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H--Water Testing - WILMINGTON VAMC

Department of Veterans Affairs, Network Contracting Office 4 | Published November 24, 2015
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This Requirement is 100% set-aside for Small Businesses. The Wilmington VA Medical Center is soliciting quotes under Solicitation No. VA244-16-Q-0196 for the following: To provide services to conducting quarterly environmental water testing for Legionella, quarterly environmental testing of dental water lines, monthly dialysis water sampling and testing of Limulus amoebocyte lystate (LAL) and Colony Count CC Tests, and annual chemical composition testing of samples. The Government intends to issue a Request for Proposal (RFP) and award a Firm-Fixed-Price (FFP) contract to the responsible offeror whose proposal constitutes the lowest price technically acceptable to the Government using procedures in accordance with FAR Parts 13.5. This acquisition will be 100% set-aside for Small Businesses only. The North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) for this requirement is 541380 with a small business size standard of $15 million. All interested and responsible parties may submit a quote following solicitation release. The solicitation number is VA244-16-Q-0196. It is anticipated that the solicitation will be posted to the Federal Business Opportunities (FBO) website on or about November 25, 2015. Offerors must be registered in the System for Award Management (SAM) database (http://www.sam.gov) and complete online Representations and Certifications at (http://www.sam.gov). See FAR Clause 52.204-7.

Remedial Investigation

Department of the Army, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers | Published July 12, 2016
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This is a non-personal services contract to provide continued execution of Modesto Groundwater Superfund Site, Remedial Investigation (RI) located in located in Modesto, California. The Government shall not exercise any supervision or control over the contract service providers performing the services herein. Such contract service providers shall be accountable solely to the primary contractor who, in turn is responsible to the Government.The Contractor shall provide all qualified personnel, management, supervision, materials, and other items and non-personal services necessary to perform the treatability design study for Electro-kinetic enhancement of in-situ chemical oxidation remediation process as defined in this Performance Work Statement (PWS). No work shall be accomplished beyond what is specified in this PWS unless specifically directed by the Contracting OfficerTask 1- Project Planning Meeting/MeetingsVapor Intrusion SamplingAdditional Sampling as needed (Optional)

65--644-16-3-225-0075 BSC and Chem Fume Hood Certifications

Department of Veterans Affairs, Phoenix VAMC | Published June 22, 2016  -  Deadline June 30, 2016
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This is a SOURCES SOUGHT ANNOUNCEMENT ONLY. It is neither a solicitation announcement nor a request for proposals or quotes and does not obligate the Government to award a contract. Requests for a solicitation will not receive a response. Responses to this sources sought must be in writing. The purpose of this sources sought announcement is for market research to make appropriate acquisition decisions and to gain knowledge of potential qualified Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Businesses, Veteran Owned Small Businesses, 8(a), HubZone and other Small Businesses interested and capable of providing the services described below. Documentation of technical expertise must be presented in sufficient detail for the Government to determine that your company possesses the necessary functional area expertise and experience to compete for this acquisition. Responses to this notice shall include the following: (a) company name (b) address (c) point of contact (d) phone, fax, and email (e) DUNS number (f) Cage Code (g) Tax ID Number (h) Type of small business, e.g. Services Disabled Veteran Owned small Business, Veteran-owned small business, 8(a), HUBZone, Women Owned Small Business, Small disadvantaged business, or Small Business HUBZone business and (i) must provide a capability statement that addresses the organizations qualifications and ability to perform as a contractor for the work described below. The Phoenix VA Health Care System (PVAHCS), located at 650 E. Indian School Rd. Phoenix, AZ 85012 is seeking a potential qualified contractor that can provide comprehensive testing and certification services for the Pathology & Laboratory Services Management (P&LMS) biosafety cabinets and chemical fume hoods, the annual ventilation pressure assessment of the BSL-3 Suite located in the Lab in accordance with ASHRE 110-2016 and one Baker biological safety cabinet USP 797 located in the Room 2340 Research Pharmacy. This will also include testing and certification services for the Building 21 for the Research Service for the biosafety cabinets and chemical fume hoods. The contractor is responsible for providing all parts, labor, travel, tools, telephone support, and preventative maintenance inspections. Any prospective contractors must be authorized/certified to provide the required service from the manufacturer and must show proof with any provided documents at the time of responding to this Sources Sought announcement. 2. Specifications: a. The Contractor is required to have the following current accreditations: (1) NEBB (National Environment Balancing Bureau) - Cleanroom Performance Testing (2) CETA Registered Cleanroom Professional for Sterile Compounding Facilities (3) NSF Standard 49 (National Sanitation Foundation) - Class II Biological Safety Cabinets (4) American Board of Industrial Hygiene CIH (Certified Industrial Hygienist) (5) Copy of current accreditations must be submitted with your proposal. b. The work is to be performed in accordance of the following standards: (1) American Society for Heating, Refrigeration and Air-conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) 110-2016 Standard 110-2016 -- Method of Testing Performance of Laboratory Fume Hoods to ensure that Face velocities of 0.4 m/sec to 0.6 m/sec (80 ft/min to 120 ft/min) generally provide containment if the hood location requirements and laboratory ventilation criteria of this standard are met. (2) National Sanitation Foundation (NSF) Standard 49 for the testing and certification of class II biological safety cabinets. (3) The U.S. Pharmacopeia's (USP 797) General Chapter , Pharmaceutical Compounding Sterile-Preparations establishes the minimum standards required for a facility to perform high quality compounded sterile preparations (CSPs). (4) Controlled Environment Testing Association (CETA), which provides work practices and guidelines for industry professionals working with equipment such as cleanrooms, laminar flow devices, fume hoods, biological safety cabinets, isolation rooms and other controlled environments. Important information: The Government is not obligated to nor will it pay for or reimburse any costs associated with responding to this sources sought synopsis request. This notice shall not be construed as a commitment by the Government to issue a solicitation or ultimately award a contract, nor does it restrict the Government to a particular acquisition approach. The Government will in no way be bound to this information if any solicitation is issued. The VA is mandated by Public Law 109-461 to consider a total set-aside for Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business set aside. However, if response by Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business firms proves inadequate, an alternate set-aside or full and open competition may be determined. No sub-contracting opportunity is anticipated. The North American Classification System (NAICS) code for this acquisition is 811219 ($20.5M). Notice to potential offerors: All offerors who provide goods or services to the United States Federal Government must be registered in the System for Award Management (SAM) at www.sam.gov and complete Online Representations and Certifications Application (ORCA). Additionally, all Service Disabled Veteran Owned Businesses or Veteran Owned Businesses who respond to a solicitation on this project must be registered with the Department of Veterans Affairs Center for Veterans Enterprise VetBiz Registry located at http://vip.vetbiz.gov. All interested Offerors should submit information by e-mail to gary.smith4@va.gov ; and shall be received no later than 3:00 pm Arizona Mountain Standard Time on June 30, 2016.

Environmental Services at Nellis Air Force Base, The Nevada Test and Training Range, Creech Air Force Base and Angel Peak, Nevada

Department of the Army, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers | Published September 24, 2015
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The contractor shall provide all personnel, equipment, supplies, facilities, transportation, tools, materials, supervision, and other items and non-personal services necessary to perform environmental services for the NAFB as defined in this Performance Work Statement (PWS) except for those items specified as Government furnished property and services. The contractor shall perform to the standards in this contract.Basic Services: The Contractor shall provide all qualified personnel, management, supervision, equipment including personal protective equipment, supplies, materials, and other items and non-personal services necessary to perform environmental support services for the Air Force as defined in this Performance Work Statement (PWS). No work shall be accomplished beyond what is specified in this PWS unless specifically directed by the Contracting Officer. The Basic Task are described in more specific detail in the following subsections. 5.2Kick-Off Meeting: The Contractor shall attend a Project kick-off meeting or teleconference within 30 days of contract award to discuss task requirements and expectations. 5.3Task 1 - Inventory, AEI Data Management: The Contractor shall conduct the regulatory Air Emission Inventories (AEI) for Nellis AFB, and Creech AFB (including Angel Peak). This includes but not limited to conducting site visits, reviewing all applicable permits and regulations, identifying emission units with the reporting requirements, collecting all necessary data, updating the database in the Air Program Information Management System (APIMS) software, calculating the emissions and providing the necessary report to the Clark County Department of Air Quality (DAQ), USACE, and the Nellis AFB project manager. The Contractor shall provide technical assistance and maintain APIMS database for Nellis AFB and Creech AFB (including Angel Peak) on a quarterly basis to add/remove emission units, add/remove compliance measures, update compliance forms, and recommend implementation of new programs or changes, and provide training for Nellis Air Quality Program Manager (AQPM). Queries to extract miscellaneous chemical data shall be produced in a reportable format acceptable to the Nellis AFB and Clark County Department of Air Quality (DAQ). The current permit update and compliance module activation will facilitate Nellis AFB with meeting the record keeping requirements outlined in the Nellis AFB Title V Permit and Creech AFB Title V permit (including Angel Peak). The Contractor shall prepare a Technical Memorandum documenting the development and structure of the compliance modules with corresponding user instructions and sample outputs. 5.4 Task 2 - Permit Renewal and Title V Fees: The Contractor shall be responsible for payment of Title V regulatory fees for Nellis AFB, Creech AFB (including Angel Peak). The Contractor shall coordinate with the Air Force to identify the required fees. For purposes of this proposal, the Contractor shall assume fees will consist of emission unit review fees, annual emission and unit fees, authority to construct (ATC) application fees, ATC review fees, source test fees, emission reduction credit fees, and other miscellaneous fees as required by Clark County District Air Quality (DAQ). The Contractor shall provide the Nellis Air Quality Program Manager (AQPM) with a copy of the receipt within five (5) days of payment and shall also include it with the corresponding monthly technical progress report. The pricing for the effort to coordinate and make payment has been previously funded in the associated CLIN 0058 of W912PP-14-C-0008. 5.5Task 3 - SAM, Waste Characterization Lab Analysis: The Contractor shall characterize all waste streams and shall maintain complete and accurate profile sheets in accordance with DLA Disposition Services requirements. Completed profile sheets will be coordinated by the Contractor with the base hazardous waste program manager for final approval. To the extent possible, waste will be characterized without sampling and analysis. Characterization may require the following: The Contractor shall draw samples from solid waste and prepare samples for shipment or delivery to a laboratory designated by the waste program manager. All samples shall be collected, preserved, and managed in accordance with EPA publication SW-846, Test Methods for Evaluating Solid Waste, Physical/Chemical Methods. The Contractor shall also initiate Chain of Custody Documents for all samples. All sample results, copies of chain of custody, and filed notes shall be maintained as part of the hazardous waste automated tracking system. Selection of laboratories, sampling methods, analysis methods, and specific analytical tests will be coordinated with each base HWPM, or environmental function. The Contractor shall review and interpret sampling results and document on the DLA Disposition Services profile sheet, and submit to the hazardous waste program manager within 24 hours.

Lorentz Barrel and Drum (LBD) Superfund Site-

Department of the Army, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers | Published July 12, 2016
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This is a non-personal services contract to provide continued execution of Lorentz Barrel and Drum (LBD) Superfund Site Remediation, through the Focused Feasibility Study, EK Pilot Study located in San Jose, California. The Government shall not exercise any supervision or control over the contract service providers performing the services herein. Such contract service providers shall be accountable solely to the primary contractor who, in turn is responsible to the Government. Basic Services: The Contractor shall provide all qualified personnel, management, supervision, materials, and other items and non-personal services necessary to perform the treatability design study for Electro-kinetic enhancement of in-situ chemical oxidation remediation process as defined in this Performance Work Statement (PWS). No work shall be accomplished beyond what is specified in this PWS unless specifically directed by the Contracting Officer. 5.2 Kick-Off Meeting: The Contractor shall attend a Project kick-off meeting or teleconference within 30 days of contract award to discuss task requirements and expectations. 5.3 Task 1- Project Planning Meeting Within two weeks of contract award, a planning meeting (conference call) shall be held, attended by the Contractor, USACE, USEPA and the FS Contractor. The purpose of the meeting is to facilitate development of the project SAP. Discussions will include: historical data, conceptual site model, potential source areas. The general strategy and logistics for implementing the TRIAD-type investigation will be discussed and agreed upon by the project team. The Contractor shall provide a project schedule and meeting summary within 5 days after the meeting. 5.4 Task 2- Single Dipole (Heating) Pilot Test This task is modified as a result of changing the oxidant from permanganate to persulfate. The use of persulfate requires an activation step that was not needed when permanganate was assumed to be the oxidant of choice. In addition, it has been found that soil moisture content at the site is adequate, and a saturation stage of this test will not be necessary. The primary data need for this test is now to determine the time necessary for heating the treatment zone to the target activation temperature. Voltage and temperature distribution will also be evaluated. This test will demonstrate whether the overall engineering approach is suitable to the site and whether acceptable rates on oxidant transport and activation heating can be achieved. During implementation of the field work, the Contractor shall provide electronic correspondence to the USACE and EPA technical team at least weekly to provide status and results of testing. At the end of each phase, the Government will direct the Contractor to proceed with the next phase, if it is determined to be appropriate to satisfy project objectives. 5.4.1 Task 2a - System DesignThe Contractor shall develop the layout of the monitoring system for the heating test and the details of construction and performance of the test. The design shall be documented in a Work Plan Addendum, which shall be provided in draft and final editions. This addendum is expected to be brief; less than 20 pages. It is initially assumed that the electrode configuration used in the previously performed conductivity test will be used, and will be sufficient to heat the soil to the target temperature. To accomplish heating, the electrodes must be switched from DC power to AC power. The conclusions of the laboratory work identified some uncertainty as to whether the materials of the electrodes used in the conductivity test will be effective for the heating test. The design plan shall include the possibility of performing a second run of the heating test using a different material in the electrodes. 5.4.2 Task 2b - Construction PhaseThe Contractor shall install 10 three-stage voltage/temperature monitoring probes and provide all tanks, pumps, piping, power supply, control systems, and instrumentation necessary to complete the heating test. This task shall include mobilization costs and disposal of all waste materials. In addition, during construction of the probes, the Contractor shall collect the site baseline soil and groundwater samples. Quantities of samples, analytical methods, and other procedures shall be in accordance with the existing sampling and analysis plan. 5.4.3 Task 2c - Field Testing PhaseThe field testing includes application of AC power to heat the treatment zone to a target temperature for activation of the oxidation. Data from the voltage/temperature probes shall be collected to characterize the 3-dimentional distribution of the electric field and the temperature. The work plan addendum developed under Task 2a shall include criteria for determining completion of the soil heating. 5.4.5 Task 2e - Single Dipole (Heating) Pilot Test ReportFollowing completion of the field work, the Contractor shall submit a letter report of the findings as specified in Technical Exhibit 2. The report shall summarize the site activities, present the data gathered, and discuss impacts of the data to the subsequent full-scale pilot test. 5.5 Task 3 - Full-Scale Pilot Test System Installation The Contractor shall complete installation of the full scale pilot system as currently specified below and in the existing work plan with the exception that the electrode array shall be reduced. It is now required that only two additional electrodes shall be installed under Task 3. 5.5.1 Task 3a - System DesignSimilarly to Task 2a, the Contractor shall prepare a Work Plan Addendum to finalize the pilot system layout design and operating requirements. This plan shall also be brief, and prepared in draft and final editions. 5.5.2 Task 3b - System InstallationThe Contractor shall install the two additional electrodes, power supply, and all appurtenances necessary to conduct the full-scale pilot test as specified here and in the Work Plan Addendum. The Contractor shall mobilize all staff, materials, and equipment necessary to install the pilot test system. The Contractor shall arrange for all utility hook-ups to provide an operational system. In addition to monitoring points specifically required for the pilot test, the Contractor shall install two (2) groundwater monitoring wells to depths approximately 35 feet bgs. The screen interval shall be 10 feet in length starting from the top of the B Aquifer. These wells will be used by EPA following the test to observe the effects of the treatment at the pilot test location on concentrations in the groundwater following the test. The contractor shall collect groundwater samples from these wells as specified in Section 5.8. During system installation, weekly progress reports shall be provided to USACE and EPA via electronic mail as specified in Technical Exhibit 2. The reports shall identify activities performed during the week, schedule status, coordination issues, difficulties encountered, and any directions given. 5.6 Task 4 - Report of Findings The Contractor shall prepare the Report of Findings which shall include• Description of all site activities• General system performance discussion• Operating parameters and system control issues• Power demand• Oxidant supply rate• VOC reduction achieved• Recommended O&M requirements for full-scale implementation.• Any other information that may be important to the development of the conceptual full-scale design and cost in the Feasibility Study.The Report shall be prepared and delivered in draft, draft-final, and final editions as specified in Technical Exhibit 2. 5.7 Option 1 - Full-Scale Pilot Test System Operation The contractor shall operate the full-scale pilot test system as specified here and in the Work Plan 5.7.1 Option 1a - System Operation. Under this sub-task the Contractor shall perform all inspections, maintenance, system adjustments, oxidant additions, and data collection to operate the system for 90 consecutive days. The operation activities shall be performed as specified and scheduled in the work plan, unless otherwise coordinated through USACE, EPA, and approved by the COR. The Contractor shall provide bi-weekly status reports via e-mail as specified in Technical Exhibit 2. These reports shall provide content similar to that of the system installation reports and shall include, as an attachment, any sampling data as it becomes available. 5.8 Option 2- Sampling and analysis. Soil and groundwater samples shall be collected to demonstrate the degree of contaminant reduction during the 90-day operation. For this subtask the Contractor shall perform/provide all sample collection, laboratory analysis, data management, and data validation. Soil sampling shall be accomplished using a DPT rig to collect samples at locations identified in the work plan. Two soil sampling events shall be accomplished in Task 3; one during operation, and a final event three months after operation. Quantities of samples shall be as planned in the initial Work Plan. The analytical suite shall also remain the same, except that the method for analysis of manganese shall be replaced by an appropriate method to evaluate persulfate concentration.Groundwater samples shall be collected from the two monitoring wells installed under Task 3b. Three groundwater sampling events shall be accomplished; one baseline event before operation, one event immediately following the operation period, and a final event three months after operation. In each event, 2 primary samples shall be analyzed for each of the following analytes: volatile organics, total organic carbon, and metals. Quality control samples shall be collected in accordance with the accepted Sampling and Analysis Plan.Option 3 - Field testing Phase - Alternative ElectrodesIn the event that the electrodes used in the first attempted heating test were not capable of providing adequate heating under AC power, the Contractor shall repeat the test with electrodes of an alternative material as specified in the work plan addendum.
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