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Barge Repair

If your barge is in need of repair, make sure you have it repaired by an experienced company. If not, you may end up spending more money down the line. There are many different types of barge repairs that need to be performed and it is essential that you get the help of a company you trust.
C&C Marine & Repair

C&C Marine & Repair, LLC is a company that specializes in barge repair, fabrication, and painting. They also provide shipbuilding services. The company serves customers in Louisiana. The company was founded in 1997. Their facilities include a 5,000-square-foot shop with 300 feet of waterfront bulkhead.

C&C Marine & Repair’s state-of-the-art facilities are located in Belle Chasse, Louisiana, and span 80 acres. The company’s 500,000-square-foot repair facility boasts the latest technology and equipment in the shipbuilding industry. The company employs skilled iron workers and USCG certified welders.

They offer a wide range of marine fabrication and repair services, including new vessel construction and barge stacking. With over 230,000 square feet of enclosed shop space, they are equipped to handle any marine project, from barge repair to new vessel construction. The company is part of The Shearer Group, Inc., which has a history in naval architecture and engineering.

C&C Marine & Repair is located on the Gulf Intracoastal Waterway in Belle Chasse, La., with a facility that can accommodate barges up to 320 feet long and 75 feet wide. It can complete a standard 30,000-barrel tank barge repair within seven to ten days.
Carver Marine

The Carver Marine barge repair facility is located in Albany County, New York. The company has been around for over 50 years. David Carver joined the company as a management trainee in 1987. He worked in several departments before being named Vice President and Director of Repair Administration. The company is now owned by General Dynamics.

In 1971, the company was based on Hancock Street in San Diego near the San Diego Sports Arena. In 1999, the company expanded to Mission Bay Marina. It later consolidated its operations into a bayfront 11-acre facility in National City, Calif. The facility featured a 100,000-square-foot enclosed building and over 1,400 feet of dock space. In 2013, it renamed itself Knight & Carver Maritime. The company was later sold to Marine Group Boat Works for $3 million.


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