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.

The Nation’s First All-Electric Vehicle Ferry

Alabama's historic Gee's Bend Ferry recently entered service after being converted from geared-diesel to become the first zero-emission, electric-powered passenger/car ferry in the United States.

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Ballast Module Retrofit Program

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Glosten was tasked with developing a ballast module retrofit design and integration program for a major tank barge operator. Upon determining the most practical integration solution, Glosten provided...

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Bulk Carrier Ballast Water Treatment System Retrofit

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The Sheila Ann, a Panamax bulk carrier owned by CSL, was scheduled for drydocking in December of 2014. CSL tasked Glosten with determining the feasibility of retrofitting the...

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Beloved Research Vessel Approaches Mid-Life Overhaul

Glosten is supporting the mid-life overhaul of the 25-year old research vessel of the University of Washington, R/V Thomas G. Thompson.

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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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New Requirements for Research Vessels Everywhere

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Glosten supported UNOLS in developing a standardized methodology to provide Maximum Capability Documents for every component of every UNOLS vessel.

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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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Sikuliaq Readies for Ocean Research in Arctic

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Glosten designed the R/V Sikuliaq to accommodate up to 26 scientists and students to conduct a myriad of cross-disciplinary studies in the Alaska region, year-round.

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