The U.S. Navy recently awarded Virginia-based Huntington Ingalls Industries contracts covering an extended maintenance period for the aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt, which arrived in its new San Diego homeport in November.
Work will be done in Coronado and will last through January.
The Southwest Regional Maintenance Center in San Diego awarded a $25.6 million contract modification on April 6, and a $7.3 million contract modification on April 8.
The Roosevelt is getting what the Navy calls a planned incremental availability. Its work package includes depot-level maintenance as well as unspecified alterations and modifications.
Huntington Ingalls Industries trades on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol HII. The corporation also owns the Continental Maritime shipyard in Barrio Logan.