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Wednesday, November 22, 2017

Three USACE Vessels Drydocked at Great Lakes Shipyard

October 30, 2015

  • Photo: Great Lakes Shipyard
  • Photo: Great Lakes Shipyard
  • Photo: Great Lakes Shipyard
  • Photo: Great Lakes Shipyard Photo: Great Lakes Shipyard
  • Photo: Great Lakes Shipyard Photo: Great Lakes Shipyard
  • Photo: Great Lakes Shipyard Photo: Great Lakes Shipyard

Great Lakes Shipyard announced it has been awarded a contract from the United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Detroit District for the drydocking and repairs of the Floating Plant, based at the Detroit Field Station.

 
The shipyard will perform routine drydocking, maintenance and repairs of the Tug Demolen, Crane Barge Veler and Deck Scow BC-6576. In addition to drydocking the vessels, the yard’s work includes underwater hull cleaning and maintenance; inspection of propulsion and steering systems; sea valves maintenance; bearing inspections; other routine cleaning, maintenance and repairs; as well as renewal of four large deck hatches on Veler.
 
This will be the first time the Detroit District Floating Plant has been drydocked using Great Lakes Shipyard’s 700 metric ton capacity Marine Travelift.
 
All three vessels were hauled out on October 26, 2015, and work has commenced immediately. The vessels are scheduled for redelivery to the USACE in mid-December.
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