The U.S. Navy has awarded United Technologies Corp.'s (NYSE: UTX) Pratt & Whitney subsidiary a $455.5M contract modification to provide non-recurring engineering and tooling services for lot 14 aircraft propulsion systems.
Pratt & Whitney will engineer one F135-PW-600 and 32 F135-PW-100 systems for non-Department of Defense participants of the F-35 program, DoD said Friday.
Naval Air Systems Command is obligating $413M at the time of award.
Ninety-seven percent of contract work will take place in East Hartford, Conn., and the remaining three percent will occur in Indiana and the U.K.
The Pentagon expects Pratt & Whitney to conclude its services by April 2022.