NETSCo, a leading marine engineering and naval architect firm, proudly welcomes Peter Johansson to its team as a Naval Architect. With over a decade of experience in the field, Johansson brings with him comprehensive knowledge of stability, hull structure, and mechanical systems of ships and floating offshore platforms.
Johansson’s analytical and practical engineering skills, coupled with his broad interdisciplinary knowledge of ships and offshore platforms, make him a valuable addition to the NETSCo team. With prior project and technical management experience, Johansson’s expertise will significantly contribute to the success of future projects under NETSCo’s portfolio.
Before joining the NETSCo team, Johansson was the sole proprietor of Johansson Marine Service. He also held the position of Naval Architect with Knud E. Hansen US Inc., USA, where his roles included stability analysis of a US coast guard ice breaker, various stability projects for Norwegian Cruise Line, structural engineering support for Carnival Cruise Line, structural analysis of floating drydocks for a US-based shipyard, on-board surveys, and P&ID updates of the bilge water systems for Carnival Cruise Line, as well as various support work for cruise ships and a US-based shipyard.
Johansson also worked as a Naval Architect, focused on structural analysis, at GVA Consultants AB in Sweden. His responsibilities during this period included finite element analysis of floating offshore platforms, strength calculations of web frames, bulkheads, and flats, stress evaluation around door and opening areas, and quality checking technical reports.
“We are thrilled to welcome Peter to our team,” said Richard Mueller, CEO / President of NETSCo. “His extensive experience and technical expertise in naval architecture will undoubtedly contribute greatly to our company’s continued growth and success.”
Johansson obtained his Master of Science degree in Engineering, with a major in Naval Architecture, from Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg, Sweden, and an undergraduate degree in Mechanical Engineering from Högskolan I Väst, Sweden.