(Seattle) The Glosten Associates, a Seattle-based marine engineering and naval architecture firm promotions.
Timothy Leach, PE has been promoted to Principal in recognition of his technical and managerial expertise and his role in expanding the firm’s research vessel sector. He is a senior naval architect and is the firm’s resource in finite element analysis and structures. With 18 years experience, he directs major design projects and currently serves as Project Manager for Glosten’s engineering and design support to the Olmsted dam construction on the Ohio River. As Principal, he will continue managing Glosten’s naval architecture group, and marketing lead for Glostenâ€™s support to the research vessel community. Mr. Leach received his bachelor’s degree in naval architecture and marine engineering from Webb Institute.
Justin Morgan, PE has been promoted to Principal in recognition of his technical expertise and his role in expanding the firm’s analysis capabilities. He has 17 years experience and specializes in structural design and analysis. He manages complex analysis projects at Glosten and is currently wrapping up a spectral fatigue analysis in support of the TAGM-25 missile range instrumentation ship construction. His focus will be to further enhance the firm’s analysis capabilities and introduce these services to a broader client base. He will continue to manage the Ocean Engineering group and will focus on maintaining the strength of the analysis team at Glosten. Mr. Morgan received his bachelor’s degree in naval architecture and marine engineering from Webb Institute, and a master’s degree in computer science and engineering from the University of Washington.
The Glosten Associates is a full service consulting firm of naval architects, marine engineers and ocean engineers. Design experience includes tugs, barges, dredgers, research vessels, passenger/car ferries, and platforms. The firm has specialized expertise in hydrodynamic analysis, climatology and risk analysis to serve clients performing challenging in-water projects