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New digs at Marinette Marine cap $74M upgrade

Aim is to streamline production for Navy combat ships

8:29 AM, May 21, 2013
Marinette Marine Corporation finishes $74 million ...
Marinette Marine Corporation finishes $74 million ...: Marinette Marine Corporation celebrations the completion of $74 million in renovations to their shipbuilding facilities on Monday.
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The clank of steel on steel resumed shortly after the speeches faded as workers returned to the task of building structures for one of the U.S. Navy's future Littoral Combat Ships.

Marinette Marine Corp. and area officials on Monday celebrated the completion of a $74 million investment at the shipyard with the dedication of a 29,000-square-foot building. The upgrades are aimed at streamlining production and increasing efficiencies.

The building, the Grand Module Construction building, is one of the yard's five newly built or expanded facilities since 2010. Its completion marks the end ...

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