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Up to $151.1M to 6 Small Businesses for US Navy Barge Maintenance

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The Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) awarded 6 small business qualifiers firm-fixed-price, indefinite-delivery/ indefinite-quantity multiple award contracts with a combined maximum value of $151.1 million to suppport and maintain US Navy barges. The companies will provide management, administrative and production services, materials, tools, equipment, facilities and required support for depot level troubleshooting, repair, renewal, refurbishment, modernization, maintenance and testing of Navy living barges and their auxiliary systems (hull, mechanical and electrical), including the potential of periodic docking. Living barges have crew living quarters and galleys. Four firms will service barges in the Norfolk, VA area, and 2 will service barges in Jacksonville, FL… For Norfolk, VA, the winners are: * Davis Boat Works in Newport News, VA (N50054-10-D-1001); * Associated Naval Architects in Portsmouth, VA (N50054-10-D-1002); * Lyon Shipyard in Norfolk, VA (N50054-10-D-1003); and * Tecnico in Chesapeake, VA (N50054-10-D-1004). Work will be primarily performed on vessels located at Norfolk, but may be performed worldwide. Work is expected to be complete by November 2010. Contract funds in the amount of $303,000 will expire at the end of the current fiscal year. Each Norfolk contractor will receive $75,750 at time of award. These multiple award contracts for Norfolk were competitively procured […]

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