Army Awards $570M in Shipyard Support Contracts

The U.S. Army has issued three firm-fixed-price contracts worth $570 million combined for dry-dock and fleet maintenance services at designated locations in support of the military branch’s watercraft vessels.

Fourteen companies landed spots on a $235 million contract for fleet modifications, on-condition routine maintenance, repairs and dry-dock watercraft support, the Department of Defense said Wednesday.

DOD added that seven awardees can vie for follow-on shipyard services under a separate $180 million contract supporting the Army Watercraft Systems Product Directorate and Watercraft Inspection Branch.

The branch listed 13 awardees for a $155 million contract to provide non-dry dock emergency vessel modernization and repairs.

All three contracts run through Jan. 26, 2026.

The service received 16 bids for the first contract, seven for the second and 15 for the third via an online solicitation.

Awardees for the three contracts include:

  • Bay Ship & Yacht
  • Colonna’s Shipyard
  • Conley Marine Services
  • Continental Tide Defense Systems
  • Epsilon Systems Solutions
  • Fairlead Boatworks
  • GMD Shipyard
  • Guam Industrial Services
  • Gulf Copper & Manufacturing
  • Heavy Engineering Industries and Shipbuilding
  • HII Fleet Support Group
  • Japan Marine United
  • L3 Unidyne
  • Lyon Shipyard
  • Mare Island Dry Dock
  • Metal Trades
  • Murtech
  • Orient Shipyard
  • Platypus Marine
  • QED Systems
  • Sumitomo Heavy Industries
  • Sunjin Entech
  • Swiftships
  • Vigor Marine
  • Yank Marine Services
  • Yokohama Engineering Works
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