Bath Iron Works

Bath Iron Works is a company specializing in the design, building, and support of complex surface combatants for the Navy. It designs and builds the Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer.
TypeSubsidiary
Parent CompanyGeneral Dynamics
HQBath, ME, US
Founded1884
Websitegdbiw.com
Cybersecurity ratingAMore
Bath Iron Works was founded in 1884 and is headquartered in Bath, ME, US

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Key People/Management at Bath Iron Works

Jon Fitzgerald

Jon Fitzgerald

Vice President and General Counsel
Vincent Dickinson

Vincent Dickinson

Director, Facilities
Christopher Waaler

Christopher Waaler

Vice President, Engineering and Information Technology
Brent West

Brent West

Program Director
Scott Zamer

Scott Zamer

Vice President of Finance and Chief Financial Officer
Dirk Lesko

Dirk Lesko

President
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Bath Iron Works Office Locations

Bath Iron Works has an office in Bath
Bath, ME, US (HQ)
700 Washington St
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Bath Iron Works Financials and Metrics

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Founding Date

1884
Bath Iron Works is a subsidiary of General Dynamics

Bath Iron Works Operating Metrics

Jul, 2021Oct, 2021

Patents (US)

1313

Ships Delivered to Date

425425
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Bath Iron Works Cybersecurity Score

Cybersecurity ratingPremium dataset

A

94/100

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Bath Iron Works Online and Social Media Presence

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Bath Iron Works News and Updates

Maine Rep. Golden secures amendment for new multiyear Navy contract for Bath Iron Works

Maine 2nd District Congressman Jared Golden on Wednesday announced that he secured an amendment to the 2022 National Defense Authorization Act authorizing the Navy to enter into a multiyear contract to build up to 15 Arleigh Burke-class destroyers, beginning in the 2023 fiscal year.

US Navy’s top officer applauds workforce at Bath Iron Works

The shipyard builds destroyers, the workhorse of the Navy fleet.

Shipbuilders approve 3-year pact, ending monthslong strike at Bath Iron Works

A 63-day strike at Bath Iron Works — against the backdrop of a pandemic in an election year — came to an end Sunday with shipbuilders voting to return to their jobs producing warships for the United...

Bath Iron Works lays off some workers during strike

U.S. Navy shipbuilder Bath Iron Works is laying off an undisclosed number of workers because of a strike that’s in its third week.

Bath Iron Works shipbuilders are on the verge of striking

The largest union at U.S. Navy shipbuilder Bath Iron Works begins voting Friday on a contract proposal that was unanimously rejected by its negotiating committee, raising the possibility of the first...

Shipyard worker at Bath Iron Works tests positive for coronavirus

A shipbuilder at Bath Iron Works has tested positive for the new coronavirus, and others who came into contact with the worker will have to self-quarantine, the company said.

Bath Iron Works Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Bath Iron Works founded?

    Bath Iron Works was founded in 1884.

  • Who are Bath Iron Works key executives?

    Bath Iron Works's key executives are Jon Fitzgerald, Vincent Dickinson and Christopher Waaler.

  • How many employees does Bath Iron Works have?

    Bath Iron Works has 1,553 employees.

  • Who are Bath Iron Works competitors?

    Competitors of Bath Iron Works include Tecnico Corporation, General Dynamics NASSCO and AMSEC.

  • Where is Bath Iron Works headquarters?

    Bath Iron Works headquarters is located at 700 Washington St, Bath.

  • Where are Bath Iron Works offices?

    Bath Iron Works has an office in Bath.

  • How many offices does Bath Iron Works have?

    Bath Iron Works has 1 office.