Fagioli Assists as Canadian Patrol Vessel Blocks are Rolled Out at Irving's Halifax Shipyard – Heavy Lift News
21 Aug 2023

Fagioli Assists as Canadian Patrol Vessel Blocks are Rolled Out at Irving’s Halifax Shipyard

Last week, Fagioli Canada Team were in action at the Halifax Shipyard hall when three mega blocks of the future HMCS Frédérick Rolette were rolled out of the Module Hall at Halifax Shipyard.

 

 

This exciting milestone marked the significant progress on the fifth Arctic and Offshore Patrol Ship built for the Royal Canadian Navy | Marine royale canadienne.

 

 

The centre mega block of the future HMCS Frédérick Rolette was successfully rolled out of the Module Hall to begin the final stages of construction.

 

 

The aft mega block of the future HMCS Frédérick Rolette has been rolled out to join the centre mega block for further outfitting. Soon, the bow mega block will make its way from the Module Hall to form AOPS #5.

 

 

The future HMCS Frédérick Rolette. The bow mega block has been successfully rolled to form the fifth Arctic and Offshore Patrol Ship. 1,000 tonnes of steel, created through thousands of hours of work by over 2,300 teammates.

 

 

 Congratulations to the crew of the future HMCS William Hall, Canada’s fourth Arctic and Offshore Patrol Vessel on a safe and successful Sea Trials.

 

Irving Shipbuilding is currently close to delivering the future HMCS Frédérick Rolette, Canada’s fifth Arctic and Offshore Patrol Vessel to the Royal Canadian Navy | Marine royale canadienne later this summer.

 

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Fagioli’s transport and load out operations for the Canadian shipbuilding industry at Irving’s Halifax Shipyard  for the series of Arctic and Offshore Patrol Vessels built there for the Royal Canadian Navy (photograph courtesy of Fagioli Canada)

 

 

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