REPAIR EATONS NECK LIGHTHOUSE
Department of Homeland Security, United States Coast Guard (USCG) | Published June 28, 2016 - Deadline August 22, 2016
HSCGG1-16-R-PRV194ISSUE DATE: 28 June 2016
Contractor shall furnish all labor, material, equipment, transportation, disposal, supervision, and incidental related work necessary to Repair Eatons Neck Lighthouse, USCG ANT Long Island Sound, Northport, NY (Suffolk County).
The project includes the following tasks:• Interior repairs at the vestibule, including plaster and gypsum board patching, painting and new vinyl composition tile.• New asphalt shingle roofing, self-adhering bituminous membrane and underlayment at vestibule. Replace existing conduits and weatherheads.• Paint wood trim and exterior door, replace wood fascias and soffits, and repoint brickwork at vestibule.• Provide a new hollow metal door and frame from vestibule to tower• Remove vegetation from tower base• Remove rust. Prime and paint interior cast iron surfaces, including decks, landings, spiral stairs, hatches, ladder, lantern framing, railings, and other exposed iron surfaces. Remove paint from copper surfaces; prime and paint. Protect Fresnel lens during the work; do not paint bronze lens mount.• Remove rust. Prime and paint exterior cast iron surfaces, including decks, landings, ladder, landing, railings, cast iron watch deck panels, cast iron cornice, and other exposed iron surfaces. Remove paint from exterior bronze and copper surfaces; prime and paint.• Clean interior exposed masonry, and coat with mineral silicate coating. • Patch existing damaged brownstone with Jahn M70 mortar where indicated on elevations. Average stone face size is 13" high x 27" long; some vary.• Patch an additional 100 square feet (surface area) of existing damaged brownstone with Jahn M70 mortar. Locations will be determined by the contracting officer's representative.• Repoint cracks in mortar joints where indicated. Repoint 400 linear feet of deteriorated mortar joints; exact locations will be determined by the contracting officer's representative.• After repointing and stone repair is complete, coat exterior stone and brick at tower with mineral silicate coating.• Repair (5) cast iron windows. Remove rust, repair hardware, replace broken components and reglaze. Windows shall be made operable and shall be capable of closing securely, with no gaps or daylight visible between framing members. Prime and paint windows. Windows date from 1858 and 1868, and are believed to be imported from France; all replacement parts shall be custom fabricated for each window. No off-the-shelf-parts are available.• At lantern, temporarily remove copper vent ball, disconnect grounding cable and protect opening from rain/weather penetration. Provide new copper lightning rod, threaded stainless steel tension rod, and nut. Repair top of vent ball and base. Reinstall vent ball and reattach grounding cable to new lightning rod.• Provide new stainless steel door at watch deck; reproduce features of existing door. Prime and paint new door.• Remove rusted iron lintel assembly above window below cornice. Provide new stainless steel lintels. Paint new lintels. Repair masonry adjacent to lintels.• Repair cast iron cornice with Belzona plastic metal. Cut/chip out damaged areas, and remove rust before applying compound.• Repair pitted/eroded cast iron with Belzona plastic metal at various locations (9 square feet of surface area). Cut/chip out damaged areas, and remove rust before applying compound. Exact locations shall be approved by the contracting officer's representative.• Provide (6) new bronze astragals where existing astragals are bent. Exact locations shall be approved by the contracting officer's representative.• Remove existing lantern glazing and reglaze (20) 1/4" thick glass panes. Existing lantern is a decagon. Glazing is held in place by bronze astragals, which serve as glazing bars.The above list is an outline of the work only and not intended to be a substitute for the detailed requirements of the drawings and specifications.
This acquisition is issued pursuant to FAR Part 15 and is a best value procurement utilizing the tradeoff process. Evaluation factors will include price, past performance, and technical experience on similar projects.
The anticipated construction performance period is 165 calendar days after the Notice to Proceed is issued. The estimated cost range of this project is between $250,000 and $500,000. Bid, payment, and performance bonds will be required if the contract price exceeds $150,000. The applicable North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) code is 237990, Other Heavy and Civil Engineering Construction with a small business size standard of $36.5M.
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