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Walashek Industrial & Marine, Inc. (WIM) was founded in 1986. During its history, WIM has earned a reputation for quality service at reasonable prices. The company has grown from an organization strictly specializing in boiler repair to one that presently provides a full range of ship repair and commercial construction services. The services regularly range from the construction of a steam power plant for ICF Kaiser Hanford Company (as general contractor) to shipboard repairs of commercial and government vessels. WIM has experienced and qualified personnel with proven abilities to effectively manage projects of any size. WIM has expended its resources to qualify its fabrication and welding procedures with the regulatory agencies of the US Navy, USCG, ABS, and ASME. As a prime contractor, WIM provides first-class project management of its own resources as well as those of its team of qualified and experienced subcontractors.

WIM’s corporate headquarters is in Norfolk, Virginia and has additional operational maintenance facilities in San Diego, California, Berkley, California, Seattle, Washington, Mobile, Alabama & Charleston, South Carolina.

WIM personnel are experienced in the following areas:

Project Management

Complete overhaul and repair of both main and auxiliary boilers

Machinery/mechanical/hydraulic equipment overhaul and repair

Piping System fabrication, modification and repair; full shop facilities

Aluminum structure repair; specialty welding

Boiler cleaning, high pressure lancing

Heat exchanger/condenser repair, cleaning, and overhaul

Pumps, valves and piping repairs and installations; process piping

Heat treating/stress relieving

American Society for Nondestructive Testing (ASNT) NDT Inspectors

Approved NAVSEA QMS / AIT

Certified ASME Repairs & Alteration Repair “R” Stamp Certificate by National Board of Boilers and Pressure Vessel Inspectors

NAVSEA approved Agreement for Boat Repair (ABR)

ABS Certified welders

24 hours a day 7 days a week response time upon notification