Miamisburg company a subcontractor on $13M Army project

O’Neil & Associates, Inc. has landed a three-year, sole source, $3.3 million federal contract for revisions to documentation for a U.S. Army mine detector program.

A Miamisburg-based technical writing and documentation company, O’Neil will develops technical publications, training and related materials and will serve as a subcontractor for Critical Solutions International (CSI), a South Carolina company.

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“This contract is a win-win for O’Neil, CSI and the Dayton area,” Hernan Olivas, president and chief executive for O’Neil, said in a release. “We’re eager to use our team’s expertise to bring value to our warfighters and create meaningful work for Dayton-area residents. We also look forward to building upon our established relationships with CSI and the Department of Defense.”

The $13 million contract awarded to CSI calls for revisions to the operator’s manual, lubrication order, repair parts, special tools and hand receipt for the Vehicle Mounted Mine Detector Husky M1231.

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The local company will provide revisions to the operations, maintenance, parts, and engine overhaul manuals, bringing them into compliance with military specifications.

O’Neil’s work will be conducted in Miamisburg with an estimated completion date of Sept. 26, 2022.

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