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Daniel McIntyre

Daniel is a marine mechanical engineer and has been working in the marine industry since 2004. He started his career working on board large cruise ships as an acting 3rd marine engineer for Princess Cruise Lines. Sailing across the world, Daniel gained valuable experience in the operation and maintenance of shipboard systems. He later returned to post-secondary education, where he earned an advanced diploma in mechanical technology at Camosun College and a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering at the University of Victoria. Daniel first applied his education at E-Factor Engineering, where he was responsible for the design, implementation and management of HVAC and building control system refit projects with the primary focus of optimizing system design to reduce energy costs. These projects mainly consisted of boiler retrofits, heat recovery system projects, VFD upgrades and chilled water system upgrades. Daniel later joined BMT Fleet Technology, in the position of project engineer in the Vancouver office. In this position, he carried out ship structural design, vessel surveys, design and implementation of ship systems and project management of small vessel refits. In addition, Daniel performed finite element analysis on a number of vessels, including assessing the safety of the Arctic Tuk heavy lift barge (600 ton lifting capacity) using SolidWorks simulation and Ansys. Daniel has a strong background in analysis, structural and system design. Coupled with his practical marine engineering experience and his familiarity with class societies and Transport Canada regulations, Daniel’s work meets or exceeds all requirements while ensuring timelines and budgets are met.


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