Last week, the Department of Defense awarded contracts to 10 companies for the repair, maintenance and modernization of the Navy’s non-nuclear surface ships homeported in or visiting the Northwest U.S. 

The scope of work includes continuous maintenance, emergent maintenance, and short-term (10 months or less) chief of Naval Operations availabilities. The total value of the multiple award contract is a combined $944 million. 

Work will be performed in the Everett, Wash., region and is expected to be completed by January 2029.

A portion of the funding ($100,000) will be obligated from the Navy’s fiscal 2024 operations and maintenance budget, while the rest will be determined on a per-order basis.

The 10 companies include:

• Bender CCP Inc., Vernon, Calif.

• Delphinus Engineering Inc., Eddystone, Pa.

• East Coast Repair & Fabrication, Portsmouth, Va.

• Epsilon Systems, Portsmouth, Va.

• Fincantieri Marine Repair, Jacksonville, Fla.

• General Dynamics NASSCO, Bremerton, Wash.

• Integrated Marine Services Inc., Chula Vista, Calif.

• Propulsion Controls Engineering LLC, San Diego.

• Standard Inspection Services/Standard Welding & Fabrication, San Diego.

• Vigor Marine LLC, Portland, Ore.

The Navy’s Sea Systems Command is acting as contractor.