McKean Defense Group Expands Its San Diego, California, Operations Center
According to the firm, the space includes a large conference room outfitted to support the Commander Navy Regional Maintenance Center'sWork Force Development courses conducted by McKean for key surface ship maintenance positions, including; Port Engineers, Project Managers, Ship Building Specialists, Contract Specialists, and Test Engineers. The conference facilities are also required for Cabrillo's growing presence in PEO C4I and the Space and Naval Warfare Center.
"With the increase of work in San Diego for both Cabrillo and McKean, it was time to invest in larger accommodations," stated Joseph Carlini, President/CEO of McKean. "Convenience for our customers and close proximity to their work has always been a McKean priority."
McKean Defense Group is a privately held Naval Life Cycle Management, Engineering, Enterprise Transformation and Program Management business. McKean's engineers, developers, technical staff, programmers, analysts, and program managers identify and deploy new shipboard technologies, integrate information technology across shipboard platforms, and develop strategies to support the Warfighter. McKean's employees create strategic solutions to help customers reach new levels of mission support and transform their organizations.
McKean's San Diego operation also supports the Surface Maintenance Engineering Planning Program, Commander Naval Surface Pacific, and Naval Sea Systems Command Program Executive Office Littoral Combat Ships and PMS 339 customers from this location.
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