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The Shipyard Edition
Shipyard gineering team; an experienced workforce. led by a seasoned dock and two large structures. In addition to new construction management team tightly focused on customer satisfaction. projects, Conrad completed a broad range of repairs, includ-
Each shipyard is equipped with computer-aided manufactur- ing hull repairs and painting; electrical, engine, piping and ing technology, covered manufacturing buildings, and lifting propeller repairs; and, maintenance and inspection on vessels capacity to handle demanding projects. Conrad Shipyard de- spanning multiple markets.
signs, builds and overhauls tugboats, ferries, liftboats, barges, offshore supply vessels, LNG vessels and other steel and alu- Detyens Shipyard minum products. It also provides repair, conversion and new Detyens Shipyards, Inc., located in Charleston, S.C. is a one construction services at its ? ve Gulf Coast shipyards strategi- of the largest commercial shipyards on the U.S. East Coast, cally located in southern Louisiana and Texas. The year 2019 positioned to service both blue- and brown-water ? eets. Dety- displayed diversity in product lines as Conrad delivered 61 ens provides emergency and scheduled maintenance and newbuilds, including 50 tank, deck, spud, crane and hopper repair work for both domestic and international operators, barges; ? ve LPG carriers; two tugs and one ATB tug; and, one including government and commercial vessels. The yard’s lo-
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