BAE Systems Ordnance Systems Inc., based in Radford, Virginia, has been awarded a contract worth $47.1 million to replace a legacy nitroglycerin facility. The contract was secured after an internet solicitation that received one bid. The work is expected to be completed by April 20, 2026, and is funded by the Army’s 2024 procurement of ammunition budget. The Army Contracting Command in Rock Island Arsenal, Illinois, is overseeing the contract.
- BAE Systems Ordnance Systems Inc. secured a $47.1 million contract.
- The contract focuses on the replacement of a legacy nitroglycerin facility in Radford, Virginia.
- The project is set to be finished by April 20, 2026.
- The funding comes from the Army’s 2024 ammunition procurement budget.
- The Army Contracting Command in Illinois is in charge of the contract’s activities.