in Helsingør, Denmark. He is a Technical Designer with experience in design and construction of yachts, ships and offshore systems, gained from working with several internationally operating maritime companies across Denmark.
Graham Harper has joined KNUD E. HANSEN, London, UK office. He is a Naval Architect and for the last 8 years he was primarily involved with the stability of large passenger vessels including assessments to statutory requirements and investigations to improve stability characteristics. Prior to that, he worked in the defense sector on new platform design and in-service support.
Julien Denizot is doing an internship within KNUD E. HANSEN. He is graduating with a Master’s Degree in Marine Engineering and Naval Architecture. Furthermore, Julien has a degree in Master of Science in Engineering; he has 7 years of experience as a Financial Engineer.
Janne Nordbjærg has joined KNUD E. HANSEN main office in Helsingør, Denmark, as a Technical Designer trainee. She has worked as a Sailmaker the past 20 years.