With more than 15 years of experience, Van Gundy has played an integral role in advancing Crowley’s growing engineering and design services in maritime and offshore wind services to elevate alternative energy as a transportation solution. He has been in both vessel- and shore-based operational roles in engineering and
led maritime development, construction and maintenance services as well as served as an engineering leader for vessel operations. Van Gundy was instrumental in the design of the all-electric
tugboat platform to be used first in the U.S., the eWolf, Crowley’s zero-emission ship assist tug currently under construction. Van Gundy holds a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering with a U.S. Coast Guard license from the California Maritime Academy, where he also later earned a master’s degree in transportation and engineering management in 2016. Van Gundy holds a Project Management Professional credential and maintains his U.S. Coast Guard engineering license.