Our parent company, Lyman-Morse Boatbuilding, was founded in 1978 as a custom power and sailing yacht builder. With each custom yacht comes a unique set of requirements, each with their own personality and specifications. Lyman-Morse Fabrication was born from that need to have custom, high-quality, durable, and beautiful hardware for extreme marine environments.
In 2005 Lyman-Morse purchased Steele and Marshall in Thomaston, Maine, which enabled us to not only bring all metal fabrication in-house but to expand capabilities as well.
Now, over 110 launched yachts later, Lyman-Morse Fabrication functions as an independent entity from our boatbuilding division. A significant amount of fabrication and welding work still revolves around the marine industry, but greater focus is now in servicing the needs of architects, builders, contractors, defense clients, manufacturers, industrial tradesmen, and research and development firms. The 15,000-square-foot fabrication shop is equipped with myriad equipment — benders, plate rolls, presses, shears, large and small lathes, milling machines, large band saws, two 4-axis CNC Vertical Machining Centers, CNC Hi-Def Plasma Table, CNC press brake, CNC saw, and a 5-ton overhead crane that enables workers to move large pieces into place with ease. The main 85′ by 150′ by 22′ high steel building features radiant floor heating and air cleaners for a well-lit and clean shop, perfect for the construction of high-precision pieces.
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