The Navy awarded a $115 million contract for repair and maintenance of surface ships homeported in Mayport, Fla., to Fincantieri’s Marine Systems North America,

Epsilon Systems Solutions Inc., and St. Johns Boat Co.

This indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity multiple award contract will cover ship repair, maintenance and modernization of surface ships homeported in Mayport, Fla., including Arleigh Burke-class destroyers (DDG-51s), Ticonderoga-class cruisers (CG-47s), Harpers Ferry-class and Whidbey Island-class dock landing ships (LSDs), San Antonio-class amphibious transport dock ships (LPDs), and Wasp-class (LHDs) amphibious assault ships.

The Navy said this specifically covers ships under Lot 2 work. The work will occur in Mayport and the ordering period will end in December 2022. 

The Defense Department said the contract was competitively procured with three total offers received but did not disclose the other competitors.

In August, the Navy awarded $2.76 billion in contracts to sustain and maintain Littoral Combat Ships based at Mayport. BAE Systems Ship Repair Yard in Jacksonville, Fla., and Fincantieri’s Marine Systems North America, based in Chesapeake, Va., won a combined $1.3 billion maximum ceiling value multiple award contract (MAC) at the time (Defense Daily, Aug. 16).

At the time, the Navy also awarded a second MAC for the LCS work worth $965 million jointly issued to Austal USA; Colonna’s Shipyard Inc.; East Coast Repair & Fabrication LLC; Epsilon Systems Solutions Inc.; General Dynamics’ NASSCO-Mayport [GD]; North Florida Shipyards Inc; and Tecnico Corp.