Published Oct. 24, 2013
Life Cycle Engineering has been awarded a $5.5 million contract to provide support for a naval ship repair facility in Japan.
The Naval Supply Fleet Logistics Center in Puget Sound, Wash., awarded the contract, according to a news release from the company. Life Cycle Engineering will work with the engineering and planning departments of the Naval Ship Repair Facility and Japan Regional Maintenance Center to create job summaries and task-group instructions in the Advanced Industrial Management system for carriers and other ships ported in Yokosuka, Japan.
“The award of this contract is essential to SRF-JRMC’s ability to execute maintenance and repairs on carriers and surface ships based in Yokosuka, Japan,” Manny Lovgren, senior vice president of Life Cycle Engineering’s engineering services group, said in the news release.
Life Cycle Engineering has worked in support services for U.S. naval shipyards for more than a decade.