Todd Pacific Shipyards Enters Contract with Electric Boat

Friday, January 30, 2004
Todd Pacific Shipyards Corporation announced today that it has entered into a contract with Electric Boat Corporation of Groton, Connecticut to support their work on Trident submarines. During the period from May to September 2003, Todd Pacific completed planning and preparation work for Electric Boat under a contract valued at less than $200,000. Todd Pacific has begun work on a follow-on contract to fabricate components and to accomplish associated steel outfitting, project management and quality assurance functions. This contract is associated with the refit work being accomplished by Electric Boat on the USS OHIO (SSBN 726) at the Puget Sound Naval Shipyard. Todd Pacific's work is being performed under a cost plus incentive fee contract with Electric Boat for fabrication work, and a firm fixed price contract for the associated project management and quality assurance work. The total value of these contracts is approximately $5.3 million and the work is scheduled to be completed in May 2004. Todd Pacific has been requested to provide pricing estimates for a second shipset of components to be fabricated in late 2004 completing in 2005. Todd Pacific intends to pursue this additional opportunity, however there is no assurance that Todd Pacific will be awarded all or part of this additional work.
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