Engineering Services Network to Support NUWC Newport’s Module Test & Repair Program

Douglas Lopez
Douglas Lopez

Engineering Services Network will provide logistics and technical support for the module test and repair program of the Naval Undersea Warfare Center – Newport Division under a potential five-year, $13.5 million contract.

The company said Wednesday the contract covers life-cycle support and repairs for circuit card assemblies and electronic modules at the NUWC Newport detachment field engineering office in Norfolk, Virginia.

Chief Operating Officer Douglas Lopez added that the contract could generate an estimated 17 new jobs at the ESN field office in Chesapeake.

The project has a base value of $2.6 million with a one-year period of performance for work beginning February.

ESN is a service-disabled veteran-owned small business based in Arlington.

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