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Apr
2014

USS Mount Whitney (LCC 20) Extended Service Life Program

Tridentis was just awarded a three year $2.3M prime contract by Military Sealift Command (MSC) to perform engineering services on the USS MOUNT WHITNEY Extended Service Life Program.  Our work on this contract will consist of supporting the Engineering Directorate of MSC in the areas of marine engineering, naval architecture, electrical and electronics engineering, maintenance engineering, shipboard testing and inspections and failure analysis. The majority…

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19

Mar
2014

Working with NOAA in Norfolk

We are underway on the shipcheck for the NOAAS Thomas Jefferson at its homeport berth in Norfolk, Virginia. Tridentis won this award earlier this month, and this work will keep us busy for the next two months. This exciting project is helping our nation’s vital oceanographic survey ship perform its missions more efficiently and more effectively while extending its service life for many years to…

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11

Mar
2014

NOAA Ship Thomas Jefferson

  Tridentis was just awarded a contract through our GSA Professional Engineering Service Contract to provide Marine Engineering Services for the NOAA Ship Thomas Jefferson.  The Thomas Jefferson, whose home port is Norfolk, VA is a hydrographic survey vessel that was built by Halter Marine in 1991.  This ship is currently a part of a fleet of NOAA survey vessels.  The primary mission is to…

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6

Feb
2014

Tridentis Sponsors ASNE Day 2014

Tridentis is a proud sponsor of ASNE Day 2014 “Engineering America’s Maritime Dominance.”  This event will take place at the Hyatt Regency Crystal City 2799 Jefferson Davis Highway Arlington, VA 22202 from February 20-21, 2014.  The technical program for these two days can be found here.   If you aren’t registered yet you can do that here.  Our ad below will run in the convention publication, so keep an eye…

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28

Jan
2014

A Design and Production Genius – Andrew Higgins

This is a fantastic story about how Andrew Higgins won World War II for America.  The US Navy was not happy about this small boat builder on St. Charles Ave in New Orleans who designed and built a more superior landing craft than the US Navy.  This boat was called the LCVP (Landing Craft, Vehicle, Personnel) or Higgins Boat and it ended up being used…

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23

Jan
2014

USCG Barque Eagle – Service Life Extension Program

We are excited to announce that we will be supporting the United States Coast Guard on the Service Life Extension Program (SLEP) for the USCG Barque Eagle. The Barque Eagle is the tall ship training vessel for the USCG Academy.  This vessel was built at the Blohm + Voss Shipyard in Hamburg, Germany in 1936.  At the close of WW2 this ship was taken by…

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26

Nov
2013

Tridentis awarded contract to support the USCG 225 WLB MMA Project

Under this task order, Tridentis will provide on-site support to the ISVS ESD Project Manager for the development of long lead material (LLTM) and service procurement packages for the 225 WLB MMA Project.  Input and data collection will include market research, drawing review, vendor literature, proposal submission requirements, proposal evaluation criteria, EDFP and PTD requirements, and revisions to procurement specifications.

10

Sep
2013

Tridentis awarded MSC Engineering Design Services Contract

Tridentis was just awarded a three year IDIQ contract to provide marine engineering, naval architecture, electrical, and electronics engineering to the Military Sealift Command (MSC) Engineering Directorate.  The MSC Engineering Directorate has five divisions: N71 (Maintenance Management), N72 (Technical Division), N73 (Policy and Regulatory Compliance), N74 (Fleet Recapitalization), and N75 (Field Activity). Tridentis can provide the following services to all five divisions within the Engineering Directorate:…

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