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Marina Industries Association adds board member

The Australia-based Marina Industries Association named James Burbury, managing director of Burbury Consulting, to its board.

The Australia-based Marina Industries Association named James Burbury, managing director of Burbury Consulting, to its board.

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Burbury Consulting is a Tasmanian-based specialist engineering and project management company that provides services across the civil, structural and maritime engineering industries. The company undertakes engineering projects that include marina projects in Australia and overseas.

“I look forward to supporting the MIA, with its focus on industry education, accreditation, standards and research,” Burbury said in a statement. “I look forward to contributing to MIA’s growing role in assisting industry development across the region.”

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