Deals this week: GD Electric Boat, GD Bath Iron Works, Raytheon

4 January 2019 (Last Updated January 4th, 2019 09:46)

The US Navy has awarded contracts worth $2.81bn to General Dynamics Electric Boat, Huntington Ingalls Industries (HII), and Oceaneering International to perform level I engineering and submarine safety (SUBSAFE) works on naval submarines until December 2023.

The US Navy has awarded contracts worth $2.81bn to General Dynamics Electric Boat, Huntington Ingalls Industries (HII), and Oceaneering International to perform level I engineering and submarine safety (SUBSAFE) works on naval submarines until December 2023.

The companies will provide management and technical services to support maintenance activities, repairs, and installations on hull, equipment, and weapons of submarines such as Seawolf-class (SSN 21), Los Angeles-class (SSN 688), Ohio-class (SSBN/SSGN 726), and Virginia-class (SSN 774).

Contactual activities will be performed at Naval Submarine Base King’s Bay and at shipyards in Norfolk, Portsmouth, Pearl Harbor, and Puget Sound.

General Dynamics Bath Iron Works has secured a $922m contract modification from the US Navy to build a fifth Arleigh Burke (DDG 51) class destroyer.

Works will be carried out at various locations until May 2026.

The company has also received a contract worth $26.44m to provide engineering support services for DDG 1000-class destroyers as part of post-delivery and in-service lifecycle support programme.

This contract includes delivery of engineering and technical support services, shock qualification test, modernisation planning, and integrated logistics support.

Contractual work will be performed at various locations across the US until December 2023 and also includes other options.

The US Government has awarded a $434.38m contract modification to Raytheon Missile Systems for the procurement of AIM-9X short-range missiles.

Raytheon will supply 766 AIM-9X Block II all-up-round tactical missiles under the AIM-9X Lot 18 production requirements contract.

“The contract includes options that will increase its total value to $357.82m if exercised.”

AIM-9X Block II missiles procured under the contract are intended for the US Navy and Air Force, as well as governments of the UAE, South Korea, Qatar, Norway, Australia, Israel, and the Netherlands.

Under the contract, the company will also provide an additional 160 AIM-9X Block II+ all-up-round missiles, eight advanced optical target detectors, 50 spare guidance units, and 35 spare captive air training missile guidance units.

Works will take place in the US until March 2021.

Raytheon Integrated Defense Systems has received a contract worth $114.06m to support the integration and production efforts of AN/SPY-6(V) air and missile defence radar (AMDR).

The contract includes options that will increase its total value to $357.82m if exercised.

The US has awarded a $366.6m contract modification to Bell Boeing for the production and delivery of two MV-22B aircraft to the US Marine Corps and three CMV-22B aircraft to the US Navy.

Contractual work will take place at various locations across the US until October 2023.

Rolls-Royce Corporation has been awarded a $218.75m logistics support contract by the US Naval Air Warfare Center Training Systems Division (NAWCTSD).

The company will perform intermediate and depot-level maintenance activities and provide related logistics support for F405-RR-401 Adour engines on T-45 Goshawk naval trainer aircraft.

Works will be performed in Mississippi, Florida, Maryland, and Texas until December.