Houston Ship Repair Busy With Work

—Literature Available Houston Ship Repair, Inc., headquartered in Channelview, Texas, operates facilities at Brady Island (Port of Houston), Galveston, Orange and Corpus Christi, Texas.

The company's Houston Ship Channel berth on Brady Island accommodates ships up to 780 feet, with full utilities, a 25-ton-capacity tower crane and complete workshops.

The Brady Island facility just completed topside repairs, lay-up and systems draining on the Chesapeake under a $299,985 contract from the Maritime Administration.

Additionally, the facility completed work on the tanker Mount Washington under a $549,000 contract awarded to Houston Ship Repair.

The Orange, Texas, facility offers two working berths that can accommodate ships up to 700 feet in length, has full utilities, a 50-toncapacity floating crane and complete fabrication and machine shops.

The company's Galveston facility handles full topside repair, cleaning and oil spill clean-up services.

At Houston Ship Repair, experienced and reliable personnel handle all phases of ship repair, diesel repair and reconditioning (the company is a licensed service representative for MAN B&W Diesel and Sulzer engines), electric motor rewinding and trouble-shooting, cleaning, exterior painting, and tank lining.

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Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 86,  Jun 1988

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