Pagnotta Engineering

Multiple Award Contract Vehicle, Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity

Corporate Contracts # N00178-15-D-8353

Pagnotta Engineering, Inc. is proud to have been awarded a Seaport Enhanced Multiple Award Contract. This is a Multiple Award Contract (MAC), Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) vehicle designed to provide full range engineering, logistics, program management and other professional services into the Naval Sea Systems Command and its associated Naval Surface and Naval Undersea Warfare activities.


Pagnotta Engineering SeaPort-e Team Capabilities

Established in 1996, Pagnotta Engineering, Inc. (PEI) is a privately owned small business headquartered in Exton, PA. PEI is a mechanical engineering design, analysis, and program management consulting firm. PEI provides services in five primary industries including aerospace (space flight hardware and MGSE), flight and vehicle simulation, aircraft modifications (including DER consulting and approval), general engineering, and defense hardware. PEI is not a manufacturer, but has a strong relationship with many of the leading composite and metal fabrication vendors.

PEI provides the following engineering services:
• Stress Analysis and Optimization
• Modal, Dynamic Response, Fatigue, and Fracture Analysis
• Thermal and Non-Linear Structural Analysis
• CAD Modeling (3-D Parametric Solid and Surface)
• Conceptual and Detailed Design Engineering, Manufacturing Detail and Assembly Drawings
• Program and Vendor Management
• Material Process and Testing Coordination
• FAA Structures Designated Engineering Representative (DER) including FAR Parts 23, 25, 27, and 29 (interiors)

Pagnotta Engineering provides services in the following SeaPort functional areas:
• Research and Development Support
• Engineering, System Engineering and Process Engineering Support
• Modeling, Simulation, Stimulation, and Analysis Support
• System Design Documentation and Technical Data Support
• Interoperability, Test and Evaluation, Trials Support
• Program Support
• Functional and Administrative Support

For more information regarding the 22 SeaPort Enhanced Functional Areas, click here.
For answers to frequently asked questions regarding SeaPort Enhanced, click here.


Zones

The PEI team is geographically dispersed across the US to support tasking in six of the seven SeaPort-e zones, except Zone 5.


Task Orders Received

• N00178-15-D-8353 - SEAPORT-E 2015 CONTRACT AWARD


Team Members

American Systems
Compass Systems
J.F. Taylor
Solute
Villanova University


Quality Assurance

When feasible, Pagnotta Engineering, Inc. tailors an individualized Quality Assurance Plan.

The Quality Assurance Plan will include the following steps:

  • Using both formal and informal means of communication, we will keep both government project managers and contracting officers informed of task order progress.
  • PEI will hold regularly scheduled status meetings and provide status reports in order to identify and resolve issues in a timely manner.
  • Quality Assurance (QA) will be maintained by performing internal reviews of engineering processes, analysis methodology, and documentation.
  • The quality control (QC) function will be provided by senior engineering personnel.
  • Informal customer feedback

The Program Management Plan will include the following steps:

  • Review of customer’s requirements and scope of work. Review the requirements and Statement of Work (SOW) with the customer. This discussion will include assumptions that will be agreed upon by PEI and the customer.
  • Identification and assignment of key personnel (prime contractor and subcontractors) required to complete the task order.
  • Generation of a schedule highlighting key milestones such as design reviews, drawing release, and report issuance.
  • Key meetings required to complete the task order in response to the customer need date are also scheduled. Meetings include kick-off, recurring status, technical interchange, preliminary design review, critical design review, and inspections.
  • Documentation of all certification requirements needed to complete the task order. This documentation may include material testing requirements.

Development of a proposal that will include:

  • Scope of work to be performed
  • Assumptions
  • Defined deliverables such as drawings and analysis reports
  • Additional requirements (Testing and/or Fabrication)
  • Schedule

Cost breakdown for each task order which will include:

  • Overall firm fixed price (or Time and Material price) with breakdown of hours for each discipline
  • Drawing preparation and deliverables (including the software to be used)
  • Analysis/report writing
  • Review for certification (aircraft modification could require FAA DER approval or Professional Engineer review)
  • Project Management
  • Travel (if required)
  • Testing Cost (if required)
  • Fabrication Cost (if required)
Our Quality Assurance Plan, Program Management Plan, and all internal checking and reviewing procedures remain in place no matter how aggressive the schedule or urgent the need to complete engineering work. FEM results will not be processed or published without completion of our model checking process. Drawings will not be released without a checking and approval by senior personnel. Our team approach allows us to apply personnel where the need is greatest. All of our team are experienced at working multiple assignments, and we utilize our most experienced personnel as needed, depending on the type of need or problem encountered.


Technical Instructions

For information on Technical Instructions issued to Pagnotta Engineering, please contact our Contracts Department.


Points of Contact

• 610-280-3313 x222
seaport-e@pageng.com

 

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Exton Office Court • Suite 180 • 300 N Pottstown Pike • Exton, PA 19341 • phone: 610.280.3313 • fax: 610.280.3343