BEEVER JOINS EMBRAER EXECUTIVE JETS TO HEAD INTERIOR DESIGN
Melbourne, Fl, July 5, 2012 – Embraer Executive Jets named Jay Beever as Vice President Interior Design adding to the Company’s growing team of engineers and designers at its headquarters in Melbourne, FL.
“The addition of Jay Beever to our already excellent design staff is a further indication of our commitment to developing unique aircraft interiors that best serve the needs of our customers,” said Marco Túlio Pellegrini, COO and Senior Vice President Operations, Embraer Executive Jets. “It comes as we are opening a new design studio for the Legacy 650 and Lineage 1000 at our Melbourne Customer Center and introducing the 2012 Edition of the Legacy 650 with its new, refined interior. Jay’s long experience in interior design and engineering in the aerospace and automobile industries will complement this work and take Embraer Executive Jet interiors to the next step.”
Beever is well known in the business aviation and automotive industries for his interior work for high-end, luxury products at Gulfstream Aerospace and Ford Motor Company. Beever’s work as interior design manager in the New Product Development Department at Gulfstream
included interiors for the Gulfstream 650, the G450 and G550 as well as overseeing the design and construction of a new design studio for the company. He also developed several design enhancements for automobiles at Ford
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