Marine Joiner Contractors

Wednesday, September 01, 1999
Mark A. Robicheaux, Inc., Marine Joiner Contractors, located in Morgan City, La., provides custom marine joiner services. Two companies have been added to the service family to provide more complete and controlled joiner packages. Robicheaux Manufacturing offers custom/modular yacht and plastic laminate marine furniture and millwork, and Robicheaux Insulation Systems provides insulation installations for the marine, industrial and offshore industries. The contracting segment of the business has completed marine projects, including offshore living quarters, jack-up marine vessel quarters, workboat and crewboat interiors, dive boat interiors and dinner cruise, yacht and casino vessel interiors. Robicheaux Manufacturing can provide a more detailed finished product while controlling the design of each piece of furniture of millwork for a fully integrated system. Templates can be pulled for a fully custom piece of furniture or "ready to set in place" modular furniture can be provided for standard installation. Robicheaux Insulation Systems has the knowledge and state-of-the-art equipment to custom design and install insulation systems to meet the most demanding requirements, the company says. Project goals can include thermal protection, minimizing heat gain, personnel protection or thermal conservation.
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