Bob Kearney, AScT

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Bob Kearney, AScT

Naval Architect

  • Classification: Applied Science Technologist
  • Discipline: Mechanical Engineering
  • Current Employer: BC Ferries Services Inc
  • Position: Naval Architect
  • Post Secondary: Marine Institute of Technology
  • High School: Gonzaga High School

Career Experience

British Columbia Ferry Services Inc.
Naval Architect
February 2005 – Present

S.H.M. Marine International Inc.
Naval Architect
April 1999 – January 2005

Department of National Defence
Hull Draftsperson
August 1992 – March 1999

Promaxis Systems Ltd
Hull Draftsperson
May 1990 – March 1992

Eyretechnics Ltd
Hull Draftsperson
Sept 1989 – May 1990

Why I Became A Technology Professional

  • I have always had strong skills in mathematics and physics. I have found that the field of naval architecture is so diverse that it has always been a challenge, every day is different and I am always learning.

Career Highlights

  • Presentation of "Safety Beyond Regulation – The BC Ferries Experience" at Design for Safety - 2007
  • Complete structural design and analysis for 42 tonne main engine lift

Professional & Community Activities

  • Applied Science Technologists & Technicians of BC - Certified Member (AScT)