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Construction Management Services

Department of the Army, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers | Published October 6, 2016  -  Deadline November 7, 2016
1.CONTRACT INFORMATION: This contract is being procured in accordance with the Brooks A-E Act as implemented in FAR Subpart 36.6. Firms will be selected for negotiation(s) based on demonstrated competence and qualifications for the required work. The US Army Corps of Engineers, Los Angeles District is seeking sources in support of Construction Management Services for LARGE scale Veterans Administration (VA) construction projects primarily throughout the State of California. This solicitation is 100% set-aside for Small Businesses to include Section 8(a), Historically Underutilized Business Zones (HUB-Zone), Women Owned (WOSB) and Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB). The contract is for sixty (60) month period or until the not-to-exceed amount of $9,800,000.00 has been met, whichever occurs first. Work will be issued by negotiated firm-fixed price task orders. The estimated contract start date is November 2016 for a period of sixty (60) months. Work is subject to availability of funds. The North American Industry Classification System (NACIS) code is 541330. 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, as determined relative to the employees office location (not the location of the work). To be eligible for contract award, a firm must be registered in the DoD Central Contractor Registration (CCR). Register via CCR Internet site at or by contacting the DoD Electronic Commerce Information Center at 1-800-334-3414
2. PROJECT INFORMATION: The work and services may include all or any of the following tasks: (I) Performs Biddability. Constructability. Operability. Environmental reviews; (2) Provide support in preparing the Government's Quality Assurance Plan for newly awarded contracts; (3) Provide support for and attend preconstruction conferences and mutual understanding meetings; (4) Review selected contractor submittals and provide written comments to the Contracting Officers or Contracting Officers Representative (COR); (5) Assist with the government's Quality Assurance Program; (6) Attend regular coordination meetings conducted between Corps of Engineers, construction contractors and the Users; (7) Review RFT's; (8) Draft Request for Proposals, prepare Basic Change Documents for pending changes; (9) Prepare cost estimates for pending changes and task orders: (I0) Provide support for preparing Corps of Engineer's contracts: (11) Provide support for preparing monthly reports and status briefing materials; (12) Provide technical review of contractor's request for equitable adjustments and formal claims: (13) Attend pre-final and final inspection of newly completed work; (14) Prepare contract or task order closeout documents; (15) Conduct review of mechanical (HVAC, gas and water equipment and piping), electrical and fire protection systems; (16) Perform asbestos and lead­ based paint surveys on an unspecified number of buildings; (17) Oversee asbestos abatement work by performing site surveillance; (18) Prepare/submit Quality Assurance Report (QAR) for any on-site surveillance during construction phase: (19) Review Designer of Record prepared submittals list: (20) Review Construction Contractor's prepared as built drawings: (21) Participate in the four and nine month warranty inspections: (22) Attend a variety of meetings concerning construction projects: (23) Provide engineering expertise for specific mechanical, electrical, architectural and civil /structural design and construction problem resolution: (24) Evaluate construction contractor claims: (25) Testify for the Government as an expert witness in defense of claims submitted by the construction contractor. (26) Process survey data to AutoCAD and Microstation drawing formats. (27) Process survey data collected from soundings to AutoCAD and Microstation formats. (28) Complete the national agency check (NAC) for access to DoD computers; (29) Evaluate and Advise Contracting Officer or Contracting Officer's Representative on environmental compliance issues (examples are in SWPP, Air Quality, Endangered Species, Permits and Clearances; (30) Provide expert witness reviews and participate in meeting LEED, Systems Commissioning, tests and inspections ; (31) Perform reviews of contractors baseline schedules/ schedule updates/revisions or develop schedules for pending new projects or pending changes. The firm selected for this contract will be expected to submit an overall quality assurance plan and a quality control plan for each task order. These plans must adhere to during the work and services required for each task order. In Section H of the SF330, describe the firm's overall Design Quality Management Plan (DQMP). The plan must be approved by the Government as a condition of contract award, but is not required with this submission.
3. SELECTION INFORMATION: Firms responding to this announcement before the closing date will be considered for selection, subject to any limitations indicated with respect to size and geographic location or firm, specialized technical expertise or other requirements listed. Following initial evaluation of the qualifications and performance data submitted, three or more firms that are considered to be the most highly qualified to provide the type of services required, will be chosen for negotiations. Selection of firms for negotiation shall be made through an order of preference based on demonstration competence and qualifications necessary for the satisfactory performance of the type of professional services required. The selection criteria are listed below in descending order of importance. Criteria A through E are primary. Criteria F through G are secondary and will only be used as "tie-breakers" among technically equal firms: A. Personnel qualified in civil engineering with specialized qualifications that include knowledge and recent experiences in the following key disciplines are to be used: geotechnical engineering to include civil engineering and geology. Supporting (subcontractors. if required) disciplines will include:Qualified Personnel. Personnel qualified in civil engineering with specialized qualifications that include knowledge and recent experiences in the following key disciplines are to be used: Construction Managers Project ManagersProject Engineers Office EngineersSchedulers ArchitectCivil Engineers LEED EngineerMechanical Engineers Electrical EngineersFire Protection Engineer Geotechnical EngineerAdministrative Assistants Site Safety EngineersCivil Engineering Technicians Quality Assurance RepresentativesSite Inspectors Quality Control RepresentativesBiologist Environmental Specialist
B. Specialized Experience and Technical Competence in the following: Specialized experience and technical competence in:(1) Performs Biddability, Constructability, Operability, Environmental reviews (BCOE); (2) Provide support in preparing the Government's Quality Assurance Plan for newly awarded contracts; (3) Provide support for and attend preconstruction conferences and mutual understanding meetings; (4) Review selected contractor submittals and provide written comments to the Contracting Officers or Contracting Officers Representative (COR); (5) Assist with the government's Quality Assurance Program; (6) Attend regular coordination meetings conducted between Corps of Engineers, construction contractors and the Users; (7) Review RFT's; (8) Draft Request for Proposals, prepare Basic Change Documents for pending changes; (9) Prepare cost estimates for pending changes and task orders: (10) Provide support for preparing Corps of Engineer's contracts: (11) Provide support for preparing monthly reports and status briefing materials; (12) Provide technical review of contractor's request for equitable adjustments and formal claims: (13) Attend pre-final and final inspection of newly completed work;(14) Prepare contract or task order closeout documents; (15) Conduct review of mechanical (HVAC, gas and water equipment and piping), electrical and fire protection systems; (16) Perform asbestos and lead­ based paint surveys on an unspecified number of buildings; (17) Oversee asbestos abatement work by performing site surveillance; (18) Prepare/submit Quality Assurance Report (QAR) for any on-site surveillance during construction phase: (19) Review Designer of Record prepared submittals list:(20) Review Construction Contractor's prepared as built drawings:(21) Participate in the four and nine month warranty inspections: (22) Attend a variety of meetings concerning construction projects:(23) Provide engineering expertise for specific mechanical, electrical, architectural and civil /structural design and construction problem resolution: (24) Evaluate construction contractor claims: (25) Testify for the Government as an expert witness in defense of claims submitted by the construction contractor. (26) Process survey data to AutoCAD and Microstation drawing formats. (27) Process survey data collected from soundings to AutoCAD and Microstation formats; (28) Complete the national agency check (NAC) for access to DoD computers; (29) Evaluate and Advise Contracting Officer or Contracting Officer's Representative on environmental compliance issues (examples are in SWPP, Air Quality, Endangered Species, Permits and Clearances); (30) Provide expert witness reviews and participate in meeting LEED, Systems Commissioning, tests and inspections; (31) Perform reviews of contractor's baseline schedules/ schedule updates/revisions or develop schedules for pending new projects or pending changes.C. Capacity to accomplish multiple task orders and complete all work within periods of service designated for each task order. This evaluation will consider the experience of the firm and any consultants in similar size projects and the availability of an adequate number of personnel in key disciplines. D. Past Performance on DOD and other contracts with respect to cost control, quality of work, and compliance with performance schedules. E. Knowledge of Computer capabilities and experience using:(i) Resident Management System (RMS)(ii) Scheduling Software(iii) AutoCADD/Mircrostations/Arc-GISF. Geographic proximity (physical location) of the firm in relation to the location of project(s). G. Volume of DOD contract awards in the last 12 months.
4. SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS: Interested AE Firms having the capabilities for this work are invited to submit one (1) completed Standard Form (SF) 330, Architect-Engineering Qualifications Part I and II and one (1) SF 330 Part II for each firm that will be part of the team, to the above address not later than 4:00PM on the response date indicated above. Contracting Office address: US ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS, CHIEF, CONTRACTING DIVISION, 915 Wilshire Blvd., CT-W Suite 1400, Los Angeles, CA 90017. To hand carry a submittal, arrangements must be made through Maricella Zamora, Contract Specialist Phone: (213) 452-3250 prior to delivery. Lengthy cover letter and generic corporation brochures or other presentations beyond those sufficiently present a complete and effective response are not desired. Phone calls and personal visits are highly discouraged. Response to this notice must be received within thirty (30) calendar days from the date of issuance of this synopsis. If the 30th day is a weekend day or a Federal holiday, the deadline is the close of business of the next day. Include DUNS number of the office that will perform the work. The SF 330 Part I shall not exceed 70 pages (8.5" x 11"), including no more than ten (10) pages for Section H. Each side of paper is one page. Use no smaller than 12 point font type. In Section H, indicate the estimated percentage involvement of each firm on the proposal team. Include an organization chart of the key personnel to be assigned to the project. No other general notification will be made of this work. Solicitation packages are not provided and no additional project information will be given to firms during the announcement period. This is not a request for proposal.Primary Point of Contact: Maricella Zamora, Contract Specialist Phone: (213) 452-3250Secondary Point of Contact: Kevin J. Thomas, P.E. Technical Information Phone: (602) 230-6878

FUSNA Pier and Ramp Construction

Department of the Army, Army Contracting Command, ECC | Published October 17, 2016  -  Deadline December 8, 2016
El Cerro Uruguay Navy Base Ramp and Pier ConstructionMontevideo, Uruguay
Project Description: The Regional Contracting Center-Americas, 410th Contracting Support Brigade intends to award a Firm Fixed Price construction contract for the construction of a ramp and pier at the El Cerro Uruguay Navy Base. The Contractor shall furnish all management, supervision, labor, equipment, material, transportation, and supplies required to complete this project. Work executed by the contractor shall include but is not limited to:
- Site preparation and soil study;- Construction of ramp and pier;- Provision and installation of cleat, ladder, corner and edge straight bumpers, handrail, and solar dock lights;- Paint, provision and installation of buoy with label and related signs; and - Any other related works for the ramp and pier construction.
Place of Performance: The project location is at the El Cerro Uruguay Navy Base, Montevideo, Uruguay.
Magnitude: The magnitude of this project is estimated between $100,000.00 and $250,000.00 U.S. Dollars
Obtaining the solicitation: The solicitation will be issued unrestricted to allow U.S. and non U.S. firms to participate. The solicitation and any technical exhibits (when applicable), will be available for download from the FedBizOpps website. All notifications of changes to the solicitation shall be made through electronics means only. It is the contractor's responsibility to check for any posted changes to the solicitation. Registration in the System for Award Management (SAM) is required of Contractor to receive the contract award.
Contemplating Awardees: Since the contemplating contract is to be awarded by the contracting activity located in Fort Sam Houston, Texas and to be performed in Uruguay, the offerors must meet the requirement under DFARS 252.225-7042, "Authorization to Perform - The Offeror has been duly authorized to operate and to do business in the country or countries in which the contract is to be performed". The Contractor shall, without additional expense to the U.S. Government, be responsible for obtaining any necessary licenses and permits, and for complying with any host government and political subdivisions laws, codes, and regulations applicable to the performance of the work.

Z--Construction/Rehabilitation of Culverts

Department of the Interior, National Park Service | Published October 23, 2016
The Department of the Interior, National Park Service (NPS), Shenandoah National Park, VA intends to issue an Invitation for Bid IFB), P17PS00044 for the construction/rehabilitation of existing culverts by means of a Firm Fixed Price (FFP) Contract. The work includes providing all labor, materials, tools, equipment, supplies, transportation and supervision for the cleaning and lining of existing culverts with high density polyethylene (HDPEE) pipe liner per the specifications of the forthcoming solicitation. This project is being solicited as 100% set-aside for small business concerns. The solicitation, including all bid documents, will be posted to the websites, and on or about November 7, 2016. No hard copies of the solicitation will be mailed or issued. To receive the solicitation package you must download it from one of the above sites. It is therefore the contractor's responsibility to check the internet site daily for any posted changes to the solicitation. Contractors must be registered in SAM-System for Award Management-in order to receive contract awards. The North American Industry Classification System Code (NAICS) is 237310, Culverts, Highway, Road & Street Construction. The Size Standard is $36.5 M. The magnitude for this project is between $100,000 and $250,000 and is subject to the Davis-Bacon Act. A Bid Guarantee, Payment Bond and Performance Bond are required. There will be a site visit scheduled and perspective bidders are encouraged to visit the site to satisfy themselves as to conditions before providing a bid. The date and time for the site visit will be specified in the solicitation. For questions concerning this project contact Jody Auerbach, or telephone 267.528.1416

Construction Management Services

General Services Administration, Public Buildings Service (PBS) | Published October 20, 2016  -  Deadline November 21, 2016
This is a combined synopsis/solicitation for commercial services prepared in accordance with the format in Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) Subpart 12.6 - Streamlined Procedures for Evaluation and Solicitation for Commercial Items, 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 solicitation is being issued using Commercial Item/Services Acquisition Procedures.  The combined synopsis/solicitation number is GS-11-P-17-MK-D-0001 and is issued as a Request for Proposal (RFP).  The solicitation document and incorporated provisions and clauses are those in effect through Federal Acquisition Circular (FAC) 2005—89-1 (Effective August 15, 2016).  This is a 100% Total Small Business Set Aside.  The associated North American Industrial Classification System (NAICS) code for this procurement is 236220.  The corresponding index entry is Construction Management, Commercial and Institutional Building.  This is not a solicitation for Construction.

Construction Materials and Soil Testing

Department of the Army, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers | Published October 24, 2016  -  Deadline November 23, 2016
Pre-solicitation NoticeConstruction Materials and Soil TestingW912BV-17-Q-0008
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Southwestern Division (SWD), Tulsa District (SWT) intends to issue a commercial solicitation, W912BV-17-Q-0008 for Construction Materials and Soil Testing Services for the Tulsa District.The solicitation will be issued as full and open competition. The North American Industrial Classification System (NAICS) Code is 541380 and the applicable Small Business Size Standard, as established by the U.S. Small Business Administration, is $15,000,000. The Government intends to establish, 1or more single BPA's consisting of 3 1-year ordering periods as a result of this RFQ (Unless Terminated sooner), to the responsible offeror whose offer is conforming to the requirements of the solicitation and will be most advantageous to the Government considering price, technical and past performance. The solicitation will be issued via Internet only on Feb Biz Opps Website at Solicitation issue date is on or about 10/21/2016. Quotes are anticipated to be due on or about 11/21/2016. Contractors must be registered and current with System for Award Management (SAM) in order to receive a Government contract award. To register, the SAM Internet address is: Prospective offerors shall submit questions and inquiries related to this solicitation in accordance with the following (no other means of questions or inquiries will be answered except through Bidder Inquiry) To submit and review bid inquiry items, offerors will need to be a current registered user or self-register into the system. To self-register go to the aforementioned web page and click on the BID tab. Select Bidder Inquiry, select agency USACE, and enter the Bidder Inquiry Key for this solicitation listed below, your e-mail address, and then click login. Fill in all required information and click create user. Verify that information on next screen is correct and click continue. From this page you may view all bidder inquiries or add an inquiry. Bidders will receive an acknowledgement of their question via e-mail, followed by an answer to their question after it has been processed. The Solicitation Number: W912BV-17-Q-0008 The Bidder Inquiry Key is: 56JQ52-Z4B2IK
The Bidder Inquiry System will be unavailable for new inquiries until 18 November 2016 in order to ensure adequate time is allotted to form an appropriate response and amend the solicitation, if necessary.

Z--2016 General Construction MATOC

Department of Veterans Affairs, VA Heartland Network | Published October 4, 2016  -  Deadline November 30, 2016
THIS IS A PRESOLICITATION NOTICE FOR VA255-16-R-0501, MULTIPLE-AWARD TASK ORDER CONTRACT (MATOC) FOR GENERAL CONSTRUCTION; The Department of Veterans Affairs, Veterans Network Contracting Office 15 (NCO 15) has a requirement for on-going facilities construction, alterations, and repair of buildings, structures and other real property at medical facilities within Veterans Integrated Service Network 15 (VISN 15). The intent of the project is to award Multiple Award Task Order Contracts (MATOC) via multiple award of Indefinite-Delivery Indefinite-Quantity construction contracts for nine (9) different medical centers in eight different locations. The eight (8) locations consist of: Columbia, MO; Kansas City, MO; Wichita, KS; Topeka, KS; Leavenworth, KS; St. Louis, MO (two medical centers); Marion, IL; and Popular Bluff, MO. Typical work includes, but is not be limited to: interior and exterior general construction work.  The North American Industry Classification Code (NAICS Code) 236220 - (General Construction Contractors). This is a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) set aside procurement.  The Small Business Size Standard is $36.5 million, with a PSC code of Z2DA. The term of the IDIQ Multi-Award Task Order Contract (MATOC) will be for a one-year Base Period from date of award, with four (4) one (1) year options. The resulting contracts will not have fixed unit costs. All contract work will be completed through individual task orders awarded for individual projects in VISN 15. All work will be in accordance with individual task order requirements, specifications and drawings provided with each project. Each task order will be priced individually and will include its own wage determination. These task orders will be competed amongst the IDIQ awardees.
1.  Construction by Special Trade Contractors, at least 15 percent of the cost of the contract performance incurred for personnel will be spent on the concern's employees or the employees of other service-disabled veteran-owned small business concerns.
2. MATOC contractor shall be provided a 100% completed design document (drawings and specifications) to initiate and complete construction execution in accordance with contract requirements. Pursuant to 38 USC 8127(d) and in accordance with Public Law 109-461, the Veterans Benefits, Health Care and Information Technology Act of 2006, this solicitation will be a 100% Total Set-Aside for Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Businesses (SDVOSB). In accordance with FAR 52.204-7,System for Award Management Contractor Registration, 52.204-8 Annual Representation and Certification and in accordance with FAR 2.101, Veterans Affairs Acquisition Regulation (VAAR) 802.101, VetBiz Registration, prospective contractors must be registered in System for Award Management (SAM) and in the VetBiz  databases under the applicable NAICS. Firms may obtain SAM information at and VetBiz information at The solicitation package should be available for download on or about October 31, 2016 and shall remain open for thirty (30) days. No hard copies of the solicitation or drawings will be provided; and telephone requests or questions will NOT be accepted. Please email requests or questions to and ensure that the subject line reads VA255-16-R-0501 MATOC Question Request.

MATOC-Kauai Program of Bridge Construction

Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) | Published September 30, 2016
Project Location:  
Island of Kauai, State of Hawaii. 
Project Details:
The Central Federal Lands Highway Division (CFL) of the Federal Highway Administration in partnership with the Hawaii Department of Transportation, anticipates awarding a Multiple Award Task Order Contract (MATOC) for a Kauai Program of Bridge construction. CFL is seeking a minimum of three qualified contractors to provide constructability reviews, logistical support, construction sequencing and other general construction services support as well as construction as necessary to construct temporary and permanent works for a program of bridge projects located on the Island of Kauai, in the State of Hawaii.  Please see the following website and below for information regarding the Kauai bridge projects.
The government anticipates individual task orders ranging from $50,000 to $30,000,000. The request for proposals or invitation for bids will include all contractual requirements for which the work is being requested. 
Two (2) Task Order Request for Proposals (RFP) will be issued simultaneously with the MATOC Request for Proposal. The two (2) Task Orders (seed projects) will consist of: HI STP SR50(2) Bridge No. 7E and HI STP SR50(1) temporary Hanapepe River Bridge.  Offerors will be required to submit a price proposal for the first two task orders as well as qualifications for the base MATOC RFP. The proposals for the first two (2) task orders will be used to evaluate price for the base MATOC best value awards. 
The scope of the task orders may include, but are not limited to constructability reviews of design plan drawings, bridge/roadway value engineering, fabrication and/or delivery of individual bridge elements or temporary works, bridge demolition, construction of temporary and permanent single and multi-span bridges and foundations, mobilization, contractor sampling and testing, earthwork, dewatering, walls, asphalt and concrete surfacing, drainage improvements, traffic control, installation of traffic signals and signs, and other work incidental to bridge construction projects.     
This is competitive best value procurement and evaluation factors for award will be fully stated in the RFP.  Evaluation factors will include Contractor Past Performance, Team Organization and Qualifications and Financial capability and bonding capacity.
The government may award a minimum of three contracts resulting from this solicitation to the responsible offerors whose offers, conforming to the solicitation, will be most advantageous to the Government, price, technical, and other factors considered.  Each contract awarded will consist of one base year and options to extend the contract for four additional one-year periods. The contract will have a maximum not-to-exceed five year total of $75 million.

Construction of Storage Module at Udvar Hazy Museum Center

Smithsonian Institution, Office of the Chief Financial Officer | Published September 29, 2016  -  Deadline November 18, 2016
This Request for Qualifications is Phase 1 of a two-step solicitation to select a general contractor for construction of a storage facility at the National Air & Space Museum's Udvar Hazy Center located in Dulles, Virginia ("Dulles Collection Storage Module" also referred to as the "Subject Project"). This Request for Qualification ("RFQ") is being released to expedite the bid process and selection of a construction contractor. Phase 2 of this procurement will be an RFP numbered F16SOL10064, tentatively planned for release in January 2017 with 100% construction documents. The contract award is anticipated in February 2017.
Issue Date: September 29, 2016Questions due: November 9, 2016Due Date: November 18, 2016
Additional information must only be obtained by contacting:Eve Errickson,

Civil Engineering Multiple Award Construction Contract (CEMACC)

Department of the Air Force, Air Force Materiel Command | Published October 19, 2016
This RESTRICTED ACQUISITION is set -aside for SDVOSB firms. The Associated NAICS codes 236220 and the size standard is 36.5M in accordance with FAR 4.1102 and DFARS 252-204-7004, Alternate A, System for Award Management (SAM) the contractor must be registered in SAM prior to ward. Offeror may obtain information on registration at Additionally, prime contractors must be U.S. owned entities.The CEMACC is an Indefinite-Delivery Indefinite-Quantity (IDIQ) contract for design-build and design-bid-build construction projects, which are specific to WRAFB, and applicable to individual task orders. Work will consist of a broad range of maintenance, repair, alteration and /or new construction work on various real property facilities. Type of work the contractor can expect (not inclusive): new construction of buildings and structures; alteration, restoration, and repair of buildings, structures, roads, airfields, grounds, roofs; specialty construction; utilities; and miscellaneous services including remediation/hazardous waste removal (i.e. asbestos, lead paint etc.). Contractor efforts may also include design/build from concept to 100% design. The Air Force intends to award on contract for this effort. The contractor shall provide all material, equipment, labor and general conditions to accomplish the work required for each individual TO.Contract POP: 1 year basic ordering period with 4 Annual options.The estimated magnitude of the entire CEMACC is NTE $70million maximum. The value of individual Task Orders is typically $250k to $3,000,000. However, there is a potential that to may be more or less than this range.NOTES:1. Hard copies of the solicitation will not be provided. You may, however, download and print the file from the website There is no fee for this solicitation.3. Please pay particular attention to the new CEMACC Statement of Work, Sections L & M of the RFP as they contain changes from the previous BOPEC contract competed in the past. This acquistion will be utilizing the Lowest Price Technically Acceptable (LPTA) source selection procedure.4. Contractors shall be capable of securing bid bonding in the amount of $2.8M. Additionally, Performance and Payment Bonds shall be required up to the full amount of individual TO's. 5. Contractors that are Debarred, Suspended, or Proposed for Debarment are excluded from receiving contracts. Agencies also shall not consent to subcontract with these contractors.

Y--Design and Construction of Negresti EOD Training Facility located in Central Moldova

Department of the Navy, Naval Facilities Engineering Command | Published October 21, 2016  -  Deadline October 28, 2016
The pre-solicitation for this requirement for the Design and Construction of Negresti EOD Training Facility located in Central Moldova was originally posted in EuroNeco on 25 July 2016 under RFP # N33191-16-R-1414.
The RFP number has been changed to N33191-17-R-1603. The solicitation and all attachments will be posted under this new RFP number.

Towing, Salvage, and Rescue Ships (Detail Design and Construction)

Department of the Navy, Naval Sea Systems Command | Published October 18, 2016
The Naval Sea Systems Command plans to issue an unrestricted solicitation (N00024-17-R-2207) for the Detail Design and Construction of up to eight Towing, Salvage, and Rescue (T-ATS) Ships. The Government anticipates a single award contract with a base quantity of one and options for an additional seven ships over the life of the contract. The T-ATS will operate as the primary open ocean towing vessel for the U. S. Navy, and will have salvage operations and submarine rescue mission support capabilities. The T-ATS will be based on existing commercial towing offshore vessel designs which provide similar capabilities to those needed for U.S. Navy operations.The Government intends to acquire state-of-the-art commercially-available American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) classed vessels capable of performing the following missions:  • Towing  • Deep ocean search and recovery  • Mobile diving and salvage unit-embarked operations  • Submarine rescue vessel of opportunity  • Oil spill response  • Humanitarian assistancePotential sources will be required to base their T-ATS designs on a mature commercial vessel parent design which has been previously constructed or is currently being constructed. The commercial vessel parent design must have a dynamic positioning system meeting at least American Bureau of Shipping DPS-2 requirements. The commercial vessel parent design must have a minimum bollard pull rating of 130 short tons. The commercial vessel parent design must have a working deck area of 5,000 square feet with a minimum 131 feet in length by a minimum of 36 feet in width; this working deck area may include the area provided by a stern roller and can be met by re-arranging working deck equipment, but the working deck requirement cannot be met by modification of the hull form (e.g. plugging or widening the design's molded lines). Potential sources must have the design capabilities, production facilities, and management necessary to design and construct the vessels. Potential sources must either own or have access to a Navy certified dock or a commercially certified drydock prior to contract award.
The Government intends to acquire the T-ATS vessels through a Full and Open competition utilizing a solicitation for the acquisition of a commercial item prepared in accordance with the format in Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) Part 12, Acquisition of Commercial Items. The planned date for Request for Proposal (RFP) release is the first quarter of Fiscal Year 2017, with a planned date of contract award by the end of the 4th Quarter Fiscal Year 2017.
The NAICS Code for the T-ATS procurement will be 336611 (Ship Building and Repair). Companies capable of building ships that meet the requirements listed above are encouraged to submit an expression of interest in response to this synopsis. Responses and questions regarding this synopsis should be submitted to by 2 November 2016. If your firm is interested in this planned procurement, it is advised that you monitor the Federal Business Opportunities (FBO) website at for additional information. This presolicitation notice does not constitute a request for proposals.

Construction Supervision or Compliance Activity of USAID/Armenia Funded Activities

Agency for International Development, Overseas Missions | Published October 20, 2016  -  Deadline December 5, 2016
This requirement is for a Blanket Purchase Agreement for Architectural and Engineering (A&E) Services for various project locations within Republic of Armenia. A&E firms and individuals shall hold all necessary licenses of the Republic of Armenia to provide the required services. The services will be for undertaking the supervision or compliance review of USAID's Implementing Partner's and construction contractor's works, which will include the following: (i)	Design review and comments; Ensure that works are in compliance with the approved design and applicable laws, building codes and safety requirements;(ii)	Supervision or compliance  review of construction works for safety, quality, quantity (volume of works) and time control; The aim is to obtain the highest quality product, in the least time, and assure adherence to USAID approved environmental, safety and health procedures, controlling claims and moderating additional cost, and maintain a written record of the process and results;(iii)	Participate in and where necessary perform interim testing of systems and system components; (iv)	Participate in the final inspection and acceptance of works; (v)	Work closely with USAID respective staff for coordination of activities, provide regular technical feedback on progress, schedule joint monitoring site visits;(vi)	Compile and provide related documents and reports, etc. Specific deliverables and milestones will be provided by the COR for each Task Order issued under this BPA.Comment on the Contractor's Shop Drawings: The A&E Company will review the working designs and specifications to ensure that they comply with Armenian construction standards/codes and safety and environmental requirementsSupervision, Compliance Oversight of Construction Contractors Works: The A&E Company shall supervise or review the construction work for compliance with the overall agreed technical quality and compliance of performance, equipment and materials, and the quality of workmanship as well as the quantity (volume of works) and time control when tasked. This shall involve compliance with the design and specifications, quality of work and changes of the program when appropriate. Compliance control shall be carried out for supplies as well as for works. Particular attention has to be paid to the compliance with safety and environmental requirements. Recommendations shall be made to USAID/Armenia either recommending acceptance or denial of the contractor's requests for extensions, changes for the approved plans and schedules.Technical Inspections: The A&E Company shall check all the technical codes and standards for the installation and construction of all systems/equipment and their compliance with approved designs, applicable laws, building codes, safety and environmental requirements.Meetings: Site progress meetings with USAID/Armenia shall be scheduled on a monthly or semi-monthly basis as requested by USAID/Armenia for each specific order. More frequent meetings will be organized during times of peak activity, if necessary. In case inaccuracies are identified during inspection visits, corrective and remedial measures will be discussed and agreed upon during the formal progress monitoring meetings. The principal items to be addressed at the project progress meetings and following monthly reports shall include but not limited to the following:•	Adequacy of performed works with the initially approved design;•	Discussion of identified current/potential problems, finding solutions.
Testing and Commissioning: The A&E Company shall participate in the interim and final commissioning. The A&E Company shall certify final test results and witness the commissioning of the systems. Testing of all the equipment/systems installed by the construction contractor shall be carried out in accordance with the specifications. A&E Company engineers shall attend and witness final testing of equipment and systems.A.	Deliverables and Deliverables ScheduleFor each Task Order under this BPA the Contractor shall submit the following deliverables/reports or outputs to the COR:
• Construction Project Supervision or Compliance Reports: will be submitted to USAID/Armenia on a monthly basis regarding the progress of the project; quantity and quality as well as correspondence of the works performed by the construction contractor(s) with the design. Should any inconsistencies between the design and the works performed by the construction contractor, or any other problems be identified during the project monitoring, the contractor will provide unplanned reports to USAID/Armenia keeping them apprised of the problems.
• Phase Reports: will be provided to USAID/Armenia upon completion of certain tasks and installation and testing of systems according to the approved schedule of works.
• Project Completion Report: will be provided to USAID/Armenia upon completion and sign off of a specific project.
• BPA Completion Report: will be provided to USAID/Armenia upon completion and sign off of the BPA.The lead discipline shall be a registered Architect. The term of the contract will be 1,825 calendar days from the date of contract award, or until a $500,000 maximum contract limit is reached. The daily rates will be negotiated for each calendar year.The A&E fee for any single order may not exceed $150,000. The estimated start date is December 2016.
Qualifications will be reviewed by an A&E Evaluation Board to evaluate and determine the most highly qualified firms to perform the work prescribed in the Statement of Work for the BPA and the BPA's calls announced with BPA.   The evaluation of the offerors will be based on the information provided in the Standard Form 330.
A price proposal will be requested of the highest evaluated firm and discussions will be initiated with this firm with the intent of an award.
Evaluation of proposals will be done using numerical scoring by the criteria presented below.
A&E selection criteria will include (in order of importance):
(1) Professional qualification of the proposed staff and consultants. Proposals shall demonstrate knowledge and experience in applying sustainability concepts and principles to facilities and infrastructures through an integrated design approach, including: water and energy conservation, pollution prevention, the use of recovered and recycled materials, waste reduction, and construction waste management practices. List only the team members who will actually perform major tasks under this contract. Qualifications should address each individual's specific contribution to the efforts contemplated by the contract.
SCHEDULE A: 1) interior/exterior renovations/alterations; 2) energy efficiency/conservation designs, 3) repair and minor construction projects, 4) structural investigations and 5) seismic evaluations.
SCHEDULE B: 1) water and other utility improvements, 2) site improvements, 3) general landscape, surveying and irrigation projects, 4) life safety, 5) site surveys, 6) site investigations, 7) cost estimating, 8) economic analysis required to develop and define actual costs of construction projects,9) provide quality control and inspection/acceptance services.
The firm must have experience with coordination of design disciplines for phased construction, including occupied/unoccupied and fast track projects. Projects may also require the identification of asbestos and lead-based paint. Do not list more than a total of ten (10) projects in Section F of SF Form 330. Indicate which consultants for the proposed team, if any, participated in the preparation of design documentation for the projects listed. Sustainable Design: Demonstrated success in prescribing the use of recovered materials and achieving waste reduction and energy efficiency in facility design.
2) Past performance on contracts with government agencies and private industry in terms of cost control, quality of work and compliance with performance schedules. Indicate effectiveness by listing budget/estimated construction cost, award amount, final design estimates, and construction change order rate for at least five recent projects. Briefly describe internal quality assurance and cost control procedures and indicate team members who are responsible for monitoring these processes and how you ensure the quality of work from subcontractors. List recent awards, commendations, and other performance evaluations (do not submit copies).
(3) Capacity to accomplish the work in the required time. Indicate the firm's present workload and the availability of the project team (including consultants) for the specified contract performance period and indicate specialized available and prior security clearances.
(4) Location in the general geographic area and knowledge of the locality of the projects.
Those firms which meet the requirements described in this announcement and wish to be considered must submit one copy of SF 330 for the firm and Section E of SF330 for each consultant listed in Section G, to the address stated above by 5:00 P.M. Local Time on the due date that is shown above. Submittals received after the date and time stated herein will not be considered. Indicate solicitation number in block 3 of PART I and block 1 of PART II, Contractor Establishment Code (CEC), and /or DUNS number in block 4 of PART II, email address in block 6c. For firm with multiple offices, complete the PART II for each specific branch office seeking work. Use Section H of the SF 330 to provide any additional information desired. Personal interviews may not be scheduled prior to selection of the most highly qualified firm. SF 330s shall not exceed 30 printed pages. Double sided are two pages. Organizational charts and photographs are excluded from the 30-page count. Exception: Photographs with text will be considered one page. All information must be included in the SF 330 (cover letter, other attachments and pages in excess of the 30 page limit will not be included in the evaluation process).
Firms not providing the requested information in the format directed in the synopsis will be negatively evaluated. Firms, their subsidiaries or affiliates that design or prepare specifications for a construction contract or procurement of supplies cannot provide the construction or supplies. This limitation also applies to subsidiaries and affiliates of the firm. Telegraphic and facsimile SF 330s will not be accepted. Site visits will not be arranged during the submittal period The Standard Industrial Code (SIC) is 8711 and the North American Industry Code Standard (NAICS) is 541330. The lead discipline shall be a registered Architect.
Proposals must be written in English. The Offeror should submit the proposal electronically internet e-mail attachments compatible with PDF, MS Word, Excel, in a MS Windows environment. The address for the recipient of electronic proposals is
Government Obligation - The US Government is not obligated to make an award or to pay for any costs incurred by the offeror in preparation of a proposal in response hereto.

Y--Construction of Structures and Facilities

Department of the Interior, Bureau of Indian Affairs | Published February 24, 2009  -  Deadline April 16, 2020
This procurement is for a multiple award construction contract(MACC) and is being advertised on an unrestricted basis inviting full and open competition. The Bureau of Indian Affairs, Southwest Regional Office (SWRO), Albuquerque Acquisitions Office (AAO), intends to award multiple Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) construction contracts for Design/Build to the responsible proposers whose proposals, conforming to the Request for Proposal (RFP), will be most advantageous to the Government resulting in the best value, price and other factors considered.   The BIA, SWRO AAO intends to award multiple IDIQ design-build construction contracts for new building construction, repair, demolition, and renovation to include: schools, commercial and institutional buildings at various locations within the BIA area of responsibility throughout the United States.  Types of projects may include, but are not limited to: administration buildings, school buildings, auxiliary school buildings, fire stations, gymnasiums, law enforcement, detention centers, office buildings, and related building systems/parking/paving for a period of one basic year, and four one year option periods. Construction Contractors seeking consideration for award shall have demonstrated successful Design-Build  Project Delivery experience for construction projects as the Primary Design-Build Contractor for projects including but not limited to:  new school construction, alteration, renovation or repair and improvement including school related facilities such as dormitories offices, quarters, other miscellaneous support facilities, and utilities systems.  This is an IDIQ contract with no pre-established fixed contract prices. The actual amount of work to be performed and the time of such performance will be determined by the Contracting Officer or his properly authorized representative, who will issue written task orders to the contractor. Award of task orders will be on a firm fixed price basis. The North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) codes may include, but not limited to: 236220, 237990, 238990, 238390, 238330, 238320, 238220, 238160, 238220, 238210, 238110 and others  and the annual size standard is $33.5 million. The basic contract period will be for 12 months. Each contract contains four (4) 12-month options for a total maximum duration of 60 months. The only work authorized under this contract is work ordered by the government through issuance of a task order. The government makes no representation as to the number of task orders or actual amount of work to be ordered; however, during the term of the contract, a minimum of $2,500.00 is guaranteed to be ordered from each awardee, under the performance period of the contract. Contractors are not guaranteed work in excess of the minimum guarantee.   Source Selection procedures will be used, and award may be made to the offeror whose proposal is the most advantageous and offers the best value to the government, price and other factors considered.If you would like to receive the solicitation, please email your request to the, or fax your request to 505-563-3034.  The solicitation will be available on or about March 13, 2009.

Y--Design and construction of Soroca Kindergarten 13 and Chetrosu School located in the country of Moldova

Department of the Navy, Naval Facilities Engineering Command | Published October 25, 2016  -  Deadline November 8, 2016
This notice does NOT constitute a request for proposal, request for quote, or invitation for bid. The intent of this notice is to notify potential offerors that NAVFAC EURAFSWA intends to solicit proposals and award a firm-fixed price (FFP) construction contract. The work includes, but is not limited to, the design and construction of Soroca Kindergarten #13  and  Chetrosu School  located in Moldova.
The procurement method to be utilized is FAR Part 15 – Contracting by Negotiation using Source Selection procedures. The solicitation will utilize source selection procedures described in FAR 15.101-2 Lowest price technically acceptable source selection, which require offerors to submit a technical proposal and past performance, as well as a price proposal for evaluation by the Government.
The NAICS Code for this procurement is 236220 and the annual size standard is $33,500,000.
In accordance with FAR 36.204, the estimated cost of construction is between $100,000.00 and $250,000.00.
The contractor shall complete all works within 400 calendar days after contract award.
Offerors can view and/or download the solicitation, and any attachments, at when it becomes available, free of charge.  The solicitation will be posted on or about 8 NOV 2016.  All notices/amendments related to the solicitation will be posted to
This solicitation is available in electronic format only. Documents will be in the Adobe Acrobat PDF file format via the Internet. The free Acrobat Reader, required to view the PDF files, can be downloaded from the Adobe website.

Two-Phase Design Build Construction Contract for the Northern California Youth Regional Treatment Center (NCYRTC)

Department of Health and Human Services, Indian Health Service | Published September 29, 2016
Title: Two-Phase Design Build Construction Contract for the Northern California Youth Regional Treatment Center (NCYRTC)
Description: This is a Presolicitation notice. The RFP will be available on or around 14 October 2016, on, under this solicitation number: HHSI6117R00001: The proposed contract listed here is 100 percent set-aside for Small Business concerns. The Government will only accept offers from certified Small Businesses. All other firms are deemed ineligible to submit offers.
Authority: IHS/OEHE/DES is issuing this synopsis in accordance with FAR Part 5.204 Presolicitation Notices.
Purpose: The IHS is soliciting proposals for a design build, firm-fixed price construction contract to provide comprehensive design and construct a new 36,000-38,000 square foot residential treatment center that will serve American Indian/Alaska Native (AI/AN) adolescents who are experiencing life struggles with alcohol and substance abuse.  The location requires access by the Tribes it serves, IHS staff and visitors, and access to various community amenities serving as elements of the treatment process.  The facility will require a minimum of 10 acres of land.  The site identified for construction has the unique advantage of having only two fixed legal boundaries and one dominant limiting physical boundary, thus allowing flexibility in the net area.  Along with required setbacks and other site development requirements, the proposed site area expands to 12 acres. Emphasis will be placed on developing the project to incorporate specific sustainability goals, operational maintainability, community features, and how the site layout, massing, and organization enhances the public and staff functions of the youth treatment environment; specifically the unique, remote location and cultural setting of this project. The design build contract is anticipated to commence in early 2017 with an approximate performance period of two (2) years.
Location: The proposed Northern California YRTC for IHS will be located on a site currently known as D-Q University, near Davis, in Yolo County.
Competitive Acquisition: This will be a competitive acquisition utilizing Two Phase Design Build Procedures (see FAR 36.3) and is 100% set-aside for small business participation. In Phase 1 of the 2 phase design-build source selection procedure, interested firms or joint venture entities (referred to as "offerors") submit certain specified performance capability proposals, demonstrating their capability to successfully execute the design-build construction contract resulting from this solicitation. The Government will evaluate the performance capability proposals in accordance with the criteria described and will short-list no more than three (3) of the Phase 1 offerors to compete for the design-build contract in Phase 2. Source Selection procedures will be used with the intent to award a firm-fixed price construction contract to the responsible Offeror whose proposal, conforming to the Request for Proposal (RFP), is the most advantageous and offers the best value to the Government.
Contract Type: The Indian Health Service intends to award a Frim Fixed Price (FFP) Construction Contract in support of this requirement.
NAICS: The North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) Code is 236220 with a size standard of $36.5 million. This requirement is 100% set aside for small business.  For the purposes of this procurement, a concern is considered a small business if its average annual revenue for the last three (3) years is less than $36.5 million. For information concerning NAICS and SBA size standards, go to
The estimated price range for design and construction is between $10,000,000 and $20,000,000.
Pursuant to Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR), the solicitation will be available for download no earlier than 15 days following the posting of this synopsis and the response date of the solicitation is no earlier than 30 days from the date of the solicitation release date.  The proposal due date will be noted on the RFQ at the time of issuance. There is no information available until the issue of the solicitation via the Internet.  Register as an interested party at this synopsis site on to receive notification of solicitation issuance, which will be no sooner than 14 October 2016.
Issuance of the solicitation will be in electronic format only. No disks or hard copy will be available. Follow the registration procedures at to receive notification of solicitation/amendment posting.

Initial Construction, Beachfill, Manasquan Inlet to Barnegat Inlet, Ocean County, New Jersey

Department of the Army, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers | Published September 12, 2016  -  Deadline October 26, 2016
This acquisition is a firm fixed price procurement for beachfill - initial construction, beachfill initial construction from Manasquan Inlet to Barnegat Inlet, Ocean County, New Jersey. The proposed work will consist of placement of approximately 10,700,000 cubic yards of sand to repair the dune and berm system along the Atlantic Ocean coastline between Manasquan Inlet and Barnegat Inlet, Ocean County, New Jersey. The project area extends approximately 13.7 miles from Manasquan Inlet south to the northernmost portion of Island Beach State Park. The base bid of the solicitation encompasses the municipalities of Mantoloking, Brick Township, Toms River Township, Lavallette, Seaside Heights, and Seaside Park. The contract work may also consist of separate options for Point Pleasant Beach, Bay Head, Berkeley Township.
The contract work may also consist of separate options to place additional amounts of beachfill per option, if awarded, in locations within and outside of the Base bid areas. The project work for the Base Bid and Options, if awarded, may also include, in addition to beachfill: the construction pedestrian, vehicle, and ADA dune crossovers; planting dune grass; fencing (sand, split rail, and post and rail); stabilization mats, structures monitoring, and the repair or extension of existing storm water outfalls and drainage structures; and the relocation or removal of various existing structures to accommodate the beachfill and dunes. The beachfill material for this contract must come from the three (3) authorized borrow areas located approximately 1.5 - 3 miles offshore of the project shoreline in the Atlantic Ocean, as designated on the contract drawings. Constructed dunes will be planted with beach grass.
In addition to the above-listed dredging and beachfill items, the base contact work will include pre-placement and post-placement condition surveys;
Period of performance for the base bid work is 490 calendar days.
The estimated cost of the project is over $100,000,000.00. The NAICS Code is 237990 and the small business size standard is $27.5 million. Liquidated Damages will be specified. Davis Bacon rates will be applicable to the contract and bonding is required. This procurement is unrestricted.
Issue date for the solicitation is on or about September 26, 2016 with bids opening on or about October 26, 2016. Solicitation documents, plans and specifications will only be available via the Federal Business Opportunities (FBO) homepage located at Registration for plans and specifications should be made via the FBO internet homepage. Hard copies will not be available. No written or fax requests will be accepted. It is the contractor's responsibility to monitor FBO for any amendments. Contractors who receive a federal contract of $25,000.00 are required by legislation (FAR 22.1310(b)) to submit an annual VETS-100 Report on your employment of targeted veterans. Information on submitting your report may be obtained by calling 1-703-461-2460 or by accessing the following internet website: All contractors must be registered in the DODs System for Award Management database at as required by DFARS 204.1103. Affirmative Action to ensure equal opportunity is applicable to the resulting contract. Award of the contract will be made as a whole to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder.

MARKET SURVEY CAPABILITY ASSESSMENT- Construction of a Concrete Shelter Building with a Steel Antenna Tower Platform with a walk up stairway

Department of Transportation, Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) | Published October 21, 2016  -  Deadline October 28, 2016
The Federal Aviation Administration, Eastern Service Area, is conducting a Market Survey/Request for Information to gain understanding of the current marketplace and to identify responsible, capable sources. Responses to this market survey will be used to determine if there is adequate competition to set this requirement aside for Small Disadvantaged Businesses.  This survey is being conducted in accordance with FAA Acquisition Management System (AMS) Section for the purpose of soliciting statements of interest and capabilities from interested vendors. This survey will be utilized for acquisition planning, as well as to determine if there are any responsible small disadvantages businesses or other small businesses capable of performing this project.
This Market Survey is for the requirement of the Construction of a Concrete Shelter Building with a Steel Antenna Tower Platform with a walk up stairway located at the Boston Logan International Airport in Boston, MA.
All responses to this market survey will be used for informational purposes only.  This is not a screening information request or request for proposal of any kind.  The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is not seeking or accepting unsolicited proposals at this time. Presently, the nature of the competition has not been determined.  Upon solicitation the FAA may decide to do a full and open competition or set aside all or part of the procurement for small businesses, service-disabled veteran-owned small businesses or eligible socially and economically disadvantaged businesses that are certified by the SBA for participation in the SBA’s 8(a) Program.
All interested vendors are advised that the FAA will not pay for any information or any administrative costs incurred that are associated with any response received in response to this Market Survey. Therefore, any costs associated with Market Survey submissions will be solely at the interested vendor's expense.
The FAA is seeking responsible contractors interested in providing Offers for the Construction of a Concrete Shelter Building with a Steel Antenna Tower Platform with a walk up stairway located at the Boston Logan International Airport in Boston, MA.   The anticipated period of performance is approximately two hundred and fifteen (215) working days.
Project Description:
The project consists of the successful Contractor providing the necessary labor, materials, supplies, and equipment to install:
1. one concrete equipment shelter bldg. (21' square) and a 16ft x 24ft x 12ft high steel antenna tower platform with stairway.
2. ice bridging cable tray and Heliax coax cables from the new RTR shelter to the new tower.
3. underground duct bank conduits from existing RVR shelter to new RTR shelter with:
a. Air-blown fiber and associated micro-duct/ tube cable.
b.	12 pr #19 RDUP PE-39 copper cable.
4. New 75 KVA transformer (Single Phase) with Pad.
5. New outdoor Power Distribution Rack off transformer.
(underground duct bank conduits from Power Distribution Rack to existing RVR shelter and new RTR with power cables.)
6. Excavate and install concrete footings for both the shelter bldg. and the antenna tower, place bldg., erect antenna tower along with all associated items:  cable ice tray, platform, railings, stairway, antenna mounts, grounding and lightning protection, etc.; and perform site work grading as required.
A. The estimated price range is between $500,000.00 and $1,000,000.00.  The applicable North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) code is 237130.
This market survey will serve as a market analysis to assist the FAA in determining which procurement method to use.  The failure to obtain adequate responses from responsible SBA 8(a) firms or other small businesses may result in the determination to conduct this procurement action under full and open competition.
SECTION II – CAPABILITY STATEMENT:  In order to make this determination the FAA requires the submission of the following information from interested vendors:
All respondents must provide a Capability Statement that addresses the following (in order):
a.	Type of services provided by interested firm that demonstrate its ability to perform the services described in the Project Description.
b.	Services provided under previous contracts that are similar in size, scope and complexity to this effort.  Provide detailed information and past performance information for at least three (3) previous contracts including program title, customer name, project dates, project value, customer point of contact, and description of work performed.
c.	Respondent’s access to additional resources, skills, subcontractors, etc., if necessary to perform the contract.  If subcontracting, teaming, or partnering arrangements are anticipated, those arrangements must be identified, as well as the estimated percentage of the total effort that each subcontractor, partner, or team member will provide of the total effort.
d.	Copies of certification letters from all responding small businesses, service-disabled veteran-owned small businesses or eligible socially and economically disadvantaged businesses that have been certified by the Small Business Administration (SBA), if applicable.
Response submittals must include the following information :
A)   Name of company
B)   Address
C)   Phone and Fax number
D)   Point of contact
E)   Email address
F)   Business size status:  8(a), Small Business, SDVOSB, VSB, etc. (Return attached Business Declaration Form)
G)   Verification of registration in the System for Award Management (SAM)
H)   Any other pertinent information.
All responses are to be submitted on company letterhead and limited to a total of (ten) 10 typewritten pages, with font no less than 11 point.
Information on pricing is NOT required. However, if vendors submit General information on prices/costs or a commercial/catalog price list, the FAA may use the information for informational purposes only and is NOT binding in any way.   At this time the Specifications and Drawings are not available for posting.  Note if you are viewing this announcement from other than the FAA's contract opportunities website, attachments may not transfer correctly.  This Posting is best viewed at FAA Contract Opportunities; therefore, please visit FAACO.FAA.GOV.
All responses to this market survey must be received by 28 October 2016, 12:00 PM EDT.  Submittals must be submitted in one hard-copy and one Read -Only disc; however, the FAA will not be responsible for any failure attributable to transmitting or receiving the Submittal. Your hard-copy responses may be submitted using the United States Postal Service (USPS) or any commercial mail carrier. In addition, if any Vendor intends to hand-carry his submission to the designated receiving office, the Contracting Officer (CO) should be notified by email at least 24-hours prior to the visit to allow time for the CO to notify security guards at the entrance to the facility.  The contractor will need to furnish the names of the employees who will be visiting, and the expected date and time of arrival.  Otherwise, entry may be delayed or possibly denied.
Please refer all questions in “writing” only to
All submittals should be submitted to:
Federal Aviation Administration
Eastern Service Area, AAQ-510
ATTN:  Regina Singleton, Suite 400
1701 Columbia Avenue
College Park, GA  30337
This Notice is for informational purposes for Minority, Women-Owned and Disadvantaged Business Enterprises: The Department of Transportation (DOT), Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization, has a program to assist small businesses, small businesses owned and controlled by a socially and economically disadvantaged individuals, and women-owned concerns to acquire short-term working capital assistance for transportation-related contracts. Loans are available under the DOT Short Term Lending Program (STLP) at prime interest rates to provide accounts receivable financing. The maximum line of credit is $750,000. For further information and applicable forms concerning the STLP, call the OSDBU at (800) 532-1169.
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Owl Creek Culvert/Road Construction

Department of Agriculture, Forest Service | Published October 18, 2016  -  Deadline December 5, 2016
This contract consists mainly of road bed reconditioning and maintenance, culvert replacement, and a water conveyance and storage projects. Work includes but is not limited to the following major items:
- Road, ditch, and culvert reconditioning on the 26N23 & 27N98 roads.- Culvert replacement on the 26N23 road at Owl Creek.- Stream reconstruction and stabilization at Owl Creek culvert.- Water source improvements, conveyance, and water storage at Owl Creek culvert site.

Construction Services: Site Repairs and Improvements at Statue of Liberty National Monument, Liberty Island, NYC, NY. NPS PMIS # STLI 201065 � P17PS00002

Department of the Interior, National Park Service | Published October 13, 2016  -  Deadline November 28, 2016
GENERAL: The National Park Service, Department of Interior, will be soliciting proposals from construction firms having the capability to perform the work described below. Specific instructions on submitting proposals will be contained in the solicitation documents to be issued on or after the date listed below. Proposals for this solicitation are due no later than 5:00 p.m. Mountain Time, on Monday, November 27, 2016.
The entire solicitation package with all attached documents are available in Microsoft Word, HTML, and/or Adobe PDF. Specifications and drawings are available in Adobe PDF format through Paper copies of this solicitation will not be made available.
PROJECT DESCRIPTION: Site improvements in the Arrival Mall includes removal of approximately 8000 sf of damaged granite and replacing with new brick pavers and reinstalling approximately 4700 sf of existing pavers to complete the tie-ins. Site improvements at the Main Mall consist of installing 5300 square feet of new brick pavers & reinstalling 1900 square feet of existing pavers. At the tree panels, install 90 feet of granite curb, 11500 square feet of brick pavers & 4700 square feet of granite pavers, all with related sand and base. 560 feet of existing granite walls will be cleaned & kiosk reinstalled. Forty-six (46) new trees will be planted with new replacement soil and mulch. Over 900 lineal feet each of new tree and trench drains will be installed & connected to existing system. The project includes 1,650 LF of stainless steel fencing and mesh. Three sets of double leaf gates and drainage and utility work is also included in the work.
PROCUREMENT TYPE: The Government anticipates negotiating and awarding a single firm-fixed price contract to meet this requirement. This negotiated firm-fixed price contract will be awarded requiring submission of both a technical and a price proposal. The Government will consider an offeror's technical capability in comparison to its price to determine the best value (trade-off process) to the Government.
SET-ASIDE TYPE: This is a competitive total small business set-aside acquisition limited to small business firms. All responsible sources may submit an offer for consideration in accordance with these and other terms and conditions of the anticipated solicitation.
NAICS CODE: The primary NAICS Code for this project is 238990 - All Other Specialty Trade Contractors (for Brick Paver Installation/Fencing) with a small business size standard of $15.0M. The secondary NAICS is 561730 - Landscaping Services (for tree work) with a small business size standard of $7.5M.
MAGNITUDE: In accordance with FAR 36.204, the project magnitude is estimated to be between $3,000,000 and $4,000,000.
DURATION: The contract performance period is expected to be 300 calendar days from notice to proceed.
PRE-PROPOSAL SITE VISIT: An organized pre-proposal site visit has been scheduled for Thursday, November 3, 2016, at 9 a.m. ET on Ellis Island. See Provision L.17 in the clauses and provisions attachment.
(1) The walkthrough will begin with a brief introductory meeting in the New Immigration Building Conference Room on Ellis Island and then we will take a ferry to Liberty Island to review the specific areas of the projects.
(2) Any interested contractors should email both and The email should include the name of the company and person(s) attending the pre-proposal site visit along with their vehicle information (make, model and license plate). All will be required to present ID for confirmation once arriving at Post 4 Ellis Island Entrance off Freedom Way in Liberty State Park.
(3) Participants will meet at Post 4 (see Paragraph (2) above) by 8:30 a.m. in order to get processed thru security screening and make it to the meeting on time.
ADDITIONAL INFO: Vendors can search for opportunities and award history on without registering. The Federal Business Opportunities ( website includes an Interested Vendors List and a Watch List, which allows interested companies to add their company name to these two lists. Registering provides opportunity to receive notifications, which is a tool of convenience only and does not serve as a guarantee of notification. Interested vendors and plan holders are required to visit the website periodically to check for amendments and other changes to the synopsis or solicitation documents.
You are required to have a DUNS number and an active registration in SAM, System for Award Management ( in order to conduct business with the Federal Government. Online Representations and should be filled out in
For questions please contact via email both the Contract Specialist Alan Stormont at and the Contracting Officer, Al O'Mara at Office Address (USPS): National Park ServiceDenver Service Center (DSC-CS)12795 West Alameda ParkwayP.O. Box 25287Denver, Colorado 80225-0287
Contracting Office Address (Courier): National Park ServiceDenver Service Center (DSC-CS)12795 West Alameda ParkwayLakewood, Colorado 80228

38--Heavy Construction Equipment Repair andMaintenance Services

Department of the Interior, Bureau of Indian Affairs | Published April 5, 2008  -  Deadline April 28, 2020
REQUEST-FOR-PROPOSALS (RFP) The Bureau of IndianAffairs (BIA), Rocky Mountain Region is currentlyseeking potential contractors for an IndefiniteDelivery-Indefinte Quantity type contract for BIAConstruction and related equipment on various IndianReservations in Montana and Wyoming.  REQUIREMENT:  A. Shop/Field Labor; service and/or supply; price/costsfor equipment repair, equipment overhaul andpreventative maintenance of vehicles, trucks and otherheavy construction related equipment (See Schedule). Repair locations will include the Contractors ownfacility and at various base station job sites onvarious Indian Reservations (See Schedule).   TheCobell Litigation prohibits the BIA from InternetAccess or disbursing information electronically. Prior to Award of a contract, vendors must beregistered with the Central Contractor Registration(CCR) website at and be registeredwith Dun and Bradstreet at MAILING AND CLOSING DATE FOR RECEIPT OF PROPOSALS IS5:00 PM ON APRIL 28, 2008.  Solicitation packages areready to be mailed, please contact the BIA ContractingOffice for packages.  The NAICS Code is 811310.  Thisrequirement is reserved for all small businessconcerns.  The Service Contract Act and both theMontana and the Wyoming Department of Labor WageDetermination rates will apply.  Award will be madefor a base and four option years to a single or tomultiple contractors for either a single or alllocations whose subsequent proposal is the mostcost-effective and advantageous to the Government interms of cost. To request a solicitation package or ifyou should have any questions or concerns, pleasecontact the BIA Rocky Mountain Region ContractingOffice at (406) 247-7941.