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Coastal & Littoral | Contracts - Awards | Other Corporation | Support Functions - Other | USA

2006-2011: $125M to Phoenix for Undersea Search, Salvage & Rescue Operations

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Workin’ the Newt(click to view full) Phoenix International, Inc. in Landover, MD received a potential $125 million indefinite-delivery/ indefinite-quantity, cost-plus-award fee contract. The primary purpose of this contract is to provide for the operation and maintenance of Navy-owned undersea search and recovery equipment; it includes engineering and technical services, equipment, material, ships/vessels and/or systems to assist the director of Ocean Engineering, supervisor of Salvage and Diving, in the conduct of worldwide rapid response undersea search, salvage, recovery and rescue operations. Phoenix has held this contract for some time now, and has been involved in projects like archeological recovery on the historic USS Monitor. They are also the prime contractor for support and maintenece of the next generation SRDRS (Submarine Rescue and Diving Recompression System). Work will be performed in Landover, MD, and is expected to be complete by September 2011. The contract was competitively procured and advertised on the Internet, with one proposal received by The Naval Sea Systems Command in Washington, DC (N00024-06-D-4104).

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