Kevin Corrigan, HR

Nichols Brothers sales philosophy is to offer each customer a high-quality craftsmanship vessel, the best value overall, and operational excellence. Nichols Brothers works hand-in-hand with Owner’s Representatives, naval architects, and with suppliers to ensure each vessel exceeds the Owner’s expectations. Our entire production and support teams are dedicated to the growing success of our company and our customer’s operations.

Nichols Brothers, the northwest’s premiere custom boat builder was established in Freeland, Washington on Holmes Harbor of Puget Sound in 1964. Since then the company has built over 190 new vessels, with major industry milestones. In the late 1970’s early 1980’s Nichols produced over 10 new fishing vessels that are still servicing the Alaska’s commercial fishing fleet today. In 1984 Nichols Brothers launched the first high-speed catamaran into America waters, and have built 34 catamarans and counting. Nichols Brothers has also succeeded in tug construction with over 20 tugs built since the 1980’s.  Nichols is very proud of their ability to adapt to all custom vessel needs, and has an extensive portfolio including a wide range of vessels across the workboat and passenger industry sectors.

Nichols Brothers are members of the American Waterway Operators, Passenger Vessel Association and Ship Builders Council of America. 

Kevin Corrigan

Kevin Corrigan

Director of Human Resources

Kevin Corrigan is Nichols Brothers Boat Builders Director of Human Resources. Corrigan is responsible for all aspects of human resources for the Company. Prior to joining Nichols Brothers in 2015, Corrigan was the Director of Human resources at BNBuilders. Previous experience also includes VP of Human Resources at Intrepid Learning, Director of Human Resources & Benefits at K&L Gates and VP of Global Human Resources at eCharge Corporation. Corrigan will use his experience and knowledge to grow a positive career recruitment structure at Nichols Brothers bringing us great talent from across the maritime industry and industrial manufacturing.

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