10 years of C-Job Naval Architects
Dutch Ship Design firm celebrates first decade of business
What started as a small naval architectural office 10 years ago has grown into an established and well-respected company. Using various projects and a growing number of in-house disciplines to demonstrate how the company has developed, Managing Director Basjan Faber looks back at some of the most significant moments of the previous decade.
“In terms of vessels, there have been numerous milestones,” Mr Faber begins. “The St. Pierre – a Trailing Suction Hopper Dredger – was probably the first, for which we provided the concept, basic and detailed Design. Another memorable project was the cargo vessel Atlantic Dawn.”
More recently, C-Job’s momentum has continued with additional vessels, each of which further cementing the company’s respected position in the maritime sector. “We are very proud to have worked on the initial, concept and basic designs for the Texelstroom,” he adds, referring to the CNG-Electric passenger ferry that won the 2017 Shippax Ferry Award. “And, of course the dredgers that we designed for DEME and Van Oord are also significant vessels too.”