This weekend and on Monday we pause as a nation to reflect and remember those who gave the ultimate sacrifice while serving The United States of America armed services. Rest In Peace and thank you for our FREEDOM. ... See MoreSee Less
Today we are recognizing another to retire. Randy Horner, Thank You for 22 years of service to the shipyard and all your legal advice to so many. You will be missed and we wish you a Happy Retirement! ... See MoreSee Less
Thankful and blessed beyond belief for our family of employees at Detyens Shipyards, Inc. If not for their hard work and dedication, we would not be the shipyard we are today. Enjoy your bonus checks Team Detyens, you've earned it. ... See MoreSee Less
Today we give thanks to our hourly employees who have earned a bonus check at their pay scale for a record breaking 300 hours or 7.5 weeks of pay! What an outstanding contribution, sacrifice and dedication to our customers.
Great place to work! I'm blessed to have this place as my work family. Thanks to all the guys and gals that come to visit us at the Medical Center and pharmacy, even though some of those times are from sickness. Hope all has a Happy and safe Thanksgiving
Phenomenal year...great effort and dedication. The future looks bright👍👍👍
I once worked there many years ago. Was a great place to work.
It was an outstanding year for sure. Thankful for all the hard work from all the people !
Wish i had a cut of that lol. Im here just as much....hahaha
The Jones act needs to stay in place as written
.most advocates for change don't throughly understand the intent or purpose
Milestone Monday. On October 25, 1995, Detyens Shipyards dry docked its 1st vessel at the Charleston Naval Shipyard. "It's the start of many a hope," said D. Loy Stewart, Sr. 24 yrs in & we are still delivering hope to our community & jobs for the U.S. Maritime industry. ... See MoreSee Less