Bechtel Plant Machinery has won three of the United States Navy’s Naval Nuclear Propulsion Program contracts worth $1.43 billion combined.
The modification contracts, each of which is valued at $913.5million, $483.7 million and $31.8 million, calls for the procurement of Naval Nuclear Propulsion Components, the US Department of Defense said in a statement Friday.
The Naval Nuclear Propulsion Program is a joint Department of Energy/Department of Navy organization which is tasked with the responsibility to design, build, operate, maintain and manage the nuclear-powered warships and facilities which support the US nuclear-powered Naval fleet.
Work will be performed in Monroeville, Pennsylvania (66%); and Schenectady, New York (34%).
BAE, Army Research Lab Develop Tech to Automate Heavy Weld Operations for...
BAE to Develop Cyber Tools to Secure DARPA's Electronic Data
US Army's Precision Strike Missile Completes First Flight Test
Leidos Nets $6.52B to Sustain Pentagon's Information Network
Germany To Finalise Order for 38 Eurofighter Jets, 110 E-Scan Radars
Turkish Navy to get First Indigenous Aircraft Carrier in 2020
Bechtel Bags US Navy's $1.4Bn Naval Nuclear Propulsion Components Contract
Su-57 Performs 16 Flights with New, Powerful Engine
Several joint production and direct procurement programs could be halted if the US and Europe carry through with their threat...
Sanctions-hit Iran has found ingenious ways to develop military hardware
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is rapidly permeating the defence industry to aid and improve human decision-making
Upgrade of Russias Sukhoi Su-30SM fighters to equip them with armaments, radar, sensors and engines from the more powerful Su-35...
US companies sanctioned by China for supplying weapons to Taiwan may be denied rare earth elements (REEs), which have critical...
While the US F-35 stealth aircraft has become one the fastest selling fighter jets in the world aircraft market, thanks...