Matrix Service teams with DynaVac on thermal vacuum chamber project for Lockheed Martin

TULSA, Okla., 10 May 2010. Matrix Service Co.’s Matrix Service Inc. subsidiary won a turnkey project in excess of $20 million to construct and install a thermal vacuum chamber test facility at the GPS III Test Facility, owned and operated by Lockheed Martin Space Systems Co., a business unit of Lockheed Martin Corp. Matrix Service, in turn, selected DynaVac, based in Hingham, Mass., as a subcontractor on the project.

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TULSA, Okla., 10 May 2010. Matrix Service Co.’s Matrix Service Inc. subsidiary won a turnkey project in excess of $20 million to construct and install a thermal vacuum chamber test facility at the GPS III Test Facility, owned and operated by Lockheed Martin Space Systems Co., a business unit of Lockheed Martin Corp. Matrix Service, in turn, selected DynaVac, based in Hingham, Mass., as a subcontractor on the project.

The Matrix Service/DynaVac scope of work for the GPS III Thermal Vacuum Test Facility covers the engineering, procurement, construction, and commissioning of a thermal vacuum chamber, vacuum pumping systems, gaseous nitrogen thermal shroud and systems, and all related mechanical, electrical, and control systems. Matrix Service will design, fabricate, and construct the vacuum chamber and install all components and systems. DynaVac will design, procure, and fabricate the thermal shroud, vacuum pumping systems, control systems, and thermal control units to be installed by Matrix Service. The project is scheduled to be complete and fully commissioned by November 2011.

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