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Miami-based ocean engineering and naval architecture firm Henderson & Associates has merged with Sea3 Systems to form Henderson, Hanes & Associates, a full-service engineering firm.

The new firm, headed by Shawn Henderson and Dan Hanes, both of South Florida, specializes in refit and repair projects that may span multiple technical disciplines and trades.

Henderson is a former Navy diver who served active duty during the Gulf War and has more than 20 years of underwater experience. In January, he served as dive superintendent on a five-year overhaul of an ABS-classed semi-submersible drilling platform in the Gulf of Mexico.

Hanes, a graduate of Duke University, has worked with private firms including Motorola and PPG Chemicals, and managed his own engineering business for more than 20 years while creating technical solutions for superyachts, offshore oil, and government agencies including the U.S. Navy.

For more information, visit www.ocean-engineers.com.

 

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