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Capability and Requirement Management Support(CARMS) and Information Management Business Architecture Support(IM BAS) 3 months bridge Extension

Other Defense Agencies, Defense Health Agency | Published May 31, 2016
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This bridge award provides for Requirements Management Support and Business Architecture support for the IM Office to include support for: requirements development and management processes; Military Health System (MHS) IM/IT investment and sustainment portfolio capabilities activities; functional requirements submissions; development and management of MHS IM/IT functional requirements; Joint Capabilities Integration and Development System (JCIDS) process and documentation; Post Implementation Reviews; and requirements reviews during IT lifecycle acquisition phases. In addition, support will include Architecture and Standards Development and Management Support for the Information Management (IM) Office to include support for: architecture strategies & guidelines; operational and data architecture products; architectural and standards analysis; architectural & standards committees and workgroups; Federal and External partner architectural analysis and alignment; health information standards; data management; and modeling and simulation. The listed support will also be provided to various efforts under the Functional Champion (FC) Office. See attached J&A for more information

Multi-Bus Architecture System

Department of Homeland Security, United States Coast Guard (USCG) | Published August 24, 2016  -  Deadline August 29, 2016
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This is a combined synopsis/solicitation for commercial items prepared in accordance with the format in Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) Subpart 12.6 and Part 13, as supplemented with additional information included in this notice. This announcement constitutes the only solicitation; quotations are being requested and a written solicitation will not be issued. Solicitation number HSCG38-16-Q-500038 is issued as a Request for Quotation (RFQ). This solicitation document and incorporated provisions and clauses are those in effect through Federal Acquisition Circular 2005-89, effective 8/15/16. The applicable North American Industry Classification System Code is 334515. The small business size standard is 750 employees. This is an unrestricted requirement. All responsible sources may submit a quotation which shall be considered by the agency. It is anticipated that a firm-fixed price purchase order will be awarded on a sole source basis as a result of this solicitation for the following items: Item Name: 2650 Multi-Bus Architecture SystemQuantity: 1 Package / KitManufacturer Cage Code: 19362Required Delivery: 09/26/16 Only the item requested in this solicitation will be considered for award. All items shall have clear traceability to the Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM), DIT-MCO International LLC (Cage Code 19362). Traceability means a clear, complete, documented, and auditable paper trail which traces each step from an OEM or distributor to its current location. NOTE: NO DRAWINGS, SPECIFICATIONS OR SCHEMATICS ARE AVAILABLE FROM THIS AGENCY. SEE ATTACHMENT 1 - "TERMS AND CONDITIONS - HSCG38-16-Q-500038" FOR APPLICABLE CLAUSES, INSTRUCTIONS AND EVALUTION CRITERIA. Closing date and time for receipt of offers is 8/29/2016 at 12:00 PM Eastern Time. Anticipated award date is on or about 8/31/2016. E-mail quotations are preferred and may be sent to ESD-IOD-Procurement@uscg.mil. Please indicate HSCG38-16-Q-500038 in the subject line. Quotations may also be mailed to the following address: USCG ALC1664 Weeksville RoadESD/IOD Procurement Building 78, HSCG38-16-Q-500038Attn: Geneva JamesElizabeth City, NC 27909 NOTICE FOR FILING AGENCY PROTESTSUnited States Coast Guard Ombudsman Program It is the policy of the United States Coast Guard (USCG) to issue solicitations and make contract awards in a fair and timely manner. The Ombudsman Program for Agency Protests (OPAP) was established to investigate agency protest issues and resolve them without expensive and time-consuming litigation. OPAP is an independent reviewing authority that is empowered to grant a prevailing protester essentially the same relief as the Government Accountability Office (GAO). Interested parties are encouraged to seek resolution of their concerns within the USCG as an Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) forum rather than filing a protest with the GAO or some external forum. Interested parties may seek resolution of their concerns informally or opt to file a formal agency protest. Informal Forum with the Ombudsman. Interested parties who believe a specific USCG procurement is unfair or otherwise defective should first direct their concerns to the applicable Contracting Officer. If the Contracting Officer is unable to satisfy their concerns, interested parties are encouraged to contact the U.S. Coast Guard Ombudsman for Agency Protests. Under this informal process the agency is not required to suspend contract award performance. Use of an informal forum does not suspend any time requirement for filing a protest with the agency or other forum. In order to ensure a timely response, interested parties should provide the following information to the Ombudsman: solicitation/contract number, contracting office, Contracting Officer, and solicitation closing date (if applicable). Formal Agency Protest with the Ombudsman. Prior to submitting a formal agency protest, protesters must first use their best efforts to resolve their concerns with the Contracting Officer through open and frank discussions. If the protester's concerns are unresolved, an Independent Review is available by the Ombudsman. The protester may file a formal agency protest to either the Contracting Officer or as an alternative to that, the Ombudsman under the OPAP program. Contract award or performance will be suspended during the protest period unless contract award or performance is justified, in writing, for reasons of unusual and compelling urgency or is determined in writing to be in the best interest of the Government. The agency's goal is to resolve protests in less than 35 calendar days from the date of filing. Protests shall include the information set forth in FAR 33.103(d) (2). If the protester fails to submit the required information, resolution of the protest may be delayed or the protest may be dismissed. To be timely protests must be filed within the period specified in FAR 33.103(e). Formal protests filed under the OPAP program shall be submitted electronically to OPAP@uscg.mil and the Contracting Officer or by hand delivery to the Contracting Officer. The Ombudsman Hotline telephone number is 202.372.3695.

C--IDIQ contract for multi-discipline architect and engineering services in support of projects at military installations throughout the Naval Facilities Engineering Command, Mid-Atlantic North AOR

Department of the Navy, Naval Facilities Engineering Command | Published May 10, 2016
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North region A and E services, IDIQ contract for multi-discipline architect and engineering services in support of projects at military installations throughout the Naval Facilities Engineering Command, Mid-Atlantic North AOR.

Enterprise Architecture Branch Support Services

Other Defense Agencies, Defense Health Agency | Published December 7, 2015
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See attached J&A.

Governance, Requirements, and Architecture Management Support (GRAMS)

Other Defense Agencies, Defense Health Agency | Published September 17, 2015
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This award provides for Program Management Support for the DHA Requirement Managers for GRAMS, shall be required for, but is not limited to: Requirements development and management processes; Military Health System (MHS) IM/IT investment and sustainment portfolio capabilities activities; Functional requirements submissions and management; Development and management of MHS IM/IT functional requirements; Joint Capabilities Integration and Development System (JCIDS) process and documentation; Post Implementation Reviews; Requirements reviews during IT lifecycle acquisition phases; Business Process strategies and guidelines; Business Process and data management products; Business Process and standards analysis; Business Process Improvement; Federal and External partner architectural analysis and alignment; Health Information Technology (HIT) standards; Health Data management; Modeling and simulation; and Requirements Tools.

C--ARCHITECT-ENGINEER SERVICES FOR VARIOUS ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING PROJECTS AND RELATED SERVICES AT VARIOUS LOCATIONS IN ALL AREAS UNDER COGNIZANCE OF NAVFAC PACIFIC

Department of the Navy, Naval Facilities Engineering Command | Published November 12, 2015
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C--The Northwestern Division of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has a requirement to acquire Architect-Engineer Hazardous, Toxic, and Radioactive Waste Indefinite Delivery Contracts (IDC) for execution of its environmental mission.

Department of the Army, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers | Published August 17, 2015
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An Architect and Engineering (A-E) services Multiple Award Task Order Contract (MATOC) was awarded on August 13, 2015 in support of the Multiple Environmental Government Acquisition (MEGA) program under Solicitation W912DQ-14-R-3001. Seven (7) contracts were awarded that share a total capacity of $90M. The contracts are as follows: W912DQ-15-D-3011 to AECOM Technical Services, Inc. W912DQ-15-D-3012 to ARCADIS U.S., Inc. W912DQ-15-D-3013 to CDM Federal Programs Corporation W912DQ-15-D-3014 to CH2M Hill, Inc. W912DQ-15-D-3015 to Ecology and Environment, Inc. W912DQ-15-D-3016 to HDR O'Brien & Gere, a Joint Venture W912DQ-15-D-3017 to the Louis Berger Group (Domestic), Inc.

C--C--The Northwestern Division of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has a requirement to acquire Architect-Engineer Hazardous, Toxic, and Radioactive Waste Indefinite Delivery Contracts (IDC) for execution of its environmental mission.

Department of the Army, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers | Published August 17, 2015
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An Architect and Engineering (A-E) services Multiple Award Task Order Contract (MATOC) was awarded on August 13, 2015 in support of the Multiple Environmental Government Acquisition (MEGA) program under Solicitation W912DQ-14-R-3001. Seven (7) contracts were awarded that share a total capacity of $90M. The contracts are as follows: W912DQ-15-D-3011 to AECOM Technical Services, Inc. W912DQ-15-D-3012 to ARCADIS U.S., Inc. W912DQ-15-D-3013 to CDM Federal Programs Corporation W912DQ-15-D-3014 to CH2M Hill, Inc. W912DQ-15-D-3015 to Ecology and Environment, Inc. W912DQ-15-D-3016 to HDR O'Brien & Gere, a Joint Venture W912DQ-15-D-3017 to the Louis Berger Group (Domestic), Inc.

Pre-solicitation Synopsis- Governance, Requirements, and Architecture Management Support (GRAMS)

Other Defense Agencies, Defense Health Agency | Published January 23, 2015
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The Defense Health Agency - Requirement Management Office (DHA-RMO) has a requirement to obtain contract support services to assist the DHA and the Military Health System in the following program management support areas: • Requirements development and management processes; • Military Health System (MHS) IM/IT investment and sustainment portfolio capabilities activities; • Functional requirements submissions and management; • Development and management of MHS IM/IT functional requirements; • Joint Capabilities Integration and Development System (JCIDS) process and documentation; • Post Implementation Reviews; • Requirements reviews during IT lifecycle acquisition phases; • Business Process strategies and guidelines; • Business Process and data management products; • Business Process and standards analysis; • Business Process Improvement; • Federal and External partner architectural analysis and alignment; • Health Information Technology (HIT) standards; • Health Data management; • Modeling and simulation; and • Requirements Tools See attachment 1 for more information.

Multiple Award Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity Contracts for Architect and Engineering Services

General Services Administration, Public Buildings Service (PBS) | Published May 15, 2015
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This is in reference to Solicitation No. GS-02P-14-DT-D-0020, originally posted on July 11, 2014.

INDEFINITE DELIVERY/INDEFINITE QUANTITY (IDIQ) MULTI-DISCIPLINE ARCHITECT-ENGINEER SERVICES FOR THE SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION'S MUSEUMS/ORGANIZATIONS/FACILITIES LOCATED IN NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK

Smithsonian Institution, Office of the Chief Financial Officer | Published January 28, 2015  -  Deadline February 25, 2015
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This procurement has been established as a complete Small Business Set Aside and only Small Businesses shall be considered. The Smithsonian Institution seeks interested Small Business Firms (NAICS code 541310, size standard $7 million) to establish award of one or more Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) Multidiscipline Architect-Engineer (A/E) Services Contract(s) that would provide design support for the Institution's Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory Cambridge Massachusetts facilities. This contract will be procured in accordance with the Brooks Architect-Engineer Act as implemented by FAR Subpart 36.6-Architect-Engineer Services. After award of an IDIQ contract, A/E services will be provided on a work order contract basis. It is anticipated that the base IDIQ contract(s) will be for a period of one year with nine one-year options with an unlimited annual IDIQ contract amount. Individual work orders shall not exceed $2.5 million per work order in total for Title I and/or Non-Title I Services. Selected firms must be capable of responding to and working on multiple work orders, concurrently. Work Order Contracts will be awarded based on the firm's current workload and its ability to accomplish the work in the required time, type of services required, previous experience, including customer satisfaction, performance and quality of deliverables under the current IDIQ, and geographic location. Work Order Contracts may be issued up to one year after selection approval; the government reserves the right to determine the quantity of work order contracts awarded. PROJECT INFORMATION - Services to be provided may include and are not limited to the following: preparation of reports, studies and design criteria; site investigations; surveys; programming; conceptual design; facilities assessment; facility and project master planning; presentations for project review by various bodies including Federal, State and local agency reviews; multidisciplinary architectural and engineering development of contract documents comprised of drawings and specifications for architectural, structural, mechanical, electrical, plumbing, fire protection, security systems and hazardous materials abatement for a variety of routine and complex projects; cost estimating for project proposals and detailed construction cost estimating; value engineering; code compliance and accessibility review; commissioning; technical information for design-build requests for proposals. The work may include new construction, major and minor repairs, alterations, building renovations, tenant fit-up and operations, facility improvement projects, interior space planning, and development and implementation of facility master plan projects. Post design and construction phase services may include construction bid and negotiation support, site visits, construction administration, shop drawing and submittal reviews, technical assistance, commissioning/start-up/fit-up design support and preparation of as-built record drawings. Successful Firms/Contractors will be expected to respond to Smithsonian requests for services with expediency, thoroughness and a high level of design quality. Projects may include, but are not limited to astrophysical research (including labs and workshops) and observatory facilities as well as related office, storage and maintenance support facilities. Firms unable to accept hazardous materials abatement projects need not apply. SELECTION CRITERIA - The Smithsonian Institution will interview only the most highly qualified submissions. Firm evaluation and selection will be conducted in accordance with FAR 36.6 and will be based on the following primary criteria, which are listed in descending order of importance: A. Prime contractor and subcontractors' firm qualifications, experience and past performance in the following types of projects: design of a variety of sizes of new and renovations of education and visitor centers, scientific research and astrophysical observatories. Projects submitted must be only from the past 10 years and must demonstrate experience in addressing issues associated with renovation of facilities while maintaining operations, Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) criteria, and developing design build request for proposals. Responding firms are required to clearly identify disciplines to be performed in-house and those to be subcontracted. Firms must submit the names and supporting qualifications of all subcontractors. B. Demonstration of specialized experience and technical competence of the staff with the following: design of a variety of sizes of new and renovations of astrophysical research (including labs and workshops) and observatory facilities as well as related office, storage and maintenance support facilities. Experience submitted must demonstrate experience in addressing issues associated with renovation of facilities while maintaining operations, Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) criteria, and developing design build request for proposals. The firm must have registered and licensed personnel, either in-house or through consultants, in the following key disciplines and areas of expertise: Project manager, architect, civil engineer, electrical engineer, communications and related systems engineer, structural engineer, mechanical engineer, plumbing engineer, fire protection engineer, interior designer, cost estimator, and industrial hygienist. The fire protection engineer shall also have a minimum of five years experience dedicated to fire protection engineering, and have a degree in Fire Protection Engineering from an accredited university. The evaluation of these disciplines will consider education, training, overall and relevant experience and longevity with the firm. C. Capacity of the project team to accomplish the work within specified time constraints based on submittal of firms' current and projected workloads. Firms should demonstrate experience with task order contracts and handling multiple, task orders simultaneously. The availability of an adequate number of personnel in the key disciplines shall be presented to insure that the firm can meet the potential of working on multiple task orders for multiple customers in the required timeframes. D. Firm competence as demonstrated by past performance on contracts in terms of work management, responsiveness, quality of work, cost control and compliance with performance schedules. A proposed Work Management and Design Quality Management Plan shall be submitted with your SF 330 and shall include an organization chart and briefly address management approach, team organization, professional registration, coordination of in-house disciplines and consultants, and prior experience of the prime firm and any of their significant consultants on similar contracts. The plan shall also address quality control procedures, cost control, coordination of in-house disciplines and consultants, and scheduling procedures. Only submit examples from the past 10 years. E. Firm location in reasonable proximity of the Smithsonian Institution facilities in Cambridge, Massachusetts. The primary office where the work will be performed and the staffing at that office shall be clearly indicated on the Work Management Plan. The geographic location of the firm will also be considered in order to evaluate the firm's knowledge of the potential project locations. F. Computer capability. Contractor and subcontractors must be able to comply with Smithsonian Institution standards for documentation, drawings and specifications. These standards are available for viewing at the SI Office of Facilities Engineering and Operations Architect-Engineer Information Center website, at http://www.ofeo.si.edu/ae_center/index.asp Required proficiencies include the following: (1) AutoCAD 2014; (2) Microsoft Office, including Project (3) Adobe Acrobat Professional; (4) 3-dimensional modeling, rendering and animation in specialized software such as SketchUp and Autodesk Revit 2014; (5) Success estimating software. SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS - The successful firm(s)/Contractor(s) will be expected to sign a standard, unmodified, Smithsonian A/E Services Contract. Interested, qualified firms are invited to submit properly completed Standard Form 330 (SF330) and other required information, as specified below, via courier to Melissa Howard, Office of Contracting & Personal Property Management, Smithsonian Institution, 2011 Crystal Drive, Suite 350, Arlington, VA 22202 or via United States Postal Service to Melissa Howard, Office of Contracting & Personal Property Management, Smithsonian Institution, MRC 1200, P.O. Box 37012, Washington, DC 20013-7012. Fax submissions will NOT be accepted. The deadline for submission is no later than February 25, 2015, 2:00 PM, EST Firms must submit Parts I and II of the Standard Form 330 for the prime and joint venture(s). Part II of the SF330 must be submitted for each consultant. On SF330, Part I, Block 5, include DUNS number for the prime firm. On the SF330, Part I, Block F, provide the title and contract award dates for all projects listed in that section. Five (5) copies of the SF330 are required. Failure to submit the properly completed SF330 will render the submission unacceptable. Part I of the SF330 shall have a page limit of one hundred twenty-five (125) pages (a page is one side of a sheet). Font size shall not be less than ten (10) points. Preface the submission with an attached original and loose copy of a brief letter on company letterhead. Questions shall be directed to Melissa Howard in the Office of Contracting & Personal Property Management, Smithsonian Institution, via email at howardm@si.edu. The Smithsonian will dispose of submitted material sixty (60) days after receipt unless a specific written request is made for its return. Returns will be at the expense of the firm submitting the information. THIS IS NOT A REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL.

Multiple Award Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity Contract for Supplemental Architect and Engineering Services

General Services Administration, Public Buildings Service (PBS) | Published May 26, 2015
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This is in reference to Solicitation No. GS-02P-14-DT-D-0020, originally posted on July 11, 2014.

C--The Northwestern Division of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has a requirement to acquire Architect-Engineer Hazardous, Toxic, and Radioactive Waste Indefinite Delivery Contracts (IDC) for execution of its environmental mission.

Department of the Army, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers | Published September 5, 2014  -  Deadline October 9, 2014
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C-ARCHITECT AND ENGINEERING SERVICES quote mark Unrestricted Indefinite Delivery Contracts (IDC) for Architect-Engineering (A-E) Services within EPA Region 2 and the Northwestern Division (MEGA Phase B) quote mark General Information Document Type: Synopsis for A-E Service Contracts Solicitation Number: W912DQ-14-R-3001 Posted Date: 04 September 2014 Original Response Date: 09 October 2014 Current Response Date: 09 October 2014 Classification Code: C - Architect and Engineering Service 1. Contract Information: The Northwestern Division (NWD) of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has a requirement to acquire Architect-Engineer (A-E) Hazardous, Toxic, and Radioactive Waste (HTRW)/Environmental Indefinite Delivery Contracts (IDC) for execution of its environmental mission. This contract acquisition is part of NWD's Phase B of the Multiple Environmental Government Acquisition (MEGA). These regional A-E contract acquisitions will be conducted in accordance with Public Law 92-582, the Brooks Act, and Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) Subpart 36.6 and Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS) 236.6. The work will be located within Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Region 2 and the NWD (including Kansas City, Omaha, and Seattle Districts), with the majority of the work in EPA Region 2. In support of this effort, the Government intends to award contracts to five (5) unrestricted firms sharing $90 million in total contract capacity. However, if the Contracting Officer determines during the selection process that fewer or more than five (5) contracts should be awarded, based upon the selection criteria, the Contracting Officer has the discretion of adjusting that number, or awarding none at all. This announcement is unrestricted and open to all businesses, regardless of size. The period of performance for each contract will include a base period of three (3) years and one option period of two (2) years. It is anticipated that the contracts will be awarded not earlier than March 2015. Task orders will be issued as the need arises during the contract period. Task order assignments will be determined with consideration of each firm's specialized experience and technical competence, professional qualifications, past performance, capacity, and knowledge of locality. These task orders may be either firm fixed-price or cost reimbursable type orders. There is no limit on the value of individual task orders and the period of performance on individual task orders shall not exceed five (5) years. Firms receiving award will share an ordering amount of $90 million over the life of the contracts. Large businesses that are selected will be required to submit a Small Business Subcontracting Plan. The Kansas City District subcontracting goals, which will be considered in the negotiation of the contracts, are: a minimum of 50% of a contractor's intended subcontract amount be placed with Small Businesses (SB) with 17% of that to Small Disadvantaged Businesses (SDB), 18% to Women-owned Small Business (WOSB), 10% to Historically Underutilized Business Zone (HUBZones), 4.0% to Veteran-owned, and 4% to Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned SB (SDVOSB). The NAICS Code for this procurement is 541330 -- Engineering Services. For the purposes of this procurement a concern is considered a small business if its average annual gross receipts are $15 million or less. More than one contract may be awarded for the same scope of work. Under the Brooks Act, price competition is not allowed for A-E contracts. Due to the nature of the requirements, projects are completed in phases such as preliminary assessment, remedial investigation, feasibility study, and then design. The project scope will be reviewed to determine whether the requirement can be accomplished using a firm fixed-price task order or whether uncertainties will require the use of a cost reimbursable task order. When the requirement is identified, the government will notify all contractors in the pool that an evaluation will be conducted. The notification will include whether the contractor's SF 330 will be used, or if the government requires unique experience or qualifications to be submitted for the task order evaluation. Specialized experience and technical competence, professional qualifications, past performance, capacity, and knowledge of locality will be considered for task orders to determine which firm is best qualified to accomplish the work. The period of performance for the IDC will begin on the date of contract award and the ordering period will be in effect for the three (3) year base period; in addition there is a provision for one two (2) year option period; if the option period is exercised, the length of the ordering period will be five (5) years. The period of performance for task orders awarded under the IDCs will be determined based upon the work requirement (not to exceed five (5) years) and will be included in the task order solicitation and negotiated award documents. The Service Contract Act of 1965, as Amended, is applicable to this solicitation and resulting contracts and will be incorporated into same. Service wage rates will be determined relative to the employee's office location rather than the location of work. To be eligible for contract award, a firm must have a D-U-N-S number from Dun & Bradstreet (D&B) and be registered in the Department of Defense (DoD) Central Contractor Registration (CCR). Register via the CCR Internet site at http://www.ccr.gov or by calling 1-866-606-8220. D&B can be reached by calling 1-866-705-5711. The Central Contractor Registry (CCR) has now migrated to the System for Award Management (SAM). If you were previously registered in CCR, your registration should have been moved to SAM, and you just need to open an account, see the following link for instructions. https://www.sam.gov/sam/transcript/Quick_Guide_for_Migrating_Roles_v1.8.pdf. If you were not previously registered, please go to https://www.sam.gov. Instructions for new registration are also located at the following link. https://www.sam.gov/sam/transcript/Quick_Guide_for_Contract_Registrations_v1.7.pdf to register. Contractors may obtain information on registration and annual confirmation requirements via the Internet at http://www.sam.gov or by calling (866) 606-8220. Additionally, in accordance with FAR Part 22.1303, all firms must complete their VETS-100 report. Information can be found at the Department of Labor website http://www.dol.gov/vets/programs/fcp/main.htm , or call the service center at 1-866-237-0275; you will be asked to provide your company name, employer identification number (EIN), and DUNs number. 2. Project Information: Firms must be capable of performing work on a wide variety of HTRW/environmental sites in a manner that complies with federal, state, and local regulations and laws, and within time frames required. A majority of the work to be performed is expected to be for Superfund projects in EPA Region 2. Specific needs will be determined based upon project requirements as described in each task order. Project assignments will typically require performance on-site and in an office setting. Selected firms will work on a variety of hazardous waste and other environmental projects, including, but not limited to contaminated soil and groundwater, contaminated sediments, radioactive and mixed wastes, underground storage tanks and fueling systems, and habitat restoration and mitigation. Assignments will include site investigations, subsurface exploration, chemical sampling, testing and analyses, hazard evaluations, feasibility and other engineering studies and reports, groundwater and other modeling, contaminant fate and transport analysis, human health and ecological risk assessments, HTRW remedial designs, preparation of plans and specifications, cost estimating, value engineering screenings and studies, field inspections, verification of existing conditions, pilot studies, surveying and mapping, community relations, construction-phase services (engineering design during construction, checking design drawings), dredging design, archaeological investigations and mitigation, wetlands determination and mitigation studies, storm water design (including drainage studies and hydraulic modeling), evaluations of green technologies and energy conservation measures, and other related services. 3. Primary Selection Criteria: Selection of the firms will be based on the following primary criteria, listed in descending order of importance, first by major criterion and then by each sub-criterion. Additional consideration will be given for experience and qualifications by the prime or Joint Venture. Criteria A through E are primary and will be evaluated for all offerors. (A) Specialized experience and technical competence of the firm demonstrated during the past five (5) years in the broad range of HTRW/environmental work required for this contract. Firms will be evaluated for experience and competence in areas 1 through 4, below. The most highly qualified firms will have extensive experience in all of the following areas: 1. Investigation, groundwater modeling, design, PRP oversight, construction phase services, and preparation of CERCLA/RCRA documents for a variety of hazardous, toxic, and radioactive waste and other environmental projects. Experience must demonstrate wide-ranging capabilities, complex and diverse projects, and differing contaminants in various media. Firms should demonstrate the extent of their capabilities to serve projects located in both EPA Region 2 and the USACE NWD. Projects preformed on behalf of EPA Region 2 Superfund will have greater importance. 2. Knowledge of and adherence to regulations and practices pertaining to studies, investigations and remediation including Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act (CERCLA), Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA), Toxic Substance Control Act (TSCA), Clean Water Act (CWA), and National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA). 3. Demonstrated quality management processes and procedures that result in quality end products. The effectiveness of the proposed project team (including management structure, coordination of disciplines, offices and/or subcontractors; and prior working relationships) will be considered within quality management. 4. Capability in managing cost-reimbursable contracts. The Prime/JV A-E firm should demonstrate experience with a cost accounting system for cost-reimbursable contracts with the government. (B) Professional qualifications of a firm's staff and team consultants to be assigned to this contract. The education, training, professional registration, proposed job title, overall and relevant HTRW and environmental experience, longevity with the firm, and experience of key personnel will be considered. This criterion is primarily concerned with the qualifications of the key personnel and not the number of personnel. The number of personnel is addressed under the capacity criterion below. Firms should demonstrate the extent of their capabilities to serve projects located in both EPA Region 2 and the USACE NWD. Professional qualifications on projects performed on behalf of EPA Region 2 Superfund will have greater importance. Responding firms should demonstrate the professional qualifications of their staff in these key disciplines, which are listed in descending order of importance. List professional registrations, if applicable, for the key disciplines: (1) Project Management; (2) Hydrogeology / Geology; (3) Civil/Geotechnical Engineering; (4) Chemistry; (5) Chemical / Process Engineering; (6) Risk Assessment; (7) Cost Engineering; (8) Environmental Engineering; (9) Industrial Hygiene; and (10) Health Physics. (C) Past performance on DoD and other contracts with respect to cost control, quality of work, management/business relations, and compliance with performance schedules. Architect-Engineer Contract Administration Support System (ACASS) merged into a single application under the Contractor Performance Assessment Reports System (CPARS). CPARS is the primary source of information on past performance. CPARS will be queried for all firms submitting a SF330. If deemed appropriate by the evaluation board, performance evaluations for any significant team subcontractors may also be considered. The board may seek information on past performance from other sources, but is not required to seek other information on the past performance of a firm, if none is available from CPARS. When evaluating past performance, the board will consider the relevancy of performance evaluations on A-E services contracts to the proposed contract, including the type of work, performing office, age of the evaluation, and whether subsequent evaluations indicate a change in a firm's performance. (D) Capacity: The board will consider available capacity of key disciplines identified above from the Prime/JV and its team consultants to perform work in the required time. (E) Knowledge of the Locality: The board will evaluate a Prime/JV's familiarity with local conditions. Examples include knowledge and experience dealing with geological features and the state/ local regulatory agencies. Work under these contracts may be in a widely dispersed geographic area, therefore, responding firms should demonstrate the extent of their capabilities to serve projects located in both EPA Region 2 and the USACE NWD. 4. Secondary Selection Criteria: The following secondary criteria will only be used as a tie-breaker among technically equal firms. The secondary criteria will not be co-mingled with the primary criteria in the evaluation. The two secondary selection criteria are listed in descending order of importance. 1. SB and SDB Participation. The extent of participation of SB, SDB, historically black colleges and universities (HBCU), and minority institutions (MI) will be evaluated. The greater the participation, the greater the consideration, provided that the goals are realistic and justifiable. 2. Volume of DoD A-E Contract Awards in the last 12 months. Responding firms should cite all contract numbers, task orders and modifications, award dates and total negotiated fees for any DoD A-E contract awarded within the past twelve (12) months. This information will assist in effecting an equitable distribution of DoD A-E contracts among qualified firms, including SB and SDB. 5. Submittal Requirements: Interested firms having the capabilities to perform this work must submit one (1) original plus five (5) copies and one (1) CD or DVD with searchable Adobe PDF files of one SF 330 (03/2013 edition) for the prime firm that includes all team consultants. Include the firm's DUNS number and CAGE codes in the SF 330, Part I, Sections B and C. For the ten (10) projects submitted in Section F of the SF 330, a quote mark project quote mark is defined as work performed at one site or a single installation. An IDC contract is not a project. A project may contain multiple task orders if they are from the same site or installation. If the offeror provides a specific task order as its quote mark project, quote mark it shall provide the base contract number(s) and the task order number(s) for reference purposes. If the offeror provides a site-specific contract as its quote mark project, quote mark it shall provide the contract number for reference purposes. Firms should include information regarding the Secondary Selection Criteria in Section H of the SF 330. The SF 330 shall have a total page limitation of 100 printed pages with Section H limited to twenty (20) pages, and Part II is excluded from the 100 printed page limit. Double-sided sheets will count as two pages. Page sheets of 11 inches X 17 inches will be counted as two (2) pages. For all SF 330 sections, use no smaller than 10 pt. font. Solicitation packages are not provided. This is not a request for proposal. Submittals must be mailed or delivered to the following address not later than 09 October 2014, 2:00 pm Central Time (no faxed or other electronic submittals will be accepted): U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Kansas City District Attn: CECT-NWK-H (Christopher Anderson) 601 East 12th Street Kansas City, MO 64106-2896 (816) 389-3850 Submit questions, in writing only, to Christopher Anderson at Christopher.W.Anderson@usace.army.mil and Delos C. Halterman at Delos.C.Halterman@usace.army.mil. Questions must be submitted in no later than October 1, 2014 and must contain the solicitation number in the subject line of the e-mail. Contracting Office Address: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Kansas City District 601 East 12th Street (Room 647) Kansas City, MO 64106-2896 Place of Performance: N/A General Information Notice Type: Combined Synopsis/Solicitation Posted Date: 04 September 2014 Response Date: 09 October 2014 Archiving Policy: Automatic, on specified date Archive Date: 23 November 2014 Original Set Aside: N/A Set Aside: N/A Classification Code: C -- Architect and engineering services NAICS Code: 541 -- Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services/541330 -- Engineering Services

C--INDEFINITE DELIVERY/INDEFINITE QUANTITY CONTRACT FOR ARCHITECT-ENGINEER SERVICES FOR MEDICAL PROJECTS LOCATED THROUGHOUT THE NAVAL FACILITIES ENGINEERING COMMAND AREA OF RESPONSIBILITY, WORLDWIDE

Department of the Navy, Naval Facilities Engineering Command | Published May 25, 2016  -  Deadline June 6, 2016
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N62470-16-R-6000 INDEFINITE DELIVERY/INDEFINITE QUANTITY CONTRACT FOR ARCHITECT-ENGINEER SERVICES FOR MEDICAL PROJECTS LOCATED THROUGHOUT THE NAVAL FACILITIES ENGINEERING COMMAND AREA OF RESPONSIBILITY, WORLDWIDE. Description: ALL INFORMATION NEEDED FOR INTERESTED PARTIES TO SUBMIT A STANDARD FORM SF 330, ARCHITECT ENGINEER QUALIFICATIONS IS CONTAINED HEREIN. THERE IS NO SEPARATE REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS (RFP) PACKAGE TO DOWNLOAD. Attachments: (a) Past Performance Questionnaire (b) Small Business Subcontracting Plan Template This procurement will result in one Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract for multi-discipline Architect-Engineer (AE) services for medical design projects located throughout the Naval Facility Engineering Command Area of Responsibility, Worldwide, and will be procured in accordance with the Selection of Architects and Engineers Statute (formerly known as the Brooks Act), 40 USC Section 1101 et seq., as implemented by FAR Subpart 36.6. The IDIQ contract will be for a base period of one year and four one-year option periods (if exercised). The total fee for the contract term shall not exceed $50,000,000. The guaranteed minimum for the contract term (including option years) is $10,000. The Government makes no representation as to the number of task orders or the actual amount of work to be ordered. Contractors are not guaranteed work in excess of the minimum guarantee. The options may be exercised within the time frame specified in the resultant contract at the sole discretion of the Government subject to work load and/or satisfaction of the AE performance under the subject contract. Firm-fixed price task orders will be negotiated for this contract. There will be no dollar limit per task order and no dollar limit per year up to a maximum of $50,000,000 for the entire contract term. Estimated start date is December 2016. This proposed contract is being solicited on an UNRESTRICTED basis; therefore, replies to this notice are requested from all business concerns. The Small Business size standard classification is North American Industrial Classification System (NAICS) Code 541310, (Architectural Services). The Government seeks the most highly qualified firm to perform the required services, based on the demonstrated competence and qualifications, in accordance with the evaluation criteria. A sources sought for N62470-16-R-6000 for Medical Designs, predominantly for Sustainment, Restoration, and Modernization (SRM) projects, was published on 3 December 2015 seeking responses from small businesses. Four responses were received from small business firms. After a technical evaluation of their qualifications, none of firms were determined to have the necessary qualifications and capabilities to perform the requirements of the contract based on the criteria established in the notice. The types of design projects expected to be performed under this contract are for 500 series facilities as defined by UFC 2-000-05N (hospitals, dental clinics, medical clinics, veterinary clinics, laboratories, etc.) and will be predominantly for Sustainment, Restoration, and Modernization (SRM) projects, but may include MILCON projects and medical studies. Projects will be designed in accordance with criteria prescribed in the latest version of UFC 4-510-01 (Military Medical Facilities) and under the Architectural Barriers Act (ABA). Architect-Engineering and Engineering Services that may be required under this contract include DD Form 1391 documentation, Design-Build RFPs, Design-Bid-Build plans (AutoCAD and BIM) and specifications (SPECSINTACT), cost estimates, related studies, field investigations, surveying and mapping, tests, evaluations, consultations, program management, soil borings, hazardous materials identification, energy computation, life safety code studies, interior space comprehensive planning/design, conceptual designs, medical studies (e.g., Health Care Requirements Analysis, Deficiency Tabulations, Facility Utilization Studies, Economical Analysis, Project Books, Concept of Operations), value engineering, other associated engineering services, shop drawing review, as-built drawing preparation, Operation and Maintenance Support Information (OMSI), Commissioning, construction inspection and engineering consultation services during construction, and other related services. The services of a qualified medical planner and a medical equipment planner are required. SELECTION INTERVIEW: Interviews may be scheduled with firms slated as the most highly qualified. Firms slated for interviews may be asked to clarify information contained in the SF330 submittal. Elaborate presentations are not desired. All contractors are advised that registration in System for Award Management (SAM) Database is required prior to award of a contract. Failure to register in the SAM Database may render your firm ineligible for award. For more information, check the SAM Website: https://www.sam.gov. In accordance with the FAR 36.601-4(b) the AE firm must be a registered/licensed architectural and/or engineering firm to be eligible for award. Provide proof that firm is permitted by law to practice the professions of architecture or engineering, (i.e., state registration number or a brief explanation of the firm’s licensing in states that do not register firms, etc.). Failure to submit the required proof could result in a firm’s elimination from consideration. FIRMS WHO ARE OFFERING AS A JOINT VENTURE SHOULD INCLUDE WITH THEIR SUBMISSION A COPY OF THE JOINT VENTURE AGREEMENT. FAILURE TO INCLUDE THE JOINT VENTURE AGREEMENT WILL RESULT IN THE FIRM’S ELIMINATION FROM FURTHER EVALUATION. The awarded contract will be subject to specific provisions addressing the avoidance of organizational conflicts of interest, including NFAS 5252.209-9300, Organizational Conflicts of Interest. The prime firm for this contract will be required to perform throughout the contract term. SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS: Architect-Engineer firms desiring to be considered for this contract must submit a completed SF-330 package. If an SF 254/SF 255 is submitted for this solicitation, it will not be reviewed or considered. The SF-330 shall be typed, one sided, at least 11 point or larger. Part I shall not exceed 75 single-sided 8.5 by 11 inch pages (the page limit does not include the ISRs, certificates, PPQs, licenses, or the draft subcontracting plan, as required by the Small Business Subcontracting criterion, nor does the page limit include cover sheets or divider sheets, provided that these do not include any information regarding the capability of the company, or any information submitted in response to a question or requirement from the synopsis. If a cover sheet or divider sheet includes any information determined by the Contracting Officer to be substantially answering a question or requirement in the synopsis or explaining company capability, it will be counted as a page toward the 75 page limit). Part I pages shall be numbered sequentially. Introductions shall be included in Sections E and F. Please include your DUNS, CAGE, and TIN numbers in Block 30 of the SF-330. The organizational chart may be one page single sided 11 by 17 foldout, using 11 pitch/point font or larger (font limitations do not apply to graphics, captions or tables). Interested firms shall submit (5) hard copies of the SF-330 and (5) CDs/DVDs to Naval Facilities Engineering Command Atlantic, Code ACQ34, Attn: Heather Race, 6506 Hampton Blvd, Norfolk VA 23508. If there are any discrepancies between the hard copy and CD, the hard copy will govern. Responses are due no later than June 6, 2016 at 2:00 PM EDT. Late responses will be handled in accordance with FAR 52.215-1. The point of contact is Heather Race, Contract Specialist, at 757-322-8103. NOTE: If hand-carrying or express mailing proposal, the firm is advised that the Contracting Officer is on a secured base and passes are required to enter the base. Anticipate delays in base access and plan accordingly. Hand-carried proposals must be delivered to the mailroom. Government personnel will not pick up proposals at the gate. It is the contractor’s responsibility to ensure delivery to the location specified. All visitors to NAVFAC Atlantic who do not have a CAC badge or RAPIDGATE badge must have a background check run by the Naval Station Pass and ID office (Security Department at Commander, Naval Region Mid-Atlantic). Special Note: RAPIDGATE badges must be programmed for access to the Naval Support Activity, Hampton Roads in order to gain access to the LRA. Visitors who do not have a CAC or RAPIDGATE badge must complete the attached Visitor Access Pass Request form (Excel spreadsheet). Visitors must complete and forward the form directly to the following personnel in the security department via email: 1. Iris Gholston, 757-322-8116, iris.gholston@navy.mil Visitors must complete and provide the attached form to the security department at least five working days prior to their scheduled meeting date to allow ample time to process and complete the background check. Commercial couriers such as FEDEX, DHL or UPS follow the same visitor procedures listed above and they are required to have a background check if they do not have a CAC badge or RAPIDGATE badge. Commercial couriers must also have their vehicle inspected at location listed in the attached LRA commercial vehicle inspection procedures prior to accessing the LRA. Firms should check with their intended courier to ensure they have the proper identification credentials to access the LRA. Temporary visitor passes must be picked up by the approved visitor from the Naval Station Pass and ID Office located at the following address prior to visiting NAVFAC Atlantic on LRA: Address: Naval Station Pass and ID Office 9040 Hampton Blvd Norfolk, VA 23505 Telephone Number: 757-322-2975 Hours of Operation: 0600-1700 on Monday through Friday Electronic (E-mail, facsimile, etc.) submissions are not authorized. Inquiries concerning this procurement should include solicitation number and title and be forwarded via email to heather.race@navy.mil. SELECTION CRITERIA: Standard Form 330s will be evaluated to determine the most highly-qualified firm based on criterion responses. Failure to provide requested data or to comply with the instructions in this notice could result in a firm being considered less qualified or eliminated from consideration. The Selection of Architects and Engineers Statute and FAR Part 36.6 selection procedures apply. The AE must demonstrate the team’s qualifications with respect to the published evaluation criteria. Failure to provide complete submission information defined in the evaluation factors below may affect a firm’s qualification ratings. Evaluation criteria 1 through 3 are considered most important and are equal among themselves; criteria 4 through 6 are of slightly less importance and are equal among themselves; criterion 7 is of the least importance and will be used as a tie-breaker among technically equal firms. Specific evaluation criteria include: 1. Specialized Experience 2. Professional Qualifications and Technical Competence 3. Past Performance 4. Quality Control 5. Program Management, Capacity and Location 6. Commitment to Small Business 7. Volume of Work Criterion 1 —Specialized Experience (SF330, Part I, Section F): Firms will be evaluated on relevant specialized experience and technical competence in performance of services similar to those anticipated under this contract through evaluation of experience in: 1. Experience with regard to medical treatment facilities design and construction. 2. Experience with multi-phased design and construction of renovations of existing facilities performed within an operational medical facility that had to comply with infection control, life safety and Interim Life Safety Measures in compliance with The Joint Commission (TJC), and had to address noise/vibration control issues 3. Experience with medical facilities studies 4. Experience applying sustainability concepts to design and construction through an integrated, cost effective design approach in accordance with federally recognized sustainability ratings systems such as the U.S. Green Building Council Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Green Building Rating System or Green Globes. Firms may be considered more favorably by demonstrating the following: 1. Experience with medical facilities in multiple NAVFAC geographic regions. Submission requirements: Provide two (2) relevant medical studies (e.g., Health Care Requirements Analysis, Deficiency Tabulations, Facility Utilization Studies, Economical Analysis, Project Books, Concept of Operations) completed within the past seven (7) years immediately preceding the date of issuance of this Notice. Additionally, provide a maximum five (5) relevant design projects in which the design was completed within the past seven (7) years immediately preceding the date of issuance of this notice that best demonstrate specialized experience of the proposed team in the areas outlined above. Within the maximum five (5) submitted relevant design projects, provide a minimum of: • Two (2) projects that are phased medical renovation designs with construction cost between $1M to $50M.; and • Two (2) medical design projects with construction cost over $30M. If the project submitted is a Design-Bid-Build (full design), to be relevant, the design must be complete. If the project is Design-Build (DB), to be relevant, the DB design documents must be complete. If the project is a DB RFP development, to be relevant, the DB RFP must be complete. Sufficient information for each submitted project must include: • Date of completion of the project must be included in the project description or the project will not be considered. • Project building(s) size (SF or SM.) • Identify implementation of sustainable concepts employed, or sustainable certification achieved, such as (but not limited) to Green Globes or LEED. For projects certified, submit a copy of the certificate (certificates are not included toward the overall page count). If more than the maximum number of projects are submitted, the Government will not evaluate projects beyond the maximum number specified in the submission requirements. All projects provided in the SF330 must be completed by the office/branch/regional office/individual team member actually proposed to manage and perform work under this contract. Projects not meeting this requirement will be excluded from consideration in the evaluation. To enable verification, firms should include the DUNS number along with each firm name in the SF330 Part 1, Section F, block 25, “Firm Name” Include a contract number or project identification number in block 21. Include an e-mail address and phone number for the point of contact in block 23(c). In block 24, include in the project description the contract period of performance, award contract value, current contract value, and a summary of the work performed that demonstrates relevance to specialized experience as outlined above. If the contractor served as a subcontractor on a project, indicate the value of the work that firm provided towards the performance of the overall project. If a project was performed by a joint venture, and not all joint venture partners are on the team proposed for this contract, the firm/team should specifically address the work performed by the joint venture partner offering/teaming on this contract. Likewise, if the firm/team member worked as a subcontractor on a project, the description should clearly describe the work actually performed by the firm/team member proposed for this contract and the roles and responsibilities of each on the project, rather than the work performed on the project as a whole. If the project description does not clearly delineate the work performed by the entity/entities offering/teaming on this contract, the project could be eliminated from consideration. NOTE: If the firm is a joint venture, projects performed by the joint venture should be submitted; however, if there are no projects performed by the joint venture, projects may be submitted for either joint venture partner, not to exceed a total of five (5) total design projects in the submission package. At least one (1) relevant project must be submitted from each joint venture partner if no projects were performed by the joint venture. Firms failing to provide projects from all joint venture partners will be considered to have not met the requirements of the criterion. Projects shall be submitted on the SF-330 at Part I, Section F and shall be completed projects. Projects not completed will be excluded from evaluation consideration. For submittal purposes, a task order on an IDIQ contract is considered a project, as is a stand-alone contract award. Do not submit an IDIQ contract as an example project. Instead, list relevant task orders or stand-alone contract awards that fit within the definition above. The Government will not evaluate information provided for an IDIQ contract. Examples of project work submitted that do not conform to this requirement will not be evaluated. Failure to provide requested data, accessible points of contact, or valid phone numbers may result in a firm being considered less qualified. All information for Criterion 1 should be submitted in the SF330, Part I, Section F. The Government WILL NOT consider information submitted in addition to Part 1, Section F in evaluation of Criterion 1. Criterion 2—Professional Qualifications and Technical Competence (SF330, Part I, Sections E and G): Firms will be evaluated on professional qualifications, competence, and experience of the proposed key personnel in providing services to accomplish the tasks required under this contract, including participation in example projects in the SF330, Part 1, Section G. Key personnel are individuals who will have major contract or project management responsibilities and/or will provide unusual or unique expertise. Failure to provide a balanced workforce in the disciplines required to satisfy the requirements of the scope listed above will result in the firm being considered not qualified. Specific disciplines that must be included in key personnel are Program Manager, Medical Planner, Medical Equipment Planner, Quality Control, Project Manager, Architect, Civil, Structural, Mechanical, Electrical, Geotechnical Engineer; a licensed Fire Protection Engineer is required; a practicing certified interior designer; cost estimator and scheduler are also required. Submission Requirements: SF330, Part I, Section E. Provide resumes for all proposed key personnel that illustrate experience in the work proposed under this contract. Resumes are limited to one page each and should indicate: professional registration (including registration / certification number), certification, licensure and/or accreditation in appropriate disciplines; cite recent experience within the past seven (7) years on project-specific work relevant to the services required under this contract; and indicate proposed role in this contract. Indicate participation of key personnel in example projects in the SF330, Part 1, Section G. Differentiate between planning and design experience. Include any sustainable professional accreditation, such as (but not limited to) LEED AP, Green Globes Professional. Criterion 3—Past Performance (SF330, Part I, Section H): Firms will be evaluated on past performance with Government agencies and private industry in terms of work quality, compliance with schedules, cost control, and stakeholder/customer satisfaction. Evaluating past performance and experience will include information provided in Past Performance Questionnaires (PPQs) or CPARS/ACASS for Criterion 1 projects and may include customer inquiries, Government databases, and other information available to the Government including contacts with points of contact in other criteria. Failure to provide requested data, accessible points of contact, or valid phone numbers could result in a firm being considered less qualified. NOTE: Past performance information for projects listed under Criterion 1 may be given greater weight. Submission Requirements: SUBMIT A COMPLETED CPARS/ACASS EVALUATION FOR EACH PROJECT UNDER CRITERION 1. IF A COMPLETED CPARS/ACASS EVALUATION IS NOT AVAILABLE, the Past Performance Questionnaire (PPQ) (Attachment (A)) included in this notice is provided for the firm or its team members to submit to the client for each project the firm includes under Criterion 1, Specialized Experience. A FIRM SHALL NOT SUBMIT A PPQ WHEN A COMPLETED CPARS/ACASS IS AVAILABLE. IF A CPARS/ACASS EVALUATION IS NOT AVAILABLE, ensure correct phone numbers and email addresses are provided for the client point of contact. Completed PPQs should be submitted with your SF330. If the firm is unable to obtain a completed PPQ from a client for a project(s) before the response date set forth in this notice, firms should complete and submit with their responses the first page of the PPQ (Attachment (A)), which will provide contract and client information for the respective project(s). Firms may submit a PPQ previously submitted under a different Notice/RFP (legible copies are acceptable) as long as it is on the same form as posted with this Synopsis. Firms should follow up with clients/references to ensure timely submittal of questionnaires. If requested by the client, questionnaires may be submitted directly to the Governments point of contact, Naval Facilities Engineering Command Atlantic Code ACQ34, Attn: Heather Race via email at heather.race@navy.mil, prior to the response date. Firms shall not incorporate by reference into their response PPQs or CPARS previously submitted in response to other A/E services procurements. However, this does not preclude the Government from utilizing previously submitted PPQ information in the past performance evaluation. Firms may provide any information on problems encountered and the corrective actions taken on projects submitted under Criterion 1 Specialized Experience. Firms may also address any adverse past performance issues. Information shall not exceed two double-sided pages (or four single-sided pages) in total. Awards, letters of commendation, certificates of appreciation, etc. shall not be submitted and will not be considered in the evaluation. Criterion 4—Quality Control Program (SF330, Part I, Section H): Firms will be evaluated on the strength of the quality control program proposed by the firm to ensure quality products and services under this contract, and means of ensuring quality services from their consultants/subcontractors. Submission Requirements: Describe the quality control program that will be utilized for all deliverables of this contract and the management approach for quality control processes and procedures. The description shall: 1. Explain the quality control program including an example of how the plan has worked for one of the projects submitted as part of SF330, Section F or how the plan will work if it has not been used previously. Additionally, discuss any lessons learned that have led to the proposed plan. 2. Provide a quality control process chart showing the inter-relationship of the management and team components. 3. Describe specific quality control processes and procedures proposed for this contract, specifically, technical accuracy of and assurance of overall coordination of plans and specifications, and engineering and design services. 4. Identify the quality control manager and any other key personnel responsible for the quality control program and a description of their roles, responsibilities and authorities assigned to the individual(s). 5. Describe how the firm’s quality control program extends to management of subcontractors. Criterion 5—Program Management and Capacity and Location (SF330, Part I, Section H): Firms will be evaluated on the firm’s ability to plan for and manage work under the contract, the capacity to accomplish the work in the required time, and on the locations of their office(s) that will be performing the work under this contract. Submission Requirements: 1. Provide an organizational chart for the team and discuss the management plan for this contract and personnel roles in the organization. Describe the ability of the firm to manage, coordinate and work effectively with team members, both internal staff and consultants. Discuss the history of working relationships with team members, including joint venture partners where applicable. Teams with a demonstrated history of working together may be considered more favorably 2. Describe the firm’s present workload and the availability of the project team (including consultants) for the specified contract performance period. Describe the workload/availability of the key personnel during the anticipated contract performance period and the ability of the firm to provide qualified backup staffing for key personnel to ensure continuity of services. General statements of availability/capacity may be considered less favorably. 3. Provide the location of the office(s) that will be performing the work, including main offices, branch offices, and offices of team members and how these locations will be advantageous to the government. Due to the worldwide coverage of this contract, office in multiple locations may be considered advantageous. Criterion 6—Commitment to Small Business (SF330, Part I, Section H): Firms will be evaluated in terms of their extent to identify and commit to Small Business (SB), Small Disadvantaged Business (SDB), Women-Owned Small Business (WOSB), Historically Underutilized Business Zone Small Business (HUBZoneSB), Veteran-Owned Small Business (VOSB), Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB), and if applicable, Historically Black Colleges or Universities and Minority Institutions (HBCU/MI) in performance of this contract, whether as a joint venture, teaming arrangement, or subcontractor. The Government will evaluate proposals based on: (A) Past performance in utilization of small business concerns, and (B) Participation of small business concerns for this requirement. In support of (A), all firms shall provide historical data on utilization of SB, SDB, WOSB, HUBZoneSB, VOSB, SDVOSB and HBCU/MI. Large Businesses shall submit three “final” or “most recent” Individual Subcontracting Reports (ISRs) for similar contracts of relative size which show compliance with utilizing the various types of small business firms noted above. If ISRs are not FINAL or MOST RECENT they will not be considered. If subcontracting goals were not met, provide an explanation. If Individual Subcontracting Reports were not applicable to the similar contracts noted, large businesses shall submit other documentation which shows their utilization of the various types of small business firms for the contracts. Small Businesses shall also submit documentation which shows their utilization of the various types of small business firms for similar contracts of relative size. In support of (B), large businesses shall submit a draft Small Business Subcontracting Plan, in which they will be evaluated on the extent to which they identify and commit to the published Small Business Subcontracting Program. The Secretary of the Navy has assigned the Naval Facilities Engineering Command goals for FY2015 in terms of percentages of total planned subcontracting dollars for utilization of small businesses. Demonstrate the plan to meet these goals: FY2016 FY2017 FY2018 FY2019 FY2020 SB 65.00% 65.00% 65.00% 65.00% 65.00% HubZone 6.00% 6.00% 6.00% 6.00% 6.00% SDB 15.00% 15.00% 15.00% 15.00% 15.00% WOSB 15.00% 15.00% 15.00% 15.00% 15.00% SDVOSB 5.00% 5.00% 5.00% 5.00% 5.00% VOSB 5.00% 5.00% 5.00% 5.00% 5.00% If a large business firm is selected for award, a Small Business Subcontracting Plan, in accordance with FAR 19.7 and DFAR 219.7, will be required and incorporated into the contract award. A draft Small Business Subcontracting Plan is not required from small businesses; however, small businesses shall submit similar information on the extent to which they identify and commit to subcontracting to large business (LB), SB, SDB, WOSB, HUBZoneSB, VOSB, SDVOSB, and HBCU/MI if applicable in the performance of this contract. The Small Business size standard classification is NAICS 541310, Architectural and Engineering Services, size standard $7,500,000. The attached Small Business Subcontracting Plan template (Attachment (B)) shall be used by large businesses to complete the draft subcontracting plan. Firms shall submit their “draft” Small Business Subcontracting Plans utilizing this template, and ONLY this template. Criterion 7—Volume of Work (SF330, Part 1, Section H) Firms will be evaluated in accordance with DOD Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS) Procedures, Guidance and Information (PGI) 236.602-1, from data extracted from the Federal Procurement Data System (FPDS). Firms will be evaluated in terms of work previously awarded to the firm by DOD within the past twelve months with the objective of effecting an equitable distribution of contracts among qualified AE firms including small, disadvantaged business firms, and firms that have not had prior DOD AE contracts. Submission Requirements: Firms do not submit data for this factor. The government will obtain information as described above. For joint venture (JV) submissions, the government will obtain the data for each JV partner.

T--Request for SF 330s, Restricted for A-E IDIQ Contracts for A-E Photogrammetric Mapping and Aerial Photography

Department of the Army, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers | Published September 2, 2015
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Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity Contract (IDIQ) for Architect-Engineer (A-E) Services for Photgrammetric and LiDAR Surveying and Mapping for CONUS&OCONUS

T--Request for SF 330s; Unrestricted for Architect-Engineer IDIQ Contracts for A-E Photogrammetric and LiDAR Surveying and Mapping

Department of the Army, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers | Published February 25, 2015  -  Deadline March 27, 2015
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I. CONTRACT INFORMATION: These contracts are being procured in accordance with the Brooks A-E Act as implemented in FAR Subpart 36.6 and supplements thereto. Services of a qualified firm are sought to provide Photogrammetric and LiDAR Surveying and Mapping. Firms will be selected for negotiation based on demonstrated competence and qualifications to accomplish the required work. The firm's team must have a Certified Photogrammetrist or a Professional Licensed Surveyor. The Government intends to negotiate and award six indefinite delivery contracts within one year after the required response date to this solicitation, but reserves the right to award up to four additional indefinite delivery contracts (up to a total of ten contracts) in the event there are insufficient awards under the restricted solicitation. Those most highly qualified small businesses that do not receive an award under the restricted solicitation will have their SF 330s automatically added to this unrestricted solicitation SF 330 responses. This solicitation does not supersede contracts previously awarded for similar work by other Corps Districts. However, a contractor awarded a contract under the restricted announcement will be ineligible for award under this announcement. Each contract will be for five years. The amount of work in each contract will not exceed $12,500,000.00 ($12.5 Million) and the guaranteed minimum will be $10,000.00. Rates will be negotiated for each 12-month period of the contract at the time of the original award. On each individual contract, the first year's rate schedule shall become effective the day of contract award, and shall be in effect for one year from contract award. Subsequent rate schedules shall become effective on the yearly anniversary dates from contract award. Work will be issued by firm fixed price task orders not to exceed the contract amount and will be subject to successful negotiations. The District may award IDIQ contracts in the future or borrow capacity from other federal contracts to perform work that may also be encompassed by this announcement. The Contracting Officer will consider the following and other relevant factors in deciding which Contractor will be selected to negotiate an order: performance and quality of deliverables under the current contract, current capacity to accomplish the task order in the required time, and uniquely specialized experience. The contracts will be for requirements within the Continental United States and outside the Continental United States (CONUS and OCONUS). This announcement is open to all businesses regardless of size. All interested A-E firms are reminded that in accordance with the provisions of PL 95-507, they will be expected to place subcontracts to the maximum practicable extent consistent with the efficient performance of the contract with small and small disadvantaged firms. Selected firms will be required to comply with FAR 52.219-9 regarding the requirement for a subcontracting plan on that part of the work it intends to subcontract. The subcontracting goals for this contract, which are subject to change, currently are that (1) a minimum of 40.0% of the Contractor's intended subcontract amount be placed with small businesses (SB), including (2) small disadvantaged businesses (SDB), 3.0%; (3) woman-owned small businesses (WOSB), 7%; (4) HUBZone small business, 1.0%; (5) service-disabled veteran-owned small business, 3.0% and veteran owned small business, 2.0%. A subcontracting plan is not required with this submittal. The wages and benefits of service employees (see FAR 22.10) performing under these contracts must be at least equal to those determined by the Department of Labor under the Service Contract Act, relative to the employee's home office location. To be eligible for a contract award, a firm must be registered in the System for Award Management (SAM) at www.sam.gov. Registration is not required with this submission. II. PROJECT INFORMATION: Work will consist of performing and/or producing aerial photogrammetric and LiDAR surveys, ground control, analytical aero-triangulation, geo-rectification, ortho-rectification, pan-sharpening, tiling, mosaicing, digital elevation model/digital terrain model(DEM/DTM) data, collection and manipulation of photogrammetric mapping, aerial photography, GIS mapping, remote sensing, large and small-scale topographic maps, planimetrics compilation and contouring , geo-database development, maintenance and support and landuse/landcover analysis and mapping, satellite imagery, and other geospatial processes for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and other federal agencies such as, but not limited to: U.S. Army CE, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Department of Defense, Department of the Interior, NOAA, DOT, state, local, and tribal agencies etc. Services will be for areas within the CONUS and OCONUS. The potential exists that some task orders will include data classified up to SECRET; therefore, to be eligible for those task orders requiring a SECRET clearance, the Contractor shall possess a SECRET clearance for facilities, equipment, and personnel involved in the required services. A SECRET CLEARANCE IS NOT REQUIRED WITH THIS SUBMISSION. III. SELECTION CRITERIA: Criteria a through d are primary. Criteria e and f are secondary and will only be used as tie-breakers among firms that are essentially technically equal. The selection criteria are listed below in descending order of importance (first by major criterion and then by each sub-criterion). a. Specialized Experience and Technical Competence: (1) current experience in collection of aerial imagery for large & small scale photogrammetric mapping utilizing analog and digital aerial cameras (sweep or frame system), analytical and softcopy aerotriangulation and softcopy feature compilation and extraction; (2) current experience in the collection and processing of LIDAR data into various mapping products to include elevation models, surface models, and contours for large and small scale mapping projects; (3) current experience in digital orthophoto generation for large and small scale mapping projects; (4) current experience in large and small scale photogrammetric production in support of (engineering design, facilities management, regional planning, and real property inventory); (5) ability to integrate digital terrain data from multiple sources into a surface model; (6) ground survey control planning and acquisition for photogrammetric map compilation including conventional (total stations, EDM systems and levels) measuring systems and Global Positioning Systems; (7) capability to provide GIS mapping products and analysis of GIS data sets; (8) ability to perform GIS boundary mapping from real estate tract maps, deeds, and real property transactional registers (9) facilities and capability to gather historical photos from hardcopy and/or digital sources and perform photo image analysis and interpretation to detect landuse and change analysis utilizing digital softcopy techniques and manually via hardcopy; (10) capability and experience in providing geospatial data products in Spatial Data Standards for facilities, infrastructure, and environment (SDSFIE) (latest version); (11) ability to conduct supervised and unsupervised digital classifications from remotely sensed (i.e. hyperspectral and multispectral data sets, high resolution sensor data sets) data and incorporate results into existing geospatial data bases and/or thematic maps; (12) ability to deliver digital data that is readable and fully operational with AutoCAD (current version), ArcGIS (current version), ERDAS Imagine, and Bentley Microstation formats without any additional manipulation. b. Professional Qualifications: The firm must have a Certified Photogrammetrist or a Professional Licensed Surveyor as well as personnel with demonstrated expertise in all aspects of photogrammetry and remote sensing, a qualified management team, quality control staff and technical staff. The evaluation will consider education, training, registration, voluntary certifications (e.g., ASPRS Certified Photogrammetrist), overall and relevant experience, and longevity with the firm. c. Capacity to Accomplish the Work: (1) firms must have the capability to perform approximately $4,000,000 of the required type work in a one-year period. The evaluation of a firms capability will consider the availability of an adequate number of personnel in key disciplines (management, quality control, and technical); (2) capability of firm to furnish photogrammetric equipment including owned or leased airworthy aircraft, large and medium format digital cameras (sweep or frame system), LIDAR sensor suitable for elevation data collection to support production of ASPRS Class 1 standards for 2 foot or better contours, currently certified precision aerial mapping camera, hardware and software to perform fully analytical and softcopy aerotriangulation, analytical and softcopy stereoplotter instrumentation for digital data collection of planimetric and topographic features, DTM, DEM data collection and manipulation of terrain data (to include DTED data sets), digital data editing facilities, airborne GPS and IMU capabilities for aircraft navigation and photo/sensor control; (3) ability to provide necessary survey equipment (GPS and conventional) and personnel to accomplish airborne global positioning system (ABGPS) controlled photogrammetry missions in a timely schedule; (4) demonstrate project management skills, tools and past experience monitoring multiple task orders simultaneously; (5) demonstrated quality control procedures and tools to insure quality photogrammetric mapping products; (6) demonstrate ability to acquire SECRET security clearances for personnel, facilities and equipment involved in the analysis, interpretation, cartographic, digitizing, and photographic reproduction of photogrammetric services required for each project. d. Past Performance: Past performance on Department of Defense and other contracts with respect to cost control, quality of work and compliance with performance schedules, as determined from ACASS/CPARS/PPIRS data, credible documentation included in the SF 330 and other sources. e. SB and SDB Participation: Extent of participation of SB, SDB, woman-owned businesses, HUB Zone and Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Businesses will be measured as a percentage of the estimated effort. f. Equitable Distribution of DOD Contracts: Evaluation will consider the Volume of DOD, A-E contract awards in the last 12 months. The objective is to achieve an equitable distribution of DOD, A-E contracts among qualified firms, by giving more consideration to firms with lower total volume. IV. SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS: Interested firms having the capabilities to perform this work must submit five (5) printed copies of their SF330, each containing Parts I and II of the SF330 information for the prime firm and Part II for all subcontractors/consultants to the address listed below, along with an electronic copy (on CD-ROM) not later than 3:00 p.m. local time on March 27, 2015. E-mails are not acceptable. Each copy shall be divided by tabs (dividers) separating Parts I and II, and tabs dividing the subsequent sections from each other (Note: Parts I, II, and Subsequent Sections are as defined in the SF330 Instructions). Include the firm's CAGE code on the SF330, Part 1, Section B. On the SF330, Part 1, Section C, provide the CAGE code for each subcontractor or consultant, if available. In SF 330, Part I, Section D, include an organization chart of the key personnel to be assigned to the project and a narrative describing how the organization will function, including how the QA/QC plan will be implemented. Those functions to be subcontracted out shall be clearly identified. In SF 330, Part I, indicate in Section C-11 or Section H if the prime contractor has worked with the proposed subcontractors in the past five years, estimate the percentage involvement of EACH SUBCONTRACTOR on the proposed team. Letters of commitment shall be submitted if credit for the experience and past performance of key subcontractors is desired. In Section H address how your team meets each selection criterion. Describe owned or leased equipment that will be used to perform this contract. Describe the firms overall Quality Management Plan (A project specific design quality control plan must be prepared and approved by the Government as a condition of contract award, but is not required with this submission). Provide a narrative discussing the capacity of the team to meet schedules, including adequacy of qualified personnel available and past experience in meeting tight schedules. Also include in section H the number and amount of fees awarded on DOD contracts for A-E services during the twelve months prior to this notice, including change orders and supplemental agreements for all branch offices. Do not include awards to overseas offices for projects outside the United States, its territories and possessions. Do not include awards to a subsidiary if the subsidiary is not normally subject to management decisions, bookkeeping, and policies of a holding or parent company or an incorporated subsidiary that operates under a firm name different from the parent company. Joint ventures shall submit the following additional documentation of the evidence of a joint venture entity: 1) Firms shall provide a copy of a legally binding joint venture agreement, and 2) Identification of the party who can legally bind the joint venture. The SF330 will have a limit of ten projects illustrating specialized experience. Mail your firm's submission of the SF330 to: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, St, Louis District, Contracting Division CEMVS-CT, 1222 Spruce St., St. Louis Mo. 63103-2833 ATTN: Mr. Archie Ringgenberg, Solicitation Number W912P9-15-R-0716. Mr. Ringgenberg can be reached at 314-331-8505 or via Email at archie.c.ringgenberg@usace.army.mil. Questions regarding this announcement must be in writing and shall be addressed to Mr. Roberto Escobedo at the above address or by Email at Roberto.L.Escobedo@usace.army.mil. Mr. Escobedo can also be reached at 314-331-8528. Solicitation packages are not provided. This is not a Request for Proposal for contract award. As required by acquisition regulations, interviews for the purpose of discussing prospective contractor's qualifications for the contract will be conducted only after submittal review by the selection board. Interviews will be conducted by telephone. Please check for amendments to this announcement after the publication date.

Domestic AE Services IDIQ

Department of State, Office of Acquisitions | Published October 16, 2015  -  Deadline December 9, 2015
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The U.S. Department of State (DOS), Office of Logistics Management, on behalf of the Real Property Management (RPM), has a requirement for qualified architectural/engineering firms (A/E) to provide comprehensive A/E services for various locations in the United States. The closing date for receipt of submissions was May 28, 2015. 52 responses were received. Stage 1 of the procurement has been completed. The following offerors have been selected to continue on to Stage 2 of the requirement: Beyer Blinder Belle of Washington D.C., Bell Architects, PC of Washington D.C., CEMS Engineering I Architecture of Ladson, SC, Collective Architecture of Washington D.C., Davis Brody Bond of New York, NY, EYP of Washington D.C., Geier Brown Renfrow Architects, LLC of Alexandria, VA, HGA Mid-Atlantic, Inc. of Alexandria, VA, IBI Group of Alexandria, VA, Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. of Arlington, VA, Celeste Hart Interior Architecture & Design Inc. and Bogg & Partners Architects Inc. (Joint Venture) of Annapolis, MD, Karn Charuhas Chapman & Twohey of Washington D.C., MTFA Architecture of Arlington, VA, OKKS Studios, Inc. of Chevy Chase, MD, OTJ Architects of Washington D.C., Page Southerland Page, Inc. of Washington D.C., Peck Peck & Associates, Inc. of Woodbridge, VA, Perkins + Will of Washington D.C., Quinn Evans Architects of Washington D.C., Ritter Norton Architects of Alexandria, VA, SAMAHA of Fairfax, VA, Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, LLP of Washington D.C., Sorg Architects of Washington D.C., VOA Associates Inc. of Washington D.C., Whitman, Requardt & Associates, LLP of Baltimore, MD, and Yost Grube Hall Architecture of Portland, OR.

Sencha EXT JS Pro Upgrade

Defense Information Systems Agency, Procurement Directorate | Published June 23, 2016  -  Deadline June 28, 2016
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The Office of the Secretary of Defense/ Cost Analysis & Program Evaluation (OSD/CAPE) requires brand-name, proprietary Sencha EXT JS Pro upgrade software and support, which includes Sencha Architect 3.5.

AE Photogrammetric & LiDAR Surveying & Mapping

Department of the Army, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers | Published September 16, 2015
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Architect-Engineer (A-E) Services for Photogrammetric and LiDAR Surveying and Mapping and related services to support the United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) offices, DOD installations, and other Federal Agencies, State, Local, and Tribal Governments

C--Firm Fixed Price Contract for Design of the FY16 PN45707 MCA Waste Water Treatment Plant, United States Military Academy, West Point for Architect Engineering Services.

Department of the Army, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers | Published April 8, 2015  -  Deadline May 7, 2015
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This is a combined synopsis/solicitation for commercial items prepared in accordance with the format in Subpart 12.6, as supplemented with additional information included in this notice. This announcement constitutes the only solicitation; proposals are being requested and a written solicitation will not be issued. This is a combined synopsis/solicitation for Architect Engineer Services including but not limited to provide services for Waste Water Treatment Plant (WWTP) planning and design with a design basis report, 30%, 60%. 90% and 100% final design submittals. CONTRACT INFORMATION: This contract is being procured in accordance with Public Law 92-582, the Brooks Act as implemented in FAR Subpart 36.6 and DFARS 236.6. The selection will be based on demonstrated competence and qualifications for the required work. One (1) A-E firm will be selected based on demonstrated competence and qualifications for the required work. One (1) firm fixed basic contract will be negotiated and awarded. The contract length is estimated to not exceed five (5) years. The contract amount is within the range of $5,000,000 to $10,000,000. NAICS CODE is 541330. The Size Standard is $15,000,000.00. The Solicitation Number is W912DS-15-AE-0001. Proposals are being requested and a written solicitation will not be used. The contract is procured as an Unrestricted Full and Open Competition. A firm fixed basic contract will be negotiated that includes level of efforts, labor rates for each discipline and overhead rates for the contract period that includes design, cost estimating, environmental, survey and geotechnical services. This announcement is unrestricted and open to all businesses regardless of size. If a large business is selected, it must comply with FAR 52.219-9 regarding the requirement for a subcontracting plan on that part of the work it intends to subcontract. The plan is not required with this submittal, but will be required with the fee proposal of the firm selected for negotiations. The contracted A-E firm will be required to use the following subcontracting goals (percentage of work) in their subcontracting plan. The FY 15 target goals are SB 40%, SDB 3.0%, WOSB 7.0%, HubZone 1.0%, Veteran-owned small business 2.0%, and service disabled veteran-owned small business 3.0%. To be eligible for contract award, a firm must have a DUNS number from Dun & Bradstreet (D&B) and be registered in the Department of Defense (DoD) System for Award Management (SAM). If you were not previously registered, please go to https://www.sam.gov. Instructions for new registration are also located at the following link: https://www.sam.gov/sam/transcript/Quick_Guide_for_Contract_Registrations_v1.7.pdf. Contractors may obtain information on registration and annual confirmation requirements at http://www.sam.gov or by calling (866) 606-8220. The contract is anticipated to be awarded in June 2015 and final design completed by May 2016. 2. PROJECT INFORMATION: This project will provide services for Waste Water Treatment Plant (WWTP) planning and design with a design basis report, 30%, 60%, 90% and 100% final design submittals. This project will replace the existing WWTP and will increase the capacity of the existing West Point WWTP from the current 2.06 million gallons per day (MGD) to 3.5 MGD (dry conditions)/7.0 MGD (wet conditions) gallons a day. The plant design shall meet the anticipated SPDES Permit effluent limitations. Primary facilities include primary, secondary and tertiary waste water treatment facilities, associated buildings, building information systems, fire protection and alarm systems, installation of closed-circuit television (CCTV), and Energy Monitoring and Control Systems (EMCS) connection. Sustainability/Energy measures will be provided. Supporting facilities include, site development, utilities and connections, lighting, paving, parking, walks, information systems, landscaping and signage. Heating will be provided by self-contained system. Measures in accordance with the Department of Defense (DoD) Minimum Antiterrorism for Buildings standards will apply. Facilities will be designed to a minimum life of 50 years in accordance with DOD Unified Facilities Code (UFC 1-200-02) including energy efficiencies, building envelope and integrated building systems performance. The Military Reservation is a Net-Zero Energy pilot installation. The design may have provisions for the energy that is consumed in operating the WWTP to be partially offset by the use of alternative energy systems. Access for individuals with disabilities will be provided. All pumps, piping, containment vessels, process equipment, buildings and control systems necessary for this capacity will be included in this project design. This project may provide tertiary treatment to produce reclaimed water suitable for irrigating athletic fields. The project site is located in the northeast portion of West Point property and will be a redevelopment of the existing Waste Water Treatment Plant site. The increase in facility requirements to accommodate capacity increase, results in the need for additional site area. The site may be expanded to the west, requiring excavation and stabilization of the adjacent steep slope. Portions of the Directorate of Intercollegiate Athletics (DIA) fields that adjoin the northern boundary of the existing WWTP will be utilized temporarily during construction for construction laydown/staging and temporary wastewater treatment facilities to maintain service while the existing plant is demolished and the new facility constructed. The treatment of wastewater flow from West Point shall not be disrupted during this project, construction phasing plans to accommodate demolition and temporary wastewater treatment will be provided with the design. A VE study will be done concurrently with the concept (30%) design and will require designer participation. AE will be responsible for preparing re-permitting documentation for NYSDEC. AE will be responsible for evaluation of the potential environmental impacts of the proposed project in accordance with the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) and Army regulation (AR 200-2). The selected AE will be required to provide design review services in Dr. Checks. The estimated construction cost of this project is in between $60,000,000 and $65,000,000. The design duration is approximately 330 calendar days from the issuance of the Notice to Proceed and must be complete by 1 May 2016 including 3 review periods. The A-E services may include but are not limited to the following: Site & Infrastructure/Seismic Design in accordance with the UFC's. Development of design criteria and basis of design. Design work analysis Technical specifications NEPA documentation and coordination. Historic Architecture and Section 106 consultation. Preparation of Permit applications. Preparation Final Design construction documents. Antiterrorism/Force Protection Design in accordance with applicable UFC's Sustainable Design/LEED/NET Zero Strategy Development Comprehensive Interior Design Building Information Modeling (BIM) Cost estimating using the latest version MII [M2] software Preparation of CADD. Deliverables in Building Information Modeling (BIM) format will be required. Drawings shall be prepared in accordance with the Architectural/Engineering/Construction (A/E/C) Computer-aided standard version (CADD). Construction phase services, including but not limited to: Design during construction Preparation of operation and maintenance manuals Providing technical assistance - responding to requests for information (RFIs) Shop Drawing Review - review of shop drawings and submittals Conduct site visits Commissioning/enhanced commissioning Fit-up design support. Project Start-up - coordinate with contractors to start up and conduct performance tests of the constructed project 3. SELECTION CRITERIA: The selection criteria for this contract are listed below in descending order of importance (first by major criterion and then by each sub-criterion). The following a thru f criteria are considered primary criteria while the criterion g through h are secondary and will only be used as quote mark tie-breakers quote mark among firms that are essentially technically equal. a. Specialized Experience and Technical Competence: Demonstrated experience in planning and design of Municipal Waste Water Treatment Plants (WWTP) between 1 and 5 MGD capacity. Demonstrated experience with NYSDEC permitting process and ability for compliance with their NYS professional engineer requirements. Demonstrated experience in design planning and scheduling management of fast track designs. Demonstrated experience in working on military installation projects Demonstrated experience in sustainable design using an integrated design approach and emphasizing environmental stewardship, with experience in energy and water conservation and efficiency; use of recovered and recycled materials; waste reduction; reduction or elimination of toxic and harmful substance in facilities construction and operation; efficiency in resource and material utilization; development of healthy, safe and productive work environments; and employing the LEED evaluation and certification methods. Demonstrated ability to produce Cost estimates using MII. The cost estimator and/or the subcontractor should demonstrate familiarity with the changing dynamics of the current construction market in the Tri-state New York Area with particular emphasis on the Mid-Hudson Valley Area of New York. Demonstrated ability to produce drawings in AutoCAD and AutoCAD Revit. Demonstrated ability to produce quality designs based on evaluation of a firm's design quality management plan (DQMP). The evaluation will consider the management approach, coordination of disciplines and subcontractors, quality control procedures, and prior experience of the prime firm and any significant subcontractors on similar projects. b. Demonstrate qualified personnel at a minimum in the following key disciplines: Principal Project Manager Architectural Mechanical Engineering Electrical Engineering Instrumentation & Controls Engineer Telecommunications Engineering Fire Protection engineering (see requirements below) Structural Engineering Civil Engineering Wastewater Engineer Environmental Engineer Certified Industrial Hygienist Quality Assurance Manager & all QA/QC Team Members Geotechnical Engineering Cost Estimating Land Surveyor Biologist (with EA preparation experience) Permit Preparers Accredited LEED specialist Anti-Terrorism/Force Protection Specialist (physical & electronic security) The evaluations will consider education, training, registration, voluntary certificates, overall and relevant experience, and longevity with the firm. Senior project personnel are required to be licensed and/or registered. Additional disciplines may be submitted as required by the AE for this type/size project and will be evaluated as the above. Fire Protection Engineering: The Services and Qualifications of Fire Protection Engineers are shown in Section 1.6 of UFC 3-600-01, and are reiterated here: A qualified fire protection engineer shall be an integral part of the design as it relates to fire protection. This includes, but is not limited to, building code analysis, life safety code analysis, design of automatic detection and suppression systems, water supply analysis, and a multi-discipline review of the entire project. For the purposes of meeting this requirement a qualified fire protection engineer is defined as an individual meeting one of the following conditions: i.) A registered professional engineer (P.E.) having a Bachelor of Science or Master of Science Degree in Fire Protection Engineering, from an accredited university engineering program, plus a minimum of 5 years' work experience in fire protection engineering. ii.) A registered professional engineer (P.E.) who has passed the National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveys (NCEE) fire protection engineering written examination. iii.) A registered professional engineer (P.E.) in a related engineering discipline with a minimum of 5 years experience, dedicated to fire protection engineering that can be verified with documentation. c. Past performance: Past performance on DoD and other contracts with respect to quality of work, cost control, and compliance with performance schedules, as determined by CPARS and other sources. d. Capacity: The A-E's are required to demonstrate how they will complete the design work by May 2016, given the employee capacity of the team. The evaluation will consider the availability of an adequate number of personnel in all key disciplines. e. Locality: Knowledge of the locality and location of the firm or office within the general geographical area of U.S. Military Academy at West Point, NY provided that application of this criterion leaves an appropriate number of qualified firms, given the nature and size of the project. Note: Firms are encouraged to submit from any geographical area. Secondary Selection criteria: f. Extent of participation of Small business, Veteran-owned small business, service-disabled small business, HUBZONE small business, small disadvantaged small business and woman-owned small business and minority institutions in the proposed contract team, measured as a percentage of the total estimated effort. g. Geographic proximity to the United States Military Academy and specifically knowledge of construction in the locale. h. Volume of work previously awarded to the firm by the Department of Defense, with the object of effecting an equitable distribution among qualified A/E firms, including small business, Veteran-owned small business, service-disabled small business, HUBZONE small business, small disadvantaged small business and woman-owned small business and minority institutions and firms that have not had prior DoD contracts. 4. SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS: Interested prime firms having the capabilities to perform these services must submit five (5) copies and one (1) CD copy in PDF format of a comprehensive SF 330 (06/2004 edition), which includes all sub-consultants information.The SF 330 can be found on the following GSAweb-site: http://www.gsa.gov/Portal/gsa/ep/home.do?tabId=0 The forms can be downloaded in a .pdf file type. Each key office on the team should indicate DUNS # in Block 4 of Part II of the SF330. Include the prime firm's CPARS number in Block H, SF 330. Total submittal page limitation is 75 pages. Section E is limited to 40 pages. Section F is limited to 10 pages. Supplemental information on the SF 330 is posted on the NY District USACE website: http://www.nan.usace.army.mil/BusinessWithUs/EngineeringDivision.aspx. Submit the completed SF330's to US Army Corps of Engineers, NY District, 26 Federal Plaza, New York, NY, 10278, Room 2037. Attn: Mr. Stephen Dibari, CENAN EN M. 917-790-8384. Submittals will not be accepted after 5:00 pm on the original response date shown in the advertisement in the FedBizOps. If the original response date falls on a Saturday, Sunday, or a Federal Holiday, the response date will moved to the next business day. Facsimile transmissions of the SF330 will not be accepted. For questions regarding this contract, contact at 917-790-8384 or e-mail: Stephen.Dibari@usace.army.mil. If a Pre-Selection meeting is required, notifications will not be sent after approval of the pre-selection. Notification of all firms will be made within ten (10) calendar days after selection approval. In addition to the two (2) items listed above, the remaining info on Release of information on firm selection shall be in accordance with UAI SUBPART 5.4 (USACE ACQUISITION INSTRUCTIONS). Interviews (discussions) will be held with all the most highly qualified firms as required by FAR 36.602-3(c). All firms will be interviewed by the same method (telephone, video teleconference or in person). Firms will be given sufficient advance notice to allow representatives to participate in the interviews or presentations. All firms will be asked similar questions. The questions will be related to the announced selection criteria including but not limited to, their experience, capabilities, capacity, organization, management, quality control procedures and approach for this project.