Projects

Our depth and breadth of experience has resulted in a body of work we’re proud to showcase. From one-of-a-kind projects to solid fundamentals, we’re confident you’ll find that our commitment to excellence shines through in everything that we do. Explore our case studies, and see what Glosten can do for you.

Yeosu Expo Floating Fountain

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The International Exposition 2012 Yeosu Korea featured the debut of a one-of-a-kind floating fountain combining displays of water, light, and fire. Glosten was tasked by WET with designing...

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Emergency Vessel Attachment & Towing System

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Glosten has worked with partners to develop a unique Emergency Vessel Attachment & Towing System (EVATS™) designed to overcome some of the most dangerous aspects of emergency towing.

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Making Way for a New Bay Bridge

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Glosten assisted California Engineering Contractors with the marine aspects of demolishing the SF-Oakland Bay Bridge, reversing the construction process by disassembling the bridge in chunks and lowering the spans...

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Offshore Wind – Front End Engineering Design Study

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In 2012, the UK's Energy Technologies Institute (ETI) awarded Glosten funding to perform a FEED study for a full-scale 6MW offshore wind floating platform system demonstrator.

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Delta Mariner Designed to Carry Rockets

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As Owner's Design Agent, Glosten utilized a unique "Design Lead" process to help deliver the stern-loading Ro-Ro Delta Mariner ahead of schedule and on budget.

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PelaStar Tension Leg Platform for Floating Offshore Wind

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The PelaStar system was conceived by Glosten engineers in 2006, who saw a need to reduce the capital costs of offshore wind and access sites with superior wind resources.

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A Ship that Flips

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FLIP is a 355-foot-long, or tall, research platform. Glosten was contracted to assist Scripps in the design, model testing, and construction of this remarkable vessel.

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Exxon Kizomba – Traversing Oceans

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Spanning 10,000 miles over six months, the Glosten-developed tow plan for the Kizomba A brought the vessel from Korea to offshore Angola via the Cape of Good Hope.

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