Navy Selects 10 Firms for Potential $100M Vessel Production, Repair Support IDIQ

Ten companies have landed spots on a potential five-year, $99.6 million contract to provide production and repair services to non-nuclear U.S. Navy ships, vessels and submarines.

The indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract has a one-year base period with  $100,000 in total guaranteed minimum and work could extend through September 2023 if the Navy exercises all options, the Defense Department said Wednesday.

Contractors will perform in-place and detached equipment repair and installation; electrical/electronic repair, alteration and modernization; pump/motor and mechanical systems repair and alignment and temporary scaffolding installation and removal services

Work will also include welding; shipfitting; blasting; painting; rigging; tank cleaning and sheet metal forming, shaping, cutting and stamping.

The Norfolk Naval Shipyard received 10 offers for the IDIQ through a competitive acquisition process on FedBizOpps.

The awardees are:

  • Auxiliary Systems
  • Delphinus Engineering
  • East Coast Repair
  • Epsilon Systems
  • G.I. Industrial Marine
  • L3 Technologies’ (NYSE: LLL) Unidyne business
  • Oceaneering Intl.
  • Orbis
  • Q.E.D. Systems
  • Te’cnico

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