Winchester Marine Consultants Ltd. has a wealth of experience over a wide range of marine projects.
With over 30 years in the marine industry the Principal has worked on most types of vessels and operations.
This expertise has been applied to projects across the world to supply support and reliable technical information.
You can expect independent, individual support for your marine projects specifically tailored to your requirements.
Winchester Marine Consultants will provide your Naval Architecture and Design requirements, including:
Stability – preparation of stability books and assessment of stability requirements
Design – vessels and specific structures such as crane installations
Structural Design and Review
Engineering – systems and equipment
Trials and Commissioning
Inclining Experiments and Lightship Surveys
Winchester Marine Consultants can provide a range of Consultancy Services, including:
Feasibility Studies and Reviews
Project Definition and Statement of Requirements
Supervision – new build and existing vessels
Marine Technical Expert
Legal Technical Expert
PROGRESS MONITORING AND REPORTING
Winchester Marine Consultants was set up by Ian Parry in 2010.
The company has undertaken a wide variety of projects either independently or as part of a larger project team. Where appropriate collaborative project teams have been formed to suit Client requirements.
Ian Parry B.Sc.(Hons) C.Eng. FRINA has worked as a Naval Architect and Marine Consultant since graduating from Southampton University (Ship Science) in 1984.
After graduation Ian first worked for Brooke Marine Limited, in Lowestoft Suffolk.
In 1987 Ian started work for Keel Marine Limited, based in Alton, Hampshire. He progressed from Assistant Naval Architect to Senior Naval Architect whilst undertaking a vast array of projects, ranging from small inland waterways vessels to cruise ships and bulk carriers.
Ian has worked with Clients from many different organisations including shipyards, owners, operators, Trusts, government bodies and funding organisations.
In 2010 Ian set up Winchester Marine Consultants Limited and has continued working on a diverse range of projects including design work, stability, monitoring, supervision, and plan approval.
Ian is equally at home working within a multi-disciplinary team or independently either in the UK or worldwide.
Ian has presented the following papers to RINA and the IMarEST:-
Development of a New Generation of Inland Waterways Craft for the British Waterways Narrow Beam Canal System (RINA medal of distinction 2009)
Structural Concerns in Marine Crane Foundations
UK and Russian Federation MoD Co-operative Projects on Nuclear Legacy Issues in North West Russia
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