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The Shipyard Edition
Air Products nitrogen generators
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“We see opportunities in offshore wind as the driver for growth in the coming year,” said Blount. “The offshore mar- ket has been off to a slow start due to permitting issues but
ZZZDLUSURGXFWVQR this market will develop into a robust market for a variety of vessels.”
Colonna’s Shipyard in Norfolk, Va. is a family-owned, full-service vessel repair and service facility that serves ev- erything from workboats to oceangoing ships, in business for 145 years since 1875. Today the company offers diverse industrial capabilities: Colonna’s Steel America Division is a custom steel fabrication shop and large-scale machining service provider with complex mechanical and electrical capabilities. Colonna’s Down River Division is the rapid repair division of Colonna’s, designed to mobilize outside the gate on a 24/7 basis for pier-side and underway emer- gencies, or preplanned voyage repairs. Now encompass- ing more than 100 acres, Colonna’s has three ? oating dry docks, one Marine Railway, and a 1,000mt Marine Trav- elift. The total covered building under roof at Colonna’s is approximately 240,000 sq. ft., inclusive of 115,000 sq. ft. of covered shipyard shop and storage space.
Conrad Shipyard has been in business for more than seven decades, and today it operates ? ve shipyards lo- cated along the Louisiana/Texas Gulf Coast, offering new construction, repair and conversion services. Founded by
Parker Conrad in 1948, Conrad employs an in-house en-
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