C--Multi-Discipline Design and Construction Phase Services as it Relates to Design, Brooks Act Procured, in support of Military and Civil Work Projects within the Southwest Region (primarily for the Ft. Worth District).
Department of the Army, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers | Published May 28, 2010 - Deadline June 28, 2010
1. CONTRACT INFORMATION: a. General: This requirement is being advertised as an UNRESTRICTED Single Award Task Order Contract, SATOC, for various Architect Engineer (AE) services, construction phase services (CPS) as it relates to the design, professional services, and design services required under this indefinite-delivery indefinite-quantity contract. The SATOC is to support various Military and some Civil Works Construction Projects which are generally within, but not limited to the Southwest Region. It will allow the flexibility to share capacity with other Corps Districts, outside South Western Division (SWD) boundaries, but primarily for the Fort Worth District, at Fort Bliss, TX, and White Sands Missile Range, NM, in accordance with PL 582, Brooks AE Act, and implemented in FAR Part 36.6. The Southwest Region refers to the geographic area encompassing the States of AR, AZ, CA, LA, NM, NV, OK, and TX. A firm will be selected for negotiation based on demonstrated competence and qualifications for the required work. North American Industrial Classification System Code applicable to this project is 541330, Engineering Services, which has a size standard of $4,500,000, $4.5M, in average annual receipts and corresponds to SIC Code 8711. This announcement is OPEN TO ALL BUSINESSES regardless of size. The initial contract is anticipated to be awarded on or about October 2010. A single IDIQ contract may be awarded from this announcement, for a total cumulative estimated value of $95,000,000, $95M, with a minimum guarantee amount of $10,000, for a three year base period and two one year option periods for a total term of five years. The Government anticipates awarding task orders between $3K to $2,000,000. Some task orders may be above the estimated upper limit of the range. There is no guaranteed amount for the two one year option periods. The intent of this requirement is to award one contract for design and construction phase services as it relates to design and other projects under the $95M contract primarily for the Fort Bliss Expansion Program at Fort Bliss, TX, and for the program at White Sands Missile Range, NM. Only Architect or Engineering firms may compete for this contract per FAR 36.6. Price will not be used as a criterion for selection. Notice Organizational Conflict of Interest. The work to be performed may create an actual or potential organizational conflict of interest on future acquisitions. Offerors should refer to FAR subpart 9.5 ORGANIZATIONAL AND CONSULTANT CONFLICTS OF INTEREST. An organizational conflict of interest can arise when a contractor possesses an economic incentive that renders it unable, or potentially unable, to provide impartial assistance or advice; or an unfair competitive advantage in obtaining a contract as the result of access to nonpublic information about a competitor or procurement. When an organizational conflict of interest arises it can have serious implications for the contractor that can range from disclosure obligations to disqualification from an award. Accordingly, some restrictions on the future activities of the contractor and its subcontractors may be required. And, these restrictions may include prohibiting the contractor or its subcontractors from participating in a contract or a task order. The contractor or their subs may not be part of the Design Builders Engineers and Architects of record on future contracts. A contractor which participates in preparing design drawings or documents for future construction contracts may be prohibited from providing CPS for that contract. However, in future procurements, the contractor or its subcontractors may request a determination of its ability to participate in a particular procurement from the Contracting Officer. In the event this contract is used to develop design build supporting documents for use in a design build acquisition (FAR 36.302), the prime AE and sub consultants shall be prohibited from teaming with design build firms to compete in final design build construction solicitation in accordance with FAR 9.505-2. Proposals submitted for procurements or services for which the contractor or its subcontractor is later determined to have an organizational conflict of interest shall be submitted at the risk of the contractor or its subcontractors. b. Nature of Work: The services necessary for each requirement will be negotiated and awarded as individual task orders. The Architect Engineer (AE) shall furnish all personnel, services, materials, supplies, office space, and supervision required to fully complete each task order. The AE firm(s) will act as an independent contractor and not as an agent of the U.S. Government and shall in accordance with the terms and conditions of the contract furnish all labor and supervisory management required for the performance of the work that will be described in separately issued task order scopes of work. Task Orders issued against the contract awarded under this announcement may be used by other Corps of Engineers offices and other Department of Defense agencies. c. Contract Award Procedure: The proposed services will be obtained by a Negotiated Firm Fixed Price Contract. Task Orders issued against the contract awarded under this announcement may be used by other Corps of Engineers offices. To be eligible for contract award, a firm must be registered in the Central Contractor Registration (CCR). Register via the CCR Internet site at http://www.ccr.gov. If a large business firm is selected for this announcement, it must comply with the FAR 52.219-9 clause regarding the requirement for a subcontracting plan on that part of the work it intends to subcontract. The subcontracting goals for the Fort Worth District which will be considered in the negotiation of this acquisition are: (1) at least 70.0% of a contractors intended subcontract amount be placed with small businesses (SB); (2) at least 6.2% of a contractors intended subcontract amount be placed with Small Disadvantaged Businesses (SDB); (3) at least 7.0% of a contractors intended subcontract amount be placed with Women-Owned SB (WOSB); (4) at least 2.0% of a contractors intended subcontract amount be placed with Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned SB; (5) at least 9.8% of a contractors intended subcontract amount be placed with HUBZone SB, and at least 3.5% of a contractors intended subcontract amount be placed with Veteran-Owned SB. Additional Subcontracting Goal Considerations: Although the Department of the Army has not assigned goals in the subcontracting category of HBCU/MI, note that both the ISR and SSR Forms for subcontract reporting require other than small prime contractors to include HBCU/MI. Therefore, the following guidance is provided: In support of the HBCU/MI Program, contracts awarded that provide for HBCU/MI subcontracting opportunities should include a HBCU/MI subcontracting goal consistent with the anticipated subcontracting opportunities associated with work HBCU/MIs perform. The plan is not required as part of this submittal, but will be required with the fee proposal of the firm selected for negotiations. Before a small disadvantaged business is proposed as a potential subcontractor, they must be certified by the Small Business Administration and registered in the Central Contractor Registration (CCR) database. Failure of a proposed small disadvantaged business to be certified by the Small Business Administration at the time the SF 330 is submitted will result in their elimination as a proposed subcontractor. The Service Contract Act will apply to this acquisition. Professional Labor Rates will only be increased once every 12 months and any task order issued at any time within the 12-month period must use the rates of the period in which the task order is executed by the Contracting Officer. New rates go into effect only at the end of the 12 month period. The proposed services will be obtained by a Negotiated Firm Fixed Price contract. d. Program Intent: The AE firm(s) will act as an independent contractor and not as an agent of the U.S. Government and shall in accordance with the terms and conditions of the contract furnish all labor and supervisory management required for the performance of the work that will be described in separately issued task order scopes of work. Design and construction phase services as it relates to design are required to support construction activities and may include tasks supporting projects not yet in construction. The design work under the Military Construction program will be accomplished using the Land Development Engineering model developed for this size program on infrastructure and the Center for Standardization (COS) designs for the primary facilities. To accomplish the site and infrastructure work, the service of a firm experienced in site design and Land Development Engineering (LDE) is desired. The use of the terms AE firm and LDE will be synonymous throughout this announcement. The LDE will become integrated in the government Program Delivery Team. Task Orders issued under this contract will encompass all aspects of site development, site design, and the site integration. The LDE will also provide man power to assist the Government with project management and construction management services. The LDE must be able to provide design support and consultant services in various combinations of architectural, structural, civil, mechanical and electrical disciplines. The AE may be required to perform all or part of the following construction management, Request for Proposal preparation, design-bid-build efforts, and infrastructure design and development services. The specific nature of the work to be performed will be as contained within the individual task order scopes of work (SOW). If construction management services are required for new construction, renovation, repair, and maintenance of government facilities and infrastructure construction, construction management services (as it relates to design) include, but are not limited to, quality assurance during construction, program management of construction team, technical services, assessing technical requirements, design during construction, ensure quality standards are met, allocate resources and direct LDE team effort, Develop LDE specific procedures and training programs, assist in development operation and implementation to meet objectives, review material submittals, review of LEED documentation during design and construction, provide training for LEED during construction, review of as-built drawings, manuals, operating instructions, and other such materials required by the construction contract; constructability reviews of design drawings and specifications. Additional Program Information: The Corps of Engineers Centers of Standardization (COS) will be used for the construction of barracks, dining facilities, company operation facilities, headquarters buildings, vehicle maintenance shops, unit and ammunition storage facilities, aviation facilities, and equipment parking areas and other features of the program. Under the COS process, Districts within the Corps of Engineers are assigned certain types of facilities and are responsible for awarding Design Build IDC contracts for their assigned type of facility. When there is a requirement for a particular facility the LDE team may be asked to assist in the development of the Request for Proposal and any other work in support of the award of a construction task order to acquire the required facilities. The COS may assist with the administration of the task order to include design reviews, submittals modifications, and maintain responsibility for keeping up with the current standards and criteria for their facility types. The LDE will integrate and coordinate all infrastructure and site development facilities for each site. The LDE may also be tasked to coordinate and work with the COS standard model RFP. e. Place of Performance: The majority of the AE staff directly supporting the USACE Program Director, the Project Managers, and the associated construction office team through project integration and construction management services shall be located in the general proximity where the construction is being accomplished. In some cases, the on-site LDE staff will be housed in government furnished office space. The physical location of the design team and those team members not directly supporting the onsite work can be located per the A Es preference. The LDE will be responsible for the costs and will be required to provide their own office accommodations for the on-site LDE staff (or where the work is being accomplished). 2. PROJECT INFORMATION: As projects are received for execution, task orders will be awarded under this contract for the desired AE services. Anticipated projects are primarily site design, site development, site or project integration, and program/project management for the Military Construction Program executed within Southwest Region Boundaries (primarily for the Fort Worth District). It is anticipated that a large portion of this work will be for projects at Fort Bliss, TX. Site or project integration refers to the coordination of utilities and land use, design and construction and scheduling of all infrastructure and temporary and permanent facilities within the program footprint. All work must be done by or under the direct supervision of licensed Professional Engineers or Architects. Architectural Engineering (AE) firms are required to perform presentations, studies, investigations, surveys, site planning, project controls, scheduling, technical reviews, site development, site design, site integration, construction management, and development of construction documents in support of the Military Construction Program. Typical work may include, but is not limited to: a) the preparation of plans, specifications, and design analysis; b) development of cost estimating, cost management, quality control and quality assurance plans; c) construction management (as it relates to design), oversight and quality assurance; d) overall Project Management; e) completion of technical reviews, economic analysis, planning, and environmental studies and reports; f) development of planning and programming documentation; g) Environmental studies, surveys and abatement design services; h) sustainable design solutions to comply with LEED. Projects may comprise of the design of various site improvements, preparation of drawings for the demolition and alterations of existing facilities, design of roadways, bridges, and streets, paving, pedestrian circulation walkways and trails, tank trails, military airfield pavements, and infrastructure (water, sewer, underground power, gas, sanitary sewer, offsite water supply, water distribution lines, irrigation, electrical substations, exterior lighting with distribution, communication and information systems, and aircraft fuel distribution and storage systems). Coordination of utilities with vertical building construction projects associated with military installations includes but is not limited to barracks, Brigade and Battalion headquarters, dining facilities, company operations facilities, vehicle maintenance shops, access control points, deployment operations storage, aviation maintenance facilities, arms rooms, oil storage buildings, hazardous material storage, dispatch facilities, wash platforms, covered storage sheds, airfield aprons and runways, aviation unit operations buildings, aircraft maintenance hangar, above ground fuel storage, avionics maintenance facilities and other buildings as required. Design or coordination with other government organizations may include but is not limited to medical facilities, fire stations, and facilities for the Army and Air Force Exchange Services (AAFES) and the Army Morale Welfare and Recreational (MWR) Activity. Design and site planning may include but not limited to landscaping, architectural renderings, electronic communications, environmental or EPA regulatory considerations including storm water pollution prevention plans and Section 404 Permit considerations. Design efforts include streets and roadways, traffic and street lighting, airfield aprons, paving, tank trails, grading and drainage, water storage tower, chlorination systems, parking lot and associated lighting, utilities and pedestrian circulation trails. Services will include work related to the site plan, area development guide, phasing plans, infrastructure engineering, creations and maintenance of the Geographic Information System (GIS) database, completion of topographic and or boundary surveys, completion of subsurface geotechnical investigations, testing; creation and maintenance of a secured webpage, a 4D integration model with timeline, as built surveys of existing and new improvements, storm drainage improvements and retention pond design, erosion control and storm water improvements, lot and or block horizontal control plans with phasing, mobilization plans, and laydown areas, composite improvement plans, and outlook and economic analysis of local and regional construction market conditions as related to cost and availability of labor, materials and equipment. Design solutions shall meet customer requirements, program and project requirements, sustainable LEED rating, construction specifications, technical analysis of the submittals on proposals. The AE, as the Land Development Engineer (LDE), may be required to provide professional services at the construction program office in support of the Corps of Engineers staff. The AE shall participate in design and construction activities which may include value engineering services, contractor submittal reviews, quality assurance, numerous meetings, workshops, and planning, programming, or design charrettes. The AE may compose and lead Command, project and public briefings, presentations, and meetings. Project deliverables may include engineering studies and reports, topographic surveys, environmental surveys and investigations, soil borings, samples for testing, boring logs, CADD produced plans, specifications prepared utilizing Specsintact (government furnished software), construction cost estimates prepared utilizing MCACES or MII (government furnished software), design analysis reports, presentations, schedules prepared utilizing the Construction Contractor module of RMS (QCS) format compatible with the scheduling required in the COS RFPs, phasing plan and 4D integration models, a maintained GIS database, and a functional webpage. All deliverables are required in hard copy and electronic files on electronic media. Coordination shall include but not limited to coordinating NEPA requirements, and other environmental studies, investigations, surveys including wetlands, water of the U.S., topographic and or boundary surveys. Coordination will be maintained with local, state, and Federal agencies and with the utility providers, including utility tie in points, easements and rights of way. Coordination will also be maintained with the installation, the Corps of Engineers, utility providers, the Program Office, area offices, Project Managers, design-build contractors, and other design-bid-build contractors on site. LDE project and program managers may be, frequently, requested to provide information, graphics, PowerPoint, or technical analysis on program matters during project execution to meet program data calls. These requests may be required to be prepared in an expeditious and timely manner. 3. SELECTION CRITERIA: The firms rated most highly qualified will attend an in-person interview at the USACE Fort Worth District office. The interview will take place approximately seven (7) days after the Selection Board completes their evaluation. The primary presenter must be the proposed Program Manager although a maximum of three other critical and significant members of their team may assist. At this interview, the firms will be required to present information on: 1) The composition of the project team (i.e., present information on the qualifications of all firms on the team) and the respective roles and responsibilities of firms comprising the project team; 2) How the team will be effective, integrated, and managed by the prime contractor; 3) The goals, vision, overall approach that would benefit the execution of the program ; 4) The proposed significant contributions and qualifications of the key personnel identified in the submission; 5) The roles and responsibilities of each of the key personnel based on the requirements and tasks stated within the synopsis; 6) Related and relevant program and project experience of comparable size; and 7) Familiarity with the requirements of local, state and Federal governing agencies in the geographic area. Additional questions or items for discussion may be requested a minimum of a week prior to the presentation. Selection criteria for this acquisition are listed below in descending order of importance (first by major criterion and then by each sub-criterion). Criteria: (a) through (f) are primary criteria; items (g) through (i) are secondary and are used as tie-breakers among technically equal firms. (a) SPECIALIZED EXPERIENCE AND TECHNICAL COMPETENCE: (Ensure that all special experience requirements are reflected on appropriate personnel resumes at Section E, Part I, SF 330 and all SF 330 submittals are numbered to correspond to the numbering shown in this synopsis, e.g., type in the requirement and then type in your response): (1) Firms must demonstrate recent experience (within the past 5 years) and significant experience in the design of large Land Development Engineering and Infrastructure Design projects including multi-use facilities and multiple concurrent design contracts with emphasis on large urban design and land development, architectural themes, guidelines, and architectural integration, major and complex utility systems, infrastructure, drainage, grading, design, service/command unique requirements, value engineering, sustainable design requirements related to site, and environmental issues. (2) Firms must demonstrate specialized experience in Construction Management including complex project scheduling and infrastructure and facility integration with multiple project sites, trouble shooting, technical analysis, design and construction phasing of infrastructure and impacts on multiple facility footprint, construction oversight and coordination. (3) Firms must demonstrate experience in information, document, and communication management, control, and the utilization of current software for data collection, data management, data analysis, data presentation and decision making (i.e. GIS webpage, electronic databases, project management software, change control systems, filing systems, and systems that allow access to technical documentation). (4) Firms must demonstrate experience and technical competence with respect to cost control, project controls (to direct and manage development and implementation of key project control requirements such as master scheduling, field scheduling support, and document control management), quality assurance and compliance with the performance schedule for complex and large multi phase, multi-million dollar program. (5) Firms must demonstrate site design, and construction integration between infrastructure and facilities experience in planned communities for 2000 acres or larger. (6) Firms must demonstrate corporate and individual experience in leadership and management of Sustainable Design between various parties to attain LEED compliance and provide sample projects or programs that have been LEED certified. Firms must also demonstrate success in prescribing the use of recovered materials, achieving waste reduction, pollution prevention, energy efficiency and conservation in facility design. Coordinate efforts between multiple stakeholders to achieve LEED compliance in a complex program footprint. (7) Firms must demonstrate experience in coordinating with multiple teams; manage multiple task orders, customers, agencies, and contractors. (8) Firms must demonstrate experience in programming and master planning including urban and regional planning and New Urbanism. (9) Firms must demonstrate the ability to prepare specifications using the Government the Government furnished program, Specsintact, and Construction cost estimates by using Government furnished programs, MCACES or MII. Design Team members must demonstrate prior experience in the use of MCACES. (10) Firms must demonstrate the ability to submit drawings in AutoCAD and MicroStation utilizing current versions (11) Firms must demonstrate experience in 4D visualization capabilities for use in presentations and as master planning and design tools. Demonstrate a maximum of ten examples within the past 5 years. (b) PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATION AND CAPABILITIES: The Design Team will require, (either in house or through consultant) as a minimum, the following: One Program Manager, two Project Managers, one Project Controls Manager, one Scheduling Manager, one Safety Officer, one Physical Planner, One Registered Architect, two Registered Landscape Architects, two Registered Electrical Engineers, one Registered Mechanical Engineer, three Registered Civil Engineers, one Registered Structural Engineer, Technical Writer with a professional degree in Engineering or Architecture, two LEED certified professionals familiar with compliance of sustainability requirements during design and construction, two certified environmental survey personnel (asbestos, lead based paint, soil, etc.), two environmental design personnel (asbestos, lead based paint, soil, etc.), one Value Engineer, two experienced MCACES or MII Cost Estimators, one Registered Communications Distribution Designer, one Registered Surveyor and survey crew, a GIS Specialist, CADD expert, a geologist or soils engineer and geotechnical drill rig and crew to collect soil borings and samples, and a Corps certified testing lab (Geotech and Environmental-asbestos, lead based paint, soil, etc.). NONE of the required personnel can be dual disciplined, i.e. a separate employee must be on the Design Team for each stated requirement above to meet the personnel required. The number of personnel are all estimated, more or less may be needed at any time depending of program needs and/ or requirements. Ensure that resumes are provided for each of the required Architects, Engineers, and other personnel specifically listed. Resumes for the survey crew and drill crew are not required. Current Corps testing lab certification shall be submitted with the SF 330. Repeat Resume Page as needed to provide all required resumes. Key staff submitted shall not be changed after award without the prior written approval of the Contracting Officer. In the event the selected firm decides to utilize personnel in the performance of this contract for which resumes were not submitted prior to award, the firm shall prior to the utilization of these personnel, submit their resumes to the Contracting Officer for approval. The qualifications of the submitted personnel must be equal to or better than those whose resumes were submitted. All key personnel shall be shown on the organizational chart in Section D of SF 330. Resumes shall be provided for the key personnel in Section E of SF 330. Resumes will address qualifications of key management personnel. Special note: This solicitation requires the resumes for the teams personnel involved in the recruiting, hiring, management, and training of the professional personnel that will be provided. Resumes are not being requested for the professional personnel being hired for this contract. (c) PAST PERFORMANCE: Firms must demonstrate past performance with respect to cost control, quality of work, and compliance with performance schedules. Indication of favorable performance ratings, awards, and repeat clientele in Section H of SF 330 is recommended. Past performance will be based on ACASS ratings and other data presented by the offeror or as determined by the Government. The evaluation of this factor will be based on the past performance information from the previous five years. (d) CAPACITY: Firms must demonstrate adequate team capacity to coordinate, design and manage multiple task orders concurrently meeting all program milestones. Firms must demonstrate adequate team capacity to perform five $2,000,000 task orders concurrently, and the ability to meet unforeseen schedule changes. (e) Firms must demonstrate experience in evaluating contractors submittals and performing construction surveillance. (f) KNOWLEDGE OF LOCALITY: Firms must demonstrate familiarity with the Southwestern Region and their applicable architecture, building codes, environmental regulations, soil conditions, seismic requirements, regulatory agencies, and labor markets in the SWD areas, primarily Ft. Bliss, Texas. The following, items (g) through (i) are secondary criteria: (g) Volume of Department of Defense (DoD) contract awards and dollars over the past 12 months. In Section H, Part I, SF 330, firms must show their last 12 months DoD contract awards stated in dollars. (h) Geographic proximity of the project. Proximity of the team to the core project region defined as Texas/New Mexico. (i) SUBCONTRACTING: Firms must show the extent of participating of SB, SDB, WOSB, Service Disabled VOSB, VOSB and HUBZone SB in the proposed contract team, measured as a percentage of the estimated effort. The greater the participation, the greater the consideration will be for this factor. 4. SUBMITTAL REQUIREMENT: Submittals shall be sent to: US Army Corps of Engineers, Attn: Sharon B. Roberson, Room 2A19, 819 Taylor Street, Fort Worth, Texas 76102-0300 (P.O. Box 17300). (a) Interested firms having the capabilities to perform this work must submit one hard copy and one electronic copy (word or PDF) on a CD of SF 330 (6/2004 Edition) by the response date. Complete the SF 330, including Parts I and II, in accordance with the SF 330 instructions and additional instructions herein. Use no smaller than 10 point, Arial font. All pages MUST BE ON PAPER 8 x 11 INCHES. Front and back side use of a single page will count as 2 pages. Pages in excess of the maximums listed will not be used in evaluation of the selection criteria. Foldouts are not allowed and shall not be considered. Additional Instructions: SF 330, Part I, Section C, identify the discipline/service to be supplied by the Prime, Prime Branch offices as applicable and each consultant. Section E, provide brief resumes of the sub-consultant employees you intend to use to perform the work. Section F, a maximum of 10 projects for the total proposed team shall be provided. Use no more than one page per project. Specify the percentage and type of work each firm actually performed on each listed project. No more than one page per project will be considered. Section G, Block 26, include the firm and office location the person is associated with. The names of all individuals included in the resumes in Section E shall be listed in Block G-26 along with their firm location and their roles; even if example project experience in Block G-28 is not applicable. Also include Team Project Organization Chart in Part I, Section D indicating how each firm on the proposed team (prime, applicable prime branch offices and each subcontractor as identified in Part I, Section C) integrates into the composite team. Section H; provide a narrative to address each of the requirements, including subparagraphs, of items listed in Section 3, Selection Criteria, of this synopsis. Number your proposal paragraphs to correspond to the paragraphs in this synopsis. Type in the requirement listed in the synopsis then addresses the requirement. When addressing team capabilities; clarify planned capability, existing capability, and prior experiences, if any. Include any other relevant information including a short discussion of why the firm is especially qualified based upon the specific selection criteria listed in Section 3 herein. Under paragraph 3(g) above, provide an itemized summary of DoD awards to include Agency, Contract Number/Task Order No., and Project Title and amount. Note that award of Task Orders to Indefinite Delivery Contracts should be summarized as to the actual work performed on the Task Orders and list the Task Order award amounts by providing the dollar amount range of all Task Orders. Indicate the estimated percentage involvement of each firm on the proposed team. Do not exceed 20 pages for Section H. Pages in excess of the maximums listed will not be used in evaluation of the selection criteria. Foldouts are not allowed and shall not be considered. SF 330, Part II: Responding firms must submit a copy of a current and accurate SF 330, Part II for the specific prime, Joint Venture if applicable, as well as other offices of the prime and subcontractor offices proposed to perform the work even if one is already on file. ALL PART IIs MUST BE SIGNED with original and copy of a hand written signature, (signed within the past 3 years is required), and dated. A firm may be rated as not qualified or ranked low if missing, confusing, conflicting, obsolete or obscure information prevents a board from reasonably determining that a firm demonstrates certain required qualifications. Indicate in Block 5b of each Part II if the firm is a Large Business, Small Business, HUBZone, Service Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business, Veteran-Owned Small Business or Woman-Owned Small Business. To be classified as a small business, a firms average annual receipts or sales for the preceding three fiscal years must not exceed $4.5 million. It must contain information in sufficient detail to identify the team (prime, other offices of the prime firm and consultants and, each office) involved in performing the work under this announcement of the prime. The prime and consultants must provide a Data Universal Numbering System (DUNS) number which may be requested from Dun and Bradstreet Information System (866-705-5711) or online at Dun & Bradstreets Official Website: www.dnb.com. Each branch office and/or joint venture MUST have their own DUNS number (i.e., not the parent company DUNS number, but a DUNS number specific to the office performing the work) for both the prime and sub-consultants. ALL TIMELY SUBMITTALS RECEIVED WILL BE CONSIDERED. ORIGINAL AND ONE (1) COPY OF THE SF 330, WITH ORIGINAL SIGNATURES, ARE REQUIRED TO BE SUBMITTED TO: US ARMY ENGINEER DISTRICT, PO BOX 17300, 819 TAYLOR STREET, FORT WORTH, TX 76102-0300 BY THE RESPONSE DATE TO BE CONSIDERED. POC for questions is email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Plans and specifications will not be available in paper format or on compact disc. Contractors may view and/or download this solicitation and all amendments at the following internet address: www.fbo.gov. It is the offerors responsibility to monitor the FBO web site (using the above link) for amendments to the solicitation. Use of this website requires prior registration in the Central Contractor Registration (CCR) and the Federal Business Opportunities (FBO) databases. You may register with the CCR at http://www.ccr.gov/. Once youve completed the CCR registration, you may register in FBO at www.fbo.gov. You must be registered with the CCR to receive a government contract award. Points of Contact: Contracting Ms. Sharon Roberson (817) 886-1053), Technical Mrs. Prabha Sharma (817) 338-8664. E-mail your questions to US Army Engineer District, Fort Worth, TX, to: email@example.com. This is not a request for proposal. ALL TIMELY SUBMITTALS RECEIVED WILL BE CONSIDERED. PLACE OF PERFORMANCE: Southwest Region (primarily for Fort Worth District, Fort Bliss, TX, and White Sands Missile Range, NM) (Southwest Region refers to States of: AR, AZ, CA, LA, NM, NV, OK, and TX).