Front Street Shipyard Building #1: Expanding Shop Space

Photo by: Randy Boyer 40' high insulated wall being erected by Maine Coast Construction inside of Front Street Shipyard's Building #1.

Maine Coast Construction Project Manager Randy Boyer snapped some pictures earlier this week of the shop space expansion inside of the recently constructed Building #1 at Front Street Shipyard.  MCC workers are pictured installing a heated floor as well as a 40’ high insulated wall.  On the other side of the wall is the boat storage area where you can see an impressive 83’ yacht being rolled into storage.

Located on the waterfront of Belfast, Maine, Front Street Shipyard houses, repairs, and builds boats.  Formerly a closed sardine cannery the space has since been transformed into a premiere boatyard for large vessels by a group of like-minded investors.   The young shipyard has given a positive boost to the economy of Belfast by providing jobs and increasing tourism in the area.  For more information about Front Street Shipyard, please visit

Maine Coast Construction has been custom-building, renovating and restoring fine homes and commercial buildings in Mid-Coast Maine since 1968.  For updates on Maine Coast Construction’s latest projects in the Mid Coast, please visit

Radiant heated floor being installed inside of Front Street Shipyard's Building #1. (Photo by: Randy Boyer)
80' Yacht being stored at Front Street Shipyard's Building #1 (Photo by: Randy Boyer)
Building #1 at Front Street Shipyard is partitioning off a portion of it's storage space to be a radiant floor heated workspace. (Photo by: Randy Boyer)
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