Safety is and always will be Job#1 at Continental Tide. Just ask Brandon Phillips, Contintental Tide’s Safety Manager at UC San Diego.
Phillips, one of UC San Diego’s OSHA Training Institute Education Center (OTIEC) extension instructors, was among six instructors featured in Safety Source magazine.
The article states “NAVSEA, which directs the design, construction, and maintenance of U.S. Navy ships, now requires every worker on its contracts to receive basic Occupational Health and Safety (OSHA) training. And UC San Diego’s OSHA Training Institute Education Center (OTIEC) serves as the mothership, if you will, for this massive education effort.”
To read Brandon’s interview, click the pdf below.
Continental Tide Defense Systems, Inc. has been awarded a $105 million contract from NAVSEA for work on Littoral Combat Ships (LCS).
Continental Tide Defense Systems, Inc. received a $98 million contract from Military Sealift Command for general ship repair work on the east coast of the United States.
Continental Tide Defense Systems, Inc. obtained a delivery order from NSWC Philadelphia for work on LHD 2 and LHD 4 in San Diego, California.
Continental Tide Defense Systems, Inc. was awarded a five (5) year Multiple Award contract supporting Military Sealift Command (MSC). The contracted work will focus on power distribution, internal communication, machinery controls automation and associated engineering and electrical services. This work will be provided around the globe.
Continental Tide is among thirteen (13) other companies to receive the award.
Continental Tide Defense Systems, Inc., is among a group of 10 ship-repair firms that have been awarded a share in a U.S. Navy maintenance contract worth $119.1 million over one year.
If all options are exercised, the contract could be worth up to $644 million and continue for five years.
The Naval Surface Warfare Center, Philadelphia Division (NSWCPD) recently completed its review of Continental Tide Defense System’s Quality Management System (QMS) Level I, II and III procedures and forms and issued the highest rating possible including praise in the areas of Management, Training and Document Control.
“We are very pleased to have received this high rating and want to thank the team from NSWCPD for its constructive input during this review. I would also like to acknowledge all of the hard work and dedication exhibited by our team in remaining fully committed to total customer satisfaction through the delivery of quality engineering and industrial and modernizing support to US Navy, Coast Guard and other DoD organizations,” said Continental Tide President Keith M. Reidinger.
Continental Tide is a privately held, HUBZone headquartered, certified small business that provides programmatic, engineering and technical services to US NAVY, Coast Guard, Military Sealift Command and other Department of Defense organizations.
Continental Tide received more than $82,000 in tax credits from the Department of Community and Economic Development through the Keystone Innovation Zone Program.
For complete details on the tax credits, please read the article below from the Reading Eagle.
Continental Tide benefits from program
Tuesday January 24, 2017 12:01 AM
By Brad Rhen
A Reading-based defense contractor recently received more than $82,000 in tax credits from the state Department of Community and Economic Development.
Continental Tide Defense Systems Inc., 531 Canal St., received a total of $82,585 as part of the Keystone Innovation Zone program. Continental Tide, which also has locations in Norfolk, Va., and San Diego, provides programmatic, engineering and technical services to U.S. Navy, Coast Guard, Military Sealift Command and other Department of Defense organizations, according to its website. The
company has had a location in Reading since 2011 and has about 25 employees here.
Continental Tide’s Quality Management System (QMS) was recently audited and approved by the Port of San Diego Ship Repair Association (PSDSRA). The company has since been added as an approved federal contractor to provide engineering and Alteration Installation Team (AIT) services through the PSDSRA.
Quality Policy Statement: Continental Tide is committed to total customer satisfaction by delivering engineering, industrial and modernizing support to the US NAVY, Coast Guard and DoD organizations. All levels of the organization are dedicated to the process of meeting or exceeding customer’s requirements in a professional, safe and ethical manner. In addition, we are committed to comply with requirements and work to continually improve the effectiveness of the Quality Management System.
Continental Tide Defense Systems, Inc. President Keith Reidinger was featured in the Entrepreneurs Corner section of the Greater Reading Chamber of Commerce’s Spring 2016 Commerce Quarterly magazine.
Reidinger was highlighted for building a thriving headquarters for the company in downtown Reading. The article mentioned Continental Tide as a business with “an untold story of perseverance, passion, and most importantly – the leadership responsible for creating vibrancy and innovation in our region.”
Click here to read the complete article in Commerce Quarterly.