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Up to $12M to Atlantic Marine Mayport for USS Robert G. Bradley Repairs

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USS Robert G. Bradley(click to view larger) Atlantic Marine Mayport in Jacksonville, FL received a $10 million firm-fixed-price contract for repair work onboard the USS Robert G. Bradley [FFG-49], an Oliver Hazard Perry-class frigate. This contract includes 8 options which, if exercised, would bring its cumulative value to $12 million. This contract is for the drydock selected restricted availability of USS Robert G. Bradley to include drydock and topside maintenance repair work… The ship is named for Lieutenant Robert G. Bradley (1921-1944), who was awarded the Navy Cross posthumously for his heroism on the USS Princeton [CVL-23] during the Battle of Leyte Gulf in WW II. Robert G. Bradley’s keel was laid down by Bath Iron Works in Bath, ME on Dec 28/82. She was launched Aug 13/83 and commissioned on June 30/84. The ship is homeported in Mayport, FL. Atlantic Marine Mayport will perform the repair work in Jacksonville, FL, and expects to complete it by March 2010. This contract was competitively procured via the FedBizOpps website, with 5 proposals solicited and 2 offers received by the Southeast Regional Maintenance Center in Jacksonville, FL (N40027-10-C-0003).

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