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Ship Building in the US Gulf Coast Region

Desired Careers at U.S. Shipyards

Posted to Ship Building in the US Gulf Coast Region (by Tyler LeCompte) on May 30, 2012

Desired jobs in the shipbuilding industry start at LEEVAC Shipyards, LLC, where we make it a point to hire employees who strive to provide the best and most efficient service possible – because our customers continue to be the driving force and axis upon which our company revolves.

U.S. Shipyards and U.S. Shipbuilding Expertise

Posted to Ship Building in the US Gulf Coast Region (by Tyler LeCompte) on May 30, 2012

There are numerous shipbuilding companies in the US but LEEVAC Shipyards has diversified their field of expertise to serve the needs of a number of maritime-related industries including the oilfield, gaming, fishing and more. Barge Vessel Construction…

Leevac Shipyards Serves a Wide Range of Industries

Posted to Ship Building in the US Gulf Coast Region (by Tyler LeCompte) on March 30, 2012

Over the years, LEEVAC has diversified their field of expertise to serve the needs of a number of maritime-related industries including the oilfield, gaming, fishing and more. Government, Military Sealift Command, and State run Ferry Boats - U.S. Coast Guard patrol boats, U.S.

Crown Riverboat Moved to Leevac Ship Yard

Posted to Ship Building in the US Gulf Coast Region (by Tyler LeCompte) on March 30, 2012

Three tugboats will pull the recently sold Crown riverboat from its Isle of Capri berth in Westlake to a temporary location down the Calcasieu Ship Channe. Destination? Leevac Ship yard in Lake Charles. Read more at American Press. Headquartered in southern Louisiana…

Leevac Creating Jobs in Louisiana

Posted to Ship Building in the US Gulf Coast Region (by Tyler LeCompte) on March 30, 2012

LEEVAC Shipyards, LLC (Jennings, Louisiana) - is expected to use a $667,324 U.S. Transportation grant to purchase a pipe and tube bending system that will bend pipes to the correct geometry required, eliminating the need to weld pipe sections by hand.