MAJOR NAVY CONTRACTS

The following special section features the latest U.S. Navy contract awards for shipbuilding, ship repair, conversion, maintenance, shipboard electronics, communication systems, weapons, etc. This special section covers contracts awarded between March 23 and May 31, 1988.

For contract awards prior to these dates, see the Naval Technology & Shipbuilding Supplement in the May issue of MR/EN.

March 23 General Electric Company, Machinery Apparatus Operation, Schenectady, N.Y.

was awarded a $36,615,000 modification to a previously awarded cost-plus-fixed-fee contract for naval nuclear propulsion components.

Work will be completed September 30, 1996. The Naval Sea Systems Command, Washington, D.C., was the contracting activity (N00024-88-C-4035).

Southwest Marine Incorporated, San Diego, Calif., was awarded a $3,036,390 firmfixed- price contract for Phased Maintenance Availability (PMA) for USS Tripoli (LPH-10) Work will be completed July 15, 1988. The Supervisor of Shipbuilding, Conversion and Repair, San Diego, Calif., was the contracting activity (N00024-85-H- 8221).

March 29 Newport News Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Company, Newport News, Va., was awarded a $724,368,395 cost-plus-fixedfee contract for long lead time material and effort for CVN-74 and CVN-75. Work will be completed May 30, 1998. The Naval Sea Systems Command, Washington, D.C., was the contracting activity (N00024-88-C- 2055).

March 31 McDermott Incorporated, McDermott Shipyards, Amelia, La., was awarded a $10,913,817 firm-fixed-price contract for one Torpedo Test Craft (YTT). Work will be completed in May 1990. The Naval Sea Systems Command, Washington, D.C., was the contracting activity (N00024-88-C-2093).

Litton Systems Incorporated, Ingalls Shipbuilding Division, Pascagoula, Miss., was awarded a $14,100,000 cost-plus-fixedfee contract for planning yard services for DD-963 and DDG-993 class ships. Work will be completed in March 1993. The Naval Sea Systems Command, Washington, D.C., was the contracting acitivity (N00024-88-C- 2081).

April 1 Southwest Marine Incorporated, San Diego, Calif., was awarded a $10,758,453 firmfixed- price contract for Extended Drydocking Selected Restricted Availability for USS George Philip (FFG-12). Work will be completed April 21, 1989. The Naval Sea Systems Command, Washington, D.C., was the contracting activity (N00024-88-H-8221) Metro Machine Corporation, Norfolk, Va., was awarded a $3,089,604 firm-fixedprice contract for Drydocking Selected Restricted Availability (DSRA) for USS John King (DDG-3). Work will be performed in Norfolk, Va., and is expected to be completed September 2, 1988. The Naval Sea Systems Command, Washington, D.C., is the contracting activity (N00024-85-H- 8187).

April 4 Northwest Marine Iron Works, Portland, Ore., was awarded a $14,091,106 firmfixed- priced contract for the regular overhaul of USS Okinawa (LPH-3). Work will be completed January 27, 1989. The Supervisor of Shipbuilding, Conversion and Repair, San Diego, Calif., was the contracting activity (N00024-85-H-8197).

April 5 American Transport Line Limited, Teaneck, N.J., was awarded a firm-fixed-rate indefinite quantity, indefinite delivery contract for ocean transportation between the U.S. East Coast and Praia Da Vittoria, Azores, in support of the Air Force Logistics Command. The cost is estimated to be approximately $ 1 8 , 0 0 0 , 0 0 0 over the term of the contract. The period of performance is 29 months f r om May 1, 1988. The Military Sealift Command, Washington, D.C., was the contracting authority (N00033-88-D- 8507).

April 12 Sperry Marine Incorporated, Charlottesville, Va., was awarded a $7,234,367 fixedprice- incentive contact for AN/BPS-XX radar for all SSBN-726, SSN-688 and SSN-21 class submarines. Work will be completed in December 1992. The Naval Sea Systems Command, Washington, D.C., was the cont r a c t i ng activity (N00024-88-C-5673).

April 15 Bender Shipbuilding and Repair Company Incorporated, Mobile, Ala., was awarded a $5,429,704 firm-fixed-price contract for the drydocking and overhaul of USNS Redstone (T-AGM 20), a Military Sealift Command long range missile tracking support ship. The Military Sealift Command, Washington, D.C., was the contracting activity (N62381-88-C-0212).

April 19 Norfolk Naval Shipyard, Portsmouth, Va., was the successful offeror in a competitive program between public and private sector shipyards for the Selected Restricted Availability (SRA) for USS Memphis (SSN-691). The SRA was assigned on a firmfixed- price basis. The price of this effort is $8,486,562. Work will be performed in Portsmouth and is expected to be completed October 12, 1988. The Naval Sea Systems Command, Washington, D.C., was the requiring activity.

Charleston Naval Shipyard, Charleston, S.C., was the successful offeror in a competitive program between public and private sector shipyards for the Extended Refit Period (ERP) for USS Henry L. Stimson (SSBN-655) and USS Mariano G. Vallejo (SSBN-658) The ERP is being assigned on a firm-fixed-price basis. The price for this effort is $19,673,812. Work will be completed in August 1989. The Naval Sea Systems Command, Washington, D.C., was the requiring activity.

April 26 General Electric Company, Washington, D.C., was awarded a $6,280,000 firm-fixedprice contract for installation and checkout services for main propulsion complexes for SSN-688 and SSBN-726 class submarines.

Work will be performed in Groton, Conn., and is expected to be completed in April 1993. The Naval Sea Systems Command, Washington, D.C., was the contracting activity (N00024-88-C-4310).

April 27 Central Gulf Lines Incorporated, New Orleans, La., was awarded a $25,074,939 firmfixed- price contract including options for the time charter of M / V Woerman Mercur, a dry cargo ship that will be reflagged to the U.S. prior to delivery to the Military Sealift Command. The contract performance period is 17 months with two 17-month options.

The Military Sealift Command, Washington, D.C., was the contracting activity (N00033- 88-R-l 136).

Red River Shipping Corporation, Phoenix, Ariz., was awarded a firm-fixed-price contract set aside for small and disadv a n t a g e d business concerns t o t a l i ng $35,366,660, including options, for the time charter of M / V Tacna II, a dry cargo ship that will be renamed and reflagged to the U.S. and will function as part of the U.S.

Navy's Afloat Prepositioning Force. The contract period is 17 months with two 17- month options. The Military Sealift Command, Washington, D.C., was the contracting activity (N00033-88-R-1101).

April 28 Sperry Marine Incorporated, Charlottesville, Va.. was awarded a $14,450,000 firmfixed- price contract for 10 Automatic Direction Finding (ADF) group periscope masts for SSN-688 class submarines. Work will be performed in Charlottesville, and is expected to be completed by May 31, 1990.

The Naval Sea Command, Washington, D.C., was the contracting activity (N00024-88-C- 4079).

General Electric Company, Pittsfield, Mass., was awarded a $38,987,728 fixedprice- incentive contract for guidance systems components for the Trident Missile Program. Work will be completed July 31, 1990. The Strategic Systems Program Office, Washington, D.C., was the contracting activity (N00030-88-C-0145).

Kollmorgen Corporation, Electro-Optical Division, N o r t h a m p t o n , Mass., was awarded a $3,051,000 firm-fixed-price supply contract for Trident type submarine periscope sets for SSBNs 738, 739 and 740.

Work will be performed in Northampton, and is expected to be completed in January 1989. The Naval Sea Systems Command, Washington, D.C., was the contracting activity (N00024-88-C-4131).

April 29 Textron Marine Systems, Division of Textron, New Oreleans, La., was awarded a $4,760,374 cost-plus-fixed-fee contract for engineering and technical services in support of the Landing Craft Air Cushion (LCAC) program. Work will be performed in Panama City, Fla. (75 percent), and New Orleans (25 percent), and is expected to be completed September 30, 1988. The Naval Sea Systems Command, Washington, D.C., was the contracting activity (N00024-88-C- 2160).

Ingalls Shipbuilding Incorporated, Pas- cagoula, Miss., was issued a $3,608,809 modiifcation to procure 29 line items of rotatable pool equipment for Aegis class cruisers. Equipment includes air, air condit i o n i n g and refrigeration compressors; pumps and motors for fuel and lubricating oil; and pumps for cooling water, seawater, and hydraulics. Work will be completed in October 1989. The Supervisor of Shipbuilding, Conversion and Repair, Pascagoula, Miss., was the contracting activity (N00024- 87-C-2031).

May 2 Continental Maritime of San Francisco Inc., has received a $3.2-million contract for the Drydocking Phased Maintenance Availability for USS Lang (FF-1060). The work is expected to be completed by October, 19, 1988. The contract was awarded by the Supervisor of Shipbuilding, Conversion and Repair, San Francisco, Calif. (N00024- 85-H-8218).

May 4 Continental Maritime of San Diego, Calif., has received a $4.5-million contract for phased maintenance of USS Hoel (DDG-13).

Maintenance includes repairs to the boilers and propulsion system, as well as underwater hull preservation. Work is expected to be completed by September 23, 1988. The contract was awarded by the Supervisor of Shipbuilding, Conversion and Repair, San Diego, Calif. (N00024-85-H-8212).

May 5 General Electric Co., Marine and Industrial Engines and Service Division, Cincinnati, Ohio, has received a $7.2-million contract for spare parts for LM 2500 gas turbine engines. These parts include special support equipment, pool spares, repair parts, shipboard spares and modification kits as required for the Spanish Navy. Work is expected to be completed in September 1991. The contract was awarded by the Naval Sea Systems Command, Washington.

D.C. (N00024-88-C-4274).

Newport News Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Co., Newport News, Va., has received a $8-million contract for the pre-shock testing availability of USS Jacksonville (SSN- 699). Work is expected to be completed by August 8. 1988. The contract was awarded by the Supervisor of Shipbuilding, Conversion and Repair, Newport News, Va.

(N00024-86-H-8002).

Todd Pacific Shipyards Corp., San Pedro, Calif., has received a 4.2-million contract for hull, mechanical and electrical repairs, alterations and drydocking for USS Crommelin (FFG-37). Work is expected to be completed by September 23, 1988. The contract was awarded by the Naval Sea Syst e m s C o m m a n d , W a s h i n g t o n , D.C.

(N00024-85-H-8237).

May 6 Lake Shore Inc., Iron Mountain, Mich., has received a $4.4-million contract for five A/S32A-36 aircraft salvage cranes for use aboard aircraft carriers and other aviation capable ships. Work is expected to be completed in July 1990. The contract was awarded by the Naval Air Systems Command, Washington, D.C. (N00019-86-C- 0028).

May 12 Metro Machine Corp., Norfolk, Va., has received a $4.1-million contract for Drydock Selected Restricted Availability for USS Claude V. Ricketts (DDG-5). Work is expected to be completed by October 6, 1988. The contract was awarded by the Naval Sea Systems Command, Washington.

D.C. (N00024-85-H-8187).

Gibbs, and Cox Inc., N.Y., received a $13.1-million contract for technical data and services for the Taiwanese frigate (PFG II) program. Work is expected to be completed in September 1991. The contract was awarded by the Naval Sea Systems Command, Washington, D.C. (N00024-88- C-2152).

May 25 CSS Technology Associates, Chantilly, Va., has received a $15.2-million contract for technical services for Ohio-class submarines.

Work is expected to be completed in S e p t e m b e r 1991. The c o n t r a c t was awarded by the Naval Sea Systems Command, Washington, D.C. (N00024-88-C- 6213).

May 27 Raytheon Co., Equipment Division, Wayland, Mass., was awarded a $20.6-million contract for NATO Seasparrow surface missile systems. Work is expected to be completed in August 1990. The contract combines purchases for the U.S. Navy (60 percent) and Portugal (39.8 percent). The conctract was awarded by the Naval Sea Systems Command, Washington, D.C.

(N00024-88-C-5136).

Ingalls Shipbuilding Inc., Pasagoula, Miss., was awarded a $7-million contract to conduct post shakedown availability for the USS San Jacinto (CG-56). Work is expected to be completed in October 1988. The contract was awarded by the Supervisor of Shipbuilding, Conversion and Repair, Pascagoula, Miss. (N00024-88-G-2818).

CCC Georgia Inc., Brunswick, Ga., was awarded a $6.5 million contract for intermodal transportation of containerized and breakbulk cargo between Seattle and the Naval Air Station, Adak, Alaska. The performance period is 24 months, beginning in July 1988. The contract was awarded by the Military Sealift Command, Washington, D.C.

(N0003-88-R-8503).

May 31 Continental Maritime of San Diego, San Diego, Calif., was awarded a $4.4-million contract for drydocking selected restricted availability for the USS Rentz (FFG-46).

Work is expected to be completed in December 1988. The contract was awarded by the Supervisor of Shipbuilding, Conversion and Repair, San Diego, Calif. (N00024-85- H-8512).

Bath Iron Works Corp., Bath, Maine, was awarded a $23.1-million contract for lead yard services for the DDG-51 class follow-on ships. Work is expected to be completed in May 1989. The contact was awarded by the Naval Sea Systems Command, Washington, D.C. (N00024-87-C-2077).

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