The Larry R. Glosten Firm: From Workboat to Marine Structure Design
September 28, 2017
On January 1st, 1958, Larry Glosten started his one-person business as a naval architect and marine engineer.
A Hybrid Ferry for Kitsap Transit
July 5, 2017
Glosten has announced the completion of a 150-passenger-only hybrid ferry design for Kitsap Transit, a public transportation agency based in Bremerton, Washington.
Glosten Unveils New Harbor Tug Design
May 26, 2017
Glosten has unveiled the HT-67: a new 67′ ASD (Z-Drive) harbor tug designed for versatility of service on inland and near coastal waters.
GICON and Glosten form Strategic Business Relationship
May 12, 2017
GICON and Glosten have formed a strategic business relationship combining resources to develop optimum Tension Leg Platform (TLP) offshore wind foundation designs for the full range of water depths (20 to 500m), for all metocean conditions, seabed types and turbine size.
Glosten Announces New President
April 8, 2016
We are pleased to announce the appointment of John Springer, PE as President of Glosten.
Workboat Design: 3D Modeling Pays Off
February 12, 2016
In the February 2016 edition of Marine News, Editor Joe Keefe explores how Glosten’s marine engineers and naval architects are increasingly employing 3D modeling to enhance projects and communicate with stakeholders.
Glosten, MSI, and Alfa Laval Deliver Ballast Treatment Deck Modules
September 23, 2015
Ballast Treatment System Deck Module partners Marine Systems Inc., Glosten, and Alfa Laval recently delivered a pair of first-of-their-kind modular ballast water treatment units specially designed for tank barge and ship operations.
Glosten Acquires Noise Control Engineering, LLC
September 1, 2015
We are very pleased to announce that Glosten recently acquired Noise Control Engineering, LLC (NCE), the premiere acoustical engineering consultancy specializing in marine noise and vibration measurement and mitigation.
Glosten Newest Member of Nupas-Cadmatic North American User Base
December 10, 2014
Glosten, a Seattle-based naval architecture consultancy, just joined the short list of North American companies utilizing Nupas-Cadmatic, a CAD/CAM engineering software system for the marine and offshore industry