New Construction

Our new construction facilities are second to none. Bollinger has made significant investments in facility modernization; improving productivity through implementation of Lean manufacturing initiatives designed to further improve quality, eliminate waste, and optimize work flow arrangements to improve worker efficiency.

With over 629,000 sq. ft. of total available “under roof” processing and fabrication shops, our spacious facilities are designed to accommodate both one-off and short run series vessel construction, or we can optimize our facility for long series manufacture of multiple, complex vessel designs. Using state of the industry technologies, our highly automated materials processing capabilities and Lean processes help us to better manage costs resulting in increased value and savings for our customers.

If you are looking for the highest quality of workmanship, coupled with the latest technology and modern manufacturing processes in a company which stands behind its name, look no further than Bollinger Shipyards. We are America’s shipbuilders of the future.

Since 1984, Bollinger has designed and built over 175 high-speed patrol U.S. Coast Guard vessels and today is building the U.S. Coast Guard’s latest patrol boats, the 154-foot Sentinel Class – Fast Response Cutters. Our success designing and building high-performance patrol boats, delivered on time and on budget for the U.S. Government, is unmatched by any domestic shipyard. At Bollinger, we take pride in our reputation for quality and performance in the vessels we build.

Our new construction programs include both commercial customers, and U.S. Military and Government programs. With over 600 vessels built to date, Bollinger has delivered a wide variety of commercial vessels including:

Tugboats Offshore Supply Vessels
OPA ’90 Tank Barges Multi-Purpose Vessels
Offshore and Inshore Barges Lift Boats
Articulated Tug Barge Units Dredges
Crewboats Drilling Rigs
Power Barges Casino Vessels
Pushboats Oil Skimmers
Other Special Purpose Vessels