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We push the boundaries of engineering excellence to design and construct world class submarines for the UK Royal Navy.
The Astute class will equip the UK Royal Navy with its largest and most powerful fleet of attack submarines. As exciting, complex and challenging as any engineering project in the world today, we’re harnessing the unique skills of our workforce and drawing on years of experience to deliver a step change in capability.
For talented engineers, the chance to work on the Royal Navy’s Astute and Successor class of submarines is a once-in-lifetime opportunity. See beneath the surface and discover more about the challenges and engineering triumphs behind one of the most challenging engineering projects ever undertaken in the UK.
The Maritime Collaborative Enterprise will foster a community of diverse research providers, led by BAE Systems, that manages placement and execution of research tasks on behalf of Defence Science and Technology Laboratories.
We are the industrial lead for the Successor programme and, alongside partners Rolls Royce and Babcock Marine, are designing a new generation of submarines to carry the UK’s independent nuclear deterrent.
As one of Furness’ largest employers, our activities have a significant socio and economic impact on the community. We recognise the changing landscape and challenges facing the area and as such operate one coherent Corporate Responsibility (CR) strategy, in collaboration with local agencies, industries and community leaders.
Our submarine programmes involve a vast supply chain network, delivering considerable UK economic and employment benefits with a total of £4.4bn spent with suppliers since 2000.
Hundreds looked on as the Royal Navy’s most advanced attack submarine Ambush set sail from Barrow-in-Furness to begin sea trials. Find out more about an incredible day for the second Astute class submarine, her crew and Maritime - Submarines.
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