Bethlehem Steel Awards Design Contract To Morris Guralnick Assoc.

Morris Guralnick Associates, Inc., San Francisco, Calif., has been awarded a contract by Bethlehem Steel Corporation to provide complete design and engineering services for a major overhaul of the USNS Albert J. Meyer.

The U.S. naval vessel, a 370- foot-long, twin-screw cable layer built in 1945, will be entirely reoutfitted at the Bethlehem Key Highway Yard in Baltimore, Md., during a year-long overhaul.

Among the various items of machinery and equipment to be installed are a modern diesel electric powerplant, new type deckhouse, masts, stack, deck winches, and cable-handling machinery, as well as all electrical power, lighting, navigational and communications systems.

Morris Guralnick Associates, Inc., now in its 32nd year of operation, is the largest architectural and engineering firm of its type on the West Coast, with offices in San Francisco and San Diego, Calif., and Bremerton, Wash.

Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 24,  Jul 15, 1978

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