Seattle-based naval architecture and marine engineering firm Elliott Bay Design Group has announced, in the wake of the appointment of Robert Ekse to president, two more changes in executive leadership.
John Reeves has been promoted to Principal in Charge, to oversee technical projects and provide direction and engineering support to ensure project success. Reeves will also maintain his current duties as director of business development to increase EBDG’s maritime industry leadership position.
Michael Complita has been promoted to vice president of strategic expansion, to lead expansion of EBDG’s service offerings within and outside of the marine industry.
His initial focus will be to create an avenue to effectively plan, research, explore, develop and execute business opportunities that will expand the company’s reach and that of its family of companies. He will also continue in his role as a Principal in Charge of the firm and involved in oversight of engineering projects, recruiting and cross-training opportunities for staff.
Eke said these leadership team changes will foster further growth and new opportunities for the company.
Elliott Bay Design Group is a full-service, employee-owned firm that supports owner-operators and shipyards, with a team of naval architects, engineers, designers and analysts who offer expertise in designing, supporting and analyzing the feasibility of marine transportation.