Added: Sep 28, 2018 1:05 pm DRYDOCK REPAIRS_NOAA SHIP THOMAS JEFFERSON
Added: Jan 12, 2018 1:06 pm DOCKSIDE REPAIRS TO NOAA SHIP THOMAS JEFFERSON
Added: Dec 12, 2017 11:51 am FY18 Drydock Repairs to NOAA Ship THOMAS JEFFERSON The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), Eastern Region Acquisition Division, Norfolk, VA, on behalf of the Office of Marine and Aviation Operations (OMAO), intends to solicit for drydock repairs to NOAA Ship THOMAS JEFFERSON. The THOMAS JEFFERSON is 208 feet long overall, and its home port is Norfolk, VA.
Contract Opportunity General Information Classification Description Attachments/Links Contact Information History Award Notices Follow Side Scan Sonar Winch for NOAA Ship THOMAS JEFFERSON Active Contract Opportunity Notice ID 1305M222QNMAN0090 Related Notice 1305M222SSNNMAN01001 Department/Ind.
FOB Destination shall be NORFOLK, VA 23510 The National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration requires the following items, Purchase Description Determined by Line Item, to the following: LI 001: Thomas Jefferson Main Engine to Reduction Gear Flexible Coupling Item # 12420, Vulkan Coupling #EG2511A001 RATO-S 2511 (4 elements) Commission number: 0508-0-89-4, Ref# 0405/09-26/VK90 FOB DESTINATION: PRICE TO INCLUDE SHIPPING TO: NOAA SHIP THOMAS
This requirement is for the emergent dry dock repairs to the NOAA Ship THOMAS JEFFERSON. Work will be completed on the following items/systems: EM2040 Transducer and Bow Thruster.
This requirement is for the design, installation and testing of a new Centralized Machinery Control System (CMCS) for the NOAA Ship Thomas Jefferson. It is vital that the new design use and integrate with certain existing equipment. Amendment 0001 (A0001): To post references, as listed in the Statement of Work. Amendment 0002 (A0002): To extend the question and solicitation due date, incorporate clause, amend Period of Performance.
The nature of the work to be performed is the manufacture, delivery, and installation of a Side Scan Sonar System for the NOAA Ship Thomas Jefferson. A draft Statement of Need is provided for informational purposes only. Standard brochures will not be considered a sufficient response to this notice.
NOAA Ship Thomas Jefferson currently has the AML Oceanographic MVP-100 Moving Vessel Profiler system installed aboard and it has reached its end of useful life cycle. The MVP200 utilizes AML Conductivity, Temperature and Depth (CTD) components currently used by NOAA’s fleet of ships.