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July 2010 - George G. Sharp, Inc. completes design of a double-hull fuel barge for NYCDOT that will be used to fuel the Staten Island Ferries.

September 2008 - U.S. Department of Homeland Security, United States Coast Guard (USCG), Awards $617,000.00 follow on Task Order in association with contract HSCG23-06-A-MSC143 to George G. Sharp Inc., of Alexandria, VA. SHARP will continue to Provide Engineering and Technical Support Services to the Marine Safety Center Vessel Design Plan Review Program.

September 2003 - George G. Sharp, Inc. participates in the launch of the new Staten Island Ferry for the City of New York. The first of three Sharp-designed ferries is christened and launched in Marinette, Wisconsin. Click here for details.

March 2003 - SHARP wins the re-award of the "AIT-East" contract for NSWCCD-SSES in Philadelphia. This five year contract is for engineering technical and logistics services, staging facility and support services. The total value of this contract over 5 years is almost $30M.

March 2003 - George G. Sharp, Inc. Washington Office Quality System has been approved to the new ISO 9001:2000 standard for Engineering Services.

February 2003 - TITAN Corporation team (including SHARP) wins Naval Shipyard Support office (NAVSHIPSO) Engineering and technical Support contract.

November 2002 - SHARP wins re-award of management of Naval Inactive Ship Maintenance Facility Bremerton WA.

November 2002 - Littoral Control Ship (LCS) Concept Study: SHARP was awarded one of the six Littoral Control Ship (LCS) Concept Study contracts as a member of a team with Textron Systems, Bell Helicopter Textron, and Lockheed Martin NE&SS.

October 2002 - SHARP won a contract for support of the Aegis Training & Readiness Center in Dahlgren, VA, as it transitions under the Navyís revolution in training.

September 2002 - SHARP won the re-award for support to NAVSEAís safety code for the management of the mishap and lessons learned database.

August 2002 - SHARP won the Department of Interior Minerals Management Service contracts for Hull, Mechanical, and Electrical services; heating, ventilation and air conditioning services, and habitability repair and modernization services for vessels of the U.S. Government.

May 2002 - SHARP Opens an office in Marinette, Wisconsin to oversee construction of the Staten Island Ferry.

May 2002 - SHARP asked to brief the American Society of Civil Engineers Transportation Infrastructure Security committee.
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January 2002 - Coast Guard FMS Contract Award: SHARP has won the US Coast Guardís Foreign Military Sales support contract as a member of a team with VSE Corporation, Booz Allen Hamilton, and Potomac Management Group.

January 2002 - DDG SDM Program Support Re-Award: The Task Order for SHARP's continued support of the DDG Ship Design Manager was awarded under the CSC NAVSEA MAC. This is SHARP's 15th year supporting this program.

January 2002 - Surface Combatant Ship Preservation Contract: SHARP has won the Surface Combatant Ship Preservation Contract in San Diego as a member of the Naval Coating Inc. Team.

December 2001 - SHARP becomes a full service HVAC engineering and lifecycle support provider by adding Viledon and Tri-Dem Filters to our Professional Engineering Services GSA Schedule.