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Civil engineer

John William Gaythwaite, American civil engineer. Achievements include project management of design of many large scale marine civil engineering works including floating dry docks, marine terminals, seawall and breakwaters.

Background

Gaythwaite, John William was born on January 15, 1948 in Boston, Massachusetts, United States. Son of John Ingham and Doris (Rich) Gaythwaite.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering, Northeastern University, Boston, 1971.

Career

Project engineer, Crandall Dry Dock Engineers Inc., Dedham, Massachusetts, 1971-1979;project engineer, Parson, Brinkerhoff, Quade & Dougals, Boston, 1979-1980;project engineer, Fay, Spofford & Thorndike, Inc., Boston, 1980-1981;project manager, The Maguire Group, Inc., Foxborough, Massachusetts, 1981-1982; construction engineering, Manchester, Massachusetts, 1982-1988;president, Maritime Engineering Cons. Inc., Manchester, since 1988. Guest lecturer U. Maine, University of Wisconsin, U. Rhode Island, U. N.H., others.

Achievements

  • Achievements include project management of design of many large scale marine civil engineering works including floating dry docks, marine terminals, seawall and breakwaters.

Works

Membership

Member American Society of Civil Engineers (executive committee coastal engineering technical committee since 1989), Marine Technology Society (councilor, executive committee 1978-1981), Boston Society Civil Engineers (chairman waterway, port and coastal technical group and committee to develop coastal zone building code 1989-1991, editorial board Journal Civil Engineering Practice since 1990, Technology Paper award 1984), Society Naval Architects and Marine Engineers (Paper award 19710, Permanent International Association Navigation Congresses (invited paper 1988), American Shore and Beach Preservation Association.

Connections

Married Michele Rabot, July 7, 1979.

father:
John Ingham Gaythwaite

mother:
Doris (Rich) Gaythwaite

spouse:
Michele Rabot