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Participants in Norfolk Naval Shipyard’s Dry Dock 4 renovation groundbreaking Jan. 23 include, from left to right: Drew Quiroz, President, Asturian-Consigli JV; Stephanie Douglas, NAVSEA Director of Industrial Operations (SEA 04); John Rowe, Mayor, City of Portsmouth; Capt. Kai Torkelson, Commander, Norfolk Naval Shipyard; James Geurts, Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Research, Development and Acquisition); Congressman Robert “Bobby” Scott, 3rd District of Virginia; Cmdr. William Butler, NAVFAC Public Works Officer, Norfolk Naval Shipyard; Robert Fogel, Project Superintendent, Industrial Facilities and Equipment, Norfolk Naval Shipyard; and Stan Magann, Vice President, W.F. Magann Corporation.
200123-N-XX785-005.JPG Photo By: Shelby West, NNSY Photographer

NORFOLK NAVAL SHIPYARD, Portsmouth, Va. - Participants in Norfolk Naval Shipyard’s Dry Dock 4 renovation groundbreaking Jan. 23 include, from left to right: Drew Quiroz, President, Asturian-Consigli JV; Stephanie Douglas, NAVSEA Director of Industrial Operations (SEA 04); John Rowe, Mayor, City of Portsmouth; Capt. Kai Torkelson, Commander, Norfolk Naval Shipyard; James Geurts, Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Research, Development and Acquisition); Congressman Robert “Bobby” Scott, 3rd District of Virginia; Cmdr. William Butler, NAVFAC Public Works Officer, Norfolk Naval Shipyard; Robert Fogel, Project Superintendent, Industrial Facilities and Equipment, Norfolk Naval Shipyard; and Stan Magann, Vice President, W.F. Magann Corporation.


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