Overview of STA
Stewart Technology Associates (STA) is an international engineering consultancy specializing in offshore and marine structures. STA was founded by Bil Stewart in 1986 and is based in Houston, Texas. Prior to forming STA Mr. Stewart was Vice President of DnV in the USA, responsible for all technical work of the Society in the USA.
STA has a wide range of clients from around the world, including major oil companies, drilling contractors, other engineering companies, government agencies, and financial institutions. Our company and our associates have extensive offshore experience in a multitude of engineering disciplines. This experience coupled with STA’s vast arsenal of state of the art engineering software and 2000 book technical library enables us to provide our clients with cutting edge engineering services.
STA works closely with Truston Technologies, Inc., and has a partnership in TRU-STA International. Our work in this partnership involves:
- Port Security Barriers
- Mooring Systems
- Ocean Systems Engineering and Construction
- Petroleum, Oils and Lubricants (POL) Systems
STA offers a wide range of Software, for the design and analysis of marine and offshore systems. STA also offers instrumentation design, provision and overview/review. Professional disciplines within STA include:
|Structural Engineering Naval Architecture Offshore Engineering Process Engineering with:
|Process Engineering Cost Estimation Civil and Mechanical Engineering Hydraulics and Fluid Mechanics Geotechnical Engineering with emphasis on Soil/Structure Interactions
STA also specializes in dynamic analysis and design of dynamically responsive systems in the marine environment.
STA is associated with Aryatech Marine & Offshore Service Pvt Ltd, a New Delhi, India, Marine and Offshore Engineering and Consultancy Company. Through this association STA and Aryatech are able to pool resources and enhance the services they provide to clients. Aryatech have supported STA with further development and customization of STA JACKLOAD, on-board stability analysis for jack-ups.