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and training. Work is expected to be com- pleted June 9, 1991. This contract is exe- cuted for the government of the Republic of the Philippines under the Foreign Military
Sales Program. The Naval Sea Systems
Command, Washington, D.C., is the con- tracting activity (N00024-89-C-2020).
G. Marine Diesel Corporation, Brooklyn,
N.Y., was awarded a $5,706,399 firm-fixed- price contract for the regular overhaul of
Los Alamos (AFDB-7). Work is expected to be completed in April 1990. Contract funds will expire at the end of the current fiscal year. The Naval Sea Systems Command,
Washington, D.C., is the contracting activity (N00024-85-H-8650).
Crowley Towing and Transportation
Company, Jacksonville, Fla., was awarded a $7,353,066 firm-fixed-price plus reimburs- ables contract for the charter of the tug
Bruce A. McAllister (or substitute) along with Tank Barge CMC 450-10. This tug and tank barge will be used for standby service, providing for the transportation of potable water from Jacksonville, Florida, to Naval
Station, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. The unit was delivered October 15, 1989. The con- tract performance period is 18 months with one six-month option. The Military Sealift
Command, Washington, D.C., is the con- tracting authority (N00033-89-C-1711 and
Raytheon Company, Submarine Signal
Division, Portsmouth, R.I., was awarded a $5,525,138 modification to a previously awarded firm-fixed-price/fixed-price-incen- tive contract for Engineering Change Pro- posal 001 for the MK II Submarine Combat
Control System. Work is expected to be completed in February 1993. The Naval Sea
Systems Command, Washington, D.C., is the contracting activity (N00024-88-C- 6067).
M. Rosenblatt & Son, Incorporated, New
York, N.Y., was awarded a $9,547,205 cost- plus-award-fee contract including options to provide engineering and technical services to the Military Sealift Command's Engineer- ing and Ship Introduction Directorate.
These services include investigative and de- sign efforts relating to the design, overhaul, modification, maintenance, repair, improve- ment and regulatory certification of Military
Sealift Command ships. The Military Sealift
Command, Washington, D.C., is the con- tracting authority (N00033-89-C-3006).
Ingalls Shipbuilding Incorporated, Pas- cagoula, Miss., was awarded a $13,750,000 modification to a previously awarded cost- plus-award-fee contract for on-board spares and repair parts for Aegis cruisers. Also included are installation and checkout spare parts. Work is expected to be completed in
December 1991. The Supervisor of Ship- building, Conversion and Repair, Pascagou- la, Miss., is the contracting activity (N00024-87-C-2165).
Southwest Marine, Inc., San Diego, Calif., was awarded a $27,835,705 firm-fixed- price contract for Regular Overhaul (ROH) of USS Gridley (CG-21). Work is expected to be completed in March 1991. The Naval Sea
Systems Command, Washington, D.C., is the contracting activity (N00024-85-H- 8221). $23-Million Navy Contract
Awarded Avondale To
Enlarge Auxiliary Oiler
Avondale Industries, Inc. has been awarded a $23-million contract to enlarge an auxiliary oiler of the
The award is the result of the
Navy exercising an option in the contract Avondale received on July 15, 1988 which provided for jum- boizing two oilers with options for two additional vessels in fiscal 1989 and one in fiscal 1990. The Navy previously exercised the option for the two vessels for fiscal 1989.
Albert L. Bossier Jr., chair- man and CEO, stated that the exer- cise of this option increases the con- tract value from $97 million to $120 million. The contract will total about $130 million with certain component options and the cost of inflation added. It will require 400
Avondale workers at its peak and will continue until 1993.
The AO-177 oilers were built by
Avondale in the early 1980s and their capacity is being enlarged by 50 percent.
Avondale Industries, Inc., head- quartered in metro New Orleans, is one of the nation's leading marine fabricators. In addition to its ship- building operations, the company specializes in boat and LCAC con-
STEEl __ » struction and is a major repair con- tractor for commercial and Navy ships. It is also involved in the mod- ular construction of plants and com- ponents for a variety of land-based industries.
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