543 East Indian River Road Norfolk, VA  23523
Tel: 757.545.6400
E-Mail: info@mhi-shiprepair.com

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ACCESS/VISIT REQUEST

MHI Ship Repair and Services owns and operates the largest privately owned pier on the U.S. east coast. With a deep draft and four berths available, it offers full yard and engineering services.  This pier is state of the art servicing vessels with  diverse requirements.  Pier facilities are supplemented by work shops and offices. Located in the main harbor close by all shipping terminals, MHI is literally minutes away. 

ACCESS/VISIT REQUEST INSTRUCTIONS

MHI Midtown Facility
All contractors and Subcontractors performing work at MHI must submit a completed visit request to Security at Passoffice@mhi-shiprepair.com

 Click here to Visit request form

  • Only complete the blue highlighted fields
  • Do not manipulate, change, type over, widen, etc. any column, row or any field that is not blue. 
  • A full middle name must be entered.  (If no middle name, enter NMN). 
  • The Identifier, previously referred to as “Visit ID#”, is the employee/payroll number.  (This number must be unique and cannot be comprised of any numbers relating to the SSN, date of birth, or driver’s license number)
  • FSO certifies that the individual is 18 years of age by indicating Yes
  • If employee is born within the US and/or a US Citizen, enter "Yes", otherwise put “No”.


Naval Station Norfolk and Norfolk Naval Shipyard
Work performed at Naval Station Norfolk and Norfolk Naval Shipyard will require a DBIDS badge.

  • Please contact our security office at 757-545-6400 to obtain sponsor information and instructions to obtain DBIDS credential.


Proof of Citizenship
Visitors who have a security clearance that can be verified in JPAS do not have to furnish proof of citizenship.
Visitors who do not have a security clearance that were born outside of the United States must present appropriate documents at the Pass Office in order to receive a badge. All Non-US citizens must be escorted.

Acceptable Proof of Citizenship


E-Verify Program Screening
All companies who submit visit requests for their employees to be badged for unescorted access to the Shipyard must screen their employees through E-Verify (formerly known as the Basic Pilot and Employment Eligibility Verification Program). E-Verify is an Internet-based system operated by the Department of Homeland Security in partnership with the Social Security Administration that allows participating employers to electronically verify the employment eligibility of their newly hired employees. E-Verify is free and is the best means available for determining employment eligibility of new hires and the validity of their Social Security Numbers. For more information please visit the following:


Click here for more information on E-Verify


3rd Party Access Orientation Information

This informational package applies to all Third Party contractors hired by the U.S. Government, who wish to gain access to MHI facilities to perform work on a Government vessel. All AIT contractors will follow this standard set of procedures to gain such access and execute work within MHI facilities.

 Third Party Facility Access Policy

 

Insurance Requirements

The Subcontractor shall furnish certificates of insurance with the following terms and conditions prior to beginning work at MHI.

 Workmen's Compensation with U.S. Longshoremen's and Harbor Worker's Act Coverage endorsement attached.

 Comprehensive General Liability Insurance with limits of liability of at least $1,000,000 combined single limit of bodily injury and property damage liability, and including premises, operations, products and completed operations, blanket contractual liability (to cover the liability assumed under the hold harmless agreement contained in Paragraph No. 9 of this Agreement).

 

Automobile Liability Insurance with at least the following limits of liability:

  • $250,000 each person, bodily injury liability
  • $500,000 each occurrence, bodily injury liability

 

 Visit Requests will be processed within 2 business days