Irving Shipbuilding's AOPS Tier 1 Suppliers
For significant programs, Irving Shipbuilding appoints Major Subcontractors to execute major work packages, typically including the design and supply of complex systems.
In the case of the Artic Offshore Patrol Ships (AOPS), five Major Subcontractors were selected with the exceptional capabilities and experience needed to provide large work packages sub-contracted by Irving Shipbuilding from the Definition Contract. This Contract was signed by Irving Shipbuilding with the Government of Canada in March 2013, and included in its scope the design, validation and integration of the AOPS and all of the complex equipment and systems on the vessel.
As Canada’s Prime Contractor for the AOPS project, Irving Shipbuilding selected a team of exceptional, experienced subcontractors to fulfill the mandate of the design phase.
In January 2015, the Government of Canada announced the award of the contract for the Production of the AOPS to Irving Shipbuilding following on from the Definition Contract. This award then triggered negotiations for the production of the AOPS with the Major Subcontractors and other potential suppliers.
Major Subcontractors Include:
Lockheed Martin Canada -- Command and Surveillance Systems Integrator
Responsible for the engineering, design, procurement, integration, test and delivery of command and surveillance systems that meet all applicable requirements
GE Canada -- Integrated Propulsion System Integrator
Responsible for the engineering, design, procurement, integration, test and delivery of propulsion systems that meet all applicable requirements
Lloyd’s Register Group -- Classification Society
Liaison with the Design Agent and the integrators to obtain class society approval for required design product
Odense Maritime Technology (OMT) -- Marine Engineering and Naval Architecture Provider
Responsible for the engineering, design and integration of all aspects of the AOPS with the exception of propulsion, and command and surveillance systems
Fleetway Inc. -- Integrated Logistics Support Provider
Responsible for development and integration of the Integrated Logistics Support (ILS) products that enables the support of AOPS during its lifecycle