Ship maintenance

Navy awards $ 1.7 billion in maintenance and repair contracts for IDIQ vessels


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The US Navy has awarded four five-year contracts worth a combined $ 1.74 billion to provide maintenance, repair and modernization services for non-nuclear surface combatants and amphibians.

Multi-award, indefinite delivery / indefinite quantity contracts covering Lots 1-4 include scheduled docking and no-docking, ongoing and emergent maintenance support for amphibious and surface combatant ships in San Diego, a announced Tuesday the Ministry of Defense.

Each of the IDIQ contracts reserved for small businesses has a five-year ordering period that could extend until November 2026.

Lots I and II contracts have cap values ​​of approximately $ 654.8 million and $ 538.5 million, respectively. Each contract attracted seven bids.

The winners of the Lot I and Lot II contracts are:

  • BAE Systems San Diego Ship Repair
  • Continental Maritime San Diego
  • Repair and fabrication of the east coast
  • Epsilon system solutions
  • General Dynamics NASSCO
  • Repair and manufacture of Pacific ships

Lots III and IV contracts have cap values ​​of approximately $ 209.2 million and $ 335 million, respectively. Each of these contracts attracted nine bids from offerors.

The companies that have obtained places on these two contracts are:

  • Advanced integrated technologies
  • Colonna West Shipyard
  • Repair and fabrication of the east coast
  • Epsilon system solutions
  • Gulf copper ship repair
  • Integrated maritime services
  • Repair and manufacture of Pacific ships
  • Propulsion control engineering
  • Southcoast Welding and Fabrication

Naval Sea Systems Command has committed $ 60,000 in FY2022 operations and maintenance funds for each of the Lots 1 and III contracts.

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