Frontier Technology of Beavercreek landed a $35.5 million contract to provide computer software and training, the Defense Department said.
The Naval Surface Warfare Center awarded the contract for work split between sites in Washington, D.C., and Port Hueneme, California.
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The company also landed a $9.4 million, five-year contract to perform similar work for the Air Force in the Dayton area, according to Jerry Copes, director of contracts administration.
The company anticipates hiring up to six to eight more employees in its Beavercreek office under the Air Force deal, Copes said.
Belcamp, Maryland-headquartered SURVICE Engineering Co, which has a Dayton area office, landed a $9.9 million Navy contract on research and development on air weapon systems survivability, among other work.
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The Defense Department said 40 percent of the work for the Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division will take place in Dayton with the rest in California, Maryland and Florida.
Butt Construction Co. of Beavercreek was awarded a $6.2 million U.S. Army Corps of Engineers contract to replace heating, ventilation and air conditioning units in a National Air and Space Intelligence Center building.
The work must be completed by 2019. The company has several ongoing contracts at the base, according to William T. Butt Jr., president of Butt Construction.