Home / Tag Archives: Engineering

Tag Archives: Engineering

Oracle to Open Design, Engineering Specialized High School at Company HQ

Oracle

TYSONS CORNER, VA, Aug. 16, 2016 — Oracle (NYSE: ORCL) will build a high school specializing in design and engineering fields at its headquarters in California in efforts to develop the future workforce, GovCon Executive reported Monday. ABC7 News reported Friday that the planned Design Tech High School is scheduled to open …

Read More »

Lockheed Receives $491M Modification on Navy Aegis Weapon System Production Contract

lockheed martin

Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) has been awarded a $490.6 million contract modification to produce Aegis weapon system ship sets and spares for the U.S. Navy as well as Japan and South Korea under the foreign military sales program. The Defense Department said Friday Lockheed’s mission systems and training division will manufacture ship …

Read More »

7 Firms Land $117M in Contract Modifications Under Navy Technical, Engineering Support IDIQ

NavyShip

The U.S. Navy has awarded seven companies contract modifications worth $117.3 million combined to continue to provide technical and engineering services for the service branch’s vessels. The contract modifications were awarded to exercise the second option year on a previously awarded cost-plus-fixed-fee, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract under the Navy Modernization Program, the Defense …

Read More »

American Electronic Warfare Associates Wins $91M Navy Battlespace Simulation, Test Support IDIQ

NavyC4ISR

American Electronic Warfare Associates has won a four-year, $91.3 million contract to provide engineering, management and technical support services to the Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division’s integrated battlespace simulation and test department. The company will perform work in Patuxent River, Maryland, through August 2020 and the U.S. Navy will …

Read More »

Navy Awards Alion Science $145M DDG 51 Shipbuilding Program Support Contract

DDG51

Alion Science and Technology has been awarded a potential five-year, $145 million contract to provide various support services to the U.S. Navy’s DDG 51 shipbuilding program. The contract covers ship production planning and engineering, systems engineering, combat systems test engineering, post delivery planning, configuration and data management and logistics services, Alion Science said Monday. The company will perform work …

Read More »

AECOM, Schendt Engineering Win Air Force Facility Modernization Services IDIQ

construction

AECOM (NYSE: ACM) and Schendt Engineering Corp. have won spots on a potential $10 million indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract to maintain and modernize several facilities of the U.S. Air Force located at various sites. The companies will coordinate architectural and engineering services for the Colorado-based facilities such as the U. S. Air …

Read More »

Guinean Gov’t-Owned Firm Awards $501M Contract to Fluor for Bauxite Production Expansion

Fluor

A company partly owned by the government of Guinea has awarded Fluor (NYSE: FLR) a $501 million engineering, procurement and construction management contract for an expansion project in the country. Fluor said Monday it will work with Compagnie des Bauxites de Guinee to carry out the bauxite production expansion project that aims to …

Read More »

Leidos Views Doubled Scale in Lockheed IS&GS Merger as Buffer to Agency Spending Shifts

leidos_purple

Leidos Holdings‘ (NYSE: LDOS) impending merger with the information systems and global solutions segment of Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) seeks to both diversify customer mix and lower risk to potential spending downturns in fewer market areas for the future combined company, Leidos CEO Roger Krone told investors at the New York Stock Exchange Monday. Reston, Virginia-based Leidos expects 2017 …

Read More »

KBR Unveils Rebranded Wyle as $570M Acquisition Closes

KBRlogo

KBR (NYSE: KBR) has closed the $570 million purchase of government engineering and technical services contractor Wyle, which will operate under the name of KBRwyle within the parent company’s government services segment. KBR CEO Stuart Bradie said Tuesday the company expects government services revenue to total $2 billion per year post-acquisition and have …

Read More »

Philip Jaurigue, Glen Ives, Dennis DePriest Take New Leadership Roles at Sabre

sabre logo

Philip Jaurigue, Glen Ives and Dennis DePriest have taken on new roles at Warrington, Pennsylvania-based professional services company Sabre Systems Inc. in a restructuring move intended to step up operational outcomes for employees, customer and business partners. Sabre said Wednesday Jaurigue, president and CEO, will move into the new role as chairman …

Read More »