3 Firms Win $84M US Navy Mechanical, Electrical Engineering IDIQ

manufacturingAMSEC LLC, Life Cycle Engineering and URS (NYSE: URS) have won a combined $83, 795, 876 contract to perform mechanical and electrical engineering services for the U.S. Navy.

Work under the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract consists of analytical, logistics and technical support for Navy ships, the Defense Department said Tuesday.

The contract contains a one-year base period and one one-year option.

The companies will perform work in Virginia, California, Florida, Mississippi, Connecticut, Washington, Hawaii, Spain, Italy, Bahrain, United Arab Emirates and Guam through September 2017 if the option is exercised.

The Naval Supply Systems Command Fleet Logistics Center received four proposals for the contract via the Navy Electronic Commerce On-line and Federal Business Opportunities websites.

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