This is a weekly summary of selected prime contracts...

GOVERNMENT CONTRACTS

July 08, 1991

This is a weekly summary of selected prime contracts recently awarded by the federal government to companies and other vendors in Maryland.

Maryland contracts

Maryland contracts

Logistics Management Institutes in Bethesda won a $10,362,788 contract from the Defense Supply Center to study and analyze the Office of Defense and other defense components.

Microbiological Associates Inc. in Rockville won an $8,935,496 contract from the National Institute of Environmental Health Services to provide toxicity studies in animals.

Vitro Corp. in Silver Spring won a $1,420,000 contract from the Navy to provide engineering services.

SAFT America Inc. in Cockeysville won a $530,977 contract from the Army for research and development.

Strategica Inc. in Rockville won a $520,425 contract from the Navy to provide financial services.

Brimrose Corp. of America in Baltimore won a $253,811 contract from the Navy to provide advanced development of single-element modulators and/or deflectors.

Non-defense contracts

National Door Service Inc. in Baltimore won a $749,565 contract fromthe Navy to repair hangar doors at the Naval Air Facility, Andrews Air Force Base, Camp Springs, Md.

Medical Waste Associates Inc. in Baltimore won a $270,000 contract from the Veterans Administration Medical Center to provide medical waste pickup and disposal.

Pioneer Contracting in Crownsville won a $269,000 contract from the Navy to demolish Buildings 35A, 79, 110 and 112, correct railroad drainage problems and construct a parking area at the Naval Research Laboratory.

Exchange Joint Venture in Rockville won a $162,271 contract from the General Services Administration to provide 10,718 square feet of office space at 451 Hungerford Drive.

EMD Mechanical Specialists in Rockville won a $134,300 contract from the Navy to replace cooling water tower lines.

4-S Construction Inc. in Forestville won a $128,830 contract from the Air Force to provide additional louvers to cooling towers in Building 6000 at Bolling Air Force Base.

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