Andrew Lawrentjew – Manufacturing | Production | Machinery – Stanford Who’s Who Certified
Structural Engineering Expert Reaches Higher Levels Of Achievement With Bombardier Transportation
MELBOURNE, VICTORIA, AUSTRALIA, July 12, 2013 /Stanford Who’s Who/ -- Stanford Who’s Who proudly announces the addition of Andrew Lawrentjew to the distinguished ranks of professional individuals as a result of his extraordinary work in the field of structural engineering. As Senior Structural Engineer at Bombardier Transportation Australia, as well as throughout his entire career, Andrew has consistently demonstrated the dedication, vision, and skills required to be considered among the best.
Established in Berlin, Germany, Bombardier Transportation is a leading provider of rail technology boasting an impressive portfolio in the industry. Their products and services set new standards in sustainable mobility by protecting the environment, conserving energy, and improving total train performance. With rail solutions reaching more than 60 countries, Bombardier Transportation features a diverse customer base and over 100,000 installed vehicles worldwide. The organization specializes in automated people movers, light rail vehicles, metros, automated metros, automated monorails, high speed trains, intercity trains, commuter and regional trains, and other transportation systems and rail control solutions and services.
Andrew recently announced that the first tram of the series of 50 Flexity Melbourne trams has been proudly delivered to the customer (Department of Transport, Victoria) and the rest of the trams are expected to be delivered between 2013 and 2015.
Andrew Lawrentjew embraced his role as Senior Structural Engineer with Bombardier Transportation Australia in 2012 based on his extraordinary skills and expertise in stress and structural engineering. His responsibilities incorporate structural design and analysis, structural strength, and fatigue resistance, production support, and tram strength testing. His professional journey spans more than 30 years and commenced in 1983 with a design engineering position at V/Line where he spent 16 years of his career becoming a senior design and structural engineer.
Further advancing on the occupational ladder, Andrew assumed a full suite of stress engineering roles with Tenix Defence, Boeing Commercial Airplanes, GKN Aerospace, and Halcrow Pacific prior to his current capacity with Bombardier. Andrew’s proudest moments are associated with being a part of the Boeing team in Australia including his work with the world class project on the Boeing 787 Dreamliner, which involved the stress analysis of the Movable Trailing Edge (MTE) components of the wing.
In addition to his vast expertise acquired through his voluminous professional experience, Andrew Lawrentjew also obtained a Master’s Degree in Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering from Gdansk University of Technology in Poland. Evidencing his commitment to his line of business, he became a member of IEA - Engineers Australia, Aerospace Stress Engineers, Australian Engineering Professionals Network, and Stress and Structural Engineers Aerospace.
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