Sound & Sea Technology, Inc. was awarded an indefinite delivery indefinite quantity, multiple award contract totaling $99,000,000 for worldwide ocean services by Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC) Engineering and Expeditionary Warfare Center (EXWC), located in Port Hueneme, CA. The term of the contract will be up to 42 months.
Tasking under the contract is expected to cover a wide range of capabilities including: Harbor/Port Security Systems, Specialized and Fleet Moorings, Underwater Instrument Array Design, Installation, Inspection and Repair (Magnetic Silencing Facilities), Submarine Cable projects, Ocean System concept development, design, analysis, provide hardware, installation, and repair, Ocean Work Platform Support, Heavy Load Handling Engineering, Offshore Structure/Buoy Projects, Seafloor Engineering Projects, Marine Power Systems, Ocean Energy Generation Projects, Underwater Construction Tools, Environmental Investigations and Permitting Support for Ocean Projects, Other Ocean Engineering Support, Nearshore and Across-the-Beach Load and Logistics Handling Systems, Nearshore and Inshore Naval Expeditionary Mission Systems.
This contract is the fourth award that SST has received from NAVFAC, which comprises over 15 years of continuous support, $125 million dollars in task orders, and over 330 projects successfully executed on nearly every continent. “We’ve had a long and successful relationship with the U.S. Navy and we are very pleased to continue that support under this new contract, “ said Judith Meggitt, President. “We look forward to continuing to work with our partners to accomplish the EXWC mission.”
Sound & Sea Technology, Inc. (www.soundandsea.com) is a woman-owned small business headquartered in Lynnwood, Washington, with a division located in Ventura, California, and operations in Cork Ireland, specializing in ocean engineering for complex undersea systems, for port and harbor security and renewable marine energy. The company provides ocean engineering, systems engineering and program management support worldwide to the U.S. Navy, other government agencies, and firms that develop, build and install systems and equipment in the ocean.