Austal Begins Final Assembly of JHSV 3

press release
Wednesday, April 25, 2012
The third Joint High Speed Vessel (JHSV) is taking shape on the waterfront.

JHSV 3 one of 5 Navy Vessels Under Construction at Austal USA.

 

The third Joint High Speed Vessel (JHSV) is taking shape on the waterfront. The first of 43 modules for JHSV 3 have been successfully transported from the Module Manufacturing Facility (MMF) and erected in the final assembly bay on the waterfront. The most recent module transported, at just under 90 percent complete, is 20,400mm long with a max width of 8,300mm and is 9,400mm high from keel to main deck. The module weighed just under 46MT at time of erection JHSV 3 is one of five Navy vessels currently under construction at Austal’s Mobile, Alabama shipyard.  Construction on JHSV 3 began in October 2011 and this module is one of the first that will be erected for the JHSV 3 Keel Laying Ceremony scheduled for May 3, 2012.
 

Austal was selected as prime contractor in November 2008 to design and build the first JHSV, with options for nine additional vessels expected to be exercised between FY09 and FY13 as part of a program potentially worth over US$1.6 billion. Austal has received construction contracts from the Navy for nine of the ten vessels.
 

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