The contractor will perform an architect and urban planner Mission Board comprises the following tasks: -conseil in architecture from the Directorate of -conseil architectural and urban planning, upstream on the developed projects and studies préalablesAccord -Frame with mini and maxi and a total économique.La operator commands the framework agreement is between a minimum and a maximum, defined as follows: minimum amount 47 69 j j maximum amount. These amounts will be identical to the renewal terms. The framework agreement is concluded for a period of 1 year as of 01/01/2017 or the date on which it will be made enforceable (notification) if it is later, on 31/12/2017
General Information Document Type: Combined Synopsis/Solicitation Solicitation Number: GS-07-P-17-HH-D-0001 Posted Date: November 1, 2016 Response Date: December 6, 2016 Archive Date: N/A Classification Code: C-Architect and Engineering (A-E) Services Title: Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity Contract (IDIQ) for Supplemental Architect/Engineer Services for Central Texas Description 1. CONTRACT INFORMATION: a. General. The General Services Administration (GSA) is soliciting Architectural and Engineering (A-E) services for Central Texas. This acquisition is being procured in accordance with Public Law (PL) 92-582, formally known as the Brooks Act as implemented in the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) Subpart 36.6. The firm selected for negotiation will be based on demonstrated competence and qualifications for the required work. This procurement is unrestricted. This announcement is open to all businesses regardless of size as stated above. If a large business is selected for this proposed contract, it must comply with FAR 52.219-9 regarding the requirement for a subcontracting plan. The current subcontracting goals are as follows: Small Business 29%, Small Disadvantaged Business 5%, Woman Owned Small Business 5%, HUB Zone Small Business 3%, Veteran Owned Small Business 3%, and Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business 3%. The subcontracting plan is not required with this submittal. The North American Industrial Classification System Code (NAICS) applicable to this project is 541310, Architectural Services, which has a size standard of $7.5 million in average annual receipts. GSA proposes to award one indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract for supplemental AE services for Central Texas, which currently includes, but is not limited to, the following counties: Aransas, Atascosa, Bandera, Bastrop, Bee, Bell, Bexar, Blanco, Brazos, Brooks, Burleson, Burnet, Caldwell, Calhoun, Cameron, Coke, Comal, Concho, Coryell, Crockett, De Witt, Dimmit, Duval, Edwards, Falls, Fayette, Frio, Gillespie, Goliad, Gonzales, Grimes, Guadalupe, Hays, Hidalgo, Houston, Irion, Jackson, Jim Hogg, Jim Wells, Karnes, Kendall, Kenedy, Kerr, Kimble, Kinney, Kleberg, La Salle, Lampasas, Lavaca, Lee, Leon, Live Oak, Llano, Madison, Mason, Maverick, McCulloch, McLennan, McMullen, Medina, Menard, Milam, Mills, Nueces, Real, Refugio, Robertson, Runnels, San Patricio, San Saba, Schleicher, Starr, Sterling, Sutton, Tom Green, Travis, Trinity, Uvalde, Val Verde, Victoria, Walker, Washington, Webb, Willacy, Williamson, Wilson, Zapata and Zavala. The secondary contract areas will be the rest of Texas and the States of New Mexico, Arkansas, Oklahoma and Louisiana. This IDIQ contract will be negotiated and awarded for one (1) one-year base period and four (4) one-year option periods. The minimum guaranteed contract amount is $1,000 for the base year only. There is no limit on the number of Task Orders or the size of a project; however, the total cumulative Task Orders amount shall not exceed $15 million for the entire five year contract period. b. Contract Award Procedure: To be eligible for contract award, a firm must be registered with the System for Award Management (SAM) database. Register via the SAM Internet site at http://www.sam.gov. The Government will not indemnify the firm against liability involving asbestos or other hazardous materials, that is, no clause holding the firm harmless will be included in the contract. A Firm-Fixed-Price (FFP) IDIQ contract will result from this solicitation, including profit, overhead and hourly rates for anticipated disciplines and for use in negotiating FFP Task Orders. Missing even one (1) required element will be grounds to determine the firm as non-responsive and be eliminated from further consideration. A supplemental architect-engineer Lookup Table for pricing Task Orders for projects with an estimated construction cost of up to $2 million will be included in the contract. The Government will use the fixed price amount in the Lookup Table which will be a function of project size, type, and complexity. The Lookup Table will be provided to the A-E during initial contract negotiations. c. Nature of Work: The services necessary for each requirement will be negotiated and awarded as individual Task Orders. The A-E shall furnish all services, materials, supplies and supervision required to fully complete each task order. d. Pre-Proposal Conference: A pre-proposal conference for this synopsis will be held on November 8, 2016 from 9:00 AM -10:00 AM Central Standard Time at the following call in number 866-564-9718 and the passcode is 1817722 The purpose of the conference is to explain the requirements and answer questions from potential Offerors. 2. PROJECT INFORMATION: The A-E firm selected primarily provides design and estimating services for repair, replace and alteration projects in Federal Office Buildings, Federal Courthouses and Land Ports of Entry. "Design" primarily includes initial site observations in preparation for design, design in phases, construction documents, design clarifications and record drawings. "Estimates" are uniquely required to be within 5% +/- and includes budget estimates, market analysis, detailed construction estimating in phases, bid technical analysis and must have shell costs and tenant improvement breakdowns. Construction cost on the majority of these projects is less than Prospectus level (currently $2.85 million). More than 50% of GSA owned buildings qualify for historic designation. Disciplines required in Task Orders will primarily be Architectural, Mechanical, Electrical, Fire/Life Safety and Estimating specialist. Many Task Orders will include Structural Engineering and some Task Orders will require Civil such as Land Ports Of Entry and building sites. While the building types, tasks, disciplines and expertise noted represent a significant percentage of orders, other building types, tasks, disciplines and expertise will be required therefore, adaptability should be demonstrated. Additional services might include pre-planning services, detailed site inspection services optimizing design selections, interior design, Feasibility Studies (preliminary planning project with alternative assessments), additional sustainability such as LEED, energy conservation audits, constructability reviews, project risk assessments [economic, design, construction, other], seismic safety studies, high-wind resistance design, physical security design, blast resistance studies, progressive collapse assessments, and others. There might also be Cost Management Services including preparation of budget estimates, market research, life-cycle cost analysis and bid technical analysis and more. Other additional services might include diagnostics expertise required for problem identification and resolution with nominal destructive investigation or construction for envelopes roofing and building systems and subsystems. Another area of service might include construction observation, construction management as agent, quality control monitoring with related testing, multi-phased turnover services, commissioning, start-up planning, scheduling O&M training and other related work. There also might be post construction services, such as performing one-year post-occupancy reporting, facilities performance evaluations, post occupancy evaluations, post-occupancy systems management with diagnostics and assisting GSA in the formulation of lessons learned. There could be a request for development of move schedules, move coordination, inventory lists and occupancy planning. 3. SELECTION CRITERIA: Selection Criteria for this acquisition are listed below in descending order of importance. (a) Quality In Design: All designs are required to achieve excellence in aesthetics and technical design. Information requested for placement in the SF 330, Section H, including the Portfolios and Design Approach Statements will be evaluated for outstanding talent in both architecture and engineering. Design solutions will be evaluated for above standard talent, application, execution and performance. Design Approach Statements will be evaluated for the lead designers' exhibited commitment to excellence in their profession and the demonstrated application of excellence in their designs. Evaluation will also consider demonstrated business philosophy, customer service philosophy and level of care. Exceptional designs will receive higher ranking in the respective ranking categories over firms with modest designs. Expertise with issues such as energy conservation, energy modeling, life cycle cost analysis, sustainability, alternative energy application and related items will receive a higher ranking over firms demonstrating general design experience only. Measured, quantified and verifiable documentation of "before and after" performance of systems will receive a higher ranking in the respective ranking categories over firms espousing adherence to excellence. Expertise with complex customers such as the U.S. Customs and Border Protection, Courts and U. S. Marshals will receive a higher ranking in the respective ranking categories over firms demonstrating simple experience with moderately complex customers. Consideration will be given for design awards in both architecture and engineering disciplines based on type and relative application. (b) Experience, Performance, Technical Ability and Professional Acumen: Proposals will be evaluated on the team's demonstrated experience, performance, technical abilities, application of standard of care and exceptional care. Key personnel of the team who will be directly involved in providing the contract services will be evaluated on education, project experience, ability to work in team effectively, technical ability and other relevant qualifications that will provide the best opportunity for the successful completion of Task Orders under this contract. Additionally, proposals will be evaluated on how the proposed team will provide exceptional care with such concepts as unique insight, superior judgment, strategic management, incorporated risk analysis, pragmatic designs, optimal design selections or other expertise. Furthermore, past performance/experience will be evaluated on successful past performance in example projects from the owner, and/or peer and teammate point of view. The Government may also use corporate knowledge when evaluating this factor. There will be an evaluation of the team's ability to bring projects in on contract required budgets +/- 5% and tracking/controlling costs. (c) Management, Organization, Production and Quality Control: Evaluation will be made on the management of the professionals, projects, and products; the quality of construction documents, and quality of the effort. Proposals will be evaluated on how teams are organized, effectiveness of the organization, how well the teams works together, how they will maintain good working relationships; that roles, responsibilities and authorities are clearly established; how the teams can be proactive or responsive to emerging situations, conducting situation evaluations and make midcourse corrections. Evaluation will be on communication, is there a plan and commitment to timely communications; are communications defined, clear, and efficient and demonstrate how stakeholders are included. Proposals will be evaluated on demonstrated ability to execute biddable and constructible construction documents on high quality design while meeting schedules; providing well-coordinated drawings within each discipline, across disciplines, with specifications; and shows a clear understanding of how the team uses specifications in controlling construction cost. Consideration will be given for handling, overseeing, scheduling and staffing projects with the inconsistent and unpredictable issuance of Task Orders; how small projects repair, replacement and alteration work will effect attention given to projects; is there a strategy for designing and producing all work within the negotiated fee and is there a quality assurance approach in meeting the requirements of the Statement of Work. (d) Construction Management and Inspection Capability: Proposals will be evaluated on experience and capability of the firm and consultants with respect to complete construction management as agent, construction observation and Management and Inspection services for projects during the construction phase of the described projects. There will be an evaluation of the proposed quality control during construction, communications, structure of service, experience of those involved, how effort is processed and managed, how costs are controlled and on a clear understanding of how the team uses specifications to assist in controlling quality and management during construction. (e) Location in and Knowledge of Geographical Area: The evaluation will consider the team's ability to accomplish at least 35 percent of the required A/E services by a firm located within the geographical delineated area. The evaluation will also consider knowledge of local conditions within the geographical area including tactical, operational, strategic issues for all areas of construction related to the key disciplines as well as design and bidding. This will include everything from supply, labor force, weather and seismic conditions, to the local construction climate's impact on cost estimating. There will also be consideration given to how key team members can conduct pre-design site review of the proposed work without incurring extra cost to the government for travel. 4. SUBMITTAL REQUIREMENTS Once the proposal is submitted, and prior to award, any replacements or substitutions of any personnel or consultants may deem your proposal unacceptable. It is critical to propose personnel that have a high level of certainty that they will be available to perform the duties under this contract for the duration of the contract. Any and all changes made after the initial submission of your technical proposal will be re-evaluated for technical sufficiency and may negatively affect the order of your technical rating as initially established. Interested firms having the qualifications to meet these requirements are invited to submit their proposal using Standard Form 330 along with a letter of interest. Please be specific, provide pertinent and requested information. Vague, relative and general information will be discounted. Projects completed seven (7) years before the issuance of this solicitation will not be considered. Only the top rated firms will be recommended for interview by the screening board, based solely on their written response to this announcement and reference contacts. While selection will be based on best technically qualified for small repair, replacement, alteration work in an IDIQ or "on Call" contract; examples may include new, large or highly complex projects. Include a Part II (General Qualification) for each firm that is part of the proposed team. SF-330, Section C: Section C may be modified to provide more than six proposed team members. However, prioritize team members and use the first slots for those that are most important to creating the best well rounded team or demonstrate your concentrated areas of expertise. It is recommended that firms listed in the first slots of Section C, that are most important to creating the best well rounded team, also be included in Section F. SF-330, Section E: KEY PERSONNEL: Box "13. ROLE IN THIS CONTRACT". Firms classify Principles, CEOs and executive personnel as "Key Personnel". However, GSA classifies only the few individuals that work with GSA team members directly on Task Orders as "Key Personnel". (a.) Key Personnel: "Key Personnel (as defined by GSA) should be prioritized and placed in the first pages of Section E. In Box 13 use the label "KEY" for individuals that work with GSA team members directly on Task Orders. Therefore, if a Project Manager for the lead firm will be integral to all Task Orders, Box 13 should have "KEY: PM, Task Order Lead", if multiple duty "KEY: PM, Task Order Lead, In House Hist. Pres.", for engineering "KEY: Mech. Eng. (b.) Lead Designers: It is required that you include any "Quality in Design" "Lead Designers" in "Section E". In Box 13 use the label "LEAD DESIGNER:" for individuals that are a part of your uniquely superior designers on the team. These are the individuals that will have full portfolios included in "Section H". (c.) Executives, CEOs and Others: Principles, CEOs, executive personnel and other personnel do not need special label designation in "Box 13". Principles, CEOs and executive personnel, for any firm, should not be submitted as "KEY" unless they have direct responsibility for accomplishing Task Orders. There are no limits on the number of personnel that may be listed. However, this section demonstrates the best understanding of a strategic team. It is recommended that personnel directly responsible for work submitted in Section F should also be included in Section E. SF330, Section F: Form may not be modified. As stated in the SF330 provide example projects which best illustrate proposed team's qualifications for this contract and provide a brief description of the project and relevance to this contract. It is important to carefully match example project titles used in different areas of the proposal for clarity. This is particularly true of example projects used in Section F and Section H. Projects should demonstrate ability to successfully accomplish a wide range of project types, sizes and budgets. Of the ten (10) project slots at least six (6) must have construction completed. Two (2) must be directly attributable to each of the Quality in Design Lead Designers [explanation below]. SF330, Section H: Quality in Design: Submit a portfolio representative of the lead architectural designer's ability to provide high quality in design (not to exceed 5 projects) and include a design approach statement (not to exceed 2 pages). Each example project should include no more than 3 single sided pages. Photographs, sketches and drawings are welcome. HVAC Mechanical engineering is considered the primary discipline regarding high quality engineering design for this contract. Submit a portfolio representative of the lead mechanical designer's abilities to provide high quality in design (not to exceed 3 projects) and include a design approach statement (not to exceed 1 page). Each example project should include no more than 2 single sided pages and should include project challenges, application of design intent, objective details, performance outcomes, other pertinent facts including verifiable information and other information that can substantiate application. Include a Management Plan (not to exceed 3 pages) with a clear plan of the team's overall management philosophy that includes project assignment methodology and approach; an explanation or plan for managing small repair, replacement and alteration projects; an explanation or plan on designing projects with limited construction budgets; an explanation or plan on scheduling - include a subheading on managing and scheduling projects with the Government's unpredictable issuance of Task Orders in terms of number, importance and urgency. The Management Plan shall include a proactive plan to meet FAR 36.203(a) and bringing projects in on contract required tolerance of 5% +/-. Consideration will be given for a plan or demonstrated method to lower construction costs using specifications. Provide a Communication Plan clearly articulating the strategy and overall approach to communication. Include goals, roles, responsibilities and technology. Note the "Point of Contact", the individual responsible for managing this contract and is the contact for GSA's Contracting Officer. Provide plan on how the team will be proactive on evaluations [in-house and other], being responsive to an issue, midcourse corrections, emerging situations and any additional information. A firm's formal Communicates Plan may be included as an exhibit. Include a plan or exhibit for communicating with GSA on the base contract and for the typical design phase task order. Consideration will be given for including a simplified construction phase communications plan. Consideration will be given for communicating base contract information, tasks orders information, P100 and other guides to more junior staff. Past Performance Documentation (for each sample project submitted in Section F): Provide copies of any performance evaluations or owner review of firm's performance; Provide an owner point of contact including name, title, address and current phone number, as references will be contacted; Provide copies (or listing) of awards; Provide copies of letters of appreciation and commendations. Teams must be able to demonstrate successful past performance on example projects from the owner, and/or; peer and teammate point of view. NOTE: SF 330, Part 1, Section E, "Resumes of Key Personnel Proposed for This Contract", Item 13, "Role in This Contract". In addition to the role in this contract, employees should be clearly identified as to whether they are direct or contract employees of the firm they are proposed under. All responsible Architectural or Engineering firms wishing to be considered must submit electronic copies of completed Standard Form (SF) 330 and other pertinent information (see FAR 53.236-2(b)). Your electronic copies can be submitted as a jump drive or via email. It is the submitting firm's responsibly to verify that the data is recorded on the electronic device or received via email. All proposals must be received NLT 5:00 PM Central Standard Time on Tuesday, December 6, 2016. No fax or paper documents will be accepted. Proposals must be addressed to the primary contract specialist. LATE PROPOSALS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED. Jennifer Majdeski (cube 12B-385)819 Taylor Street 12B1Fort Worth, TX 76102-6114Jennifer.firstname.lastname@example.org
Tendering Procedure: Selective Tendering
This requirement is open only to those TBIPS Supply Arrangement Holders who qualified under Tier 1 for services in the National Capital Region for the following category:
One (1) Level 3 Application/Software Architect
The following SA Holders have been invited to submit a proposal:
Action Personnel of Ottawa-Hull Ltd
BMB Data Consulting Services Inc.
CSI Consulting Inc.
Donna Cona Inc.
ENET4S Software Solutions Ltd
Helix Management Consulting Services Inc.
IT Services Canada Inc.
Le Groupe Conseil Bronson Consulting Group
LGS Group Consulting Corporation
Like 10 Inc.
LNW Consulting Inc.
Lumina IT Inc.
Newfound Recruiting Corporation
Turtle Technologies Inc.
Description of Work:
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency requires the services of an Application/Software Architect, Level 3, to provide architecture services to help the Agency personnel in conducting the architecture activities associated with establishing the Electronic Service Delivery Platform (ESDP).
Bidders must submit a bid for all resource categories
The work is currently not being performed by a contracted resource
Security Requirement: Common PS SRCL #19 applies
Minimum Corporate Security Required: Facility Security Clearance (FSC) Secret
Minimum Resource Security Required: Secret
Name: Karine Chrétien
Phone Number: (613) 773-7606
Email Address: Karine.Chretien@inspection.gc.ca
Inquiries regarding this RFP requirement must be submitted to the Contracting Authority named above. Request for Proposal (RFP) documents will be e-mailed directly from the Contracting Authority to the Qualified Supply Arrangement Holders who are being invited to bid on this requirement. BIDDERS ARE ADVISED THAT “BUYANDSELL.GC.CA” IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR THE DISTRIBUTION OF SOLICITATION DOCUMENTS. The Crown retains the right to negotiate with any supplier on any procurement. Documents may be submitted in either official language.
NOTE: Task‐Based Informatics Professional Services (TBIPS) Method of Supply is refreshed three (3) times per year.If you wish to find out how you can be a “Qualified SA Holder”, please contact RCNMDAI.‐NCRIMOS@pwgsc.gc.ca
C-PROJECT: New U.S. Courthouse, Greenville MSBUILDING TYPE: United States CourthouseCLIENT AGENCY: United States Courts, United States Marshals Service, United States Probation Office, United States Public Defender, United States Attorney's Office, and GSA's Public Buildings ServiceSIZE: 62,000 gross square feet (including parking)PARKING SPACES: 17 inside parking spacesBUDGET: $25,000,000 to $30,000,000 GEOGRAPHIC LIMITATION: See the Selection Process for percentage of work required in the state of Mississippi.Continuing a legacy of outstanding public architecture and a tradition of preservation and modernization of historic federal buildings, the General Services Administration (GSA) Design Excellence Program seeks to commission our nation's most talented architects, landscape architects, interior designers, and engineers to design federal buildings of outstanding quality and value, and to prepare our historic federal buildings for the next 50 to 100 years of service. These projects are to demonstrate the value of true integrated design which balances aesthetics, cost, constructability, reliability, architectural and historic integrity with current needs; create environmentally responsible and superior workplaces for civilian federal employees; and give contemporary form and meaning to our democratic values. In this context, GSA announces an opportunity for Design Excellence in public architecture for performance of architectural/engineering design for a new United States Courthouse, located in Greenville MS, in accordance with GSA quality standards and requirements. As required by law, all facilities will meet federal energy goals and security requirements and the facility will be designed to achieve a LEED V4 Gold certification with landscaping designed to achieve a SITES Silver certification. THIS PROCUREMENT IS SET ASIDE FOR AWARD TO SMALL BUSINESS FIRMS. OFFERS FROM OTHER BUSINESSES INCLUDING LARGE BUSINESSES WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED. PROJECT DESCRIPTION C - The project is a new United States Courthouse, located in Greenville, MS. The building will be located in the historic downtown of Greenville, MS. The new Courthouse will meet the long term space needs of the Courts, while also addressing security and circulation deficiencies that currently exist in the current Federal Building-Post Office-Courthouse. This project will be an anchor for revitalization and future development in the Central Business District, be compatible with the character of the historic district, and its design should reflect the dignity, enterprise, vigor and stability of the Federal Government. The new building will be approximately 62,000 gross square feet (GSF), including 17 inside parking spaces. The new Courthouse will provide a total of two (2) courtrooms - one (1) District, and one (1) Magistrate courtrooms. The Project will provide space for the United States Circuit, District and Magistrate Courts, United States Marshals Service, United States Probation Office, Federal Public Defender, United States Attorney's Office, and GSA's Public Buildings Service. The Estimated Construction Cost range is approximately $25 to $30 million. GSA may contract separately during the design phase for Construction Manager as Agent (CMa) and Construction Manager as Constructor (CMc) services. The CMa and CMc will be involved in the design process to provide administrative functions, construction expertise, estimating services, building information modeling coordination, and both drawing-based and model-based functionality / constructability reviews. There will be a formal partnering process throughout the design and construction phases to promote successful project development and execution through integrated delivery of the project to accomplish established agreed-upon project objectives by all involved parties to their mutual benefit. SCOPE OF WORK The scope of professional services for the new United States Courthouse in Greenville MS will require at a minimum: professional architectural, landscape architectural, engineering, interior design and related consulting services to produce concept, design development and construction documents, specifications, cost estimates, schedules, value engineering services, life cycle costing, space planning, building information modeling (BIM) and construction phase services for a facility that includes the construction of a new building with related systems, inside parking, site development, client program requirements, and sustainable high performance green building (HPGB) systems and features. The Courthouse must be designed to meet the energy goal established by GSA, and will be designed to achieve LEED V4 Gold certification with landscaping designed to achieve a SITES Silver certification. It will incorporate independent total building commissioning as defined by GSA design guides. The project is also to include GSA design standards for secure facilities; conformance to the P100 (Facility Standards for Public Buildings), customer agency requirements include the Courts Design Guide and Publication 64, and certification through the United States Green Building Council (USGBC). SELECTION PROCESSThis is a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) of A/E Firms/Lead Designers interested in contracting for this work. The A/E Firm as used in this RFQ means an individual, firm, partnership, corporation, association, or other legal entity permitted by law to practice the profession of architecture or engineering that will have contractual responsibility for the project design. The Lead Designer is the individual or the team of designers who will have primary responsibility to develop the concept and the project design. The A/E selection will be completed in two stages as follows: In Stage I, interested firms will submit portfolios of accomplishment that establish the design capabilities of the Lead Designer and Design Firm. In Stage II, shortlisted Lead Designer-A/E teams will be interviewed. Stage IAll documentation will be in an 8 ½" x 11" format. The assembled content for the Stage I portfolio should be no more than 30 individual sheets of paper which can total up to 60 pages of content when numbered front and back. Submissions may be double-sided where feasible. The portfolio should include the following: a cover letter referencing the FBO announcement and briefly describing the firm and its location, organizational makeup, and noteworthy accomplishments; Standard Form 330 Architect Engineer Qualifications Part II, and responses to the submission requirements and evaluation criteria listed below. An A/E Evaluation Board consisting of a private sector peer and representatives of the client and GSA will evaluate the submissions. The Board will establish a short-list of the highest rated firms, following an evaluation of qualifications submitted. Identification of team members other than the Lead Designer(s) is not required at this stage. Consultant and "production firm" (if different from the Design Firm) information should not be included in the Stage I portfolio. Submission Requirements and Evaluation Criteria:PAST PERFORMANCE ON DESIGN (35%): The A/E Firm(s) will submit a portfolio of not more than six construction projects completed in the last ten years (maximum of five pages per project). At least two projects shall include work in historic districts and represent a history of commendable design. The narrative shall address the design approach with salient features for each project and discuss how the client's program, function, image, mission, economic, schedule, and operational objectives were satisfied by the overall design/planning solution. It should comment on the relevance of submitted projects to this project. This section of the submission should include tangible evidence such as certificates, awards, peer recognition, etc. demonstrating design excellence, and provide a client reference contact for each project, including name, title, address, email, phone, and fax numbers. A representative floor plan, a site plan, a building section, or other appropriate drawing, and a minimum of two photographs must be included for each project. PHILOSOPHY AND DESIGN INTENT (25%): In the Lead Designer's words (maximum of two pages), as related to this project, state: the parameters of an overall design philosophy; his/her approach to the challenge of public architecture and related issues; parameters that may apply in creating a new courthouse in a historic district. LEAD DESIGNER PROFILE (15%): Submit a biographical sketch (maximum of three pages) including education, professional experience, recognition for design efforts inclusive of the portfolio examples. Identify and describe areas of responsibility and commitment to each project. LEAD DESIGNER PORTFOLIO (25%): Submit a portfolio representative of the Lead Designer's ability to provide design excellence. Address his or her participation in each project. If a single designer, submit a portfolio of up to three projects completed in the last ten years (maximum of five pages per project). If the Lead Designer is a team, submit graphics and a description of up to two projects from each Lead Designer or Lead Design discipline. The narrative shall address the design philosophy with salient features for each project and discuss how the client's program, functional, image, mission, economic, schedule, and operations and maintenance objectives were satisfied by the overall design/planning solution. Include tangible evidence such as certificates, awards, peer recognition, etc., demonstrating design excellence. Where there is duplication with criteria (1) Past Performance on Design, the Lead Designer shall address his or her participation in the project. The lead designer shall also demonstrate a history of commendable design work in a historic district. IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR STAGE I SUBMITTALS Firms having the capabilities to perform the services described in this announcement are invited to respond by submitting Standard Form 330 Architect Engineer Qualifications Part II, which must not be dated more than twelve (12) months before the date of this synopsis along with letter of interest and the portfolio to:Delivery Address:Ms. Carrie HamanGeneral Services Administration819 Taylor St, 12B-371PBS-Acquisition DivisionFt Worth, TX 76102-6124Phone number: 817.978.6163E-mail: email@example.com ALL SUBMISSIONS ARE DUE by 2:00PM Central Standard Time on January 4, 2017. A total of one hard copy and one copy on a USB drive should be submitted. The following information must be on the outside of the sealed envelope 1) Solicitation Number/Title, 2) Due Date, 3) Closing Time. Late responses are subject to FAR 52.214-7. This contract will be procured under the Brooks A/E Act and FAR Part 36. The government will not allow payment for proposal preparation costs, travel, living expenses, computer time or hookups for the prime or the consultants during both stages of the selection process. This is not a Request for Proposals (RFP). GSA intends to hold a small business networking session in Jackson, MS after the shortlist is developed. The date, time and location will be announced with the short list. This session is intended to assist short-listed lead designers in assembling their full teams, and someone from the shortlisted lead designers' firms should be in attendance at this session to meet with the representatives from the small businesses in attendance. Only Stage I submissions are being requested at this time. The following Stage II information is presented for information only. For more information on the GSA Design Excellence Program, please visit www.gsa.gov/designexcellence Stage IIFollowing the Stage One Evaluation and development of the short list of lead designers, the short-listed firms will be notified and asked to submit more detailed information indicating each member of the design team, including all outside consultants. Sufficient time will be provided for the Lead Designer-A/E Design Firm to establish its team. The firms will be required to complete Standard Form 330 Architect Engineer Qualifications Parts I and II which reflects the entire design team. Further details of the stage two specific submission requirements and interview parameters will be available to the short-listed firms. The evaluation of the complete design team after stage one will be as follows: (1) Team Design Performance (50%) Lead designer-A/E teams must address issues of historical context, design image, and function as they have been approached on past projects. The presentation of this factor shall draw similarities to the scope and complexity of this project. The proposed lead designer-A/E team should demonstrate it can work together successfully. (2) Team Organization and Management Plan (30%) A clear and efficient management plan delineating the team structure must be included and should incorporate sub-consultants. Roles, responsibilities, lines of authority, coordination and communication should be outlined and the team shall present the means to integrate client, community, and -when required- preservation input. A process for establishing quality control and commitment to quality control standards while designing within budget and schedule limitations should be included. The plans should also identify the physical location of major design and production work, the coordination plan for consultant work, and for work produced in remote offices. (3) Professional Qualifications (15%) The lead designer-A/E team project manager, lead designer and engineers should demonstrate that they have the qualifications, experience, and commitment to organize all efforts required for this project. The lead designer-A/E team must indicate: A process where the lead designer plays a substantive leadership role. A quality control methodology for the design. A primary commitment from the lead designer to this project. (4) Geographic Location (5%) The lead designer-A/E team must demonstrate capability to perform 35% of the contract effort within the State of Mississippi. The Selection Board shall interview each team. Candidates should be prepared to discuss all aspects of the criteria indicated above and evaluation criteria as established for Stage II, and demonstrate their ability to fulfill all project requirements. Emphasis will be placed on the Lead Designer-A/E Team's understanding of the unique aspects of the project, their design philosophy, project management process, and quality assurance plan. Responses to the evaluation criteria and interview questions will be used to rank the Lead Designer-A/E Teams.
The contractor will perform an architect and urban planner Mission Board comprises the following tasks: -conseil architecture with the architectural and urban -conseil Planning Branch, upstream on the developed projects and feasibility studies framework agreement with a minimum and maximum and operator économique.la total orders of the framework agreement is between a minimum and a maximum, defined as follows: minimum amount 47 69 j j maximum amount. These amounts will be identical to the renewal terms. The Framework Agreement is concluded for a period of 1 year as of 01/01/2017 or the date on which it will be made enforceable (notification) if it is later, on 31/12/2017.
Framework Agreement with mini and maxi and an operator économique.la total amount of orders of the framework agreement is between a minimum and a maximum, defined as follows: Minimum amount 47 69 j j maximum amount. These amounts will be identical to the renewal terms. The Framework Agreement is concluded for a period of 1 year as of 01/01/2017 or the date on which it will be made enforceable (notification) if it is later, on 31/12/2017.
Modernization of the IT architecture colleges of Indre
Tendering Procedure: Selective Tendering
This requirement is for the Department of National Defence.
This requirement is open only to those TBIPS Supply Arrangement Holders who qualified under Tier 1 for services in the National Capital Region for the following category:
One (1), I.10 Technical Architect – Level 3
The following SA Holders have been invited to submit a proposal:
- ADGA Group Consultants Inc.
- Calian Ltd.
- CGI Information Systems and Management Consultants Inc.
- Fujitsu Consulting (Canada) Inc.
- IBM Canada Ltd.
- IT/Net – Ottawa Inc.
- Procom Consultants Group Ltd.
- The AIM Group Inc.
- The Halifax Group Inc.
- Valcom Consulting Group Inc.
- Veritaaq Technology House Inc.
- Deloitte Inc.
- Hitachi Data Systems Inc.
- Maplesoft Consulting Inc.
- Modis Canada Inc.
- Somos Consulting Group Ltd.
Description of Work:
A Level 3 Technical Architect is required to provide advice, guidance and technical solutions on 12 priority projects/initiatives that have been identified to meet Departmental timelines.
The Senior Technical Architect will analyze, evaluate, plan, and make recommendations in support of a number of projects and initiatives to ensure the integration of all aspects of the national-level concepts into technical solutions that can be implemented at the regional and local levels.
The work requires advanced and specialized technical knowledge, along with project management skills, which will allow for timely delivery of projects and the development of frameworks and strategies to meet business requirements. Examples are analyzing and planning the IT strategy for DND’s move to the Carling Campus, the rollout of Windows 7 in the NCR, rollout and adoption of the E-mail Transformation Initiative, the Record Keeping Initiative, and the transition of 1st and 2nd level support of all unclassified and classified networks from various service providers to DND.
Similar services are currently being performed by The Halifax Group Inc. under contract W6369-12-P5UF valued at $1,416,816.00.
Security Requirement: SRCL # W6369-15-P5JV
Minimum Corporate Security Required: Facility Security Clearance (FSC)
Minimum Resource Security Required: Top Secret - Canadian Eyes Only (CEO)
Name: Lynne Stapledon
E-Mail Address: Lynne.Stapledon@forces.gc.ca
Enquiries regarding this Request for Proposal (RFP) requirement must be submitted to the Contracting Authority named above. RFP documents will be e-mailed directly from the Contracting Authority to the Qualified Supply Arrangement Holders who are being invited to bid on this requirement. BIDDERS ARE ADVISED THAT “BUYANDSELL.GC.CA” IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR THE DISTRIBUTION OF SOLICITATION DOCUMENTS. The Crown retains the right to negotiate with any supplier on any procurement. Documents may be submitted in either official language.
NOTE: Task‐Based Informatics Professional Services (TBIPS) Method of Supply is refreshed three (3) times per year. If you wish to find out how you can be a “Qualified SA Holder”, please contact RCNMDAI.‐NCRIMOS@pwgsc.gc.ca.
The contracting authority wishes with this tender to select an architect for the design task of adapting the historic town hall, where the town hall is prepared for the new flexible method and can be used better and more sustainable for the civil housing. This contract will encompass the following: - Adjustment (architectural and interior) for the introduction of flexible working and efficient use of the building by creating more and different kinds of workplaces. - Customize ground because of the departure of the counters. - Improve the climate. - Preservation of the building. - Divers planned maintenance. - Enhance physical security.
Foundation PCOU Willibrord has decided to select an architect for the design in favor of the new building of the Rafael. The current two locations of the Rafael to Lance Avenue and Atleeplantsoen jobs should be merged in one location, as defined in the Plan Education accommodation (2016). This merger provides the opportunity to facilitate full cooperation with the care partners Rafael. Merging the current locations will be achieved by new building on Avenue de Lans 10-12.
Architect, consultancy engineering design services and project and construction management.
National Marine Centre — Architect led Multi-Disciplinary Design Team Services.
SYNOPSIS OF PROPOSED SOLE SOURCE CONTRACT ACTION Software and Training Material Development in support of Executable Architecture Management System (ExAMS) The Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command (SPAWAR), on behalf of Chief of Engineering (CHENG) Code 5.0 intends to negotiate a sole-source contract with Metron, Inc., Scientific Solutions Division, located at 1818 Library Street, Suite 600, Reston, VA 20190-5631 for systems engineering, software design, software development, integration, testing, installation, training, life cycle maintenance, management support, and system documentation for ExAMS. The requirement is currently being fulfilled under Metron task order N00178-06-D-4812-NS02. The prospective award is based on the authority for other than full and open competition found at 10 U.S.C. 2304(c)(1) and FAR 6.302-1, only one responsible source and no other suppliers or services will satisfy agency requirements. Metron is the contractor that currently possesses all developmental and operational knowledge. The required efforts cannot be performed by any other source other than Metron without substantial duplication of cost to the Government that is not expected to be recovered through competition. Solicitation N00039-17-R-0021 is anticipated to be issued and subsequently awarded in Fiscal Year 2017. The prospective award is planned to be Cost Plus Fixed Fee (CPFF) type contract with a three year period of performance (one-year base and two one-year options). The Government is not soliciting proposals in response to this synopsis. However, in an effort to foster competition, any prospective offeror may provide relevant information, by the requested due date below, which the Government may consider in its continued review of the sole source nature of this requirement. The Government will not pay for the provision of any information nor will it compensate any respondents for the development of such information. The solicitation will be issued without further notice. The Contracting Officer is Kelly Smith and the point of contact for questions should be directed to the Contract Specialist: Rema Khalife via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. To respond to this announcement, you must be registered to the SPAWAR E-Commerce website at https://e-commerce.sscno.nmci.navy.mil. Responses are due by 2 DEC 2016. THIS ANNOUNCEMENT IS ISSUED SOLELY FOR INFORMATION AND PLANNING PURPOSES AND DOES NOT CONSTITUE A REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS (RFP) OR OBLIGATION TO ISSUE A FUTURE RFP. RESPONSES IN ANY FORM ARE NOT OFFERS, AND THIS ANNOUNCEMENT DOES NOT COMMIT THE GOVERNMENT TO CONTRACT FOR ANY SUPPLIES OR SERVICES. Future information, if released, will be synopsized on the Federal Business Opportunities (FedBizOpps) and SPAWAR E-Commerce Central website: https://e-commerce.sscno.nmci.navy.mil. Interested parties are responsible for monitoring these sites for additional information pertaining to this announcement.
Architect Led Design Teams for Lot 1 Neilsbroook Park, Randalstown and Lot 2 — The Hill Portstewart.
Architect Led Design Teams for Tyndale Gardens Belfast, Devenish Drive Monkstown, Parkhead Crescent
Architect -Led Integrated Design Teams for Affordable Housing at Lot 1 Glengormley Park, and Lot 2 2
Object: Electronic Auction - support and maintenance services 3 software licenses SAP Sybase Power Designer Enterprise Architect (CS).
Academy of Fine Arts: Phase 3b - interior restoration of the building Cobergher - Architecture
Architect — Led Design Teams for Lot 1- Killynure Phase 2 Carryduff, Lot 2 — Kilwee Dunmurry, Lot 3-
REN is responsible for municipal waste sanitation in Oslo for private users and for small businesses.
REN needs consultancy services for reviews, planning and engineering design services for both existing sites/properties and for new, future sites/properties within the following areas:
— Various methods of waste collection.
— Establishment of mini-recycling stations.
— Testing sites, feasibility studies.
— Concept developments, sketches, feasibility studies.
— Ongoing upgrades to sites and buildings.
The aim of the procurement is to join up with the necessary assistance within architect services, engineering design services and responsible applicant for work carried out at REN's sites that requires applications in accordance with the Planning and Building Act.
These are ongoing projects and work assignments that are covered by working capital and the extent will depend on the budget each year.
Call-offs can also be made on the framework agreements for investment projects in the preliminary phase and implementation phase. This will be assessed in each project and the extent will depend on the granted investment resources and orders from the city council department.
Otherwise see the attached requirement specifications, annex 1.