Donjon Marine Co., Inc. Welcomes Stephen N. Konzel as Vice President, Operations & Engineering
Donjon Marine, Co., Inc., a global marine services provider based in New Jersey, has hired Stephen N. Konzel as Vice President of Operations & Engineering.
Previously serving as Vice President and General Manager of NETSCo Naval Architecture & Marine Engineering since 2007, Konzel brings a broad array of experience and skills to his new position with Donjon including strategic business planning, staff supervision and development, financial reporting, analysis and contract administration, marketing/client development, safety management, project management and planning, labor relations/negotiations, estimating/negotiation process improvement, and Lean & 6-Sigma practices.
Prior to his work with NETSCo, he was General Manager of Cleveland Shiprepair Co. Before that he served as Engineering Manager & Production Manager for Toledo Shiprepair Co., and prior to that, as Project Manager, Todd Pacific Shipyards in Seattle.
Konzel received his Masters of Business Administration in Executive Management degree from Baldwin-Wallace College in Cleveland, Ohio, and earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Marine Engineering from the United States Merchant Marine Academy at Kings Point, New York.
“Donjon is very pleased to welcome Stephen as its new Vice President of Marine Operations and Engineering. His vast skill set and broad range of experience will greatly benefit Donjon’s array of marine projects here and around the globe,” said John A. Witte, Jr., Donjon’s Executive Vice President.
Donjon Marine Co., Inc. (www.donjon.com) provides a broad spectrum of marine services, including dredging, marine salvage, heavy lift transport, tug/barge transportation, demolition, pollution control and remediation, shipbuilding and repair, as well as land-based metals recycling, demolition and landfill remediation/site management. Based in New York and New Jersey, Donjon and its affiliates maintain offices, assets and personnel throughout the Northeast, with operations spanning the globe.