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Sauer to Repair Hangar at Naval Station Mayport, FL

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Sauer in Jacksonville, FL received a $14.7 million firm-fixed price task order #0004 under a previously awarded multiple award construction contract (N69450-09-D-1274) for Hangar 1552 repairs at Naval Station Mayport in Florida. Under the task order, Sauer will reconfigure administrative spaces; replace the hangar heating, ventilation and air conditioning system; upgrade foundations and cladding; renovate bathroom/shower spaces; replace hangar doors; repair or replace the 400 hertz flight-line distribution system; and replace aqueous film-forming foam system and seismic retrofit. Located on the St. Johns River, Naval Station Mayport occupies 3,400 acres where the river empties into the Atlantic Ocean. Naval Station Mayport hosts more than 80 tenant commands, including 22 naval ships and 6 Light Airborne Multi-purpose System (LAMPS) Mark III helicopter squadrons. The SH-60 LAMPS Mark III Seahawk helicopter is the US Navy’s version of the US Army’s UH-60 Black Hawks. The SH-60 Seahawks are outfitted with maritime radar, sonobuoys, and other specialized equipment that let them perform a variety of roles, from supply and transport, to anti-submarine warfare, search and rescue, medical evacuation, and even surface attack with their Penguin missiles. Mayport’s harbor is capable of accommodating 34 ships. The base has an 8,000-foot runway capable of handling most […]

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