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MN 100 Market Leaders
Shipbuilding & Repair
Colonna’s Shipyard Conrad Shipyard a 1,000mt Marine Travelift. The total covered building un- newbuilds, including 50 tank, deck, spud, crane and hop- der roof at Colonna’s is approximately 240,000 square feet, per barges; ? ve LPG carriers; two tugs and one ATB tug; inclusive of 115,000 square feet of covered shipyard shop and, one dock and two large structures. In addition to new and storage space. construction projects, Conrad completed a broad range of repairs, including hull repairs and painting; electrical, en- gine, piping and propeller repairs; and, maintenance and inspection on vessels spanning multiple markets.
py Conrad Shipyard
For more than 70 years, Conrad Shipyard has been a name
Detyens to trust in shipbuilding. Operating ? ve shipyards located along the Louisiana/Texas Gulf Coast, Conrad offers new construc- tion, repair and conversion services. Founded by Parker Con-
rad in 1948, Conrad Shipyard has a reputation for on-time and on-budget delivery. Conrad employs an in-house engi- Detyens Shipyards, Inc., located in Charleston, S.C. neering team; an experienced workforce ? rmly committed to is a one of the largest commercial shipyards on the U.S. safety, quality, craftsmanship, integrity and service; and, is led East Coast, well positioned to service both blue and brown by a seasoned management team tightly focused on customer water ? eets. Detyens provides emergency and scheduled satisfaction. Each shipyard is equipped with computer-aided maintenance and repair work for both domestic and in- manufacturing technology, covered manufacturing buildings, ternational operators, including government and com- and lifting capacity to handle demanding projects. mercial vessels. The yard’s location in the deepwater Port
Conrad Shipyard designs, builds and overhauls tugboats, of Charleston offers deep draft repair berths, graving and ferries, liftboats, barges, offshore supply vessels, LNG ves- ? oating dry docks along with all the services one would sels and other steel and aluminum products. It also pro- ? nd at any modern ship repair facility. The Detyens Ship- vides repair, conversion and new construction services at yards facility offers three graving docks and with a capacity its ? ve Gulf Coast shipyards strategically located in south- of up to Panamax. In addition to the docks, the facility ern Louisiana and Texas. The company’s extensive port- also offers modern, enclosed shops for all crafts; eight 56- folio re? ects a wide diversity of quality vessels delivered ton gantry cranes (on a continuous rail system); four tower to commercial and government markets. The year 2019 cranes; rail access and over 8,000 ft of deepwater pier space displayed diversity in product lines as Conrad delivered 61 and a ? oating dry dock for smaller vessels.
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