This is a weekly summary of selected prime contracts recently awarded by the federal government to companies and other vendors in Maryland.
National defense contracts
The Asphalt Service Co. Inc. in Baltimore won a $1,825,017 contract from the Army to provide bituminous road surfacing.
Motorola Inc. in Landover won a $963,625 contract from the Navy to supply repair and maintenance service.
Westinghouse Electric Corp. in Baltimore won a $484,170 contract from the Air Force to supply condition monitoring for phased array radar.
Cray Research Inc. in Calverton won a $454,000 contract from the Air Force to supply DD49 disks for Cray computers.
Diversified Engineering Inc. in Silver Spring won a $400,000 contract from the Air Force to supply gas conver
sion for military family housing.
Charles G. Marshall Inc. in Clinton won a $354,000 contract from the Navy to repair and upgrade buildings, as well as a $115,500 contract from the Navy to provide new construction and major additions to facilities.
FJR Builders in Upper Marlboro won a $166,093 contract from the Navy to provide fire protection for Building 3 at the Naval Surface Warfare Center at the White Oak Laboratory, White Oak, Md.
Adrian L. Merton Inc. in Capitol Heights won a $139,153 contract from the Navy to supply repairs to the air conditioning systems at the Naval Ordnance Station in Indian Head.
G.F.G. Builders in Adelphi won a $129,000 contract from the Navy to supply construction for a storage shed, in Building 1, at the Naval Surface Warfare Center at the White Oak Laboratory.
Twigg Corp. in District Heights won a $104,000 contract from the Navy to replace an air handler in Building 1, Machine Room 6, at the Naval Surface Warfare Center at the White Oak Laboratory.
McDonnell Douglas Space Systems Co. in Rockville won a $911,946 contract from the Department of Commerce to supply independent verification and validation services.
Oakcrest Printing in Beltsville won a $188,750 contract from the U.S. Government Printing Office to supply pamphlet printing.
Gray Graphics in Brentwood won a $112,119 contract from the U.S. Government Printing Office to supply printing jackets.