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Maritime Construction Shipyard Jobs in the U.S. are Booming

Posted to US Gulf Coast Shipyards (by on June 12, 2013

Among the fleet of U.S. Shipyards and shipbuilders emerges a consistent and trusted company from the Gulf region. LEEVAC is tireless in its commitment to grow the shipbuilding industry and is signing new contracts at record speed. Recently LEEVAC Shipyards Jennings, LLC, Jennings, LA, was happy to announce that it's signed contracts with Bay Houston Towing Co. and Suderman; Young Towing Company, each of Houston, TX, to create 2 (2) 80' x 38' x 16' Z-Tech 2400 class Terminal / Escort Tugs.

They are extremely excited to own this chance to start this partnership with firms like Bay Houston and Suderman; Young said LEEVAC. They have worked very closely with Mike Nigro of G&H Towing Company, can operate the tugs and believe that their combined efforts will position them to deliver these vessels on time and on budget. "These vessels will primarily service the escort and towing activity in our operations within the Ports of Houston and Galveston," said Mark Kuebler of Bay Houston Towing, Co. Suderman and Young noted, that after an in depth review method, they are happy to own selected LEEVAC Shipyards for this building program.

Construction for this Robert Allan style can begin immediately with delivery for the primary and second vessels slated in June 2013 and September 2013, respectively. LEEVAC Shipyards Jennings, LLC is a subsidiary of LEEVAC Shipyards, LLC, world class shipbuilders since 1965 specializing in new maritime construction of PSVs, OSVs, Tugs, Barges and Specialty Vessels.
 

"We Make It Happen" LEEVAC's Experience
Since their company has been a successful shipbuilding and repair operation for nearly fifty years, it nearly goes without saying they've got an unbelievable quantity of expertise. However, they will additional illustrate this truth by telling you that variety of their key management individuals are at LEEVAC for twenty, 30, even forty years or more. A number of their staff also are third and fourth generation shipbuilders, possessing the cumulative knowledge and experience gained over nearly a half century.

Having designed, engineered and repaired a good of vessels over the years, LEEVAC additionally possesses a good deal of information and knowledge specific to industries inside the maritime construction sector, from oil and gas to gaming, LEEVAC has the expertise and information to handle your Bureau of Shipping (ABS), US Coast Guard (USCG), International Maritime Organization (IMO), Bureau Veritas (BV), or any other regulatory desires. Experience with dynamic positioning (DP1, DP2, DP3), diesel electrical vessels, methanol systems, liquid mud, bulk mud, Z drives, split rudder systems, multi-point monitor systems, polar class, fiber optic wiring, painting technologies.

The shipbuilding facilities at LEEVACfeature state-of-the-art equipment and computer cutting technology housed in a controlled environment. LEEVAC represents the finest in steel fabrication and Gulf Coast Shipyards anywhere. Their modular construction is performed in a 130,000-square-foot covered fabrication area - which means virtually no weather delays to hold up projects, as well as providing a safer environment. This also allows them to get each job done quickly and efficiently, while maintaining their reputation for on time and on budget deliveries.

Find out more about LEEVAC’s shipyard jobs and maritime construction employment opportunities, and fill out our online application for employment.


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