Federal contracts

October 15, 1990|By States News Service

Federal Contracts Report is a weekly summary of selected contracts recently awarded by the federal government to companies and other vendors in the Baltimore area.

* Environmental Technology Group Inc. of Baltimore won a $6,471,360 contract from the Navy to provide a maximum of 5,040 individual chemical agent detector units and 5,040 individual chemical agent detector replacement sensor modules.

* Delta Chemical Corp. of Baltimore won a $1,343,000 contract from the Army to supply aluminum sulfate.

* United Book Press of Baltimore won a $932,382 contract from the U.S. Government Printing Office to provide printing services.

* Westinghouse Electric Corp. of Baltimore won a $735,322 contract from the Air Force to research radar applications for acoustic charge transport.

* Yankee Engineering Co. of Baltimore won a $485,200 contract from the Defense Construction Supply Center to furnish a material handling conveyor system.

* J.A.K. Construction Co. Inc. of Baltimore won a $479,000 contract from the Army to modify building E-5604, laboratories and test chambers.

* Martin Marietta Corp. of Baltimore won a $260,337 contract from NASA to research composites of low density trialuminides particulate and long fiber reinforcement.

* Cotten Construction Co. of Baltimore won a $192,600 contract from the Army to replace a fish ladder and construct an observation room.

* Westinghouse Electric Corp. of Baltimore won a $950,000 contract from the Air Force to research technology demonstrations.

* Bendix Field Engineering Corp. of Columbia won an $816,300 )) contract from the Navy to provide antenna system testing and upgrade services.

* EA Remediation Technologies Inc. of Hunt Valley won an $807,264 contract from the Army to remove underground storage tanks at Ft. Bliss, Texas.

* AAI Corp. of Hunt Valley won a $487,439 contract from the Air Force to provide safety modification of battery packs for the APM-427.

* Daedalean Inc. of Columbia won a $5,462,303 contract from the Navy to provide automated fire sensing and suppression systems for amphibious assault vehicles.

* Bendix Field Engineering Corp. of Columbia won a $9,000,000 contract from the Navy to provide asset maintenance services for maritime prepositioning ships.

* UNC Support Services of Annapolis won a $110,987,074 contract from the Navy to provide maintenance and repair of equipment.

* Arinc Research Corp. of Annapolis won a $4,005,630 contract from the Army to provide engineering technical services.

* The George Hyman Construction Co. of Bethesda won a $6,156,788 contract from the Navy for the second phase of construction to a headquarters building at the Naval Intelligence Center in Suitland, Md.

* Moshman Associates Inc. of Bethesda won a $5,808,487 contract from the Public Health Service to provide general research support.

* Hagen, McAllister Associates Inc. of Lexington won a $4,500,442 contract from the Navy to provide technical and management services for air traffic control and landing systems.

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