Chromalloy Wins $462M Air Force Contract for Turbine Engine Assembly
Chromalloy Component Services has won the Air Force's $461.56M contract for the remanufacture of the F108 Module 13/15 low-pressure turbine assembly.
The company beat out one other bidder for the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract. The deal includes a one-year base period and four option periods.
Obligated funds will be taken from defense agencies working capital funds and will be awarded upon the issuance of individual delivery orders.
Work will be done in San Antonio, Texas, and is expected to be finished by April 16, 2025. The Air Force Sustainment Center at Tinker Air Force Base, Oklahoma, is the contracting activity, GovCon Wire reported Monday.
Chromalloy is an aviation and aerospace company headquartered in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida. It specializes in building gas turbine parts for the original equipment manufacturing, power, oil and gas, commercial aviation and military sectors.
In 2015, the Air Force awarded Chromalloy a $74M contract to provide repairs on low-pressure turbine modules for the F108 engine fleet.
Category: Contract Vehicles
Tags: Air Force Sustainment Center, Chromalloy, contract award, Contract Vehicles, Department of Defense, F108 low-pressure turbine, Florida, GovConWire, IDIQ, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity, Palm Beach Gardens, U.S. Air Force,