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
Productos Electronicos Industriales in Hunt Valley won a $15,018,335 contract from the Navy to provide an air-cooled frequency converter.
Vitro Corp. in Silver Spring won a $2,863,874 contract from the Navy to provide engineering and related services for anti-submarine warfare acoustics.
Westinghouse Electric Corp. in Sykesville won a $2,573,155 contract from the Navy to provide preliminary studies and engineering services.
I-Net Inc. in Bethesda won a $1,477,477 contract from the Navy to provide intercom systems.
The Milcar Construction Corp. in Hagerstown won a $760,300 contract from the Air Force to repair sewer pipes/water and service lines at Bolling AFB.
Gebhardt Inc. in Clinton won a $339,432 contract from the Army to upgrade the water system at Fort Meade.
McCleary-Franz Co. in Timonium won a $283,299 contract from the Navy to provide a modular two-story office structure.
Viereck Co. in Columbia won a $174,196 contract from the Navy to provide vertical machining centers.
Telenetics Inc. in Landover won a $100,086 contract from the Navy to provide data processing system operation and maintenance.
AIM Corp. in Parkton won an $84,593 contract from the Navy to provide nozzle assemblies.
Becton Dickinson in Sparks won an $82,145 contract from the Navy to provide maintenance of bacterial detection systems.
SFA Inc. in Landover won an $82,977 contract from the Air Force to provide professional support services to the USAF frequency management center for handling radio spectrum regulation and management.
Richards International Inc. in Silver Spring won a $1,786,450 contract from the National Cancer Institute to provide support services for the drug management and authorization section.
Macro International Inc. in Silver Spring won a $777,940 contract from the Department of Education to update the maintenance and operation of database programs.
Ro/Co Corp. in Brentwood won a $487,634 contract from the GSA to provide heating and cooling water treatment chemicals.
LNM Corp. in Rockville won a $477,006 contract from the Goddard Space Flight Center to provide landscaping services.
Remac Information Corp. in Gaithersburg won a $401,362 contract from the National Institutes of Health to microfilm medical records.
OCR Services Inc. in Rockville won a $350,705 contract from the U.S. Government Printing Office to provide printing services.
Elrich Nichols Contracting in Capitol Heights won a $274,000 contract from the Goddard Space Flight Center to modify the assembly area in building 5.
U.S. Tag & Ticket Co. in Baltimore won a $192,648 contract from the U.S. Government Printing Office to provide tags.
W. C. Burroughs and Associates Inc. in Jessup won a $109,770 contract from NASA to provide a computer numerical controlled machining center.
Valley Modular Offices Inc. in Abingdon won a $102,051 contract from the Commerce Department to provide modular buildings.
Johnson Technical Services in Baltimore won a $100,000 contract from the Watervliet Arsenal to provide engineering services.
Brenda Clark in Oxon Hill won an $83,350 contract from HUD to provide field review appraiser services.
Honeywell Inc. in Hunt Valley won a $37,392 contract from the USAA/PGSA to maintain and repair government-owned Honeywell environmental equipment.
Qualimetrices Inc. in Baldwin won a $100,000 contract from the GSA to provide equipment and supplies.
Gill Marketing Co. in Crofton won a $28,208 contract from the Defense General Supply Center to provide an electric mobile bone dust remover.
Pathology Associates in Frederick won a contract of an unspecified amount from the Chemical Research, Development and Engineering Center to provide pathology support for toxicology investigations.