A joint venture between Amentum and Seabrook Solutions will perform maintenance and logistics support work on aviation support equipment for the U.S. Navy’s Fleet Readiness Centers under a three-year, $200 million contract.
Arrow’s Edge won the cost-plus-fixed-fee, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract through a competition reserved for 8(a) small businesses, the Department of Defense said Monday.
The winning contractor will conduct scheduled, unscheduled, preventive and restorative maintenance efforts as part of the IDIQ award, as well as support operational test, repair and replacement of unserviceable aviation components.
Services will also include parts fabrication, corrosion control, painting and finishing.
The Navy’s Commander, Fleet Readiness Centers received four offers for the procurement and expects contract services to conclude in July 2026.
Tasks will occur at various facilities in Maryland, California, Virginia, Florida, South Carolina, North Carolina, Louisiana, Texas and Washington.