Jalane Cheatham. a quality control inspector at GE Aviation in Vandalia, looks over repaired parts ready for shipment in this 2012 file photo. CHRIS STEWART/STAFF

Dayton-area firms pull in millions in new defense work

Several area companies have landed millions in new Department of Defense and federal contract awards.

RDC/John Poe Architects in Miamisburg claimed a $5,332,055 federal contract from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs for architectural and engineering services at the Ann Arbor Health Care System.

G.E. Aviation Systems in Vandalia won a $577,920 federal contract from the Defense Logistics Agency for work on power transformers.

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Integrated Procurement Technologies, also of Vandalia, won a $232,131 federal contract set aside for small business from the Defense Logistics Agency for electron air coolers. The same company can also claim a $90,341 federal contract from the Defense Logistics Agency for fluid filter elements.

Foxtronix Inc., in Miamisburg, won a $135,812 federal contract from the Defense Logistics Agency for producing shielding gaskets.

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Triad Technologies, another Vandalia business, won a $130,666 federal contract from the Defense Logistics Agency for potentiometers.

And LSC Industries LLC, in Greene County’s Jamestown, won a $108,502 federal contract from the Defense Logistics Agency for work on vehicular doors.

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