Navy Awards $1.7B in Ship Maintenance, Repair IDIQ Contracts

The U.S. Navy has awarded four five-year contracts worth $1.74 billion combined to procure maintenance, repair and modernization services for non-nuclear surface combatant and amphibious ships.

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The multiple-award, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contracts covering lots 1 through 4 include scheduled docking and non-docking, continuous and emergent maintenance support for amphibious and surface combatant ships in San Diego, the Department of Defense said Tuesday.

Each of the IDIQ contracts set aside for small businesses has a five-year ordering period that could run through November 2026.

Lots I and II contracts have ceiling values of approximately $654.8 million and $538.5 million, respectively. Each contract attracted seven offers.

The awardees on Lot I and Lot II contracts are:

  • BAE Systems San Diego Ship Repair
  • Continental Maritime San Diego
  • East Coast Repair and Fabrication
  • Epsilon Systems Solutions
  • General Dynamics NASSCO
  • Pacific Ship Repair and Fabrication

Lots III and IV contracts have ceiling values of approximately $209.2 million and $335 million, respectively. Each of these contracts drew nine bids from offerors.

The companies that secured spots on these two contracts are:

  • Advanced Integrated Technologies
  • Colonna’s Shipyard West
  • East Coast Repair and Fabrication
  • Epsilon Systems Solutions
  • Gulf Copper Ship Repair
  • Integrated Marine Services
  • Pacific Ship Repair and Fabrication
  • Propulsion Controls Engineering
  • Southcoast Welding & Manufacturing

Naval Sea Systems Command obligated $60,000 in fiscal year 2022 operations and maintenance funds for each of Lot 1 and Lot III contracts.

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