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Proposals are sought from the ship- building/ship repair industry to utilize facil- ities at the Boston Marine Industrial Park.
The BMIP offers:
A Fully Operational 21 Acre Ship Repair
Facility • 678 foot graving dock • 2 piers up to 900' long • 200,000 square feet of offices and repair shops
A Complete Berthing Facility For Up To 600 Persons • 76,000 square feet building equipped to meet all current Navy regulations • 2 complete galleys
An Adjacent 13 Acre Site Including: • 300,000 square feet of building space • the longest (1152') graving dock on the
Atlantic and Gulf Coasts • 2 berths up to 900' long
Plus Opportunities to Use and Develop An- other 1 Million Square Feet of Land and 485,000 Square Feet of Building Space
The Boston Marine Industrial Park (for- merly the South Boston Naval Annex) is the new home for industry in Boston. Acquired in 1977, the BMIP has undergone extensive rehabilitation and now employs a workforce of over 1,000. The BMIP's Job Training
Center offers instruction in welding, metal fabrication, electronics and other marine- related skills.
The BMIP has an unbeatable location, less than 2 miles from downtown Boston, only 15 minutes from Logan International Airport.
Singly or in combination, BMIP facilities are now available to one or more companies engaged in the ship repair/ship building or other marine-related industry.
Call us for further information:
Mr. John R. Dalziel
Economic Development and Industrial
Corporation of Boston 18 Tremont Street — Suite 300
Boston, MA 02108 (617) 725-3300
BOSTON MARINE INDUSTRIAL PARK
Kevin H. White, Mayor, City of Boston 62
Frank Bronstein, Chairman, EDIC/Boston
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