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.

Oregon State University Leads Research Vessel Acquisition

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The National Science Foundation (NSF) selected Oregon State University (OSU) to lead the design and acquisition for the new Regional Class Research Vessels (RCRVs). OSU enlisted Glosten to develop...

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Panama Canal Expansion Consulting

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The Panama Canal Third Set of Locks will double the Canal’s capacity by creating a new third lane of traffic and allowing more and larger ships to transit.

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Foss Arctic Class Tugs

Foss Maritime built three arctic class tugboats at its Rainier Shipyard to serve the oil and gas industries in Alaska. Foss engaged Glosten to execute this new design from...

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Excavator Dredge Design

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J.E. McAmis, a marine construction firm used to working in tough conditions, needed a hydraulic excavator to add to their dredging capability, enabling accurate digging in firm bottom conditions...

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JOIDES Resolution Drill Ship Refit

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Transocean contracted Glosten in 2006 to develop the contract design package for an extensive refit of the JOIDES Resolution.

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I-35 Bridge: Responding to Tragedy

On August 1 2007, the I-35 bridge collapsed in the middle of rush hour. Glosten was contracted to design the bridge segment lift sequence and grillage, and the...

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In a League of its Own: the Semi-Submersible SBX-1

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Glosten worked as the project engineering integrator and designer for all marine aspects of this $900 million project.

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A New Research Vessel for Xiamen University

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Xiamen University (XMU) is building an oceanographic research ship that is intended to be a floating laboratory on the sea. The vessel will be 78 meters in length with...

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