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Capabilities - Maine Military Authority
Maine Military Authority
Core Capabilities
Overview
Maine Military Authority’s (MMA’s) current employment level is fifty-seven (57). In 2008,
employment exceeded 400 workers. All MMA personnel are employees of the State of Maine
who receive highly competitive wages and exceptional benefits. With the exception of senior
leadership, MMA workers are represented by MSEA-SEIU Local 1989. MMA employees
average more than ten (10) years of service. Production workers generally fall into two
classifications: 1. Automotive Mechanic; or 2. Allied Trades Technician. All production
workers are thoroughly crossed trained within their respective classification and can fluidly
move from one station to another without slowing production or diminishing quality. MMA’s
current manpower and skill levels are as follows:
Position
Position
Position
Position
Executive Director
Director
Manager
Working Supervisors
Forecast Manager
Budget Manager
MR/ISO
Representative
Safety Officer
Asset Control Associate
Procurement Lead
Research &
Development III
Training Coordinator
Mechanic Tech III
Body Tech III
Logistics Tech III
Lead Machinist
Field Services Tech I
Welder
Boiler/Bldg Maint III
Engine Machinist
Projects
Since 1997, the National Guard Bureau (NGB) has been MMA’s largest customer. NGB’s
program directs discarded (scrap) vehicles to MMA for comprehensive refurbishment, upgrades,
and model conversions. MMA completely disassembles these vehicles to the frame and
comprehensively rebuilds all parts, assemblies, and components. This scope of work restores
vehicles to “like new” condition at one-third (1/3) the cost of a new vehicle. To date, MMA has
performed its “enhanced refurbishment” scope of work on more than 16,000 vehicles and pieces
of equipment, including but not limited to: High Mobility Multi-purpose Wheeled Vehicles
(HMMWVs), Various 5 Ton Cargo and Tractor Trucks, M109 Self-Propelled Howitzers,
Various Engineer equipment including D-7 Caterpillar Bulldozers, 621B Horizontal Road
Scrapers, 130G Horizontal Road Grader, Compact Vibro Rollers, Utility Cargo Trailers, MKT99 Mobile Kitchen Trailers, Mobile Laundry Units, and BMK-1 & 2 Bridge Erection Boats.
In addition to work performed for NGB, MMA has executed numerous contracts which include
1,674 Recapitalized HMMWVs for United States Army Tank and Automotive Command
(TACOM), 200 HMMWVs restored to Fully Mission Capable status for Communications and
Electronic Command (CECOM), Refurbishment and upgrading of Communications Shelters for
Maine Military Authority
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Projects Cont.
CECOM, and five (5) Foreign Military Sales Contracts with allied countries for M109A5
Howitzers. MMA employees are highly skilled and experienced. MMA has confirmed that the
skills developed executing military work load transfers easily to other civilian vehicle types,
including school buses, para-transit buses and mass transit (fixed-route) buses.
Existing Facilities and Equipment:
MMA’s production facilities in Limestone, Maine, are located approximately 400 miles from
Boston, MA. MMA occupies two primary buildings known as Buildings 7220 and 7230. Each
building is approximately 122,500 square feet in size (approximately 750’ x150’) and is divided
into three (3) equal bays. In 2011-12, MMA substantially renovated its facilities, tripling
production capabilities by creating an integrated facility capable of executing numerous large
scale linear production lines simultaneously with minimum ramp-up and equipping
requirements. In addition, the renovation substantially decreased MMA’s overhead costs,
improved environmental compliance, and dramatically expanded MMA’s ability to refurbish any
vehicle up to 120’ in length. Our renovated facilities are specifically designed to support four (4)
major production lines simultaneously. In addition, MMA has immediate access to more than
250,000 square feet of additional production space if required. Due to its high production levels
from 2007-2011, MMA already possesses the equipment necessary to execute four (4)
simultaneous projects.
Building 7220: Primary Production Facility:
Building 7220 is MMA’s primary production, component refurbishment, and assembly facility.
This building contains MMA’s parts and materials warehouse and space for at least four (4)
simultaneous large-scale projects with a linear production line up to 750 in length. Integrated
overhead cranes canvas 37,500 square feet of production space supporting production
requirements. This building also contains numerous portable lifts, a welding/fabrication shop,
wheel alignment stations, and mechanical component/assembly refurbishment stations for
rebuilding engines, transmissions, differentials, brake and suspension systems,
alternators/starters, fuel pumps, and transfer cases, and other components and assemblies.
MMA refurbishes most of its components, assemblies, sub-assemblies, and parts in-house. This
allows MMA to maintain production schedules, control costs, and maintain high quality. MMA
mechanics and technicians average more than ten (10) years of experience and have extensive
expertise in power train, component and subcomponent refurbishment capabilities.
Maine Military Authority
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Engine
Alternators/Starters/
Generator
Differential
Geared Hubs
Suspension &
Brakes
Half-shafts
Drive shafts
Radiator and
Cooling system
Transmission
Fuel Injector Pumps
Full Weld Shop
Sheet Metal Forming
& Fabrication Shop
MMA Component Work Stations
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The weld/fabrication shop contains a wide variety of equipment that enhances MMA’s ability to
fabricate hard to find, unnecessarily expensive, or long-lead parts, in-house.
MMA Welding / Fabrication Shop
Equipment supporting the mechanical shops includes, but is not limited to:
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Engine Dynamometers
Transmission Dynamometers
Injector/pump test equipment
Full engine rebuild shop – Full Line & Bore Equipment
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Engine Dynamometer
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Transmission Dynamometer
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Injection Pump Test Equipment
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Line & Bore Equipment
MMA refurbishes most of its components, assemblies, sub-assemblies, and parts in-house. This
allows MMA is able to maintain production schedules, control costs, and maintain high quality.
MMA mechanics and technicians average more than ten (10) years of experience and have
extensive expertise in power train, component and subcomponent refurbishment capabilities.
Building 7230: Primary Allied Trades / Body Shop Facility:
Building 7230 is immediately adjacent to Building 7220 and houses MMA’s Allied Trades/Body
Shop Facility. This building is where the majority of School Bus, Para-Transit Bus, and MassTransit Bus Rehabilitation Activities are conducted to overhaul, repair, modify and upgrade
project equipment.
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Mass Transit Asset Rehabilitation Activities
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Building 7230 contains the following equipment:
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(1) 20 x 80 Media blast booth with self-recovery system (drive through)
(1) 20 x 60 Media blast booth
(2) 20 x 60 Vehicle preparation areas (drive through)
(1) 20 x 30 Electrostatic paint booth with bake capability and paint kitchen
(1) 20 x 120 Paint booth (drive through) with bake capability and paint kitchen
(1) 20 x 80 Paint booth
(10) Down-draft sanding tables
Integrated compressed air delivery system for tools and man-air
Parts recycling/rust removal equipment
Assembly areas for parts, components and vehicles
Maine Military Authority
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20 x 80 Media Blast Booth with Floor Recovery System
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Maine Military Authority
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20 x 60 Vehicle Preparation Areas (drive through)
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20’ x 20’ x 120’ Paint Booth with “Bake” capability
Decrease dry/cure time from one day to one hour or less.
Electro-static Paint Booth
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MMA Downdraft Sanding Tables
Building 7230 was specifically designed to accommodate extra-long vehicles. MMA’s linear
production flow, 80’ blast booth and 120’ paint booth achieve this goal. MMA is fully capable
of executing MBTA’s project while simultaneously executing other major projects. MMA body
technicians possess more than ten (10) years of experience restoring substantially damaged
vehicle bodies and frames.

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