Leader in Marine Construction, we have been building high quality vessels for over 40 years.  We have everything you need to customize a vessel for your needs.  Our vessels are some of the most well known in the Pacific Coast Marine Industry.


900 ton capacity Marine Ways and 1200' river frontage with loading docks and floating docks for easy access. 




We are expanding our fabrication shop to a 50,000 square foot facility.  Our CNC Plasma/Oxy-fuel machine is capable of cutting parts to precise dimensions and shapes.

Our Machine shop has the equipment and space for all of your metalworking needs. Need a custom part machined? We can do it!


With a fully equipped shipyard, our welders and fitters have all the tools needed to complete projects with quality and efficiency.   


Our pipe fitters are fully equipped with all the tools for any job, whether it be hydraulics, plumbing or any other pipe fitting needs.


With a large sand blasting building and a lot of space, we can take on most large projects.


We have top of the line paint specialist and crew.  With a large paint shop that is fully equipped for most large paint or body repair projects.


We have a fully equipped carpentry shop with experience carpenters that can completely renovate your outdated or worn out interior.


We have an in-house fiberglass and foam crew for all of your fiberglass and foam needs.


Our experience electrical crew have the knowledge and ability to update or repair your electrical system.


Want your vessel customized for your needs? We have an excellent marine designer that can help you design your vessel to the specifications that you need.

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We’re an equal opportunity employer. All applicants will be considered for employment without attention to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, veteran or disability status.

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