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CTC Receives SAIC Contract to Manufacture Hulls for USMC Armored Recon Vehicles; Ed Sheehan Quoted

Jeff Brody
Ed Sheehan

TYSONS CORNER, VA, October 8, 2019 — Concurrent Technologies Corp. has received a $1.2M contract from Science Applications International Corp. (NYSE: SAIC) for hull design and construction services in support of two of SAIC’s armored reconnaissance vehicles, which are intended for the U.S. Marine Corps, ExecutiveBiz reported Sept. 25.

Work under the single-source contract will take place in Johnstown, Pa., and is slated to finish by March 2020, CTC said Sept. 23. In addition to hulls, the company will also manufacture hull components and associated materials for the ARVs.

"We’re eager to work with SAIC and apply our extensive expertise in ground vehicle prototype manufacturing, specifically incorporating friction stir welding, and our recent experience building two combat vehicle prototypes for the U.S. Army," said Ed Sheehan Jr., president and CEO at CTC.

This contract, which will support the Office of Naval Research, is part of SAIC’s potential $20.5M contract from the U.S. Navy to develop ARVs.

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