Work will be done through the Navy’s Center for Innovative Naval Shipbuilding and Advanced Manufacturing. The center’s goal is to develop and deploy technologies that ultimately reduce the cost and time required to build and repair ships and aircraft.
Work on the contract is expected to be completed in August 2024, according to a news release. ATI was chosen from two proposals received by the Department of Defense.
“ATI is excited to continue supporting the Office of Naval Research’s Navy ManTech program. ... We are proud of our rich history with Navy ManTech and look forward to advancing the longstanding relationships with our partners to benefit the fleet,” ATI President Chris Van Metre said in the release.