The Closing and Reuse of Philadelphia Naval Shipyard

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The Closing and Reuse
of the
PHILADELPHIA
NAVAL SHIPYARD

RON HESS. JEFFERSON P. MARQUIS JOHN F.
SCHANK MALCOLM MACKINNON

Prepared for the United States Navy

National Defense Research Institute RAND

Approved for public release; distribution unlimited

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  • Title Page *
  • Preface v
  • Contents vii
  • Figures xiii
  • Tables xv
  • Summary xvii
  • Acknowledgments xxv
  • Acronyms xxvii
  • Chapter One - Introduction 1
  • Chapter Two - Background 5
  • Chapter Three - Base Closure Decisions 11
  • Chapter Four - Philadelphia's Reuse Plan 19
  • Chapter Five - The Navy's Closing Policies, Practices, and Costs 29
  • Chapter Six - First Attempt at a Private Shipyard: Meyer-Werft 49
  • Chapter Seven - Kvaerner: a Deal Is Struck 57
  • Chapter Eight - Aftermath of the 1997 Kvaerner Contract 65
  • Chapter Nine - Observations 81
  • Appendix A - Ships Built at the Philadelphia Naval Shipyard 97
  • Appendix B - Philadelphia Naval Business Center Tenants 101
  • Bibliography 105
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