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D--High Performance Computing System Architect Services

Department of the Navy, Naval Education and Training Command | Published January 25, 2017  -  Deadline February 17, 2017
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The Naval Postgraduate School Information Technology and Communications department has an immediate requirement for High Performance Computing architect services. The incumbent contractor is FirstSpot, Inc. under contract N62271-16-M-1020, awarded for $147,022.40. Proposed candidate shall be a U.S. Citizen. See below for additional details. The NAICS code is 541519 and the Small Business Standard is $27.5. This requirement is being competed as a small business set-aside. The Small Business Office concurs with the acquisition strategy. While discussions are not anticipated, the Government reserves the right to do so. Award will be Firm-Fixed Price (FFP) for the services detailed in the accompanying SOW. The solicitation document and incorporated provisions and clauses are those in effect through Federal Acquisition Circular 2005-69, effective August 1, 2013 and DFARS Change Notice 20130909. See attached RFQ and statement of work document for submission instructions and additional details.

D--High Performance Computing Architect Services

Department of the Navy, Naval Education and Training Command | Published November 2, 2015  -  Deadline December 2, 2015
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Note: Funds are subject to enactment of FY16 DoD Appropriations Act or the Continuing Resolution Authority and are subject to whichever becomes applicable. 1.0 Background/Introduction The High Performance Computing (HPC) Team in ITACS at NPS provides overall support to students, staff, and researchers engaged in work that requires high-level computational capacity. This includes massively parallel computation (high floating-point-operations per second usually requiring multi-cores/threads), high input/output rates, and/or “big data” / data-analytics workloads. Traditional workloads have typically dealt with the MPI (message passing interface) stack employed on CPUs, but over the past few years, has grown to include GPGPU computing, and more recently, Hadoop computing.

D--8(a) Direct: Applications Architect Services

Department of the Interior, National Business Center | Published May 29, 2015
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Architect Services for Transducer System

Department of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) | Published July 18, 2013  -  Deadline July 31, 2013
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J9- NON-NUCLEAR SHIP REPAIR (EAST) NAVAL ARCHITECT SERVICES FOR TRANSDUCER SYSTEM DESIGNS NOTICE DATE: JULY 18, 2013 Notice Type: Pre-solicitation NAICS: 336611 - SHIP BUILDING AND REPAIRING Contracting Office: Department of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), Eastern Regional Acquisition, 200 Granby Street, Suite 815, Norfolk, VA 23510 The National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), Eastern Regional Acquisition, Norfolk, VA on behalf of Office of Marine and Aviation Operations (OMAO) is soliciting a requirement to perform Naval Architect Services for Transducer System Designs aboard the NOAA Ship Thomas Jefferson, Norfolk, VA. Provide all labor, material and equipment required, in accordance with the attached Statement of Work, "NOAA Ship Thomas Jefferson Transducer Installation Designs MOA2-16(13)". This RFQ is 100 percent set-aside for small business concerns. The associated North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) code is 336611, which has a corresponding size standard of 1,000 employees. Solicitation number EA133M-13-RQ-0582 will be issued July 19, 2013 and will July 31, 2013. The total period of performance for all work specified in the Statement of Work is August 12, 2013 through August 30, 2013, with deliverables being due no later than June 30, 2014. To schedule a site visit, please contact Neil Lamartin at 757-441-6369. The Government anticipates awarding a firm fixed price purchase order to the responsible bidder whose bid, conforming to the solicitation, will be most advantageous to the Government, considering only price and the price-related factors specified in the solicitation. All responsible sources may submit a quotation which shall be considered by the agency. The anticipated award date is on or about August 2, 2013. Contractors are encouraged to register with the FedBizOpps Vendor Notification Service as well as the Interested Vendors List for this acquisition (see applicable tab within FedBizOpps where this synopsis/solicitation is posted). Potential offerors may direct all inquiries pertaining to the solicitation in writing to Kolby.Harold@noaa.gov. Telephonic requests will not be honored.

NAVAL ARCHITECT SERVICES FOR TRANSDUCER SYSTEMS DESIGN

Department of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) | Published April 15, 2014  -  Deadline April 24, 2014
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The NOAA Ship NANCY FOSTER, Charleston, South Carolina, has a requirement for a vendor to - To Perform Naval Architect Services for Transducer Systems Designs in accordance with the Statement of Work, and drawings. Interested offerors can email linda.mullen@noaa.gov for copies of drawings and manuals. Time of Delivery is within Schedule shown in the Statement of Work. This acquisition will be issued as an RFQ and awarded as a firm-fixed price order under simplified acquisition procedures. This is 100% Small Business Set-Aside. All responsible sources may submit a quote which shall be considered by the agency. To be eligible for award, offerors must be registered with the System for Award Management (SAM): www.sam.gov, and obtain (and provide with the offer) a DUNS number by calling 1-800-333-0505. The FSC for this is C216 and NAICS Code is 541330, small business size standard is $35.5 million. No Defense Priorities and Allocations System (DPAS) rating assigned. Copies of the solicitation will only be posted on FEDBIZOPPS webpage www.eps.gov. Hard copies of the RFQ will not be issued. It is incumbent upon contractors to monitor FIDBIZOPPS for the release of the RFQ, specification, and all subsequent amendments. Telephone requests will not be honored. If you download a copy of the solicitation please email the contract specialist with your company name and address or fax the information to (757) 664-3649. Offers can be faxed or emailed. Inquires will only be accepted via email to Linda.Mullen@noaa.gov.

Engineer-Architect Services

Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention | Published November 16, 2009  -  Deadline December 18, 2009
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Engineer-Architect services are required for an indefinite-delivery indefinite-quantity (IDIQ) contract for multi-disciplined design projects at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Atlanta, Georgia. This is a competitive requirement set-aside for certified 8(a) business firms serviced by the SBA District Office, Atlanta, Georgia. Projects may occur at all CDC locations (except Morgantown and Pittsburgh), although the predominate number of projects will occur in the Atlanta, Georgia metropolitan area. Scope of work will include architectural, security, laboratory, interior design, structural, mechanical, electrical, plumbing, fire protection, cost estimating, and civil disciplines to perform design and construction document production, cost estimates, studies, investigations and evaluations, construction phase services, and other related general design services. Project and building types may include renovations, additions and new construction. Each project typically would have a construction budget of less than $1,000,000, but is not limited by the amount. Design experience should include phased renovations, laboratories, offices, and other supporting facilities, with emphasis on construction document production. All members of the E-A team are required to have the ability to produce all documents on AutoCAD Release 2008 Format of the design and master facility database drawings utilizing the CDC standard layers. The prime firm's principal expertise shall be ENGINEERING (NAICS 541330). Firms will be evaluated based on the following criteria and associated weight factors: (1) Firm's past performance in the production of contract documents. Minimum responses shall include, but not be limited to, the following: a. Past performance on similar contracts with Government agencies and private industry. Past performance may be demonstrated by providing error and omissions change orders, statements from clients relating specifically to the preparation of contract documents, and other criteria demonstrating past performance, team experience, and technical competence in the preparation of contract documents for each specific project presented. Additionally, each offeror shall provide a client contact name, current telephone number, and project name of three projects demonstrating proficiency in the production of contract documents. List team members and consultant team members presented for this proposal and their past experiences, responsibilities, and project title, with prime firm in the preparation of contract documents for each specific project presented. Weight: 30%. (2) Firm's past performance on similar projects. Emphasis should be on laboratory, office renovation, facility life safety and fire protection, and security engineering experience. Minimum responses shall include, but not be limited to, the following: a. Past performance on similar contracts with Government agencies maintaining project schedule and project budget. b. Past performance on similar contracts with private industry maintaining project schedule and project budget. c. Demonstration of user satisfaction with quality of work. d. Demonstration of successful techniques in phased renovation projects occupied during renovation. Weight: 30%. (3) Qualifications of Project Manager and Discipline Leaders. Minimum responses shall include, but not be limited to, the following: a. Professional experience, designating responsibility and title of person for each specific project listed. b. Past shared project design experience of prime team and team consultants. c. Demonstration of abilities to manage similar contracts, especially laboratory and office, utilizing phased renovation projects occupied during renovation. d. Demonstration of experience in the preparation of contract documents as a Project Manager or Discipline Leader. Demonstration of this experience may be expressed by providing error and omissions change orders, statements from clients relating specifically to the preparation of contract documents, and other criteria demonstrating past performance, team experience, and technical competence in the preparation of contract documents for each specific project presented. Additionally, each offeror shall provide a client contact name, current telephone number, and project name of three projects demonstrating the Project Manager's or Discipline Leader's qualifications in the preparation of contract documents. Weight: 25%. (4) Organization of proposed team. Minimum responses shall include, but not be limited to, the following: a. Organizational structure and demonstrated ability to organize and manage similar contracts. b. Management plan reflecting coordination of disciplines, quality control, and controls to maintain project schedules and construction costs. Weight: 15%. LOCATION: Only prime firms and their major consultants (architectural, security, interior design, structural, mechanical, electrical, plumbing, fire protection, cost estimating and civil) having established production office within a fifty-mile radius of the CDC Roybal Campus, 1600 Clifton Road, Atlanta, GA, will be considered for this procurement. The laboratory consultant is not included in the fifty-mile radius limitation. This will be an indefinite- quantity indefinite-delivery-type contract and is estimated for $1,000,000 in fees for a one-year period with four one-year option periods estimated at $1,000,000 each. Individual task orders will not be less than $1,000 and will not normally exceed $500,000. Engineer-Architect selection procedures will be used in accordance with Part 36 of the Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR) and selection will be non-project specific. Firms desiring consideration are invited to submit a letter of interest along with five (5) copies each of SF 330, Parts I and II (Part II of the SF 330, Architect-Engineer Qualifications, must be provided for prime firm and each consultant firm). Section H of the SF 330 may include photographic and/or technical materials not-to-exceed 20 pages as technical support. All SF 330s, Part II, must be current reflecting a date not more than one year from the date of this announcement. Responses are due by 2:00 p.m. (local time) on December 18, 2009. Submittals received after this date and time are late and will not be considered. This is not a request for proposal. Site visits will not be arranged during the submittal period. NAIC 541330.

C--Architect Services

Department of Veterans Affairs, VA Central Arkansas Health Care System | Published September 20, 2012
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C--Architect Services

Department of Veterans Affairs, Togus VAMROC | Published March 21, 2012
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A&E Architect Services

Department of the Air Force, Air Combat Command | Published September 16, 2010
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D -- Enterprise Architect Services

Government Printing Office, Acquisition Services | Published March 5, 2008  -  Deadline April 7, 2008
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The Contractor shall support the activities of the Government Printing Office EA Program Office led by GPO Chief Architect and assist in the process of developing and maintaining GPO EA. The Contractor shall work closely with the CIO Program Management Office (PMO). The contractor will be responsible for producing a set of deliverables (work products) that document and map ?As Is? and ?To Be? states of GPO EA. The Contractor shall be responsible for documenting Business Processes, Data, Systems, Services, and Technology in the EA repository using EA approved tools. The contractor shall also be responsible for producing draft of EA guidance, and supporting IT Governance, EA transition planning, and technology adoption for the agency. These work products should continue to evolve and change over time in alignment with the changing needs of the agency?s business and changes in technology. The contractor shall use best practices in conducting the appropriate activity level to achieve each deliverable. The work scope shall comprise of the following major tasks and corresponding deliverables that focus on maturing and maintaining GPO EA. These task include: 1) Further development of EA Content and Products; 2) EA planning and program management; 3) IT Governance.

Naval Architect Services for Projects Aboard T.S. State of Maine

Department of Transportation, Maritime Administration (MARAD) | Published June 20, 2011  -  Deadline July 25, 2011
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The following is the SOW: INTENT: It is the intent of this Statement of Work (SOW) to provide stamped approved ABS and USCG detailed drawings and specifications for the following projects aboard the Training Ship, State of Maine as follows: 1. Sewage Holding Tanks: Convert one or more salt water ballast tanks into sewage and grey water holding tanks. 2. Shore Power Modification: Modify the two existing shore power feeders (which currently run along the port side of the aft house) such that they penetrate the aft house adjacent to the fire control room (instead of their current penetration at the aft end of the aft house). 3. Ship's Service Diesel Generator Replacement Concept Study: Provide engineering and concept drawings which provide two separate options for replacing the three existing 900 Kw, MAK 6 M 332 ship's service diesel generators with Tier III compliant generators. 4. Ship's Service Diesel Generator Replacement Detailed Drawings (Optional) : Based on the results of the preliminary engineering and concept drawings identified in #3 above, the government may elect to proceed with requiring the Naval Architect to provide all engineering, detailed drawings and specifications for one of the options. 5. Drawing Copies: Provide electronic copies of all drawings aboard the ship. PERFORMANCE PERIOD: This SOW can begin immediately after award. All deliverables for this statement of work are due by February 1, 2012. NOTES: Wherever the words "detailed drawings" appear in this SOW, it is to be understood to mean all pertinent engineering calculations, detailed structural drawings, arrangement drawings, rip out drawings, piping drawings, HVAC drawings, electrical system drawings and all other drawings and details required to accurately identify, to a ship yard, the full scope of work and materials required. For example, structural drawings shall include detailed foundations, fabrication details, locating dimensions, installation details (to weld to existing ship structure), welding symbols, and a complete material list with material descriptions, quantities and material specifications as well as sources for the material. Electrical drawings shall include installation details, one line diagrams, equipment wiring details, cable sizes, cable types, watertight penetration details, and a complete material list. Piping and HVAC drawings shall include all penetration details, material descriptions, quantities and material specifications as well as sources for the material. All drawings shall include additional views, sections, elevations and details, as necessary, as required for clarification. WORK DESCRIPTION: ITEM 0001- Sewage Holding Tanks: It is the purpose of this ITEM for a Naval Architect to provide USCG and ABS stamped approved, detailed drawings and specifications to be used by a ship yard to convert one or more existing salt water ballast tanks into sewage and grey water holding tanks. These tanks (or tank) shall hold not less than 500 tons of waste water (an estimated amount of wastewater for 380 persons over a 5 to 6 day period) . It is the Government's desire to convert salt water ballast tanks 3-174-1 and 3-174-2 into holding tanks which have a total capacity of 719 tons. Prior to developing the detailed drawings and specifications, the Naval Architect shall perform an engineering concept study to determine if tanks 3-174-1 and 3-174-2 can be used or if a different set of tanks (or tank) should be used. Based on the results of the concept study, a decision shall be made by the Contracting Officer's Technical Representative (COTR) as to which tanks (or tank) to use. The detailed drawings and specifications shall address, at a minimum, the following requirements: 1. Piping to transfer sewage, from the forward and aft MSD systems and forward grey water system, into the new holding tanks. 2. Pumps and piping necessary to permit pumping of the new holding tanks both ashore and overboard. 3. Salt water wash down and internal tank aeration of the new holding tanks. 4. Overboard discharge of the forward MSD effluent pump at both the port and starboard side. 5. Holding tank coating renewal using a coating compatible for sewage. In addition to the detailed drawings and specifications required, the Naval Architect shall update and submit for approval the ship's Trim and Stability Booklet, Cargo Max Software and any other drawing or document required to be developed, modified and/or approved by the regulatory agencies as a result of these re-designs such as Fire Plans, Structural Fire Plans, Egress Plans, etc. If requested, the contractor shall be required to resubmit revised drawings and specifications to satisfy all regulatory questions and comments. ABS engineering and drawing review costs shall be invoiced to the Government. All other costs shall be borne by the Naval Architect. ITEM 0002- Shore Power Modification: It is the purpose of this ITEM for a Naval Architect to provide USCG and ABS stamped approved, detailed drawings and specifications to be used by a ship yard to modify the two existing shore power feeders such that they run from a new connection box adjacent to the fire control room and down to two the shore power breakers located on the main switch board. In addition to the detailed drawings and specifications required, the Naval Architect shall update and submit for approval any other drawing or document required to be developed, modified and/or approved by the regulatory agencies as a result of these re-designs such as Fire Plans, Structural Fire Plans, Egress Plans, etc. If requested, the contractor shall be required to resubmit revised drawings and specifications to satisfy all regulatory questions and comments. ABS engineering and drawing review costs shall be invoiced to the Government. All other costs shall be borne by the Naval Architect. ITEM 0003 - Ship's Service Diesel Generators Replacement - Concept Study and Concept Drawings: It is the purpose of this ITEM for a Naval Architect to provide a concept study and concept drawings for two separate options to replace the three existing 900 Kw, MAK 6 M 332 ship's service diesel generators. The first option involves replacing all three of the 6 M 332 diesel generators with three MAK 6 M 20 C, (1020 Kw each), diesel generators (or equal). The second option involves replacing two of the MAK 6 M 332 diesel generators with two MAK 8 M 20 C, (1360 Kw each) diesel generators (or equal) in addition to replacing one MAK 6 M 332 with one MAK 6 M 20 C diesel enerator. The preliminary engineering and concept drawings shall define the requirements (in terms of both cost and modifications required) to accomplish both options with regard to the following: 1. Structural foundations. 2. Surrounding structures and the room necessary to perform engine overhauls. 3. Interference removal to accomplish removal of existing and installation of new diesel generators. 4. Fuel system sizing (and their supporting electrical systems). 5. Exhaust system sizing. 6. Jacket water cooling system sizing (and their supporting electrical systems). 7. Lube oil cooling system sizing (and their supporting electrical systems). 8. Generator wiring and control systems. 9. Switchboard sizing and generator circuit breaker sizing. 10. Switchboard meters and monitoring devices to include interfacing with the existing TMS engine automation system. 11. Stability and trim. ITEM 0004 - Ship's Service Diesel Generators Replacement - Detailed (Optional) : Based on the results of the concept study and concept drawings identified in ITEM 0003 above, the government may elect to exercise this Optional ITEM. If exercised, the Naval Architect shall provide USCG and ABS stamped approved, detailed drawings, and specifications (to include material lists), necessary for a ship yard to replace the three existing 900 Kw, MAK 6 M 332 ship's service diesel generators in the manner decided on. In addition to the detailed drawings and specifications required, the Naval Architect shall update and submit for approval any other drawing or document required to be developed, modified and/or approved by the regulatory agencies as a result of these re-designs such as Fire Plans, Structural Fire Plans, Egress Plans, etc. If requested, the contractor shall be required to resubmit revised drawings and specifications to satisfy all regulatory questions and comments. ABS engineering and drawing review costs shall be invoiced to the Government. All other costs shall be borne by the Naval Architect. ITEM 0005-Provide Example Electronic Copies of both Hard Copy and Microfiche Drawings: The ship contains both hardcopy paper and microfiche drawings. It is the purpose of this item for the Naval Architect to provide electronic, pdf copies, of 5 separate drawings (chosen by the COTR) from both the hard copy paper and microfiche in order to compare the quality between the two copying methods and to make determination as to whether or not to exercise ITEM 0006 or 0007 below. ITEM 0006-Drawing Copies Produced From Hard Copy Drawings (Optional): Provide electronic, scanned copies of all existing hard copy drawings aboard the ship to include all new drawings resulting from this statement of work. There are approximately 2,000 (two thousand) separate drawings; many with multiple pages. The existing hard copy drawings shall be inventoried by both the Naval Architect and a person appointed by the ship's Chief Engineer prior to their removal for copying. A copy of the inventory shall be signed by both parties. The drawings to be copied are listed in the attached pdf file. All drawings shall be scanned into pdf files which shall include a searchable pdf index listing each file by both drawing title and number. A total of 4 complete sets of CDs shall be produced and delivered to the COTR. ITEM 0007-Drawing Copies Produced From Microfiche Drawings (Optional): Provide electronic, copies of all existing microfiche drawings aboard the ship to include electronic copies of all new drawings resulting from this statement of work. There are approximately 2,000 (two thousand) separate drawings; many with multiple pages. The existing microfiche drawings shall be inventoried by both the Naval Architect and a person appointed by the ship's Chief Engineer prior to their removal for copying. A copy of the inventory shall be signed by both parti s. The drawings to be copied are listed in the attached pdf file. All microfiche drawings shall be scanned into pdf files which shall include a searchable pdf index listing each file by both drawing title and number. A total of 4 complete sets of CDs shall be produced and delivered to the COTR. REFERENCES: 1. Technical manuals and ship's drawings for as built and existing installations. 2. ABS Rules and Regulations, as applicable 3. US Coast Guard regulations, CFRs and NAVICs, as applicable 4. IEEE standards, as applicable 5. NFPA standards, as applicable 6. IMO rules and regulations, as applicable GOVERNMENT PROVIDED MATERIALS: All of the ship's drawings and manuals shall be made available for referencing aboard ship. Removal of drawings and/or manuals for copying purposes may only be performed after receiving written approval from the ship's Chief Engineer.

Marine Architect Services for Evaluating the Corporation-owned Tug Robinson Bay

Department of Transportation, St. Lawrence Seaway Development Corporation (SLSDC) | Published January 27, 2012  -  Deadline February 27, 2012
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This acquisition is for architect-engineer (A-E) services, and is procured in accordance with the Brooks A-E Act as implemented in Subpart 36.6 of the Federal Acquisition Regulation. A-E firms meeting the requirements described in this announcement are invited to submit: (1) a Standard Form (SF) 330, Architect-Engineer Qualifications, Parts I and II, and (2) any requested supplemental data to the contracting office shown. The Saint Lawrence Seaway Development Corporation (Corporation) requires a Naval Architecture/Marine Engineering firm to provide reconnaissance/study services to evaluate the options for replacing or refitting their Tug Robinson Bay. Services shall include performing the research and conceptual designs and cost estimates as required to allow the Corporation to properly evaluate these options. The Robinson Bay is a 103 ft. LOA, Class 1A icebreaking tug with a 27 ft. beam and draft of 14 ft.-6 in. The vessel was built in 1958 and repowered in 1991. It is powered by a single Caterpillar 3606 turning at 900 RPM into an Ideal Generator making 1,550 kW. Propulsion comes via a GE 1,750 hp. electric motor through a Philadelphia 26 VGM 3.972:1 reduction gear connected to a single 96 in. x 96 in. stainless steel propeller in a fixed Kort nozzle. Steering is provided by a Sperry electric-hydraulic system actuating one fully balanced rudder. Auxiliary power is provided by a 105 kW Caterpillar 3304B with emergency power coming from a 20 kW Onan generator. The primary mission of the vessel is to propel and maneuver the Corporation’s Buoy Barge BPL-6704 which is 150 ft. long with a 60 ft. beam and a draft of 4 ft.-6 in. The Buoy Barge is equipped with a crane and bow thruster and is used to place and remove floating Aids to Navigation during the opening and closing periods of the St. Lawrence Seaway and in support of other projects related to Aids to Navigation. The Robinson Bay also provides icebreaking in ice up to approximately 30 in. thick, maneuvers the Corporation’s heavy-lift derrick barge Grasse River, and provides emergency assistance towing to vessels aground or otherwise disabled in the St. Lawrence River. The Corporation requires the A-E to provide analysis and information with regards to both a newly constructed vessel and/or an extensive refit considering the following requirements: · Increase in propulsion; · Improve electrical system redundancy and automation; · The ability to meet upcoming regulations regarding zero-discharge of effluents and EPA emissions rules; · Fully modernized damage control equipment to include fire-fighting ability in the event of responding to a shipboard fire. Watertight doors, fixed fire-fighting systems, alarm sensor and zoning systems, fire pump capacity and operation, fire monitor(s), and ventilation and damper systems shall be up to current industry standards; · A rescue/work boat and launching system; · Mitigation of the maneuvering limitations characteristic of the current vessel. This may include thrusters, steering nozzle, high lift rudder(s), or other means suitable for operation in heavy ice; · A deck crane, collapsible gunwales and tackle for the purpose of handling some Aids to Navigation with the tug without the barge; · Improve the vessel’s ability to tow in the open Great Lakes with increased weather thresholds through the addition of a towing winch; · Fully modernized wheelhouse of adequate height-of-eye, as well as an aft maneuvering and winch control station; and · Fully modernized accommodations. Firms responding to this announcement before the closing date of February 27, 2012, will be considered for selection, subject to any limitations indicated with respect to size of the firm, specialized technical expertise or other requirements listed. Following an evaluation of the qualifications and performance data submitted, three or more firms that are considered to be the most highly qualified to provide the type of services required will be chosen for negotiation. Selections of firms for negotiation shall be made in order of preference based on the demonstrated competence and qualifications necessary for satisfactory performance in accordance with the specific selection criteria as follows: (1) The A/E must have specialized experience and technical competence in the type of work required . The company must have specific experience within the last five years designing vessels similar to the Robinson Bay and designing upgrades, additions, and modifications of vessels similar to those required; (2) Past performance on contracts with Government agencies and private industry in terms of cost control, quality of work, and compliance with performance schedules; (3) Professional qualifications and experience of individuals that will be assigned to work on the project necessary for satisfactory performance of required services. Designated individuals must have specific experience within the last five years designing vessels similar to the Robinson Bay and designing upgrades, additions, and modifications to vessels similar to those required; and (4) Capacity to accomplish the work in the required time. Estimated period of performance is March 2012 through July 2012. The Corporation contemplates awarding a firm, fixed price contract. There is no estimated cost range for the project at this time. Offerors must be registered in the Central Contractor Registration (CCR) database as www.ccr.gov to be eligible for award. For additional information on this procurement, please contact Patricia White at patricia.white@dot.gov or Teresa Helm at teresa.helm@dot.gov .

RECOVERY - URGFCP Historic Architect Services to Evaluate Irrigations Structures in the Canalization Project

International Boundary and Water Commission, Information Management Division | Published April 1, 2009
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THIS NOTICE IS PROVIDED FOR INFORMATION PURPOSES ONLY. THIS OPPORTUNITY IS AVAILABLE TO THE CONTRACTORS AS STATED BELOW. 1. Multiple Award Contracts IBM04D0001, IBM04D0002, and IBM04D0005 were awarded to Camp Dresser and McKee (CDM), Parsons Infrastructure (Parsons), and CH2M Hill, Inc. (CH2M Hill), respectively, on April 1, 2004 for environmental services. 2. The International Boundary & Water Commission, United States and Mexico, US Section (USIBWC), has a need for the historic architectural evaluation of the entire Rio Grande Canalization Project (RGCP) reach in Texas and New Mexico. 3. The New Mexico and Texas State Historic Preservation Offices (SHPOs) have concurred with the USIBWC that earthen levee improvements requiring up to two (2) feet of fill material, would not impact historic resources. Further coordination with the SHPOs indicated that levee improvements requiring greater than two (2) feet of fill would require additional investigation and documentation. Height increases, greater than two (2) feet, have the potential to expand the levee footprint, up to a maximum of twelve (12) feet on each side of the existing levee. 4. Preliminary background research indicates that the entire levee system including all its irrigation structures, box culverts, gated structures, storm drains, and dams have met the 50 year age criteria and may be potentially eligible for inclusion in the National Register of Historic Places. Therefore an architectural survey and evaluation of architectural/engineering buildings, levees, and structures, including subsurface features (e.g. irrigation ditches) located along the entire RGCP is required. 5. In accordance with Section H, Special Contract Requirements, Paragraph (b), Competition, of the contracts, competition for issuance of a Task Order is limited to the awardees. All awardees are given a fair opportunity to be considered for each Task Order. 6. Request for Proposal 09-09 was issued to the three awardees on February 18, 2009 requesting a firm-fixed price proposal to perform the work. The awardees were advised that the task order would be awarded based on the lowest price technically acceptable proposal received. Amendment 1 was issued February 24, 2009 to respond to questions received from CH2M Hill.

Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity Multi-Discpline Architect Services Contract, Various Locations throughout U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Alaska Region

Department of the Interior, Fish and Wildlife Service | Published August 22, 2011  -  Deadline September 22, 2011
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(1) CONTRACT INFORMATION:This Indefinite Delivery multi-discipline contract(s) is being procured in accordance with the Brooks A-E Act as implemented in FAR Part 36 and the supplements thereto. Firm(s) will be selected for negotiation based on demonstrated competence and qualifications for the required work. This announcement is open to Small Business. North American Industrial Classification System code is 541310, which has a size standard of $4.5 Million in average annual receipts. To receive award, contractors shall be registered in the Central Contractor Registration (CCR) and the Online Representation Certification Application (ORCA). To register in CCR, the Internet site is found at http://www.ccr.gov ; to register in ORCA, the Internet site is found at https://orca.bpn.gov . More than one contract may be awarded from this solicitation, not to exceed a maximum of two awards. Contract(s) may be awarded concurrently or may be staggered at two (2) to four (4) month intervals. The contract type shall be Indefinite Delivery, Firm Fixed Price, not to exceed $3 million over a term of 5 years. There is no specific task order limit except the limit of the contract. All responders are advised that this contract may be revised or canceled at any time during the solicitation, selection, evaluation, negotiation and final award. In addition, no projects are yet authorized (See FAR 52.232-18). This solicitation does not guarantee work to the selected firm. Award of the first contract is anticipated for the second quarter of FY 2012. The allocation of requirements between all concurrent contracts will be based on a unilateral assessment by the Government of any or all of the following unranked issues: a. Equitable allocation of work among contractsb. Specific and unique capabilitiesc. Apparent capacity of the contractor to perform the anticipated type of workd. Timeliness and historical work performancee. Required delivery schedulesf. Experience and/or on-going work (locality and/or type)g. Cost sharing between the task ordersh. Understanding of local factors geographyi. Remaining contract capacityj. Potential for on-going work from the task orderk. Cost to attend meetings, mobilize/demobilize, etc.l. Potential variability of workm. Prohibition of designer performing construction (AE-Construction)n. Ease of negotiation completiono. Available personnel(2) PROJECT INFORMATION: The architectural consultant selected will be required to provide technical support for maintenance and capital improvement projects on the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) facilities at various field stations and National Wildlife Refuges (NWR's) throughout Alaska. The consultant shall provide sufficient staff, flexibility, and capability to respond to projects on an as-needed basis. Design services to be provided include: new construction, renovation/rehabilitation of existing facilities, architectural site civil, landscaping, structural, mechanical, electrical, fire detection and suppression, and detailed cost estimating. The consultant may also be required to perform life cycle cost analysis, analyze/implement Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) and energy conservation measures, investigate sites/facilities for environmental contaminants and hazardous materials, identify/obtain required construction permitting including permits for storm water, wetland, fire, building, NEPA, State DOT leases, and perform construction phases services such as onsite inspections, submittal reviews and system commissioning. The consultant must have experience in arctic and sub-arctic design. The firm must demonstrate the ability to provide drawings/documentation in AutoCAD, MSWord, MSExcel, and Adobe formats. Specifically, consultant must demonstrate ability to produce CSI standard format 33 division specifications in MSWord, detailed cost estimates in MSExcel, and drawings in AutoCAD. (3) LOCATION: The USFWS in Alaska has facilities located throughout Alaska and the consultant should expect the bulk of the work to be at these locations. Field locations within Alaska include, but are not limited to: Adak, Arctic Village, Bethel, Bettles, Chevak, Chignik, Cold Bay, Dillingham, Fairbanks, Fort Yukon, Galena, Homer, Juneau, Kaktovik, Karluk Lake, Ketchikan, King Salmon, Kodiak, Kotzebue, McGrath, Selawik, Soldotna, and Tok. (4) SELECTION CRITERIA: The following selection criteria are listed in the descending order of importance. Responding firms must address each discipline, clearly indicate which shall be subcontracted, and provide a separate SF330 (Part II) for each subcontractor. (A) Professional Qualifications: Minimum requirements of team members for professional personnel in the following disciplines: Architect, Civil Engineer, Structural Engineer, Mechanical Engineer, Electrical Engineer, Geotechnical Engineer, Environmental Engineer, Landscape Architect, Professional Land Surveyor, and Cost Estimator. All engineering/architectural professionals and land surveyor(s) shall be licensed in the state of Alaska. At least one member of team must also be a LEED Accredited Professional (AP) in New Construction (NC). (B) Specialized Experience in the following areas: (1) Design of new facilities and renovations in arctic and sub-arctic regions. Team shall demonstrate experience in design, construction, and facility maintenance for arctic environments for all required disciplines. (2) Design and construction services in remote locations without access from road system. (3) Construction phase services. (4) Sustainable design in energy and water conservation and efficiency in new and existing facilities, waste reduction, pollution prevention, and analysis/implementation of LEED. (C) Past Performance with governmental entities and private industry in terms of: Cost control, quality of work, and compliance with performance schedules. (D) Geographic Experience in the Alaskan region with knowledge of local conditions. (E) Capacity to maintain schedules and accomplish work within required time. (5) SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS: Firms submitting their qualifications should provide ONE electronic copy and ONE paper copy of the SF330 and must include the following additional information as indicated: (A) Part I, Block C (11): include if previously worked with subcontractor and estimated percentage of involvement for each team member; (B) Part I, block F (24): include separate values for professional fee and construction for each project identified; and (C) Part I, Block H (30): address how your team meets each selection criterion. Include an organization chart or the key personnel. The 6/04 edition of the SF330 MUST be used, and may be obtained from the Government Printing Office at: http://www.gsa.gov/portal/forms/download/21DBF5BF7E860FC185256E13005C6AA6 and the electronic copy must be submitted in Adobe Acrobat PDF format. Part I of the SF330 must be submitted. Part II of the SF330 must be either submitted with Part I or the Part II will be considered submitted if a current version (updated within the 36-month period prior to the date for receipt of submissions) of the Part II information has been uploaded to the Online Representations and Certifications Application (ORCA) website. The Solicitation due date is: September 22, 2011 at 2:00pm Alaska Time.Offerors must mail or deliver their SF330 packages to be received no later than the date and time stated on the Presolicitation Notice. Questions can be directed to the Contracting Specialist/Contracting Officer listed below.Offerors are advised to plan accordingly. No arrangements shall be made by the Government to assist in the preparation of the SF330 package delivery. It is incumbent on the offeror to plan for unanticipated delays in delivery of the SF330 package proposal. For offerors who will have their SF330 package hand delivered, or use personal delivery services such as UPS, DHL or FedEx, the delivery must be by person, courier or personal delivery service.SF330 packages shall be received no later than the date and time stated on the SF1442 or subsequent solicitation amendment at: MAILING ADDRESS:U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Region 71011 E. Tudor RoadMS 171ATTN: Contracting and General ServicesAnchorage, Alaska 99503-6199 PHYSICAL ADDRESS:Same as Mailing Address SF330 packages shall be accepted at the front reception desk of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service building located at 1011 E. Tudor Road, Anchorage, AK. 99503-6199 business hours (8am to 4pm AST) Monday through Friday excluding holidays but not later than the date and time stated above or subsequent combined synopsis/solicitation notice amendment. There is limited access to this facility which can be found at the North end of the facility through the main doors and into the atrium doors which leads directly to the receptionist desk. Please have the receptionist contact the Contracting Specialist/Contracting Officer or any Contracting and General Services employee to properly receive hand delivered packages.The packaging that contains the SF330 package shall be marked as follows:"Response to Presolicitation Solicitation Number: F11PS01458, DO NOT OPEN"Contracting and General Services point of contact for this solicitation is: Christie VandenDries at (907) 786-3415 or e-mail address is Christie_VandenDries@fws.gov . A secondary point of contact is the Contracting and General Services Chief of Contracting, Claudette McDonald at (907) 786-3439 or e-mail address Claudette_McDonald@fws.gov . If additional information becomes necessary, an amendment to this solicitation will be published. No faxed or e-mailed packages shall be accepted. This is not a request for proposal. Contracting Office Address:1011 E. Tudor Road MS 171Anchorage, Alaska 99503-6199United StatesPlace of Performance:Various Locations within Alaska Primary Point of Contact:Christie VandenDriesContracting OfficerChristie_VandenDries@fws.govPhone: (907) 786-3415 Secondary Point of Contact:Claudette McDonaldChief of Contractingclaudette_mcdonald@fws.govPhone: (907) 786-3439

Architect Services for a Facility Condition Survey, at the IHS Health Care Facilities, NE, SD and ND

Department of Health and Human Services, Indian Health Service | Published June 26, 2008  -  Deadline July 10, 2008
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Firm Fixed Price contract for Architect and Engineering Services for Facility Condition Surveys at Indian Health Service Health Care Centers at various locations in ND, NE, and SD. The selection of the A&E Firm will be based on the following criteria: Experience and technical competence of firms key personnel in applicable aspects of facility condition assessments of health care facilities; past performance; professional qualifications, i.e., life safety, environmental issues, design compliance, energy management, accessibility, life cycle costing, equipment assessment; capabilty to respond ans accomplish work in required timeframes; location, proximty to and knowledge of Aberdeen Area IHS. Those firms that meet the requirements described within this announcement and wish to be considered are required to submit their SF-330's responses to this synopsis must be received in this office no later than 3:00pm (CST) June received in this office no later than 3:00pm, July 10, 2008 to be considered for selection. Responses should be addressed to the Contracting Officer, Aberdeen Area Indian Health Services, Room 309, Federal Building, 115 4th Avenue, SE, Aberdeen, South Dakota.

C -- Indefinite Quantity Architect-Services for Postal Projects in the Milwaukee, WI/Madison, WI and/or the Green Bay, WI/Wausau, WI/Appleton, WI geographic areas

United States Postal Service, Facilities Purchasing | Published January 29, 2004  -  Deadline February 27, 2004
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The USPS Great Lakes Facilities Service Office (GL-FSO) is soliciting contracts for Architect-Engineer Services for Repair and Alteration projects, Site Adaptation of Standard CAD designs, preparation of plans and specifications, including general A/E project investigation, design, and observation on postal owned and/or leased facilities of various sizes, locations and functions. The U.S. Postal Service reserves the right to award more than one contract in one or both of the Milwaukee/Madison and/or the Green Bay/Wausau/Appleton geographic areas. This contract will be primarily for tasks within the State of Wisconsin and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, however at the sole discretion of the USPS, it may be selectively utilized for work within the geographic area of responsibility of the USPS GL-FSO (IL, IN, MI, WI, & Eastern MO). The contract will have a minimum aggregate work order value of $5,000 and will be for two (2) years, with individual work orders being issued. The contract may be renewed for three (3) one-year periods providing the total contract amount does not exceed $5,000,000. Work orders for any one project cannot exceed $250,000. Each work order will be negotiated as an individual project. Groups of projects may be assigned at one time. Any resulting contract may be bilaterally modified to meet changing Postal regulations. The USPS Standard Building Designs include Small Standard Building Designs (SSBD) from 1,000 SF to 8,000 SF; Medium Standard Building Designs (MSBD) from 8,000 SF to 50,000 SF, Retail Store Designs, and modular site adaptation. The scope of work may also include site adaptation of custom designed facilities and other Postal Standard Plans. The general A/E scope of work will consist of investigation, design, preparation of proposal documents, construction budget and cost estimating, project and contract administrative duties, and observation of project construction for noted project types. Submitting firms must have a minimum of Auto CAD LT 2002 capability. Firms must possess a working knowledge and experience with the Architectural Barriers Compliance program (Postal Service Handbook RE-4, Standards of Facility Accessibility by the Physically Handicapped), and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Significant evaluation factors include: 1. capacity of firm to accomplish multiple projects, 2. past postal experience in projects of similar scopes and magnitudes, 3. proficiency in the use of Auto CAD, 4. professional qualifications of staff to be assigned to projects, 5. cost control effectiveness, 6. construction observation and administrative experience, and 7. workload. Firms that have the qualifications to perform the services described previously are invited to submit a completed SF 255, Architect-Engineer and Related Services Questionnaire for Specific Project, a completed SF 254, Architect-Engineer and Related Services Questionnaire, and a completed SF 254 for each of its proposed consultants. The selection will be conducted by using the submitted SF 255 and the SF 254s. Interested firms with more than one office must indicate on their SF 255 the staffing composition of the office in which the work will be performed. Consideration will be given to firms responding to this advertisement in the following order of preference: 1. within the Milwaukee/Madison geographic metropolitan areas (described as within the counties of Dane, Jefferson, Washington, Waukesha, Milwaukee, Racine or Kenosha), and/or within the Appleton/Green Bay/Wausau geographic metropolitan areas (described as within the counties of Marathon, Shawano, Outagamie or Brown), 2. within the State of Wisconsin, and 3. out of state. Architectural and Engineering firms will be considered as local only if their sole office is in the local geographical area or they have a local branch office and all the architectural design, coordination, and management for the contract will be performed in that office. There is no restriction on the geographical location of consultants. Minority-owned and Women-owned Business participation is encouraged. The contract contains a requirement for firms to provide evidence of current insurance of $200,000 of errors and omissions per claim. It is prohibited to pay any fee, commission, percentage, or brokerage fee to any person or firm contingent upon or resulting from award of a contract for this project. No other general notification for this project will be made. Submissions will not be retained or returned. This office does not supply SF 254 or SF 255 forms. You are encouraged to submit your proposal by one of the methods offered by the US Postal Service: First Class, Priority or Express Mail. Submit three (3) original copies that must be received no later than by 12 noon CST, Friday, February 27, 2004, to the attention of Teri L. Wilcox, Facilities Contract Specialist, U.S.P.S., Great Lakes FSO, 62 Stratford Drive, Bloomingdale, IL 60117-7000, (630) 295-6274, FAX: (630) 295-6262, email: teri.wilcox@usps.gov. Email submittals will not be accepted. This is not a request for proposal.

C--Architectural Services for Fort Lee, VA DPW

Department of the Army, Army Contracting Command, MICC | Published October 1, 2013
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The scope of work under this acquisition will include, but not be limited to: Architect Services and engineering design coordination for the preparation of designs, plans, specifications and cost estimates for various projects, designs and/or feasibility studies for new structures, various repairs, alterations and/or improvements to barracks, administrative facilities, warehouses, training buildings and other existing facilities. Work may also include preparation of building condition reports, rehabilitation of historic buildings and structures, project management and inspection services for construction projects, and Computer Aided Design and Drafting (CADD) services, including the scanning or digitization of existing construction drawings.

C--ARCHITECTURAL SERVICES at Fort Lee, VA DPW

Department of the Army, Army Contracting Command, MICC | Published September 30, 2013
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The scope of work under this acquisition will include, but not be limited to: Architect Services and engineering design coordination for the preparation of designs, plans, specifications and cost estimates for various projects, designs and/or feasibility studies for new structures, various repairs, alterations and/or improvements to barracks, administrative facilities, warehouses, training buildings and other existing facilities. Work may also include preparation of building condition reports, rehabilitation of historic buildings and structures, project management and inspection services for construction projects, and Computer Aided Design and Drafting (CADD) services, including the scanning or digitization of existing construction drawings.

C--ARRA BLACK ROCK NCA ADMIN FACILITY DES.

Department of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management | Published August 25, 2009  -  Deadline September 2, 2009
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RECOVERY - THIS NOTICE IS PROVIDED FOR INFORMATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY. THIS OPPORTUNITY IS AVAILABLE ONLY TO THE CONTRACTOR UNDER THE BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT (BLM), NATIONAL OPERATIONS CENTER (NOC), DENVER, CO., MULTI-DISCIPLINARY ARCHITECT SERVICES IDIQ CONTRACT. This is not a solicitation. The BLM, NOC, DENVER, CO. has an American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA) approved project for Architectural & Engineering (A/E) DESIGN SERVICES FOR BLACK ROCK NCA, ADMINISTRATIVE FACILITY IN NEVADA. It is the intent of the Government to award a task order on the existing IDIQ contract for design services in support of the approved Design Service Project. This five year contract was awarded using the competitive process in Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR) 36.6 for Architect-Engineer Services. The awarded contract L09PC00080 was to Carpenter Sellers Associates, a Professional Corporation. The Task order will be firm fixed price. PROJECT INFORMATION: Work under this contract consists of providing A&E design services for Black Rock National Conservation Area (NCA), administrative facility in Washoe County, Gerlach, Nevada.

Spatial Data Management Services

General Services Administration, Public Buildings Service (PBS) | Published August 4, 2008  -  Deadline September 17, 2008
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This solicitation is a performance-based procurement utilizing commercial item acquisition procedures for the purpose of providing Spatial Data Management (SDM) services for the New England Region building inventory. SDM Initial Measurement and Validation (IMV) services will be provided for the following locations: Norris Cotton Federal Building in Manchester, NH; Robert Giaimo Federal Building in New Haven, CT; William Cotter Federal Building in Hartford, CT; Hastings Keith Federal Building in New Bedford, MA; US Custom House in New Bedford, MA; IRS Center in Andover, MA; US Post Office & Federal Building in St. Albans, VT; and the US Post Office & Federal Building in Montpelier, VT. SDM Maintenance services will be provided for the entire New England Region SDM inventory. This procurement is 100% Small Business Set-Aside. These services are comprised of the following three NAICS codes: 541310 Architect Services, 541410 Interior Design, and 541513 Computer Facilities Management Services. This procurement will be a firm-fixed price contract. Issue date will be on or about 08/19/2008. Proposal due date will be on or about 09/17/2008. This procurement is 100% Set-Aside for Small Business qualified companies that are knowledgeable of performing work under NAICS codes 541310, 541410, and 541513. The solicitation will be available to download via this website only (www.fedbizopps.gov). It is the offeror�s responsibility to monitor this website for the release of the RFP and any associated documents (i.e. amendments, notices). The offeror is responsible for downloading their own copy of the RFP and associated documents. Register on this website to receive notification of all documents uploaded. No questions on the procurement will be entertained until the RFP is published. Contracting Office Address: 10 Causeway Street Boston, Massachusetts 02222-1077 Place of Performance: Norris Cotton Federal Building in Manchester, NH; Robert Giaimo Federal Building in New Haven, CT; William Cotter Federal Building in Hartford, CT; Hastings Keith Federal Building in New Bedford, MA; US Custom House in New Bedford, MA; IRS Center in Andover, MA; US Post Office & Federal Building in St. Albans, VT; and the US Post Office & Federal Building in Montpelier, VT. Primary Point of Contact: Phyllis Kelley, Contracting Officer Phyllis.Kelley@gsa.gov Phone: (617) 565-5815