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

GOVERNMENT CONTRACTS

February 17, 1992

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.

Non-defense contracts

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.

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