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S--Riverside HEADSTONE CLEANING

Department of Veterans Affairs, VA National Cemetery Administration Centralized Contracting Division | Published June 23, 2016  -  Deadline August 19, 2016
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This acquisition is a Prospective 100% set aside for Small Business. If Two or more interested Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) respond, then the solicitation to acquire services described below, shall be 100% Set-aside to SDVOSB. The NAICS Code is 812220 (Cemeteries and Crematories) $20.5 size standard. Please note: That this is not a request for quotes or proposals; this is a pre-solicitation notice to inform all interested Small Businesses that the VA National Cemetery Administration, Pacific District as directed by the VA Riverside National Cemetery, will solicit a Set-Aside proposal. This Request for Proposal (RFP) shall be under No: VA786-16-R-0236. Contract award will consist of One Base year and 4 one year option; a total of five years. A RFP solicitation is currently not available. The intent of an awarded contract shall be Headstone Cleaning services for the Cemetery. Subject to all terms, conditions, provisions, and schedules of the contract; contractor shall furnish all equipment, parts, materials, supplies, labor, and supervision necessary and incidental to the work required. The evaluation factors are as follows Lowest Price Technically Acceptable (LPTA). BACKGROUND: The VA National Cemeteries are a resting place for our nation's heroes and as such, the standards for management, maintenance and appearance of these cemeteries have been established by the VA National Cemetery Administration (NCA) to reflect this nation's concern and respect for those interred there. NCA mission is to honor veterans with a final resting place and lasting memorials that commemorate their service to our nation. National Cemeteries are National Shrines. The standards of maintenance and appearance at these cemeteries shall reflect this nation's concern for those interred. PROGRAM OBJECTIVES: The purpose of this Pre-solicitation is to obtain a contractor to support the Riverside National Cemetery and the National Cemetery administration. Location of Services: Riverside National Cemetery 22495 Van Buren Blvd. Riverside, CA 92518 Participation in this effort is strictly voluntary. All costs associated with responding to this Presolicition Notice will be solely at the interested respondent's expense. The objective of this Presolicition Notice is to allow industry the opportunity to provide comments to the VA NCA Pacific District. Review of the responses to the Presolicition Notice will focus on the offeror's technical input and clarification of requirements. Presolicition Notice Response Due Date: The VA NCA Pacific District will only entertain written communication; no verbal communions will be accepted. Please submit written information via e-mail to Joseph Mendoza, Contracting Officer, at joseph.mendoza1@va.gov no later than 08 July 2016 4:00 p.m. Pacific time. Presolicition Response Contact: Respondents to this Presolicition Notice shall designate a primary and one alternate point of contact within the company (Name, Address, Email, and Telephone). Clarification of Presolicition Notice Responses: To fully comprehend the information contained within a response to this Presolicition Notice, there may be a need to seek further clarification from those responding. This clarification may be requested in the form of brief verbal communication by telephone; written communication; electronic communication; or a request for a presentation of the response to a specific VA NCA Pacific District group or groups. The VA NCA Pacific District reserves the right to seek additional information from those respondents identified with unique solutions that are determined to be beneficial to the VA NCA Pacific District. CLIN ITEM EST. QTY UNIT 01 Headstone Cleaning and Maintenance (B1 Flat Bronze 12 x 24) 72175 EA 01a Headstone Cleaning and Maintenance ( Z1 Flat Bronze Niche 5 ½ x 8 ½) 2071 EA 01b Headstone Cleaning and Maintenance Memorial Marker (B1 Flat Bronze 12 x 24) 1143 EA 01c Headstone Cleaning and Maintenance (J1 Flat Granite 12 x 24) 6531 EA 01d Headstone Cleaning and Maintenance (L1 Flat Granite 12 x 18) 76359 EA

S--New contract, Dry Cleaning service for Cemetery Reps uniforms . POC Yolanda Crowe 951-653-8417 Ext: 260 COR Oliver Villalobos 951-653-8417 ext 808 New FY2017 Base contract with 4 option years. Base Year from

Department of Veterans Affairs, VA National Cemetery Administration Centralized Contracting Division | Published June 23, 2016  -  Deadline August 15, 2016
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This acquisition is a Prospective 100% set aside for Small Business. If Two or more interested Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) respond, then the solicitation to acquire services described below, shall be 100% Set-aside to SDVOSB. The NAICS Code is 812320 (Drycleaning and Laundry Services (except Coin-Operated) $5.5 Million size standard. Please note: That this is not a request for quotes or proposals; this is a pre-solicitation notice to inform all interested Small Businesses that the VA National Cemetery Administration, Pacific District as directed by the VA Riverside National Cemetery, will solicit a Set-Aside proposal. This Request for Proposal (RFP) shall be under No: VA786-16-Q-0235. Contract award will consist of One Base year and 4 one year option; a total of five years. A RFQ solicitation is currently not available. The intent of an awarded contract shall be to Dry Cleaning services for the Cemetery employees. Subject to all terms, conditions, provisions, and schedules of the contract; contractor shall furnish all equipment, parts, materials, supplies, labor, and supervision necessary and incidental to the work required. The evaluation factors are as follows Lowest Price Technically Acceptable (LPTA). BACKGROUND: The VA National Cemeteries are a resting place for our nation's heroes and as such, the standards for management, maintenance and appearance of these cemeteries have been established by the VA National Cemetery Administration (NCA) to reflect this nation's concern and respect for those interred there. NCA mission is to honor veterans with a final resting place and lasting memorials that commemorate their service to our nation. National Cemeteries are National Shrines. The standards of maintenance and appearance at these cemeteries shall reflect this nation's concern for those interred. PROGRAM OBJECTIVES: The purpose of this Pre-solicitation is to obtain a contractor to support the Riverside National Cemetery and the National Cemetery administration. Location of Services: Riverside National Cemetery, 22495 Van Buren Blvd. Riverside, CA 92518 Participation in this effort is strictly voluntary. All costs associated with responding to this Presolicition Notice will be solely at the interested respondent's expense. The objective of this Presolicition Notice is to allow industry the opportunity to provide comments to the VA NCA Pacific District. Review of the responses to the Presolicition Notice will focus on the offeror's technical input and clarification of requirements. Presolicition Notice Response Due Date: The VA NCA Pacific District will only entertain written communication; no verbal communions will be accepted. Please submit written information via e-mail to Joseph Mendoza, Contracting Officer, at joseph.mendoza1@va.gov no later than 08 July 2016 4:00 p.m. Pacific time. Presolicition Response Contact: Respondents to this Presolicition Notice shall designate a primary and one alternate point of contact within the company (Name, Address, Email, and Telephone). Clarification of Presolicition Notice Responses: To fully comprehend the information contained within a response to this Presolicition Notice, there may be a need to seek further clarification from those responding. This clarification may be requested in the form of brief verbal communication by telephone; written communication; electronic communication; or a request for a presentation of the response to a specific VA NCA Pacific District group or groups. The VA NCA Pacific District reserves the right to seek additional information from those respondents identified with unique solutions that are determined to be beneficial to the VA NCA Pacific District.

99--New Contract, Contractor shall provide all labor, material, equipment, tools, and supplies for marker cleaning and marker edging maintenance service.

Department of Veterans Affairs, VA National Cemetery Administration Centralized Contracting Division | Published February 5, 2016
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S--GROUNDS MAINTENANCE OPERATION FOR GOLDEN GATE NATIONAL New RFP due to the Protest on the initial solicitation. VA786-16-R-0051

Department of Veterans Affairs, VA National Cemetery Administration Centralized Contracting Division | Published December 2, 2015  -  Deadline December 18, 2015
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This acquisition is a Prospective 100% set aside for Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB). The NAICS Code is 812220 (Cemeteries and Crematories) $20.5 Million size standard. Please note: That this is not a request for quotes or proposals; this is a pre-solicitation notice to inform all interested parties that the VA National Cemetery Administration as directed by the VA Golden Gate National Cemetery will solicit a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) Set-Aside proposal. The Request for Proposal (RFP) shall be under No: VA786-16-R-0051. Contract award will consist of One Base year and 4 one year option; a total of five years. A RFP solicitation is currently not available. The intent of an awarded contract shall be to maintain Cemetery Grounds. Operations which includes: Interments, headstone maintenance, irrigation maintenance, tree and turf Maintenance, trash/debris removal, and facilities Maintenance. The Contractor shall maintain the cemetery facility 365 calendar day. Subject to all terms, conditions, provisions, and schedules of the contract; contractor shall furnish all equipment, parts, materials, supplies, labor, and supervision necessary and incidental to the work required. The evaluation factors are as follows Technical, Past Performance, and Price. Technical and Past-Performance when combined are significantly more important than cost/Price. BACKGROUND: The VA National Cemeteries are a resting place for our nation's heroes and as such, the standards for management, maintenance and appearance of these cemeteries have been established by the VA National Cemetery Administration (NCA) to reflect this nation's concern and respect for those interred there. NCA mission is to honor veterans with a final resting place and lasting memorials that commemorate their service to our nation. National Cemeteries are National Shrines. The standards of maintenance and appearance at these cemeteries shall reflect this nation's concern for those interred. PROGRAM OBJECTIVES The purpose of this Statement of Objectives is to obtain a contractor to support the Golden Gate National Cemetery. Interments Disinterments/Disurnments Headstone Setting and Alignment Headstone Cleaning and Maintenance Headstone Raise, Lower, Realign & Reset Gravesite Maintenance Cemetery Grounds Management Plan Turf Renovation Turf Maintenance - Fertilization Turf Maintenance - Pest Control Turf Maintenance - Mowing, Trimming & Edging Turf Maintenance - Aerification Turf Maintenance - Dethatching Turf Maintenance - Topdressing Tree, Shrub, Planting Bed Maintenance Tree, Shrub & Groundcover Planting Irrigation System Management Irrigation System Scheduled Maintenance Irrigation Maintenance & Repair Drainage System Maintenance Trash/Debris Management Pavement Sweeping and Cleaning Exterior Structure Maintenance Janitorial Service Ceremonies Contractor Responsibilities

S--GROUNDS MAINTENANCE OPERATION FOR GOLDEN GATE NATIONAL

Department of Veterans Affairs, VA National Cemetery Administration Centralized Contracting Division | Published June 26, 2015  -  Deadline August 21, 2015
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This acquisition is a Prospective 100% set aside for Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB). The NAICS Code is 812220 (Cemeteries and Crematories) $20.5 Million size standard. Please note: That this is not a request for quotes or proposals; this is a pre-solicitation notice to inform all interested parties that the VA National Cemetery Administration as directed by the VA Golden Gate National Cemetery will solicit a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) Set-Aside proposal. The Request for Proposal (RFP) shall be under No: VA786-15-R-0280. Contract award will consist of One Base year and 4 one year option; a total of five years. A RFP solicitation is currently not available. The intent of an awarded contract shall be to maintain Cemetery Grounds. Operations which includes: Interments, headstone maintenance, irrigation maintenance, tree and turf Maintenance, trash/debris removal, and facilities Maintenance. The Contractor shall maintain the cemetery facility 365 calendar day. Subject to all terms, conditions, provisions, and schedules of the contract; contractor shall furnish all equipment, parts, materials, supplies, labor, and supervision necessary and incidental to the work required. The evaluation factors are as follows Technical, Past Performance, and Price. Technical and Past-Performance when combined are significantly more important than cost/Price. BACKGROUND: The VA National Cemeteries are a resting place for our nation's heroes and as such, the standards for management, maintenance and appearance of these cemeteries have been established by the VA National Cemetery Administration (NCA) to reflect this nation's concern and respect for those interred there. NCA mission is to honor veterans with a final resting place and lasting memorials that commemorate their service to our nation. National Cemeteries are National Shrines. The standards of maintenance and appearance at these cemeteries shall reflect this nation's concern for those interred. PROGRAM OBJECTIVES The purpose of this Statement of Objectives is to obtain a contractor to support the Golden Gate National Cemetery. Interments Disinterments/Disurnments Headstone Setting and Alignment Headstone Cleaning and Maintenance Headstone Raise, Lower, Realign & Reset Gravesite Maintenance Cemetery Grounds Management Plan Turf Renovation Turf Maintenance - Fertilization Turf Maintenance - Pest Control Turf Maintenance - Mowing, Trimming & Edging Turf Maintenance - Aerification Turf Maintenance - Dethatching Turf Maintenance - Topdressing Tree, Shrub, Planting Bed Maintenance Tree, Shrub & Groundcover Planting Irrigation System Management Irrigation System Scheduled Maintenance Irrigation Maintenance & Repair Drainage System Maintenance Trash/Debris Management Pavement Sweeping and Cleaning Exterior Structure Maintenance Janitorial Service Ceremonies Contractor Responsibilities

S--Camp Butler National Cemetery Uniform Services

Department of Veterans Affairs, VA National Cemetery Administration Centralized Contracting Division | Published June 29, 2016  -  Deadline July 21, 2016
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Camp Butler National Cemetery in Springfield, IL 62707 is looking for a weekly uniform rental and laundering service. Two sizes of floor mats are to be included in the rental and cleaning. These uniforms have four different patches on them and there is one uniform in a non-standard size. ITEM QUANTITY 3x5 Gray Mat 3 4x6 Gray Mat 3 Perma Lined JKT 16 Comfort Pant 22 Cargo Pant 110 Comfort Shirt 121 SIZE PREMIUM QUANTITY Perma Lined JKT 2 Cargo Pant 11 Comfort Shirt 11 There are currently 8 permanent employees and 3-4 summer hires (Jun-Sep). This number is predicted to remain very stable. Employees receive 11 short sleeve shirts for summer and 11 long sleeve shirts for winter. The summer temp hires do not receive long sleeve shirts. Each employee receives 2 jackets. The summer temp hires do not receive jackets. Every week a week's worth of uniforms are picked up for laundering and the previous' week's laundered uniforms returned. The mats are also picked up this way. Patches are sewn on, employee name over right pocket and cemetery over left. Camp Butler Emblem on left arm and flag on right, sewn on. The employee name and cemetery name are on patches, then sewn to material. The mats have no logo/emblem.

S--Great Lakes, Janitorial Contract to clean Maintenance, Administration and Honor Guard buildings

Department of Veterans Affairs, VA National Cemetery Administration Centralized Contracting Division | Published June 14, 2016
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Y--Commital Shelther at NMCP

Department of Veterans Affairs, VA National Cemetery Administration Centralized Contracting Division | Published April 23, 2015  -  Deadline May 1, 2015
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BACKGROUND: The VA National Cemeteries are a resting place for our nation's heroes and as such, the standards for management, maintenance and appearance of these cemeteries have been established by the VA National Cemetery Administration (NCA) to reflect this nation's concern and respect for those interred there. NCA mission is to honor veterans with a final resting place and lasting memorials that commemorate their service to our nation. National Cemeteries are National Shrines. The standards of maintenance and appearance at these cemeteries shall reflect this nation's concern for those interred. This acquisition is a 100% set aside for Small Business or Service Disabled Veterans Owned Small Business (SDVOSB). The NAICS Code is 236220 (Commercial and Institutional Building Construction) $33.5 Million size standard. Please note: That this is not a request for quotes or proposals; this is a pre-solicitation notice to inform all interested Small Businesses and SDVOSB. The VA National Cemetery Administration as directed by the VA National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific (NMCP) will solicit a Small Business or SDOVSB Set-Aside proposal. The Proposal shall be under No: VA786-15-Q-0196. A solicitation is currently not available. The intent of an award shall be to construct a committal Shelter. The Contractor shall furnish all materials, equipment, labor and supervision to construct a prefabricated metal aluminum alloy canopy with poly carbonate roof panels and 100% UV filter and integrated gutter system for a Committal Shelter. The work is located at the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific, 2177 Puowaina Drive, Honolulu, HI 96813. Work in this project includes but is not limited to: 1. The Contractor shall install the prefabricated canopy as per manufacturer installation guide and dimensions. 2. Core drill 12" diameter hole in existing concrete. 3. Install columns for structure with adjustable baseplate below finish level of concrete. 4. Pour concrete to finish level of existing slab and finish concrete to match existing. 5. Install roof structure with poly carbonate roof panels and integrated gutter system with downspouts mounted on columns. 6. Water from downspouts will be surface sheet drained into adjacent landscape planter. 7. All components of the canopy will be painted a consistent color throughout. All materials shall be new. Contractor shall submit for approval the manufacturer's literature and specifications for approval. Site work will be accomplished between the hours of 8:00 and 4:30, Monday through Friday, except Federal Holidays. All work will be coordinated with the Contracting Officer's Representative (COR). Only the Contracting Officer (CO) has the authority to make changes to the contract that affects price and/or time. Work will be conducted in such a manner to minimize the impact on the Cemetery operations. 1. GENERAL REQUIREMENTS a. Prior to beginning any work, the Contractor shall perform a thorough field survey of existing site conditions and features. Verify at the project site the exact parts, material, equipment and labor required to complete the job. Any site conditions which may cause significant deviation from the work plan shall be brought to the attention of the Contracting Officer or COR for clarification. b. Coordination for the Construction with Cemetery Director: The burial activities at a national Cemetery shall take precedence over construction activities. The Contractor must cooperate and coordinate with the Cemetery Director, through the COR, in arranging construction schedule to cause the least possible interference with cemetery activities in actual burial areas or other adjacent locations. Construction noise during the internment services shall not disturb the service. Trucks and workmen shall not pass through the service area during this period: i. The Contractor is required to discontinue his work sufficiently in advance of Easter Sunday, Mother's Day, Father's Day, Memorial Day, Veteran's Day and or Federal holidays, to permit him to clean up all areas affected by his work. ii. Cleaning up shall include the removal of all equipment, tools, materials and debris. Leave the area in a clean and neat condition. c. All utilities required for the continuous operation of all existing facilities must be maintained in service at all times except as required for system work. d. Coordinate and resolve all details of any shutdown of specific utilities to minimize interruption of service to the facilities. Notify COR 7 days in advance prior to shut down. e. The Contractor shall assume sole responsibility for safety of all persons on or about the project site, in accordance with applicable laws and codes. Guard all hazards in accordance with the safety provisions of the latest manual of accident prevention published by the Associated General Contractors of America and OSHA. Barricade the project area as necessary to prevent public access to the work site. f. It is the Contractor responsibility to develop a work plan and schedule detailing the duration of the work with milestone subtasks. g. Submit for approval manufacturer's information and shop drawings for review. This includes colors, shop drawings, manufacturer's data and literature. h. The Contractor shall guarantee that all work done under this contract will be free from faulty materials or workmanship and hereby agrees to repair or replace without cost to the VA and to his/her satisfaction all defects or imperfection appearing in said work within a period of one year after the date of final acceptance by the VA of all work done under this contract. i. Repair and replace any existing structure to existing condition when altered or damaged by the work. j. Workmen are subject to rules of the conduct applicable to the Cemetery. k. Execute work in a manner as to interfere as little as possible with the normal functioning of the Cemetery. l. The Contractor shall confine all operations (including storage of materials) on Government premises to areas authorized or approved by the COR. The Contractor shall hold and save the Government, its officers and agents, free and harmless from liability of any nature occasioned by the Contractor's performance. m. Execute work so as to interfere as little as possible with normal functioning of Cemetery as a whole, including operations of utility services, fire protection systems and any existing equipment, and with work being done by others. n. To minimize interference of construction activities with flow of Cemetery traffic, and keep roads, walks and entrances, parking and to occupied areas of buildings clear of construction materials, debris and standing construction equipment and vehicles. o. Repair and replace any existing structure to existing condition when damaged by the construction. p. All utilities are required for the continuous operation of cemetery operations. Disruption of any utilities must be requested in writing four (4) calendar days in advance of proposed shutdown. When option exists, implement options to minimize interruption of service to the facilities. q. Cleaning up shall include the removal of all equipment, tools, materials and debris and leaving the areas in a clean, neat condition at the end of each work day. r. Final clean-up: Remove all equipment, tools, material, debris, rubbish, and excess material from the cemetery, leaving the areas in a clean and complete condition. 2. WARRANTY The Contractor shall guarantee that all work done under this contract will be free from faulty materials or workmanship. The Contractor hereby agrees to repair or replace without cost to the VA and to his/her satisfaction all defects or imperfection appearing in said work within a period of one (1) year after the date of final acceptance by the VA of all work done under this contract. Contractor must respond within 48-hours to perform any warranty work. Time to have parts delivered to site that are not locally available is not included in this 48-hour response time. ----END---

99--NRM MIDWEST DISTRICT: Project 897-17-106 Honor Guard Building Repairs-FCA Deficiency Corrections, Leavenworth National Cemetery

Department of Veterans Affairs, VA National Cemetery Administration Centralized Contracting Division | Published April 19, 2017  -  Deadline May 15, 2017
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The National Cemetery Administration issued a requirement for Honor Guard Building Repairs FCA Deficiency Corrections at Leavenworth National Cemetery. Project Location: Leavenworth National Cemetery, 150 Muncie Road, Leavenworth, KS 66048. Contractor shall furnish all labor, material, equipment, transportation and supervision for the restoration improvements to the Historic Honor Guard Building. Contractor must have valid historic restoration experience. The Work shall include, but shall not be limited to the following (not necessarily in the order indicated): The work includes scrape (involves lead paint removal) and paint ALL the paintable surfaces inside and outside the building, restore the original windows throughout, tuck point the exterior stone and brick (replace broken sections), remove the electric register heat units and replace with an HVAC ductless mounted split system, update the fire alarm, provide miscellaneous repairs to the copper gutter and the concrete bench seat and provide an inspection report on the clay tile roof, all for the Honor Guard Building at the Leavenworth National Cemetery, Leavenworth, KS. The work includes site investigation to verify all measurements and site conditions before start of the work and the ordering of any materials. All work shall be performed in a professional workmanship like manner. All adjacent disturbed surfaces shall be repaired to the same quality standards of the existing work and shall also match the adjacent areas. Properly remove and dispose all debris from government property. All work must be in accordance with applicable federal, state and local codes and regulations. The contractor shall be responsible for any applicable permits. All electrical work shall be in accordance with the latest edition of the national Electrical Code (NEC). A pre-bid visit by the bidder is required to get an accurate understanding of the work. All work must be done in strict accordance with the manufacturer s requirements and installation guidelines and shall be performed by a licensed full time professional with two or more years of experience in the respective trade. Restore all the paintable surfaces (inside and outside the building) by removing/scraping the lead based paint and providing high grade primer and 2 coats of high grade paint (color to match existing). The areas included but not limited to are: gables, louver, ceiling, fascia, soffits, trim boards, door and frame and arch, windows (frame and grids), columns, black metal handrail and inside: ceiling (including beams), walls, trim, front double door and frame (also clean the door opener and hardware), windows (frame and grids), columns, etc. The work includes all preparation work as needed including patching of holes and other imperfections, the appropriate masking of protected areas such as floors, furnishings, etc. as well as the removal and replacement of all furnishings as required to perform the work. All painting and painting preparation shall be in accordance with the paint manufacturers written recommendations. All painting shall be performed by a licensed painter or painting company that works as full time painters and has two or more years of experience in painting of buildings. a) The work includes lead paint abatement, removing/splicing rotted wood sections (assume 25% of area needing replacement), caulking around all the framework, minor carpentry work (securing loose boards, splicing in new boards, making sure doors & windows open & close without issue, etc.), repair numerous areas of plaster walls on the inside. The building is historic therefore all salvageable wood materials must be reused (non-rotted section of boards are salvageable). b) All the exterior columns and bases have several layers of paint and will need to be stripped to the bare material prior to covering with primer and paint. Care of the historic structure is essential as not to harm the columns and base. c) Remove the abandoned speaker located at the peak of the porch gable. Its wood support and electrical wires also need to be removed. d) The route of construction traffic to and from the project site shall be clear of debris at all times as well as the required safety signage and barricades for the safe passage of visitors. Thoroughly clean up the work area at the end of each day s work and at the completion of the project. Leave the premises clean and free of waste, scrap, used equipment or other material intentionally delivered to the site by the contractor or contractor s personnel. 2) All the windows and hardware are original with the building and need to be restored except for the stained glass window above the door. The window frames and grids need to be repaired, re-glazed and the glass replaced if missing or damaged. Remove ALL the old paint (assumed to be lead paint) from the frames and grids and repaint as described above. Care of the historic windows is essential as well as providing a well-sealed window from the outside elements (i.e. weather stripped, re-planed, etc. to close tight). All construction work associated with this restoration is considered incidental, i.e. trim removal & replacement, brick or grout work, drywall/plaster repair, painting, shades removal & replacement, removing old paint from hardware and glass window, providing required materials and labor to complete the project, etc. 3) Provide tuck pointing of the exterior stone and brick. Assume 50% of ALL the stone and brick areas require the mortar joints to be tuck pointed. All cracked brick and broken stones (assume 25% of the area) will need to be removed, repointed and replaced with new matching brick and stones. All new mortar for this project shall have the color match with the existing aged mortar. Complete an initial test section of the stone and brick tuck pointing and obtain COR approval for color and workmanship prior to proceeding with the entire project. It is essential that the proposed work on the historic structure matches the adjacent undisturbed areas. 4) Prior to the tuck pointing restoration work, the vines around the chimney side (North wall and part of West wall as well) of the building will need to be removed and all the stained stoned and mortar on the North side area cleaned (i.e., power washed) to the same color as the adjacent unstained stone and mortar. It is critical that the stone is not damaged or discolored (color to match adjacent non-stained stone) during this cleaning process. 5) The exterior concrete seating bench needs the surface area restored with a thin layer overlay (i.e. micro topping) of a cement-polymer based product designed (i.e., Duraamen Pentimento) to cover an exterior concrete surface. The color and surface texture will need to match the current color and texture of the concrete bench. All work must be done in strict accordance with the manufacturer s requirements and installation guidelines. 6) The copper gutter around the building needs to have leaf gutter guards such as Leaf Filter procured and installed. Cleaning the gutters of debris will be needed prior to the installation work. The copper gutter is part of a historic building, therefore the installation process will need to be sensitive to the Integrity of the gutter material and curb appeal of the finished product. Also, a dent in the copper gutter from a downed limb at the front of the building needs to be straightened/repaired back to its near original condition. All work associated with detaching and resetting the copper gutter is considered incidental to the project. 7) Provide a new HVAC ductless mounted split/mini split system (heating and cooling) in the Honor Guard Building. a) The outdoor compressor shall have a 1 ton capacity capable of providing near 100% of rated heating capacity at minus 4 degrees Fahrenheit and provide heat when outside temperatures reach minus 13 degrees Fahrenheit. The energy efficiency rating SEER shall be a minimum of 14. b) Provide 2 VRF indoor ductless mounted mini split units in the one room building (total area approximately 300 S.F. with approx. 12 ceilings). c) Centralized controls shall be located in coordination with the COR. Pre-bid Site Visit: Bidders are required to make a pre-bid site visit. Such visits must be pre-scheduled and arranged by contacting the Contracting Officer Representative at Fort Leavenworth National Cemetery office. POC: The Contracting Officer s Representative for this project is: Michael Bricker at (913) 758-4105 or by E-mail at: Michael.Bricker@va.gov The Government will award this solicitation as a Firm Fixed Price Service Contract in accordance with the criteria contained in 52.212-2. This Acquisition is 100% Service Disabled Veteran-Owned Business Set-Aside. The NAICS Code is 236220. Size standard is $36.5 Million. Electronic solicitations will be available for download from Federal Business Opportunities (FBO): http://www.FedBizOpps.gov on or around April 24th, 2017. Responses to the solicitation will be due Monday, 15 May 2017 by 2:00 PM EST. Offeror s are advised that they are responsible for obtaining amendments to the solicitation which is available at FBO: http://www.FedBizOpps.gov . No telephone requests will be accepted. Any questions should be sent via email and addressed to: Henry Dukes, Contracting Officer in writing at henry.dukes@va.gov. Prospective offeror s must be registered with the System for Award Management (SAM) website and complete representations and certifications at https://www.sam.gov. Offers received from concerns that are not Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) concerns shall not be considered. SDVOSBs must be verified for ownership and control and listed in the Vendor Information Pages at https://www.vip.vetbiz.gov prior to the due date for proposals. (See Provision 852.219-10 VA Notice of Total Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business Set-Aside.) All proposals must be submitted through the Department of Veterans Affairs Electronic Management System (eCMS) Vendor Portal website to be considered. Please go to the VA eCMS Vendor Portal website at https://www.vendorportal.ecms.va.gov to register. Once on the webpage, proceed to the Vendor Portal Login section located on the far left side of the webpage and click on Request a user account to register. Special Note: If the Vendor Portal is closed or you encounter problems uploading your proposals, E-mail your proposals to: henry.dukes@va.gov in 3 Volumes: Volume I (Technical Proposal), Volume II (Past Performance) and Volume III (Price). Information shall be submitted in the manner requested in INSTRUCTIONS TO OFFERORS. Failure to submit all documentation required as required so may result in your submission being determined technically non-responsive and removed from further consideration. In order for the Government to post all questions and answers on FBO pertaining to this solicitation. All questions must be submitted via e-mail to the Contracting Officer: Henry C. Dukes at henry.dukes@va.gov No Later Than (NLT) Monday, 8 May 2017 by 2:00 PM EST. Any questions received after that date will be considered too late and will not be answered.

Y--M&R Project # 907-M&R-FY16-003. Construction of concrete sidewalks

Department of Veterans Affairs, VA National Cemetery Administration Centralized Contracting Division | Published March 31, 2016  -  Deadline April 11, 2016
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Scope of Work Install Concrete Sidewalks at East and West Columbaria Willamette National Cemetery 10816 Southeast Mt Scott Blvd. Portland, OR 97086 SCHEDULE OF SERVICES Line Item Description Estimated Quantity Unit Unit Price 1. Furnish all materials, equipment, labor, and supervision to construct concrete sidewalks at East and West Columbaria. The work is located at the Willamette National Cemetery, 11800 Southeast Mt. Scott Blvd, Portland, OR. 97086 1 Job $_________ 1. GENERAL SCOPE OF WORK: The Contractor shall furnish all materials, equipment, labor and supervision to construct Concrete Sidewalks at East and West Columbaria. The work is located at the Willamette National Cemetery, 11800 Southeast Mt. Scott Blvd, Portland, OR. 97086 All work will be done in accordance with attached drawings labeled "New Sidewalk at Columbarium", dated 07/15/2015 and specifications. Completion Time: Thirty (60) calendar days from date of issuance of Notice to Proceed (NTP). Director: George Allen TEL: (503) 273-5256 George.Allen1@va.gov Contracting Officer's Representative (COR): TEL: (503) 273-5258 Larry Hughes Larry.Hughes4@va.com Work in this project includes but is not : 1. Remove existing decomposed granite paving and necessary landscaping. 2. Verify if existing aggregate base is usable. If not, provide new 4" aggregate base. 3. Install new 4" concrete sidewalk with color and light surface retarded finish. Contractor will supply the PM and Director with color samples prior to pouring. 4. Repair/Reinstall any damaged landscaping and other cemetery areas affected by construction. 5. Provide protection for the Columbaria walls during construction. Mask Columbaria when pouring concrete around walls. GENERAL REQUIREMENTS All work will be coordinated with the Contracting Officer's Representative (COR) and/or the Cemetery Director. Work will be conducted in such a manner to minimize the impact on the Cemetery operations. All work will be accomplished after the hours of 4:30 and restore water service before 8:00 am, Monday through Friday, except Federal Holidays. Only the Contracting Officer (CO) has the authority to make changes to the contract that affects price and/or time. General Notes: 1. Prior to submission of any bid, the Contractor shall perform a thorough field survey of the existing site conditions and features. Verify at project site the exact size, clearances of all existing services being relocated, extended, connected to or removed. Any site conditions which may cause significant deviation from the site plan shall be brought to the attention of the Contracting Officer or his/her Representative (COR) for clarification prior to submission of the bid. Verify dimensions of all owners furnished and installed equipment to insure proper coordination with construction. Contractor shall bear all costs for relocation of existing utilities from failure to advise of conflict in writing prior to submission of any bid, and/or from failure to properly coordinate installations of system. 2. Submittals: Prior to installation, the contractor shall submit for approval the manufacturer's literature and specifications for ALL materials being installed. 3. Construction Coordination: a. Coordination of Construction with Cemetery Director: The burial activities at a National Cemetery shall take precedence over construction activities. The Contractor must cooperate and coordinate with the Cemetery Director, through the RE/COR, in arranging construction schedule to cause the least possible interference with Cemetery activities in actual burial areas. Construction noise during the committal services shall not disturb the service. Trucks and workmen shall not pass through the service area during this period. b. The Contractor is required to discontinue his work sufficiently in advance of Easter Sunday, Mother's Day, Father's Day, Memorial Day, Veteran's Day and/or Federal holidays, to permit him to clean up all areas of operation adjacent to existing burial plots before these dates. c. Cleaning up shall include the removal of all equipment, tools, materials and debris and leaving the areas in a clean, neat condition on a daily basis. Contractor is responsible for disposing of debris off site. 4. Contractor shall coordinate with the Cemetery Director to locate the construction fencing, temporary portable potties, material storage containers, etc. if required for the performance of this contract. Public access to the National Cemetery shall not be impaired. 5. The Contractor shall assume sole responsibility for safety of all persons on or about the construction site, in accordance with applicable laws and codes. Guard all hazards in accordance with the safety provisions of the latest manual of accident prevention published by the Associated General Contractors of America and OSHA. 6. The Contractor shall guarantee that all work done under this contract will be free from faulty materials or workmanship and hereby agrees to repair or replace without cost to the VA and to his/her satisfaction all defects or imperfection appearing in said work within a period of one year after the date of final acceptance by the VA of all work done under this contract. 7. Matters related to safety, and any actions of the Contractor, shall meet all safety requirements of Miramar National Cemetery Safety Officer, Department of Veterans Affairs, OSHA, and the State. It is incumbent upon the Contractor to be familiar with these requirements. "Safety" shall also include the Contractor having a safety representative who maintains regular and routine contact with the Safety Officer at MNC. Contractor shall provide training of the contractor's and subcontractor's workers as necessary to meet these requirements. 8. Repair and replace any existing structure to existing condition when altered or damaged by the construction. 9. Completion Time: Seven (30) calendar days from date of issuance of Notice to Proceed (NTP). 2. WARRANTY: The Contractor shall guarantee that all work done under this contract will be free from faulty materials or workmanship. The Contractor hereby agrees to repair or replace without cost to the VA and to his/her satisfaction all defects or imperfection appearing in said work within a period of one (1) year after the date of final acceptance by the VA of all work done under this contract. Contractor must respond within 48-hours to perform any warranty work. Time to have parts delivered to site that are not locally available is not included in this 48-hour response time.

Y--Project No. 919-NRM-FY16-001; Renovate Administration office

Department of Veterans Affairs, VA National Cemetery Administration Centralized Contracting Division | Published August 15, 2016  -  Deadline August 29, 2016
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This acquisition is a prospective 100% set aside for Small Business The NAICS Code is 238990 (All other specialty trade contractors) Size standard is $15.0 Million. Please note: That this is not a request for quotes or proposals; this is a pre-solicitation notice to inform all interested parties that the VA National Cemetery Administration as directed by the VA Tahoma National Cemetery will solicit a Small Business Set-Aside proposal. This Request for Quote (RFQ) shall be under No: VA786-16-Q-0159. Award will consist of a Purchase Order. The intent of an awarded agreement are described herein. BACKGROUND: The VA National Cemeteries are a resting place for our nation's heroes and as such, the standards for management, maintenance and appearance of these cemeteries have been established by the VA National Cemetery Administration (NCA) to reflect this nation's concern and respect for those interred there. NCA mission is to honor veterans with a final resting place and lasting memorials that commemorate their service to our nation. National Cemeteries are National Shrines. The standards of maintenance and appearance at these cemeteries shall reflect this nation's concern for those interred. SCOPE OF WORK Project Title: Remodel Adminstration Remodel GENERAL SCOPE OF WORK: The Contractor shall furnish all labor, materials, equipment services necessary to perform construction/remodel work to the existing Admistration Building as per the drawings and specifications at the Tahoma national Cemetery, 18600 240th Street , Kent WA. 98042 1. All work will be completed in the interior of the Aminsitration Building. 2. Provide metal stud framing wall with gypsum board at Lobby/Adminstration and install new wood door in HM frame to match existing. 3. Provide (5) five Systems furniture workstations. Submit shop drawings to NCA for approval prior to ordering. 4. Build 3-5/8" metal stud walls with 5/8" gypsum board at locations indicated on plans. Texture to match existing walls. 5. Paint all new walls and adjacent walls affected by the new construction as required. Submit paint color samples for approval. 6. Install countertop and new 6'-0" x 4'0" bronze aluminum sliding window between Lobby and Administration. 7. Install new carpet tile in all of the Adminstration Building spaces.Submit carpet samples for color and type selection. 8. Provide data and phone drops connected to IT closet and telephone board. 9. Provide electrical for duplex outlets, quadplex and lights as required. 10. Rework existing HVAC system as per drawings. 11. Provide as-built drawings upon acceptance of final inspection.These will show exactly how HVAC, Electrical systems were modified and point of connection. In addition, it will indicate the layout of the suspended ceiling and lighting and other architecutral constgtruction elements. 12. Provide a detailed schedule on how work will be accomplished while Administrative Cemetery functions continue. This must be approved by the Director and Project Manager prior to beginning any work. All work will be coordinated with the Contracting Officer's Representative (COR) and/or the Cemetery Director. Work will be conducted in such a manner to minimize the impact on the Cemetery operations. Site work will be accomplished between the hours of 8:00 and 4:30, Monday through Friday, except Federal Holidays. Only the Contracting Officer (CO) has the authority to make changes to the contract that affects price and/or time. Cemetery Director: Tom Yokes TEL: (423) 413-9614 GENERAL REQUIREMENT I. General Notes 1. Prior to submission of any bid, the Contractor shall perform a thorough field survey of the existing site conditions and features. Verify at project site the exact size, clearances of all existing services being relocated, extended, connected to or removed. Any site conditions which may cause significant deviation from the site plan shall be brought to the attention of the Contracting Officer or his/her Representative (COR) for clarification prior to submission of the bid. Verify dimensions of all owners furnished and installed equipment to insure proper coordination with construction. Contractor shall bear all costs for relocation of existing utilities from failure to advise of conflict in writing prior to submission of any bid, and/or from failure to properly coordinate installations of system. 2. Submittals: Prior to installation, the contractor shall submit for approval the manufacturer's literature and specifications for ALL materials being installed. 3. Constructuion Coordination: a. Coordination of Construction with Cemetery Director: The burial activities at a National Cemetery shall take precedence over construction activities. The Contractor must cooperate and coordinate with the Cemetery Director, through the RE/COR, in arranging construction schedule to cause the least possible interference with Cemetery activities in actual burial areas. Construction noise during the committal services shall not disturb the service. Trucks and workmen shall not pass through the service area during this period. b. The Contractor is required to discontinue his work sufficiently in advance of Easter Sunday, Mother's Day, Father's Day, Memorial Day, Veteran's Day and/or Federal holidays, to permit him to clean up all areas of operation adjacent to existing burial plots before these dates. c. Cleaning up shall include the removal of all equipment, tools, materials and debris and leaving the areas in a clean, neat condition on a daily basis. Contractor is responsible for disposing of debris off site. 4. Contractor shall coordinate with the Cemetery Director to locate the construction fencing, temporary portable potties, material storage containers, etc. if required for the performance of this contract. Public access to the National Cemetery shall not be impaired. 5. The Contractor shall assume sole responsibility for safety of all persons on or about the construction site, in accordance with applicable laws and codes. Guard all hazards in accordance with the safety provisions of the latest manual of accident prevention published by the Associated General Contractors of America and OSHA. 6. The Contractor shall guarantee that all work done under this contract will be free from faulty materials or workmanship and hereby agrees to repair or replace without cost to the VA and to his/her satisfaction all defects or imperfection appearing in said work within a period of one year after the date of final acceptance by the VA of all work done under this contract. 7. Matters related to safety, and any actions of the Contractor, shall meet all safety requirements of Tahoma National Cemetery Safety Officer, Department of Veterans Affairs, OSHA, and the State. It is incumbent upon the Contractor to be familiar with these requirements. "Safety" shall also include the Contractor having a safety representative who maintains regular and routine contact with the Safety Officer at TNC. Contractor shall provide training of the contractor's and subcontractor's workers as necessary to meet these requirements. 8. Repair and replace any existing structure to existing condition when altered or damaged by the construction. 9. Completion Time: Fourteen (90) calendar days from date of issuance of Notice to Proceed (NTP). ----END---

Y--Project No. 919-NRM-FY16-001; Renovate Administration office

Department of Veterans Affairs, VA National Cemetery Administration Centralized Contracting Division | Published April 5, 2016  -  Deadline April 18, 2016
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This acquisition is a prospective 100% set aside for Small Business The NAICS Code is 238990 (All other specialty trade contractors) Size standard is $15.0 Million. Please note: That this is not a request for quotes or proposals; this is a pre-solicitation notice to inform all interested parties that the VA National Cemetery Administration as directed by the VA Tahoma National Cemetery will solicit a Small Business Set-Aside proposal. This Request for Quote (RFQ) shall be under No: VA786-16-Q-0159. Award will consist of a Purchase Order. The intent of an awarded agreement are described herein. BACKGROUND: The VA National Cemeteries are a resting place for our nation's heroes and as such, the standards for management, maintenance and appearance of these cemeteries have been established by the VA National Cemetery Administration (NCA) to reflect this nation's concern and respect for those interred there. NCA mission is to honor veterans with a final resting place and lasting memorials that commemorate their service to our nation. National Cemeteries are National Shrines. The standards of maintenance and appearance at these cemeteries shall reflect this nation's concern for those interred. SCOPE OF WORK Project Title: Remodel Adminstration Remodel GENERAL SCOPE OF WORK: The Contractor shall furnish all labor, materials, equipment services necessary to perform construction/remodel work to the existing Admistration Building as per the drawings and specifications at the Tahoma national Cemetery, 18600 240th Street , Kent WA. 98042 1. All work will be completed in the interior of the Aminsitration Building. 2. Provide metal stud framing wall with gypsum board at Lobby/Adminstration and install new wood door in HM frame to match existing. 3. Provide (5) five Systems furniture workstations. Submit shop drawings to NCA for approval prior to ordering. 4. Build 3-5/8" metal stud walls with 5/8" gypsum board at locations indicated on plans. Texture to match existing walls. 5. Paint all new walls and adjacent walls affected by the new construction as required. Submit paint color samples for approval. 6. Install countertop and new 6'-0" x 4'0" bronze aluminum sliding window between Lobby and Administration. 7. Install new carpet tile in all of the Adminstration Building spaces.Submit carpet samples for color and type selection. 8. Provide data and phone drops connected to IT closet and telephone board. 9. Provide electrical for duplex outlets, quadplex and lights as required. 10. Rework existing HVAC system as per drawings. 11. Provide as-built drawings upon acceptance of final inspection.These will show exactly how HVAC, Electrical systems were modified and point of connection. In addition, it will indicate the layout of the suspended ceiling and lighting and other architecutral constgtruction elements. 12. Provide a detailed schedule on how work will be accomplished while Administrative Cemetery functions continue. This must be approved by the Director and Project Manager prior to beginning any work. All work will be coordinated with the Contracting Officer's Representative (COR) and/or the Cemetery Director. Work will be conducted in such a manner to minimize the impact on the Cemetery operations. Site work will be accomplished between the hours of 8:00 and 4:30, Monday through Friday, except Federal Holidays. Only the Contracting Officer (CO) has the authority to make changes to the contract that affects price and/or time. Cemetery Director: Tom Yokes TEL: (423) 413-9614 GENERAL REQUIREMENT I. General Notes 1. Prior to submission of any bid, the Contractor shall perform a thorough field survey of the existing site conditions and features. Verify at project site the exact size, clearances of all existing services being relocated, extended, connected to or removed. Any site conditions which may cause significant deviation from the site plan shall be brought to the attention of the Contracting Officer or his/her Representative (COR) for clarification prior to submission of the bid. Verify dimensions of all owners furnished and installed equipment to insure proper coordination with construction. Contractor shall bear all costs for relocation of existing utilities from failure to advise of conflict in writing prior to submission of any bid, and/or from failure to properly coordinate installations of system. 2. Submittals: Prior to installation, the contractor shall submit for approval the manufacturer's literature and specifications for ALL materials being installed. 3. Constructuion Coordination: a. Coordination of Construction with Cemetery Director: The burial activities at a National Cemetery shall take precedence over construction activities. The Contractor must cooperate and coordinate with the Cemetery Director, through the RE/COR, in arranging construction schedule to cause the least possible interference with Cemetery activities in actual burial areas. Construction noise during the committal services shall not disturb the service. Trucks and workmen shall not pass through the service area during this period. b. The Contractor is required to discontinue his work sufficiently in advance of Easter Sunday, Mother's Day, Father's Day, Memorial Day, Veteran's Day and/or Federal holidays, to permit him to clean up all areas of operation adjacent to existing burial plots before these dates. c. Cleaning up shall include the removal of all equipment, tools, materials and debris and leaving the areas in a clean, neat condition on a daily basis. Contractor is responsible for disposing of debris off site. 4. Contractor shall coordinate with the Cemetery Director to locate the construction fencing, temporary portable potties, material storage containers, etc. if required for the performance of this contract. Public access to the National Cemetery shall not be impaired. 5. The Contractor shall assume sole responsibility for safety of all persons on or about the construction site, in accordance with applicable laws and codes. Guard all hazards in accordance with the safety provisions of the latest manual of accident prevention published by the Associated General Contractors of America and OSHA. 6. The Contractor shall guarantee that all work done under this contract will be free from faulty materials or workmanship and hereby agrees to repair or replace without cost to the VA and to his/her satisfaction all defects or imperfection appearing in said work within a period of one year after the date of final acceptance by the VA of all work done under this contract. 7. Matters related to safety, and any actions of the Contractor, shall meet all safety requirements of Tahoma National Cemetery Safety Officer, Department of Veterans Affairs, OSHA, and the State. It is incumbent upon the Contractor to be familiar with these requirements. "Safety" shall also include the Contractor having a safety representative who maintains regular and routine contact with the Safety Officer at TNC. Contractor shall provide training of the contractor's and subcontractor's workers as necessary to meet these requirements. 8. Repair and replace any existing structure to existing condition when altered or damaged by the construction. 9. Completion Time: Fourteen (90) calendar days from date of issuance of Notice to Proceed (NTP). ----END---
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