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Technology Associates, Inc (TAI) was incorporated in 1993. It is known for its management expertise, technical excellence and innovative Maritime Solutions. TAI is proud of its legacy and people, whose professionalism and dedication make the company trusted by its clients.

TAI provides total service Maritime Solutions to commercial and governmental clients. TAI is GSA listed to provide engineering services and vessels to the US Government. It is also a prime contractor on NAVSEA's SEAPORT-E program. TAI offers diversity of expertise to respond to most maritime and offshore requirements. It specializes in small and medium sized vessels. TAI's portfolio and capabilities includes Boats, ATB's, Barges and Ships from 50T to 40,000T.

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