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Bldg. 2 Ribbon Cutting at Portsmouth Naval Shipyard
220330-N-TT535-018.JPG Photo By: Jim Cleveland

PORTSMOUTH NAVAL SHIPYARD, Maine - KITTERY, ME. March 30, 2022, Portsmouth Naval Shipyard cut the ribbon March 30 at Building 2, one of the oldest facilities at the shipyard (circa 1864), after completing major renovations. Pictured (r to l) cutting the ribbon: Shipyard Commander, Capt. Michael Oberdorf; Commander, Naval Facilities Engineering Systems Command - Atlantic, Rear Adm. Lore Aguayo; Nutmeg Companies, Inc. Mr. Jason Bugbee; Shipyard Nuclear Engineering and Planning Manager, Mr. Stephen Fahey, SES; and Oak Point Associates, Mr. Peter MacGovern. The Building 2 project provides a modern three story support facility while maintaining the historic character-defining architectural features of the original building. Building 2 is now a practical, and functional facility with improved ship servicing adjacencies and better day-to-day work flow, helping to increase productivity and to create a team building working environment. (U.S. Navy photo by Jim Cleveland/Released)


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