Back to overview,Home naval-today Detyens Shipyards Lands USNS John Lenthall Contract Share this article Industry news The winner of a solicitation posted to the Federal Business Opportunities website is Detyens Shipyards, Inc., North Charleston, S.C , which will be the signatory of $8,108,084 firm-fixed-price contract, Marine log informs. Nevertheless, the contract foresees additional options, which, if used, could result in higher costs rising up to $9 mill.The U.S. Navy’s Military Sealift Fleet Support Command is the contracting authority awarding contract on 55 calendar day shipyard availability for the regular overhaul and drydocking of Military Sealift Command fleet replenishment oiler USNS John Lenthall (T-AO 189).USNS John Lenthall is engaged in providing fuel refill to Navy ships already at sea, thus enabling them to remain sailing for a considerable period of time, without having to interrupt their routes.The activities stipulated by the contract, which are to be carried out at North Charleston, S.C. will encompass: cleaning and repairing anchor chains, 12,000 hour maintenance of port main engine, propeller maintenance, cleaning switchboard controllers, replacing the air conditioning chillers and cleaning and painting the underwater hull.The completion of the works is scheduled for June 25.Detyens Shipyards provides large commercial ship owners with quality dry-docking services, a variety of craft expertise, remarkably flexible facility and a growing port. It also provides ultra-high-pressure water blasting as an alternative to grit blasting, a safer and cleaner method than traditional sand blasting.[mappress]Naval Today Staff , April 03, 2012; Detyens Shipyards Lands USNS John Lenthall Contract View post tag: Lenthall View post tag: News by topic View post tag: John View post tag: Detyens View post tag: Naval View post tag: lands View post tag: USNS View post tag: contract View post tag: Shipyards View post tag: Navy April 3, 2012
As she was making jewelry for her friends and loved ones for Christmas, she decided she was having too much fun making the gifts and thought it would be great to continue to make jewelry and help Youth Resources at the same time. For more information, please call Burnworth at 812-430-8497 or email her at [email protected] LinkEmail Burnworth says she is already registered for trade shows and she and her husband, Kent, will be happy to meet with interested buyers. Where Can You Buy Inexpensive Gifts That Help You And A local Youth-Serving, Not-For-Profit?This month, Ann Burnworth launched a small business in hopes of helping Youth Resources of Southwestern Indiana and the youth the agency serves. She was trying to think of a way to help Youth Resources, outside of her family’s monthly budgeted gifts to the agency. Burnworth launched Burnie’s Gifts for Goods, where she makes hand made jewelry out of healing chakra crystal, stones, and other glass jewelry. A portion of all proceeds are given monthly to Youth Resources. Youth Resources has already earned their first installment; although Burnworth didn’t officially open her business until now. Her pricing list and items may be viewed at https://www.facebook.com/BurniesBenefitingBeads/.
The Vermont Chamber Hospitality Council is pleased that the National Restaurant Association (NRA) presented its first annual Congressional Leadership Award to U.S. Sen. Patrick Leahy (D-Vt.) in recognition of his efforts to fight hunger. “Senator Leahy’s contribution is meaningful to the restaurant industry because it helps our dining employers be good citizens while freeing up resources to invest in their businesses and their employees, said Vicky Tebbetts, Vice President of the Vermont Hospitality Council. “A vibrant dining industry is critical to Vermont’s tourism economy.”The National Restaurant Association created the Congressional Leadership Award to recognize members of Congress who advocate on behalf of important restaurant industry causes and support legislation that help the industry to sustain its role as a job creator, a career training ground, and a cornerstone of the community. “Vermonters have always valued the importance of taking care of their neighbors,” said Senator Patrick Leahy. “I’m proud to accept this award on behalf of all of Vermont restaurants, businesses, food banks, and community groups that lend a hand to their neighbors in need each and every day.”Leahy is a founding member of the Senate Hunger Caucus, a group seeking bipartisan solutions to end hunger in the U.S. and around the world. Leahy is also a sponsor of the Good Samaritan Hunger Relief Tax Incentive Extension Act, a bill that would advocate for the 36 million Americans at risk of hunger, and help more restaurants take advantage of a tax deduction for food donations and reduce food waste.