NY Steel Fabrication, Hudson River Pier, Direct Transloading, Steel Design & Fabrication


New York Steel Fabrication, Steel Design, Hudson River Pier, Hudson River Shipyard, Steel Bridge Fabrication

National Association of Government Contractors  

National Association of Government Contractors  


845 562 0860 • 401 S. WATER STREET • NEWBURGH • NY 12553

Gearing up for the new classes of submarines
- New London Day, Published: August 19, 1976

Both the Submarine Base and General Dynamics-Electric Boat are investing millions of dollars in facilities for the Navy’s new 688-class and Trident submarines. Construction is underway, at left, on a 420-foot pier to berth the 688-class fast attack subs which will be homeported at the base. It is a major part of a $6.5-million contract with C.W. Blakeslee and Sons of New Haven for waterfront renovations. Richard Pignatoro, foreground, is testing the strength of the pilings. Above, a section of a floating launch pontoon built for the new Trident graving dock at EB is launched at the Newburgh, N.Y. shipyard of Steel Style. The section, measuring 250 by 90 feet, will be joined to another piece of similar size launched in March. The completed 500-foot pontoon then will be floated down the Hudson River to EB, where it will be fitted into the $30 million graving dock.

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