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Burger Boat expects to hire 50 new individuals

Shipbuilder lands federal vessel contract

8:56 PM, Jul. 10, 2013
With an expected launch of fall 2014, the Grayling will perform fisheries research for the U.S. Geological Survey.
With an expected launch of fall 2014, the Grayling will perform fisheries research for the U.S. Geological Survey.
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Burger Boat Co. expects to add up to 50 individuals to construct the Grayling, a large fisheries research vessel for the U.S. Geological Survey.

Kurt Newman of the USGS's Great Lakes Science Center said Wednesday the Government Accountability Office had upheld the awarding to Burger the $5.59 million contract for the 78-foot, steel-hulled vessel with an expected launch into the Manitowoc River in fall 2014.

Protests filed in April by one or more losing bidders had prompted a GAO review of the contract. "I was very impressed with the package Burger Boat provided and I just think we made the ...

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