Spanish state-owned shipbuilding company Navantia has been awarded a potential $957.8 million contract by U.S. Naval Supply Systems Command to repair and maintain Arleigh Burke-Class guided missile destroyers that will be homeported in Rota, Spain.
A NAVSUP award notice posted Thursday says the single-award, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract covers surface ship maintenance and repair services to support NATO's missile defense system in Europe.
The IDIQ award has a minimum guarantee of $104,037 and is designed to accommodate uncertainties in timing and specific requirements, according to the notice.
Madrid-based Navantia builds naval platforms such as frigates, submarines, patrol vessels, aircraft carriers and amphibious ships.