More Than the Status Quo
Our customers are looking for a path to transformation, and they’ve found it with McKean. We understand their total enterprise and migrate it to a more cohesive and integrated system. McKean goes beyond the common transformative disciplines to innovate new efficiencies. Our approach is holistic and supportive of the organization’s needs and goals – while providing a solution that is cost-effective and is widely accepted. More...
A Balanced Approach
McKean’s approach to lifecycle engineering is similar to how we solve all our challenges: Through engagement of our customer at the executive level, working hand-in-hand with the end-user to ensure real-world perspectives and bridging the gap that many times exists between both worlds. In fact, many of the lifecycle engineering tasks we support include hands on, shipboard validation as part of the scope. More...
McKean helps customers navigate rough waters by solving the most complex challenges, and providing thought leadership in enterprise transformation and lifecycle engineering.
With our deep domain knowledge and ability to wrap our minds around our customer’s distinct mission, McKean Defense Group delivers the answers our customers need. Now.
McKean does more than respond to today’s assignments. We align technical talent and innovative approaches to position our clients for tomorrow’s opportunities. We are able to predict issues before they become problems, and work alongside our customer to engineer the solution. More...
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Ohio Class Replacement Test Facilities
Government contractors aren’t the only ones that must bid for work. Sometimes the government’s warfare centers must also position to support new platforms and programs. NSWCCD-SSES engineers faced that very situation as they positioned to support the Ohio Class Submarine program Test Facility. Ultimately, this facility would be used to test prototype systems for nuclear powered submarines, and would position the Warfare Center as a preeminent propulsion power systems test facility for submarines. To seal the deal NSWCCD-SSES had only three months to identify the initial design of the facility, identify a roadmap and schedule to make the design a reality; and obtain relevant equipment quotes to cost the project. A full Integrated Master Schedule (IMS) was part of their deliverable.