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AWARDS

May 27, 1997

GTE Government Systems Corp. of Thousand Oaks won an $18-million contract from Rome Laboratory in Rome, N.Y., for imagery exploitation support system.

* Litton Systems Inc. of Woodland Hills won a $4.5-million contract from the Naval Air Warfare Center in Patuxent River, Md., for carrier inertial navigation systems and technical data, and a $4.4-million contract from the Navy in Philadelphia for mode selector units.

* Sergent's Mechanical Systems Inc. of Oxnard won two $786,000 contracts from the Army Corps of Engineers in Los Angeles, one for building repairs and the other for property maintenance and repair.

* Intertex General Contractors Inc. of Valencia won a $1.4-million contract from Engineering Field Activity West in San Bruno for architectural and engineering services.

* Trusco Tank Inc. of Laguna Hills was awarded a $502,837 contract from Ventura County to build Tierra Rejada Reservoir just west of the Moorpark Freeway in the Carlsberg development in Moorpark. The project includes constructing a 1.5-million-gallon steel reservoir and a water-supply pipeline. The project is scheduled to begin June 3 and completed by about Feb. 28.

* Medcom Builders of Santa Ynez was awarded a $369,151 contract from Ventura County to relocate the cardiology and nuclear medicine departments of Ventura County Medical Center. The project involves remodeling and renovation work on existing offices at the hospital. The work is scheduled to begin June 3, with completion expected by Oct. 24.

* Evolving Resources Inc. of Camarillo won a $324,715 contract from the Naval Surface Warfare Center in Port Hueneme for graphic and administrative support.

* HR Textron Inc. of Valencia won a $219,480 contract from the Navy in Philadelphia for torque motors.

* Rockwell International Corp. of Thousand Oaks won a $200,000 contract from the Army in Ft. Monmouth, N.J., for infrared focal plane array research.

* HR Textron Inc. of Pacoima won a $167,400 contract from the Army Aviation and Troop Command in St. Louis, Mo., for valves.

* ITT Fluid Technology Corp. of Valencia won a $122,003 contract from Kelly Air Force Base in Texas for valves, and a $27,884 contract from the Defense Supply Center in Columbus, Ohio, for valves.

* Litton Systems Inc. of Woodland Hills won a $111,993 contract from Robins Air Force Base in Georgia for transponder test sets.

* PTI Technologies Inc. of Newbury Park won three contracts of $39,673, $34,200 and $31,434 from the Defense General Supply Center in Richmond, Va., each for fluid filter elements.

* American Nucleonics Corp. of Thousand Oaks won a $99,441 contract from the Defense Supply Center in Columbus, Ohio, for antennas.

* Space-Lok Inc. of Burbank won a $97,929 contract from the U.S. Army in St. Louis, Mo., for hardware.

* Terabit Technology LLC of Oxnard won a $83,253 contract from Rome Laboratory in Rome, N.Y., for a bit error rate tester demonstration.

* APEX Manufacturing Co. of North Hollywood won a $49,324 contract from the Defense Supply Center in Columbus, Ohio, for aircraft components and accessories.

* Litton Systems Inc. of Agoura Hills won a $48,300 contract from the U.S. Navy in Mechanicsburg, Pa., for electronic components.

* Silco Engineering & Manufacturing Co. in Chatsworth won a $42,886 contract from the Hill Air Force Base in Utah for hardware and abrasives.

* Hydromach Inc. of Canoga Park won a $40,262 contract from Kelly Air Force Base in Texas for engines, turbines and components.

* Pacific Aerospace Manufacturing in Newbury Park won a $38,814 contract from the Defense General Supply Center in Richmond, Va., for aircraft and airframe structural components.

* Visions of Video in Northridge won a $38,120 contract from the Department of the Treasury in Washington, D.C., for radio accessories.

* Pacific Sky Supply Inc. of Sun Valley won a $34,997 contract from Kelly Air Force Base in Texas for gears.

* Hydraulics International Inc. of Chatsworth won a $33,222 contract from the Defense Supply Center in Columbus, Ohio, for fluid pressure regulating valves.

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