SCLR Adds Two More Dockside Availabilities At Port Canaveral Facilities

The Service Company of Louis Rogers, Inc. (SCLR), a specialist in marine repair and maintenance services located in Port Canaveral, Fla., has continued to maintain its workload with the addition of two more dockside availabilities.

The first was the USCGC Vigilant (WMEC-617) with a base value of $95,598 with optional items of $27,817.

The second was for the research ship USNS Bartlett (T-AGOR-13) with a base value of $169,678, with options valued at $39,150.

Work on the Vigilant centered around the fabrication and installation of a talon grid on the helicopter deck and the installation of safety nets around the helo deck hydraulic piping installation, lifeboat davit overhaul, repair of valves, and cleaning, inspection and repair of generator and main engine heat exchangers.

Various other structural and mechanical repairs and modifications were also included.

The Bartlett package included overhaul of an SSDG engine, cleaning and painting of engineering spaces, various electrical work, conducting several annual inspections, and other miscellaneous structural repairs including deck strengthening.

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