We specialize in reverse engineering components and provide improvements that will extend the life of your equipment and reduce operation down time. This also entails machining and welding repairs.
On time, on budget and on specification. William Machine Works knows these are the three fundamental factors that has made us a trusted partner to our fabrication clients. We take our responsibility to deliver a quality product on time and on budget very seriously.
William Machine Works has the equipment, personnel and experience to handle your most stringent tolerances and machining challenges. Our equipment entails a clad welding lathe, a drill press up to 19″ column x 6′ radial arm, Horizontal boring mills (post and table type), lathe capabilities up to 52″ swing and 50′ center to center, 300 ton hydraulic press, shaft manufacturing capacity to 60’in length and 20 tons in weight, and precision alignment capabilities utilizing the latest most modern laser equipment.
In the ship building industry worldwide Williams Machine Works is known as a contractor and a subcontractor for fabricating industrial propulsion, steering machining, shafts, and underwater gears. We also do boring alignment. custom parts fabrication, palm machining, shaft and propeller repairs, and valve repairs.
William Machine Works responds to your on-site needs. Our many years of experience, coupled with our team, equipment, and technology enables us to reduce expensive down time and lower your maintenance costs.
We comply with all requirements and industry standards. We utilize FCAW (Flux core arc welding), MIG (Metal inert gas), Stick (Shielded metal arc welding SMAW ), and TIG (Tungsten arc welding).

Many companies who call themselves machine shops have a limited range of metalworking facilities and capabilities, requiring specialization due to the size and type of projects they can handle. Our machine works, has the equipment skilled manpower, and physical plant required to bid materials for burn, weld, machine, fabricate, and deliver almost any metalworking project up to sixty feet in length weighing up to 20 tons within a covered shop area, while almost unlimited tonnage projects are accomplished on our 15 acre waterfront assembly yard. We build loading catalyst unloading drill rigs, ramps, water tight doors, and much more.

We are also equipped to do field machine work including boring, facing, and key seating for new construction and repair. We routinely work with steel, aluminum, bronze, brass, stainless steel, titanium, and exotic metals.


All products are built and tested to the most stringent quality standards. Our quality control department routinely works to MIL-I-45208, ABS, ASTM, AWS, Lloyds, and USCG standards. Each and every procedure is monitored to assure consistent quality. Here at William Machine Works we are fully committed to the principals of Total Quality Improvement. Our highly skilled and experience machinist and production personnel take great pride in producing high quality metal-working products to our customers exacting specifications.


At Williams Machine Works, we believe that integrating safety and health into every operation at our corporation is of the utmost importance. The health and safety of our employees continues to be the first consideration in our every day operations. The quality or production goals do not supersede the safety of our employees.


Williams Machine Works recognizes that production must be accomplished in a way that minimizes impact on the environment. As with safety, it is the responsibility of all employees to conduct operations in a manner that protects the quality of the water, air and land in the surrounding environment.

WMW’s environment focus ensures that operations and construction activities within our facilities prevent pollution, conserve resources and energy; minimize use of hazardous materials; reduce waste; and incorporate the use of best available control technology to the maximum extent possible integration of environmental considerations into business planning.