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SEA CORP awarded $2.4M to develop prototypes for Navy submarine payloads

MIDDLETOWN – Systems Engineering Associates Corp. has been selected for a one-year, $2.4 million contract with the U.S. Navy, the company announced on March...
SEA CORP has recently received two multi-million dollar contracts related to the U.S. Navy.

SEA CORP announces two Navy contracts

MIDDLETOWN – Systems Engineering Associates Corp. has been awarded two contracts from the U.S. Navy, including one for $20.3 million, the company announced on...

Middletown defense contractor gets $16.8M contract

MIDDLETOWN – Rite-Solutions Inc. has been awarded a five-year, $16.8 million contract with the U.S. Naval Undersea Warfare Center Division Newport, the company announced...

New mezzanine level doubles production space at SEA Corp.

MIDDLETOWN – Systems Engineering Associates Corp. has announced the construction of an expansion to its production facilities – a new, 4,000-square-foot mezzanine level built...
INCREASED WORKFORCE: From left, Justin Monte, Suzanne Violet and Kate Arsenault walk along the Naval Undersea Warfare Center Division Newport campus. The workforce at the 180-acre, 76-building complex mainly consists of highly paid professionals such as engineers and scientists, administrators and technicians. The workforce has grown by more than 200 employees to between 6,100 and 6,200 since last fall, 4,500 of whom live in Rhode Island.
 / COURTESY NAVAL UNDERSEA WARFARE CENTER DIVISION NEWPORT

Newport’s Naval Undersea Warfare Center a hub for defense-based research and...

There’s no denying the boost Rhode Island’s economy gets from the Naval Undersea Warfare Center Division Newport. Like so many other parts of the...
SYSTEMS ENGINEERING Associates Corp. was awarded a $9.7 million, five-year contract to support the Combat Systems Department of the Naval Undersea Warfare Center in Newport.

SEA Corp. awarded $9.7M contract to support NUWC

Middletown – Systems Engineering Associates Corp. was awarded a five-year, $9.7 million contract from the Naval Sea Systems Command to support the Combat Systems...
THE NAVAL UNDERSEA Warfare Center selected Rite-Solutions and 22 other companies for a $561.2 million contract to develop future generations of unmanned undersea vehicle family of systems. Above, Rite-Solutions President and CEO Dennis McLaughlin. / PBN FILE PHOTO/KATE WHITNEY LUCEY

Rite-Solutions among 23 companies awarded $561M U.S. Navy contract

MIDDLETOWN – Rite-Solutions was one of 23 companies selected for a five-year, $561.2 million contract to develop future generations of unmanned undersea vehicle family...

SEA CORP one of 23 companies awarded $794.5M NUWC multiple-award contract

MIDDLETOWN – Systems Engineering Associates Corp. was one of 23 companies that earned a nine-year, combined $794.5 million contract from the Weapons, Vehicles, and...
SYSTEMS ENGINEERING Associates Corp. was one of 23 companies awarded a $794.5 million multiple-award contract for the advancement of its Unmanned Undersea Vehicles Family of Systems Development.

SEA CORP one of 23 companies awarded $794.5M NUWC multiple-award contract

MIDDLETOWN – Systems Engineering Associates Corp. was one of 23 companies that earned a nine-year, combined $794.5 million multiple-award contract from the Weapons, Vehicles,...
SYSTEMS ENGINEERING Associates Corp. was awarded a $29.6 million five-year technical-services contract for the Electromagnetic Systems Department of the Naval Undersea Warfare Center.

SEA CORP awarded $29.6M NUWC technical-services contract

MIDDLETOWN - Systems Engineering Associates Corp. has been awarded a $29.6 million five-year technical-services contract from the Electromagnetic Systems Department of the Naval Undersea...

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