Back Cove’s New Lead Project Engineer

We are excited to announce that Joshua St. Germain has been promoted to Lead Project Engineer.

Josh will take a leading role in the planning, scheduling, and execution of complex technical projects within the Back Cove Engineering Department. Josh’s judgment will be critical to the successful implementation of the challenging assignments required to maintain Back Cove’s outstanding reputation in the industry.

In the nearly five years that Josh has been on the Engineering Team, he has been instrumental in engineering new models and introducing them to production. He will continue to validate new product design during prototyping, support production, and make improvements to our products; all things at which Josh has proven to excel during his time on our team. Josh’s knowledge and enthusiasm for all marine products make him a perfect candidate to grow with our company and to assume more leadership within our technical team.

Our sincerest congratulations to Josh!

Back Cove's New Lead Project Engineer
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3 Responses to Back Cove’s New Lead Project Engineer

  1. Joe Ann McKay says:

    We are so excited to hear about Josh’s promotion. We’ve known Josh and his family for many years. You couldn’t find a better person to represent Back Cove. We just became part of the Back Cove family ourselves earlier this month when we purchased our Back Cove 41 Tooll’n Around.

    Congratulations Josh! We hope to see you in Maine this summer.

    Sam & Joe Ann McKay

  2. Marcia Smokler says:

    Very very proud of you, Josh. You have certainly accomplished and sealed a promising and exciting career. Good for you and all my best wishes going forward.

  3. Charles Bove says:

    Hi Josh;
    All good wishes for a continued successful career!
    With your talents, you are sure to climb the steps of your career quickly & proficiently.
    Hope to see you soon.

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