NETSCo hires Trish McIntyre as Engineering Manager

NETSCo is pleased to announce its recent hire of Trish McIntyre who joins the team as Engineering Manager in the Tampa, FL office. 

 At NETSCo, Trish’s responsibilities will include managing and directing our group of experienced engineers and designers. She will define the scope of projects and assign resources, as well as interact with clients, classification societies, and other regulatory agencies. 

Trish commented, “I was attracted to NETSCo because of their strong commitment to excellence in services. Working with their team in Tampa will offer me the chance to continue to be challenged in my scope of work and offer quality engineering solutions for their clients.”

Trish comes to NETSCo after 26 years of experience in the design, installation, functional testing and inspection of marine machinery installations to ensure that each vessel is capable of carrying out its intended service.

Prior to NETSCo, she held the principal engineer position at the American Bureau of Shipping in New Orleans for the machinery group and assisted in the development of the machinery sections of the Rules for Building and Classing Steel Vessels Under 90M in Length. Her other responsibilities included the role of project leader, vessel and equipment surveyor with extensive experience in Code, Rule and Regulation compliance in both design and implementation phases. Trish was also part of DNV-GL where she held positions of Senior Engineer and Surveyor for offshore vessel systems and drilling materials and components, as well as field engineer for Austal Shipbuilding for the LCS class ships focused primarily on propulsion system installation and operations. 

“Trish McIntyre is a name that many people in the maritime industry are familiar with due to her professionalism and extensive experience in a variety of areas in the maritime industry. Many of NETSCO’s projects passed through Trish’s office at ABS for approval these past few years. Her deep knowledge of the regulations, and her years of experience reviewing and approving machinery system design will be a very welcome addition to our capabilities,” shared Rich Mueller, CEO. 

Trish holds a degree in Marine Engineering from Texas A&M University and has served on the ABS Rule Development and Technical Committees.