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With twelve locations and more than 2,500 workers Vigor is the leading provider of shipbuilding, ship repair and complex fabrication in the Pacific Northwest and Alaska. We build fishing boats, tugs, ferries, barges, fireboats, high performance combatant crafts and a variety of aluminum workboats. Our shipbuilding experts live for the challenge of delivering new vessels on time and on budget. If it floats, we repair it. From small fishing boats to the country’s largest catcher processors, from basic barges to state-of-the-art articulated tug and barge sets, from offshore supply vessels to floating drill rigs, and from aircraft carriers to cruise ships, Vigor’s ship repair teams can tackle any repair project, where our customers need us, when they need us. We fabricate heavy, high complexity projects from structural bridge girders to nuclear containment devices, from dam lift gates to space launch complex towers. We love to build. The tighter tolerance and the more complex the better. We're privately owned and publicly minded. We value training, hard work, and smart thinking. We hold every employee accountable for success: theirs, ours, and our customers. We minimize barriers and respond quickly to market conditions and customers' needs. We're serious about safety and environmental stewardship. Our companies share a common goal: providing world-class maritime and industrial services to support our customers and strengthen the communities where we live and work. Vigor: Industrial Evolution.
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