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$75M to Dismantle & Recycle 3 Retired USN Ships

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CG 31 USS Sterrett(click to view full) The Naval Sea Systems Command in Washington, DC recently issued 3 estimated ceiling cost $25 million indefinite-delivery/ indefinite-quantity, fixed price award-fee contracts for the dismantling and recycling of inactive ships stricken from the Naval Vessel Register. Work will include environmental remediation, dismantling and metals recycling, and is expected to be complete in August 2009. Each vessel is bid individually and awarded under a delivery order to the successful bidder, and performance incentives are also included for superior environmental and safety performance. Details of each awarded contract and retired ship follow… Metro Machine Corp. in Norfolk, VA received an initial contract for former Charles F. Adams Class guided missile destroyer Barney [DDG 6, 1962-1992]. The contract was competitively procured and advertised via the Internet, with nine proposals received (N00024-05-D-4200). ESCO Marine Inc. in Brownsville, TX received an initial contract for former Farragut Class guided missile destroyer Dahlgren [DDG 43, 1961-1992]. Work will be performed in Brownsville, TX. The contract was competitively procured and advertised via the Internet, with nine offers received (N00024-05-D-4210). International Shipbreaking Ltd. in Brownsville, TX received an initial award is for the former Belknap Class guided missile cruiser Sterret [CG 31, […]

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