Vigor Industrial Subsidiary to Modernize Navy Destroyer Ship Under Potential $156M Contract

Vigor Industrial Subsidiary to Modernize Navy Destroyer Ship Under Potential $156M Contract
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Vigor Industrial's marine subsidiary has secured a potential $155.6M firm-fixed-price contract to help the U.S. Navy modernize and maintain the USS McCampbell guided missile destroyer.

The company will update the ship's mechanical and electrical systems, hull and communications, digital video surveillance and warfighting equipment as part of a depot maintenance availability, the Department of Defense said Monday.

Upgrade work will also include USS McCampbell's Aegis weapon, vertical launcher and ballistic missile defense systems.

The contract has a face value of $133.4M and would reach its cumulative value if all options are exercised.

Modernization efforts will take place at Vigor's facility in Portland, Ore., through November 2021. The Navy will obligate $154.3M at the time of award from its fiscal 2020 operation and maintenance and other procurement funds.

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