BAE Wins Potential $118M Navy Contract for USS Preble Ship Maintenance Services

BAE Wins Potential $118M Navy Contract for USS Preble Ship Maintenance Services
USS Preble

BAE Systems' ship repair business in San Diego has won a potential $117.8M U.S. Navy contract to help the Chief of Naval Operations prepare for a scheduled depot maintenance of the Arleigh Burke-class guided missile destroyer USS Preble.

The company-run shipyard will perform repair, alteration and upgrade work on the vessel as part of the firm-fixed-price contract, the Department of Defense said Thursday.

Naval Sea Systems Command received two proposals for the project, which is expected to conclude in February 2022, and will obligate $103.6M at the time of award.

USS Preble will undergo modernization as part of the branch's efforts to ensure service life of DDG-51 class ships.

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