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Building the Shipyards the Nation Needs

The Navy's four public shipyards need substantial recapitalization and reconfiguration in order to improve the timely return of ships and submarines back to the fleet following maintenance and modernization, which in turn supports the combat readiness of the Navy the nation needs.

Naval Sea Systems Command's Shipyard Infrastructure Optimization Program (SIOP) is a comprehensive, 20-year, $21-billion effort to modernize infrastructure at the four naval shipyards through:

  • Performing critical dry dock repairs.
  • Restoring and optimally placing shipyard facilities.
  • Replacing aging and deteriorating capital equipment.

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Building a Shipyard the Nation Needs: NNSY’s New Industrial Waste Water Treatment Plant (IWTP)
Norfolk Naval Shipyard (NNSY) held a groundbreaking ceremony for a new Industrial Wastewater Treatment Plant (IWTP) Nov. 4. The participants in the ceremony were front row participants, left to right, were Nicole Bulgarino, Ameresco, Executive Vice President, RDML Howard Markle, Commander, NNSY, and Public Works Officer, Capt. Bill Butler. The back row, left to right, Jill Wild, Director, Code 106, NNSY’s Mascot, Yardbird Sam, ENS Marc Rappe, Construction Manager. The IWTP is part of an Energy Savings Performance Contract (ESPC) that will provide critical energy and infrastructure upgrades and improve energy efficiency at NNSY. This project is a part of the Shipyard Infrastructure Optimization Program (SIOP), a 20-year, $21 billion program dedicated to completely refurbishing the nation’s four public shipyards by modernizing equipment, improving workflow and upgrading dry docks and facilities.
Nov. 4, 2020 - Norfolk Naval Shipyard (NNSY) kicked off its next Shipyard Infrastructure Optimization Program

Breaking Ground: NNSY’s Shipyard Infrastructure Optimization Program (SIOP) and the Dry Dock Floodwall Protection Improvements Project
Norfolk Naval Ship Yard (NNSY) held a groundbreaking ceremony for its Dry Dock Floodwall Protection Improvements Project Nov.4.  The participants in the ceremony were, front row participants, left to right, George Clarke, Owner, Mid-Eastern Builders, RDML Howard Markle, Commander, NNSY, and David Cortinas, Program Manager, Moffatt & Nichol Engineers. The back row were, left to right, NNSY’s Mascot, Yardbird Sam, Bill House, NNSY Construction Manager and Capt. Bill Butler, Public Works Officer.  The $43.6 million project will protect the small docks and their associated facilities, infrastructure, and equipment from flooding from the Elizabeth River.  This project is a part of the Shipyard Infrastructure Optimization Program (SIOP), a 20-year, $21 billion program dedicated to completely refurbishing the nation’s four public shipyards by modernizing equipment, improving workflow and upgrading dry docks and facilities.
Nov. 4, 2020 - Norfolk Naval Shipyard (NNSY) took another step in the Shipyard Infrastructure Optimization Program

Navy seeks public input on planned Pearl Harbor shipyard improvement projects
Sept. 23, 2020 - The Navy’s Shipyard Infrastructure Optimization Program (SIOP) took another step forward Sept. 15

Portsmouth Shipyard Opens Renovated Insulators Shop
Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, Kittery, Maine:  A Ribbon Cutting Ceremony was held on 22 June 2020 to official complete the new home of the Shop 57 Insulators in building 166.  Pictured (l to r):  Pipe Shop Superintendent Brian Donnell, Shipyard Commander Capt. Daniel Ettlich, Public Works Officer Cmdr. Doug Herrin, and Structural Associates Project Manager Greg Halsey.
July 1, 2020 - Portsmouth Naval Shipyard officially opened the renovated Building 166 for the Shop 57 Insulation

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