Government Contracts

September 24, 1990

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.

Non-defense contracts

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.

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