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Following in his father's footsteps, Beckett, too, became a consultant port engineer.
A port engineer at the UDC Blue Maritime, Mr Menon is survived by wife Suzima and son Chris, 15, a student of Al Noor International School.
The space includes a large conference room outfitted to support the Commander Navy Regional Maintenance Center's (CNRMC's) Work Force Development courses conducted by McKean for key surface ship maintenance positions including Port Engineers, Project Managers, Ship Building Specialists, Contract Specialists, and Test Engineers.
Flynn's next job as a port engineer exposed her to industrial paints and welding fumes.
MSFSC has also developed principal port engineer training programs and created electronic tracking tools for the port engineers' change requests and standard work items.
Flynn, 47, who works as a port engineer, added: 'Being a keen kite-surfer I really wanted to keep fit when the wind was not blowing and the surf ski looked like the perfect alternate.
1: "Well, it's Christmas dinner at the Cogan's at Fort Lauderdale, in Florida," says Mike Cogan, port engineer of Princess Cruises' technical division.
A few months after the levy passed, however, port engineers deemed the more feasible choice to be containment: erecting a steel wall in front of the ships, draining the toxic substances on board and leaving the carcasses in place.