Avondale Shipyards Division of New Orleans, under subcontract from Ingalls Shipbuilding Division, will perform the major work that is required in the drydocking of the battleship Wisconsin (BB 64), including the pumping out, gas freezing, repairing, and all of the coating of the ship's fuel and water tanks, replacement of propellers, inspection and repair of the shafts and rudders, and the inspection and repair of the sea chests and sea valves.
In addition, the entire exterior of the ship's hull will be recoated.
The Wisconsin will be docked in Avondale's 81,000-ton floating drydock using the techniques that were previously used to dock the battleship Iowa, which safeguard the vessel from fire and other dangers involved in this type of work.
At its peak, the work will provide employment for about 1,150 workers.
When Avondale completes its work at the end of this year, the Wisconsin will then be towed to Ingalls in Pascagoula, Miss., for the remainder of its reactivation work.
Avondale's reactivation work adds to its backlog of six T-AO 187 Class Fleet Oilers and five LSD-41 Class Landing Ship Docks.
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.8-million contract option with Ingalls Shipbuilding division of Litton in Pascagoula, Miss., for the reactivation and modernization of the battleship Wisconsin (BB-64). The option is part of a contract awarded to the shipyard earlier, and is in addition to the $1 million received at that time to beginning th
, he was assistant product manager-hydraulic products. Mr. Nordquist holds a mechanical e n g i n e e r i n g degree from the University of Wisconsin- Madison, and an MBA degree in business administration from the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh
provides detailed specifications on the broad line of stainless-steel and specialty alloys available for centrifugally cast parts from Wisconsin Centrifugal, Waukesha, Wis., a leading U.S. producer of centrifugal castings for original equipment manufacturers. The brochure contains data
240-ton tug after it sank in the Port of Green Bay, Wis. The marine construction and salvage company that was called to raise the tug consulted with Wisconsin Lifting Specialists Inc., a Slingmax dealer in Milwaukee, Wis., who recommended using Kevlar® Twin- Path slings over traditional wire rope slings
result of the combining of three companies who were engaged in similar activities. Over time, Lidgerwood purchased the Superior Iron Works of Superior, Wisconsin and Mundy Hoisting of Newark, NJ. Now all manufacturing and administrative activities of Superior-Lidgerwood-Mundy are accomplished at Superior,
a diverse base of high quality suppliers for the underwater industry. The Company: 2G Engineering is a privately owned company located in Southern Wisconsin. It incorporated in 2005 by founders Hal and Taylor Glenn. It has been expanding its engineering expertise throughout the years by tackling diverse
, U.S. Atlantic Fleet; Vice Adm. William H. Rowden, USN, Commander, Naval Sea Systems Command; Under Secretary of the Navy, H. Lawrence Garret III; Wisconsin Congressman Les Aspin, Chairman of the House Armed Services Committee; Wisconsin Senator Robert Kasten; Sturgeon Bay Supervisor of Shipbuilding
The Merrimac Ferry, which crosses the Wisconsin River between Sauk and Columbia counties, is Wisconsin's only free ferry. It shuttles WIS 113 traffic between Okee on the east bank and Merrimac on the west. In the 150 plus years that a ferry has operated at this location it has been propelled by muscle
Specification RR-C271D Type IV A, Grade A, Class 3. An Historic Selection Last year, UPC was selected to supply its fenders for WWII battleship USS Wisconsin's arrival at Norfolk, Va.-based Nauticus Pier. Known as the last of the great battleships, the 887 ft. (270.3 m) historic ship was welcomed to
States. In addition to the U.S.S. Iowa (BB-61), the class includes the U.S.S. New Jersey (BB- 62), the U.S.S. Missouri (BB-63), and the U.S.S. Wisconsin (BB-64). The ships were originally commissioned between 1943 and 1944, were in active status during both World War II and the Korean conflict
, Ely Street, Marinette, Wis. 54143. It is the latest of several management positions Mr. Derusha has held during his 20 years with the Wisconsin shipbuilder. Most recently, he served as vice president of engineering. The appointment is in keeping with recent expansion of production operations
academy’s values and degree in business management from headquarters. A seasoned executive, mission set. Making it all possible, in the University of Wisconsin, and an Downey has extensive senior-level ex- part, were industry sponsors such as MBA from Marquette University. perience building and managing
– building our company’s Company and Fincantieri Bay Shipbuilding of Sturgeon Bay, ? rst ship since 1981 – we knew it was critical to choose the Wisconsin. The new River-Class, self-unloading bulk carrier right partners. Fincantieri Bay Shipbuilding is the shipyard will be the ? rst ship for U.S
costs of food damages to im- Lake Pepin Backwater Complex proved recreational opportunities. Projects were qualita- Location: Upper Mississippi River, Wisconsin tively ranked as “Positive-Neutral-Negative.” Summary: Dredged material from Lower Pool 4 will The top 10 projects emerged from the second sort
of project engineer and proj- ous 19 serving as rental sales manager Marad Issues RFP for Long ect management experience within a for southeastern Wisconsin. Awaited NSMV shipyard environment. Additionally, The Maritime Administration Four Students Receive EBDG hired Julie Schoenberg as the (MARAD)
ca- found, a 3,500 year old discovery in Turkey. bles for U.S. Navy submarines. The company regularly over- BIRNS connecters were in the University of Wisconsin’s molds terminated connectors—made by BIRNS and by oth- Physical Sciences Laboratory for the IceCube Neutrino Proj- ers—to cable, per customer requests
corporate headquarters are located in Itasca, IL and their manufacturing, engineering and research and development operations are in Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin, and Janesville, Iowa. According to Fireboy-Xintex, nothing has changed – just the addition of still more industry contacts, opportu- nities and
all LCA members. The 2016 singular cost is worth a closer look: it increas- es to $263,000 in 2022 because of in-place rate increases. Conversely, in Wisconsin, the POTW for the City of Su- perior, on Lake Superior, has available capacity – but the plant is designed for 4 million gallons/day. Rayburn estimated
the one and a half times the size of a DDG monohull Freedom-variant at Fincantieri 51– it has 1/50th the radar cross section Marinette Marine in Wisconsin, while of an Arleigh Burke. Austal USA is building trimaran Inde- pendence variants at Mobile, Ala. Aegis Cruisers Concurrently the Navy is developing
showing their age and in dire need of repairs. Thanks to the recent approval of a USDOT FASTLANE grant along with State funding ac- quired through the Wisconsin Harbor Assistance Program across the country. In the ? rst call for FASTLANE grants, (HAP), ? nancial support for revitalization is now ? rmly
its global headquarters in Fond growing with share gains, particularly in River at nearly 80 mph anchor you are anchored in place despite du Lac, Wisconsin, Mercury Marine is the outboard segment.” in a 39-ft. Cigarette boat the swirl of forces around the boat. a pure maritime power and supply play
received a PhD in Civil career at Teledyne RD Instruments and Environmental Engineering from (TRDI) located in San Diego. During the University of Wisconsin in 1986. this career he has worked as an He started his career in the U.S. assembler, technician, customer before coming back to France to join
House Total Lubmarine Another busy winter for Fincantieri Bay Laborde to distribute Joore Swartz Hubert Shipbuilding (FBS) in Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin Bukh engines. low sulphur regulations by supplying it ed new manufacturing buildings and ad- Palau Ship Registry Opens Piraeus HQ with LNG, 0.5
Zeppelin Power Systems. And, of particular note, Opti- marin has secured a two-system contract with Fincantieri Bay Shipbuilding (FBS) in Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin. The agreement, which will see two 500 m³/hour capacity Op- timarin Ballast Systems (OBS) ? tted on a newbuild single clean products barge, underlined
Manitowoc consultancy BMT Fleet are already understood to be endurance cutters, now up to 50 years old,” the Service Marine Group and its two yards in Wisconsin, includ- working on project documents for a Canadian “arctic says. A Coast Guard management unit called OPC PRO ing the Marinette Marine that built
than a year at all? long and we ? nalized the purchase in I think the tide is turning, and the State the spring of 2016. It started out as a of Wisconsin is working hard to let the request to rent some warehouse space, younger generation know that it’s okay and it turned into an acquisition of build- to
In Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin ? nd ‘The Best Kept Secret in Shipbuilding’ By Greg Trauthwein In 2009, Italian shipbuilding giant Fincantieri S.p.A, purchased the assets of the Manitowoc Marine Group; which included Bay Shipbuilding Company. Located in Sturgeon Bay, Wis., Bay Shipbuilding was the “feather
USCG ing from MMI, Schneider moved back members both ashore and at sea, and Caleb King comes on board as man- ager SHEQ/Compliance Director. home to Wisconsin and went looking relief for USCG members and their King will be responsible for safety, for her ? rst job. Her resume was turned families during
the result of the combining of three companies who were 302 Grand Avenue engaged in similar activities. Over time, Lidgerwood pur- Superior, Wisconsin 54880 chased the Superior Iron Works of Superior, Wisconsin Telephone: (715) 394-4444 and Mundy Hoisting of Newark, NJ. Now all manufactur- E-mail:
and support ated on measurable export growth, inno- is the addition of a Geo-Fencing fea- from GPLINK along with generating vation and contributions to Wisconsin’s ture that tracks propulsion fuel con- customizable reports for fuel consump- economy and trade development. In sumed through various geographic
,177 2004 Maersk Line Ltd-USA N N Y N Y 9342176 MAERSK PITTSBURGH Containership 74,642 84,676 2008 Maersk Line A/S Y Y N N Y 9193252 MAERSK WISCONSIN Containership 50,698 62,441 2000 Maersk Line A/S Y Y N N Y 7907996 MAHIMAHI Containership 41,036 30,825 1983 Matson Navigation Co Inc
dredge in J.F. Brennan Com- pany’s ? eet. It joins eight other dredges manufactured by DSC Dredge, LLC. The dredge is shown here in Brennan’s LaCrosse, Wisconsin, “yard.” 5,000 feet via pipeline from the dredge to one of two onsite containment areas. A DSC booster pump was placed 2,000 feet from the dredge
Brennan’s Environmental Division man- ager, was quickly put into service to perform in Brennan’s numerous dredging projects. Founded in 1919, La Crosse, Wisconsin-based J.F. Bren- nan has long been involved with marine construction and environmental remediation for inland waterways through- out the United
CBR trains in US in 2013: 28,000 barrels Oil spillage from CBR trains in US in 2014: 1,740 barrels On the Upper Mississippi River – near La Crosse, Wisconsin – empty cars go up and full cars come down to Louisiana r
74,642 84,676 2008 Maersk A/S Y Y N N Y 9305300 MAERSK UTAH Containership 50,686 61,454 2006 Maersk A/S Y Y N N Y 9193252 MAERSK WISCONSIN Containership 50,698 62,441 2000 Maersk A/S Y Y N N Y 7907996 MAHIMAHI Containership 41,036 30,825 1983 Matson Navigation Co