TME Presents: Lessons Learned from the Shiplift Expansion at Coast Guard Yard

You’ve read the article; now learn the rest of the story. Take a deeper look into “Lessons Learned from the Shiplift Expansion at Coast Guard Yard,” published in the May-June 2022 issue of TME.

Coast Guard Yard in Baltimore, Md., has served the Coast Guard for more than a century in building, repairing, and renovating ships. Today, it is the service’s sole shipyard and an essential part of the core industrial fleet support operations. To address modern demands, a complex heavy construction project was carried out to expand the dry-dock platform and increase shipyard capacity by 30 percent, but delivering this project required overcoming numerous unforeseen site conditions and close coordination with shipyard operations.

“Lessons Learned from the Shiplift Expansion at Coast Guard Yard” was originally published in The Military Engineer May-June 2022 issue.

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