Seven Companies Receive $115M Navy Contract Modification for Ship Maintenance Work in San Diego

Seven companies based in California and Virginia have received a modification to previously awarded U.S. Navy contracts for continuous maintenance of guided missile destroyers, cruisers and amphibious ships stationed in or visiting San Diego.

The potential $114.7 million contract modification awarded to Colonna’s Shipyard West, East Coast Repair and Fabrication, Epsilon Systems Solutions, Marine Group Boat Works, Pacific Ship Repair and Fabrication, Propulsion Controls Engineering and South Coast Welding and Manufacturing exercised the fourth option period, the Department of Defense said Thursday.

Work under the firm-fixed-price modification to multiple-award indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contracts will run through May 2022.

Each contract has one or more prospective delivery orders under which funding will be obligated to contractors.

The Southwest Regional Maintenance Center in San Diego, California, awarded the contract modification.

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