Up to $475M to 6 Firms to Support HME&E Systems on Ships and Subs

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The Naval Sea Systems Command’s (NAVSEA) Naval Surface Warfare Center awarded 6 contracts worth up to $475 million to support the center’s Alterations Installation Team (AIT) in their work upgrading hull, mechanical, electrical, and electronic (HME&E) systems on ships and submarines. The HME&E systems include a broad range of shipboard equipment, everything from transformers and heating/cooling/ventilation systems to C4ISR, radar, and navigation systems… The 6 winners of the HME&E contracts are: * General Dynamics Information Technology in Fairfax, VA (N65540-09-D-0032); * BAE Systems’ San Diego Ship Repair in San Diego, CA (N65540-09-D-0031); * Tecnico in Chesapeake, VA (N65540-09-D-0033); * Northrop Grumman’s AMSEC in Virginia Beach, VA (N65540-09-D-0029); * QED Systems in Virginia Beach, VA (N65540-09-D-0029); and * Delphinus Engineering in Eddystone, PA (N65540-09-D-0030). General Dynamics said in a Oct 21/09 announcement that it will be provide planning, fabrication, installation, evaluation, and modification of prototypes and new HME&E systems being installed on aircraft carriers, surface ships, watercrafts, cutters, and submarines. The company will perform this work worldwide, with the majority occurring in Norfolk, VA; San Diego, CA; Mayport, FL; Pearl Harbor, HI; and Everett, WA. Delphinus Engineering said it will be providing technical services in maintaining and upgrading machine systems and […]

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