Mavrik’s big new building allows big new projects


THAT WAS THEN. THE BUILDING IS FINISHED NOW - Mavrik’s Marine new boat manufacturing building started as a steel frame in November, insert. By mid-January it was on its way to being enclosed, as seen above. Now a 130-foot long, 36-foot wide, 30-foot tall ferry is being built in it. Come out 12 p.m. May 27 for the ribbon cutting ceremony. – Photo by Ken Stern

Mavrik Marine’s new building on Pearle Jensen Way is complete. Already the aluminum boat manufacturer is making big progress on new, large-scale projects.

The building itself is large scale. About 60 feet tall, the white metal building dominates its Port of Skagit site east of the La Conner Marina. Taller than the old Moore Clark building, it puts an exclamation point on the town’s decades-long shift from seafood processing to high-tech marine industries.

A 12 p.m. May 27 ribbon-cutting ceremony will convene the many groups that made the 60-foot tall, 17,226 square-foot behemoth possible.


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