In the past 3 years NCI has painted over 15 Navy ships, including 2 Aircraft Carriers, 4 Helicopter Assault Ships, and a dozen Cruisers, Destroyers, and Amphibious Assault ships. These jobs can vary from over a year in length and cover almost the entire surface volume of the vessel or may include only a handful of interior tanks and voids. Regardless of the scope of the job NCI's hard-working expert crew put the same professionalism and tireless level of effort into each job.
NCI's Team in the Commercial and Industrial division preserved the interior of a 40 thousand gallon reclaimed water tank in a densely populated residential area of Redondo Beach. The experienced crew can now add this tank to the portfolio of jobs on land. We were able to overcome many challenges including a very limited lay down area. With the large tank so close to homes, noise restrictions, containment and safety were top priorities. The Cal Water Team and NCI's team worked closely to make sure it was done on time, and under budget.
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NCI's Team of experts completely preserves the hull and superstructure of USS Green Bay, adding the San Antonio-class to their portfolio of Navy ship types. NCI's expertise ensures that one of the Navy's newest amphibious assault ships will be able to ply the world's waterways for up to 5 years before her next scheduled dry-docking.
NCI paints and preserves USS Peleliu (LHA-5) one last time before the "Iron Nickel" (as the ship was known) makes her final deployment before decommissioning. NCI has painted the preserved the hulls, decks, and interior spaces of numerous "Big Decks" including USS Carl Vinson (CVN-70), USS Essex (LHD-2), USS Boxer (LHD-4), USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN-71), and many others... proving that no job is too big for NCI!
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