Shipyard representation convenient to every major maritime region:
As the fabrication division of Vigor Industrial is building on its roots as US Barge and on its hundred-year heritage of shipbuilding for the U.S. Navy, Coast Guard and commercial owners and operators. US Fab works at Vigor’s leading facilities across the Pacific Northwest, with full access to VIGOR and Specialty Finishes drydocks, cranes, indoor machining and build bays and painting centers, as well as US Fab and Vigor’s expert workforce. Their unique multiple facilities allow them to build on your schedule. Their full-service structure lets them provide turnkey solutions from design through delivery.
US Fab crafts the ferries that move millions of people and millions of cars every year for the largest ferry system in the United States (and the fourth largest in the world). They are making plans to build innovative Offshore Patrol Cutters for the Coast Guard. US Fab builds fishing vessels and cargo ships. They work in any class and regulatory standards their customers require. At US Fab, they apply rugged innovation to everything from bridge supports to alternative energy systems like wave buoy platforms that capture energy from ocean waves: one hundred percent renewable with virtually zero impact. They fabricate land-based devices that turn landfill waste gases into electricity, as well as building world-class ocean-going, inland and specialty barges that move tons of goods with unsurpassed efficiency.
US Fab has a 60-acre center on Portland’s Swan Island and a 27-acre facility in Seattle’s Harbor Island offer 365-day build capacity with moderate climate and large indoor bays to protect materials, increase productivity and enable US Fab to stay on or beat your schedule.
West Coast U. S. - Portland, OR
Dock 1: 182 m x 27 m
Dock 3: 202 m x 35 m
Dock 5: 75 m x 43 m
West Coast U. S - Seattle, WA
Dock 1: 161 m x 27 m
Dock 3: 150 m x 41 m
Dock 10: 168 m x 28 m
Ketchikan, AK: (Alaska Ship & Drydock)
Dock 1: 140 m x 34 m
Dock 2: 69 m x 26 m