To provide 14,250 cubic feet of container planting mix for Placerville Nursery.
This project is a total small business set-aside. The compelete specifications will be available for download at www.fbo.gov in the near future.The Contractor shall furnish all equipment, labor, supplies, supervision, transportation, and incidentals necessary to perform the work in accordance with the specifications, terms, and conditions contained within. The hoedad planting (Item 1) will take place on the Bass Lake Ranger District. The auger planting and release (Item 2 & Option Items) will take place on the High Sierra Ranger District. At this time the option items are not funded. The option items will be done in part, in whole or not at all to the degree funding becomes available. The number of trees for each item is an estimate and may vary significantly. The objective is to plant all the trees that the Districts have available. It is possible that additional or alternate sites will be used to achieve this goal. The Soaproot project was harvested in the last several years, thinning and piling was completed last year. These areas have also been impacted by the ongoing tree mortality event the District is experiencing. At this time burning of the piles has not been completed. It is possible that it will be by the expected start of this contract but it is more likely that it will not. Planting will go on regardless. It will be necessary to work around the piles. This may reduce the number of trees planted per acre.Option item 1: The Aspen fire burned more than 20,000 acres on the High Sierra R.D. during the summer of 2013. Harvest of the burned and dying trees occurred during the summer of 2014 continuing into 2015. At this time twelve units have been identified as planting opportunities for this contract (see maps). It is possible that we will find other opportunities that we may substitute or add to those areas identified on the maps. The goal is to plant all our seedlings. The listed units are recently harvested stands that have been prepared for planting (post- harvest) by felling the small dead trees and piling the slash for burning. The burning has been completed. It is also possible that areas that have been harvested but received no post- harvest treatment or areas where no activity occurred after the fire but are in need of planting maybe identified. The acres on the maps are the gross acres of the entire unit, in some units the entire unit may not be plantable. This may be due to poor soil, wet areas, areas where the fire did not kill the trees and areas that have natural regeneration of conifers occurring. In some units only sections required additional site preparation, it was determined at that time that the rest of the unit was either not in need of planting, not plantable or plantable as it was. In these cases ground that is plantable will be planted regardless of the lack of additional site preparation. If plantable ground is adjacent to the marked units we may plant that as well. Option Items 2 & 3 area requires manual release of the planted seedlings on the soaproot and aspen projects. It is anticipated that manual release will be necessary on much of this ground. Units will be evaluated during planting to determine the priority units or sections of units. This may include all or some (or possibly none) of the planted areas. This work will be paid by the acre. The actual planted area in each unit that requires release will be measured after planting and this measured acreage used for payment of the manual release. The decision to release or not will be made within 30 days of planting. Note: Prospective bidders are encouraged to inspect the project sites prior to submitting a quote. For information on road, ground conditions, and/or maps prior to site inspection, contact Ray Acker at the High Sierra R.D. Ranger District, (559) 855-5355ext. 3312. At this time of year access to the Aspen project area is through a locked gate so it will be necessary to contact Ray Acker. Also access may not be possible depending on road conditions as these roads are not maintained during the winter. In addition to the possibility of snow covered roads there is a high likely hood of falling trees blocking the road especially to the Aspen project.The contact for the Bass Lake (Item 1) is Francey Blaugrund (559) 877-2218 ext 3282.
This is a combined synopsis/solicitation for the procurement services to plant Shortleaf pine seedlings on 136 acres. Planting will be completed on the Croatan Ranger District, New Bern, North Carolina see attached maps. The contractor shall furnish all labor, materials, equipment, transportation, tools, supervision, supplies and incidentals except as listed under government furnished property to perform all work required to complete Longleaf pine plantings in accordance with the specifications, terms and conditions of this contract.This combined synopsis/solicitation is issued as a Request for Quotation (RFQ) for commercial items, as supplemented with additional information included in this notice. This announcement constitutes the only solicitation. There is no formal site showing for this project. You may contact Steven Maharrey 252-638-5626 or email at email@example.com for technical questions or directions to view the sites prior to submitting a quote.This acquisition is 100% set aside for small business concerns. If interested, please refer to the attachments to see what needs to be completed and returned with your Offer. Please return the contract information sheet, experience Sheet and the schedule of items quote via email.Offers are due by 0900 AM EST on January 27, 2017. All interested firms are advised that registration in the System for Award Management (SAM) formerly Central Contractor Registration (CCR) is required to be eligible for award of a contract. For more information, please check the SAM website at https://www.sam.gov/portal/public/SAM/. Registration in SAM is free. The Forest Service contemplates award of a firm-fixed price contract as a result of this combined synopsis/solicitation to the responsible offeror whose offer conforming to the solicitation will be the most advantageous to the Government, price and other factors considered. Award will be made using Simplified Acquisition Procedures, therefore the evaluation procedures at FAR 13.106-2 will be used.
This is a combined synopsis/solicitation for the procurement services to plant Shortleaf pine seedlings on 137 acres. Planting will be completed on the Uwharrie Ranger District, Montgomery County, North Carolina see attached maps. The contractor shall furnish all labor, materials, equipment, transportation, tools, supervision, supplies and incidentals except as listed under government furnished property to perform all work required to complete Hardwood Thinning in accordance with the specifications, terms and conditions of this contract.This combined synopsis/solicitation is issued as a Request for Quotation (RFQ) for commercial items, as supplemented with additional information included in this notice. This announcement constitutes the only solicitation. There is no formal site showing for this project. You may contact Rodney Smith at 910-578-6391 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org or Kimberly Rust at 910-578-6391, or email at email@example.com for technical questions or directions to view the sites prior to submitting a quote.This acquisition is 100% set aside for small business concerns. If interested, please refer to the attachments to see what needs to be completed and returned with your Offer. Offers are due by 0900 AM EST on January 26, 2017. All interested firms are advised that registration in the System for Award Management (SAM) formerly Central Contractor Registration (CCR) is required to be eligible for award of a contract. For more information, please check the SAM website at https://www.sam.gov/portal/public/SAM/. Registration in SAM is free. The Forest Service contemplates award of a firm-fixed price contract as a result of this combined synopsis/solicitation to the responsible offeror whose offer conforming to the solicitation will be the most advantageous to the Government, price and other factors considered. Award will be made using Simplified Acquisition Procedures, therefore the evaluation procedures at FAR 13.106-2 will be used.
Headquarters, US Army Contracting Command - Rock Island (ACC-RI) has a requirement to provide funds for Agricultural Tract #19 Prairie Planting at Iowa Army Ammunition Plant (IAAAP) in accordance with the terms and conditions of Basic Ordering Agreement (BOA) Number W52P1J-09-G-0001.It is anticipated that this procurement will result in an award to American Ordnance LLC who is the Operating Contractor at IAAAP. Authority for this contract action shall be the Government Property Clause Far 52.245-1 and will be effected as a task order under the existing BOA that is in place through Calendar Year 2018. Reference for this action shall be Request for Proposal (RFP) W52P1J-17-R-0068. This notification has been posted for subcontracting purposes only. Please Note: This notice does not constitute a RFP. Responses to this announcement are not proposals and cannot be accepted by the Government to form a binding contract. This is not a guarantee of a future RFP or an award. This notice should not be construed as a commitment of any kind by the U.S. Government. The Point of Contact for this notification and any requests/questions may be directed in writing to Logan Frye at Logan.E.Frye.Civ@mail.mil Telephone inquiries will not be accepted.
THE SOLICITATION WILL BE POSTED ON OR ABOUT JANUARY 23, 2017 DESCRIPTION: The Forest Wide Tree Planting, Tubing, and Big Game Repellent will result in multiple-award IDIQ performance based service contract spanning approximately five (5) years. The Government intends to make multiple awards to companies/firms. The intent of this contract is to include all services necessary to perform restoration in varied and diverse environments, and may include but are not limited to the following: tree and native species handling and planting; vexar tube installation, BGR, and other complex reforestation activities on selected project areas located on Malheur, Umatilla, and Wallowa-Whitman National Forests. The resultant contracts will be issued as firm-fixed price service task orders. PROJECT LOCATION: The project areas that are included in this solicitation are: Malheur, Umatilla, and Wallowa-Whitman National Forests. Contractors shall furnish all labor, supervision, equipment, materials, transportation, supplies (unless specified elsewhere as Government-furnished), and incidentals required to accomplish specified work in compliance with the terms, specifications, and provisions of each individual task order. The contract and task orders issued under this contract shall require Service Contract Act wage rates for specific activities within individual orders. A pre-proposal conference will be scheduled if necessary. An exact date and time will be designated in the solicitation. Administrative point of contact is Bryce Kamerdula at (541) 523-1209. Estimated project value will be determined by each individual task order. NAICS 115310 with size of $7.5million. The Government plans to solicit this requirement as set-aside 100% for 8(A) small business.
Action: - tree planting projects: planting trees in the district of Straßenmeisterei Burgwedel Scope: Delivery, planting and care of trees 76 pieces of different kinds
Forest planting equipment (barrels of planting, planting boxes, shoulder straps)
In order to meet the majority of our requirements for the planting work required in the Galloway, and Dumfries and Borders forest districts, the Forestry Commission require to put in place a Restock Contract for the provision of these services. Contractors will be responsible for distributing trees throughout various planting sites in accordance with our requirements as detailed in the Specification. For Dumfries and Borders forest District contractors will also be required to undertake Beat-Up throughout various planting sites in accordance with our requirements as detailed in the Specification (‘Beat-Up’ is a term commonly used in the forest industry to describe the process of replacing dead trees on recently planted sites). CPV: 77310000, 77310000, 77310000, 77310000, 77310000, 77310000, 77310000, 77310000, 77310000, 77310000.
It is awarded for the supply and planting of trees in lots: Lot 1: - Bruck Hirschbrücke: Delivery and planting of landscape native trees 34 PCS- B36: Delivery and planting of trees 48 StkLos 2: - Stumpenlindle: Delivery and planting a Baumes- Europastraße: Delivery and planting of trees 8 PCS- K 5344: grubbing and replanting of trees 2 PCS- Central Graben Kippenheimweiler: Delivery and planting of trees 17 pcs
Allee planting, L29 Heckelberg - Kreisgrenze
Allee planting, L29 Heckelberg - Kreisgrenze
Supply and planting of hedgerows and field trees
Planting of flower beds and embankments delivery and planting 27 trees, 627 shrubs and 2136 groundcover shrubs and perennials 3 years maintenance
Planting of flower beds and street road side faces 3 years Care Delivery and planting of 49 big-crowned deciduous trees Delivery and planting of 804 Heister and shrubs Delivery planting of 2077 roses, ground cover shrubs and perennials
Planting of road dividers and street trees K 94 OD Höchstberg delivery and planting 180 shrubs B 257 DE Schönbacher mill delivery and planting of 14 standard trees L 66 Darscheid delivery and planting of 500 ground cover and perennials
Planting of road beds sowing sod planting of standard trees 3 years nursing K 33 OD Gees delivery and planting 120 shrubs Delivery planting of 170 roses, ground cover shrubs and perennials K 36 OD Kirchweiler delivery and planting of 12 standard trees Delivery and planting of 78 shrubs Delivery planting of 254 roses, ground cover shrubs and perennials L 28 / K 36 intersection area Kirchweiler delivery and planting 211 shrubs Delivery planting of 230 groundcover shrubs Saatbettherstellung and sowing of 295 m2 lawn B 410 planting resurfacing Lissingen delivery and planting of 20 standard trees Saatbettherstellung and sowing of 110 m2 herbal lawn
Landscape Horticulture works under the contract documents for 13 trees Delivery of goods planting planting planting preparation completion and development care