MIAMI, FL — Seaboard Marine, LTD has awarded Lemartec the construction of their new maintenance facility at PortMiami. Seaboard Marine is a world-class ocean carrier with container shipping services between the United States, the Caribbean Basin, and Central and South America. In addition, Seaboard Marine’s primary operations include over 200,000 square feet of warehouse space in Miami for cargo consolidation and temporary storage, plus a ninety-acre terminal at PortMiami.
“We are thrilled to have been awarded by Seaboard Marine the construction of their new maintenance facility,” said Lemartec’s Co-Chairman, Guillermo Garcia-Tuñon. “Lemartec has been successfully effectuating its role as Construction Manager, working closely with the project stakeholders during pre-construction. Having transitioned into the construction phase, it is now our duty to deliver a top-notch facility that meets Seaboard Marine’s operation requirements.”
Seaboard Marine’s new facility includes the Maintenance Area, Parts Warehouse, Loading Dock, along with its auxiliary Offices, Computer Room, Bathrooms, Lounge, Lockers, Transformer and Switchgear Rooms.
Lemartec is a full-service, minority-owned EPC/EPCM, Design-Build, and Construction Management firm specializing in the design, procurement, and construction of projects for commercial and industrial applications. With a focus in the aviation, power and industrial market sectors, we strive to become the premier design-build firm within the industries we serve. Headquartered in Miami, Florida, the firm maintains international capabilities & strategic partnerships throughout the globe. Lemartec is an authorized builder of steel building solutions for world-class partner VP Buildings (Varco-Pruden) and a proud member of the National Minority Supplier Development Council. For more information, please visit www.lemartec.com.
About Seaboard Marine
Seaboard Marine is an ocean transportation company that provides direct, regular service between the United States and the Caribbean Basin, Central and South America. With a fleet of more than thirty vessels serving over thirty-five ports, Seaboard Marine has steadily developed into a trade leader in the Western Hemisphere.