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CON 244 - DAU Equivalent Course; Construction Contracting

Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) | Published March 8, 2016  -  Deadline February 15, 2016
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Construction Services: Site Repairs and Improvements at Statue of Liberty National Monument, Liberty Island, NYC, NY. NPS PMIS # STLI 201065

Department of the Interior, National Park Service | Published September 21, 2016
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GENERAL: The National Park Service, Department of Interior, will be soliciting proposals from construction firms having the capability to perform the work described below. This is a PRESOLICITATION notice only and does not constitute a solicitation; accordingly, no response is due at this time. Specific instructions on submitting proposals will be contained in the solicitation documents to be issued on or after the date listed below. It is anticipated that a solicitation will be issued via this announcement on or around 10/07/16 on the Federal Business Opportunities (www.fbo.gov) website. Responses will be due approximately 45 days or more following the issuance of the solicitation, once posted. Actual proposal receipt date will be established at the time solicitation documents are available. This pre-solicitation announcement does not constitute a solicitation. The entire solicitation package with all attached documents will be available in Microsoft Word, HTML, and/or Adobe PDF. Specifications and drawings will be available in Adobe PDF format through fbo.gov. 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 design build 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. SITE VISIT: It is anticipated that a Pre-Proposal Conference/Site Visit will be scheduled sometime during the last week of October/first week of November 2016. Specific details regarding this meeting will be provided in the solicitation, once posted. ADDITIONAL INFO: Vendors can search for opportunities and award history on fbo.gov without registering. The Federal Business Opportunities (www.fbo.gov) 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 (www.sam.gov) in order to conduct business with the Federal Government. Online Representations and should be filled out in SAM.gov. For questions please contact via email both the Contract Specialist, Alan Stormont at alan_stormont@nps.gov and the Contracting Officer, Al O'Mara at albert_omara@nps.gov.

TX FTNP PAIS 10(1) Main Park Road

Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) | Published August 13, 2015
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This project will provide resurfacing, restoration, and rehabilitation to the 5.8 miles of the main entrance road from the northern park boundary, to the south where the road terminates at the beach. Resurfacing, restoration, and rehabilitation will also be done on portions of Bird Island Basin Road and the campground road; totaling 0.87 miles. The project also includes raising the profile by the fee station to avoid flooding, a minor realignment of the Campground road, new pullouts, pavement preservation for the Malaquite Visitor Center Parking Lot and its entrance roads, and drainage improvements throughout the project. Type of Construction: Asphalt milling, asphalt pulverization, minor, grading, drainage, aggregate base, asphalt paving, concrete paving, erosion control, signing and striping, and temporary traffic control. Prospective bidders are hereby alerted that there is a potential for the presence of unexploded ordnance (UXO) within the project limits from former U.S. military training. The Government will provide UXO construction support during the clearing and grubbing operations and for other construction work as determined to be needed. Any unexploded ordnance found during these surveys will be removed from the project site. Prospective bidders are hereby alerted that no construction work involving heavy equipment or that generates ground vibrations above current Park traffic conditions will occur within a 0.5 mile radius of the turtle incubation facility when eggs are present. The contracting range for this project is between $5 million to $8 million.

CA FTNP/NPS YOSE 500(1) & 16(7)

Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) | Published May 23, 2016
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This project will consist of roadway resurfacing, restoration, rehabilitation, and reconstruction of approximately 4.9 miles of roadway on the CA FTNP/NPS YOSE 500(2) & 16(7) project in Yosemite National Park, Mariposa County, California.  Work is included on El Portal Road and Valley Loop Road (Northside and Southside Drives), and Sentinel Drive within Yosemite Valley.  Principle work items include 22,000 tons of superpave hot asphalt concrete pavement, 24,000 tons of aggregate base, 18,000 cubic yards of roadway excavation, 7,000 cubic yards of subexcavation, 8,000 tons of surface course aggregate, and 3.8 miles of pulverizing.  Work also includes realignment of 2,000 feet of Northside Drive, roundabout construction at the Village Drive intersection, reconstruction of the Camp 6 and Camp 4 parking lots, drainage improvements, asphalt and aggregate trail construction, and utility work including waterline, sewerline, and electrical system installation.  Additional work items include 1,200 square yards of reinforced concrete pavement, 30,000 linear feet of concrete curb, 5,000 feet of granite curb, 2,800 linear feet of pipe culverts (CMP), and 50 stone masonry headwalls. All of the work is occurring in cultural and natural resource sensitive areas.  Construction phasing and temporary traffic will be very important to minimize disruptions to park visitors throughout construction.  Temporary traffic control will need to accommodate vehicles, bicycles, and pedestrians. It is anticipated this project will be advertised in June, 2016 with construction beginning in October 2016 and extending through November 2017. The estimated price range is between $12,000,000 and $16,000,000.

AZ FTNP GRCA 11(4), Desert View Drive

Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) | Published October 10, 2017
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AZ FTNP GRCA 11(4) Desert View Drive Synopsis: Location: Grand Canyon National Park South RimCounty: Coconino, Arizona Set-aside: Full and open PROJECT DETAILS: This project in includes reconstruction of 7.47 miles of Desert View Drive, 1.1 miles of Yaki Point and Kaibab Trail Access Road, 3.59 South Entrance Road, 1.17 Village Loop Drive in Grand Canyon National Park. Type of Construction: subgrade grading, concrete paving, concrete curb, CMP culverts, concrete headwalls, and riprap, aggregate base course, asphalt pulverizing and paving, traffic control, public information. This project consists of: Schedule A: Phased Construction of 7.47 miles of Desert View Drive roadway reconstruction and paving. Significant Items for Schedule A include: 3,100 LF of fiber rolls; 2,000 CY of roadway excavation; 300 sub excavation; 300 CY of riprap; 3,200 tons of aggregate base; 28,500 tons of hot asphalt paving; 200 LF of pipe culvert placement; 600 LF of concrete curb; 70 miles of pavement markings; 2,600 flagger hours Option W: Phased Construction of 1.00 miles of Rowe Well Road roadway reconstruction and paving. Significant Items for Option W include: 3,070 tons of asphalt concrete pavement, 750 CUYD of subexcavation, 910 tons of roadway aggregate, 14,500 SQYD of full depth reclamation and 400 flagger hours. Option X: Phased Construction of .5 miles of roadway reconstruction and paving. Significant Items for Option X include: 2,900 LF of fiber rolls; 5,000 CY of roadway excavation; 300 CY sub-excavation waste; 50 CY of riprap; 3,400 tons of aggregate base; 10,645 SY minor concrete pavement; 200 LF of pipe culvert placement; 5 miles of pavement markings; 5,000 flagger hours. Option Y: Phased Construction of 3.52 miles of South Entrance Drive reconstruction and paving. Significant Items for Option Y include: 600 LF of fiber rolls; 3,000 CY of roadway excavation; 200 CY sub-excavation; 50 CY of riprap; 2,000 tons of aggregate base; 16,390 tons of hot asphalt paving; 30 LF of pipe culvert placement; 8 miles of pavement markings; 3,200 flagger hours. Option Z: Phased Construction of 1.15 miles of Village Loop Drive and Bypass reconstruction and paving. Significant Items for Option Y include: 900 LF of fiber rolls; 400 CY of roadway embankment; 200 CY sub-excavation; 60 CY of riprap; 2,500 tons of aggregate base; 6,000 tons of hot asphalt paving; 30 LF of pipe culvert placement; 2 miles of pavement markings; 3,200 flagger hours.  

CO FLAP 301(1) RED DIRT BRIDGE

Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) | Published March 21, 2016
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THIS IS NOT AN INVITATION FOR BID. PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS ARE CURRENTLY NOT AVAILABLE. THE TENATIVE ADVERTISEMENT DATE IS APRIL 5, 2016. THIS PROJECT WILL BE ADVERTISED ON A FULL AND OPEN BASIS. Project Location:Eagle County Road 301, otherwise called Colorado River Road, Eagle County, Colorado. PROJECT DETAILS: CO FLAP 301(1) Red Dirt Bridge. This project consists of reconstruction of a 220' 3-span bridge and 0.21 mile roadway reconstruction of Eagle County Road 301, otherwise called Colorado River Road. Type of Construction: grading, MSE Retaining walls, drilled shafts, precast concrete girders, precast and cast in place structural concrete, and riprap, aggregate base course, and minor paving, traffic control, and public information. This project consists of Schedule A which includes Phased Construction of a 220' 3-Span Bridge over the Colorado River and approach grading and paving. Significant Items include 550 LF of fiber rolls; 1,990 CY of roadway excavation; 475 cuyd of structure excavation; 450 cuyd of structural backfill; 940 cuyd of riprap: 1400 sqft of mechanically stabilized earth wall; 1,060 tons of aggregate base; 630 tons of hot asphalt paving; 450 cuyd of structural concrete; 1,072 lnft of precast prestressed concrete bulb tee girders; 150,000 lbs of reinforcing steel; 520 lnft of steel bridge rail; 530 lnft of drilled shafts; 119 LF of pipe culvert placement; 150 LF of fence; 700 sqyd of rolled erosion control product; 3350 lnft pavement markings; 960 flagger hours. It is anticipated this project will be advertised in April, 2016 with construction beginning in June 2016 and extending through March 2017. The contracting range for this project is between $2.5 million and $3.5 million.  

CO FLAP 1099(1) - Lake Pueblo Road & Trail Improvements

Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) | Published August 14, 2015  -  Deadline September 30, 2015
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THIS IS NOT AN INVITATION FOR BID, PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS ARE CURRENTLY NOT AVAILABLE. THE TENTATIVE ADVERTISEMENT DATE IS AUGUST 31, 2015. THIS PROJECT WILL BE ADVERTISED ON A FULL AND OPEN BASIS. PROJECT DESCRIPTION: This project is located in Lake Pueblo State Park, Pueblo, Colorado. The project totals 6.41 miles roadway rehabilitation, 13 miles of trail rehabilitation, and two prefabricated bridges. The project consists of minor grading, drainage reconstruction, asphalt pavement pulverization and rehabilitation, asphalt pavement, concrete pavement, signing, striping, new guardrail, new refabricated pedestrian bridges, and concrete roadway bridge rail replacements. Type of Construction: minor widening, asphalt pulverization, minor grading, drainage, aggregate base, asphalt paving, concrete paving, prefabricated pedestrian bridge construction, erosion control, signing and striping, and temporary traffic control. This project consists of: Schedule A: Minor Widening, Pulverization and paving 3.2 miles of Juniper Road and 13 miles of pedestrian trails, bridge rail construction and pedestrian bridge construction Significant Items for Schedule A Include Approximately: 10,500 LNFT of silt fence; 9,100 LF of sediment logs; removal of 7,600 LNFT of guardrail; 125 Sqyd of bridge deck removal; 8,500 CY of roadway excavation; 1200 CY of waste; 105,000 SQYD of asphalt pulverization; 30,000 tons of roadway aggregate; 17,000 tons of superpave asphalt paving; 53,000 SQYD of 5" thick concrete pavement; 2 prefabricated 120' steel bridges; 110 CY of structural concrete; 225 LNFT of concrete bridge rail; 325 LNFT of pipe culvert placement; 4,600 LNFT of concrete curb; 6,000 LNFTof guardrail; 10,000 SQYD of rolled erosion control product; 80,000 LNFT of epoxy pavement markings; 1200 flagger hours. Option X: Minor widening, subexcavation, bridge rehabilitation, pulverization and paving of 1.2 miles of Juniper Road and North Marina Road. Significant Items for Option X include Approximately: 1300 CY of Roadway excavation; 4,000 tons of roadway aggregate; 20,000 SQYD of asphalt pulverization; 8,000 tons of superpave asphalt paving; 200 LNFT of concrete curb; 425 LNFT of guardrail; 100 LNFT of concrete bridge rail; 34,000 LNFT of epoxy pavement markings; 1000 flagger hours. Option Y: Minor Widening, Pulverization and paving 0.65 miles of Reservoir Road. Significant Items for Option Y include Approximately: 9,500 SQYD of asphalt pavement pulverization; 1,400 tons of roadway aggregate; 4,000 tons of superpave asphalt paving; 13,800 LNFT of epoxy pavement markings. Option Z: Pulverization and paving 0.95 miles of South Marina Road and Juniper Road. Significant Items for Option Z include Approximately: 14,000 SQYD of asphalt pavement pulverization; 1,400 tons of roadway aggregate; 4,000 tons of superpave asphalt paving; 20,000 LNFT of epoxy pavement markings. The contracting range for Schedule A and all Options is $8,000,000 to $12,000,000.

CA BLM 19041(2) Guidotti Bridge

Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) | Published April 20, 2015
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Project Details: This project is located in Monterey County, California within Fort Ord National Monument adjacent to State Route 68 (Monterey-Salinas Highway) approximately 6 miles southwest of Salinas. This project consists of the replacement of the existing 125 foot long Guidotti Bridge over El Toro Creek. The existing Guidotti Bridge is an approximately 125 foot long, single lane, 3 span filled concrete spandrel arch structure. The middle arch was constructed in 1908 and two exterior spans constructed in 1911. The bridge site is on Guidotti Road trail, a single lane gravel road, located approximately ¼ mile from Badger Hill Trail head parking lot adjacent to State Route 68. Guidotti Road and other roads and trails within Fort Ord National Monument experience high visitor use including pedestrians, bicyclists, and equestrians. The bridge will be closed to all traffic during construction but adjacent trail access will need to be maintained for visitors. Portions of the existing concrete structure, containing the original stamped bridge dates, are required to be sawcut and salvaged for incorporation into an interpretative display. The proposed single-span bridge superstructure will consist of 4 adjacent prestressed concrete box beams with thin bonded epoxy overlay. The bridge will be founded on eight (8) driven steel H-piles (HP 14x89) extended approximately 50-feet deep into silty sand and sandy silt subsurface materials. A wave-equation analysis completed by an experienced professional engineer will be required prior to approval of pile-driving equipment. During pile driving operations great attention to detail will be required to ensure that the alignment is within ¼ inch per foot and the piles are driven to within 3 inches of the required cutoff location. This project will require approximately 4,100 LB of reinforcing steel (epoxy coated), 25 CUYD of structural concrete, 380 LNFT of driven steel H-piles, 392 LNFT of precast, prestressed concrete box beam, 200 LNFT of 54 inch high, combination steel and concrete bridge railing, 160 SQYD of thin bonded epoxy overlay, 225 CUYD of earthwork, and 300 CUYD of riprap. This project is located within a sensitive location on BLM lands with high public visitation. All construction debris will need to be contained and kept out of the active channel at the bridge site and dewatering will be required for all work within the active channel. Great attention to detail will be required in achieving customer satisfaction in areas of bridge construction, timely completion of work, minimization of impacts to natural resources, and visitor relations.

CA FTFW/FLAP DOED 10(3), La Riviere Bridge & Marshland

Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) | Published April 10, 2017
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THIS IS NOT A REQUEST FOR BID - PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS ARE NOT AVAILABLE. THE TENATIVE ADVERTISEMENT DATE IS ON OR ABOUT 8 DECEMBER, 2016. THIS PROJECT WILL BE ADVERTISED ON AN UNRESTRICTED (FULL AND OPEN) COMPETITION. PROJECT DETAILS: CA FTFW/FLAP DOED 10(3), La Riviere Marsh Bridge and Marshlands Road This project is for improvements to Marshlands Road in the Don Edwards San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge in Alameda County, California. The project begins at the intersection with Thornton Avenue and extends 0.6 km (0.37 miles) southwest towards the Refuge Headquarters. The major components of work are the relocation of water and sewer lines connected to the existing bridge, the demolition and construction of a bridge over the La Riviere Marsh and 600 meters of pavement rehabilitation. The new bridge will be a 3 span concrete surface with precast concrete piles and girders and cast in place deck and barrier. A temporary bypass lane will be construction adjacent to the bridge to allow for complete removal and reconstruction in a short time frame. The proposed improvements to the roadway are to:• Construct a traffic diversion on the north side of the existing bridge;• Demolish the existing bridge;• Construct a new 2-lane bridge with shoulders and a sidewalk;• Pulverize the existing asphalt;• Pave asphalt; • Install pavement markings, and signage; Major work items include approximately:• Removal of the existing structure• 411 meters of precast, prestressed concrete piles• 320 cubic meters of cast-in-place structural concrete• 48,000 kilograms of epoxy coated reinforced steel• 15 precast, prestressed concrete girders• 4,000 square meters of pulverization• 1,200 metric tons of asphalt concrete pavement• Installation of sanitary sewer and potable water lines (both temporary and permanent facilities) SCHEDULE: Advertisement for bidding on project is anticipated to be May 1, 2017. At that time construction plans and specifications will be made available. Award of contract is anticipated at the end of May 2017. Notice to proceed for work plans, mix designs, shop drawing submittals and prefabrication elements is anticipated in June 2017. Notice to proceed for ground disturbance is anticipated September 1st, 2017 with construction to be completed by January 31st, 2018. MISCELLANEOUS: 1. Provisions will be necessary to protect Federal or State listed endangered, threatened, or special concern species. Provisions will include limitations on when and where work can occur. The limitations include no ground disturbance prior to September 1st and all work must be completed by January 31st. Work plans, mix designs, shop drawings, and prefabricated elements may be completed prior to September 1st.2. Marshlands Road is within Caltrans Right-of-Way. An encroachment permit from Caltrans will be necessary. A separate encroachment permit from the City of Newark will be necessary for impacts to Thornton Avenue. 3. Marshlands Road accesses and is surrounded by a National Wildlife Refuge. Close coordination with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service will be necessary.  

GATE - Repair Park Telecommunications

Department of the Interior, National Park Service | Published June 29, 2015  -  Deadline August 10, 2015
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PROJECT TITLE: GATE 201049B - Repair Park Telecommunications GENERAL: The National Park Service, Department of Interior, anticipates issuing a solicitation for the following project. This is a presolicitation notice only and does not constitute a solicitation; accordingly, no response is due at this time. Specific instructions on submitting proposals will be contained in the solicitation documents. It is anticipated that the solicitation will be issued on or around 7/9/15. The entire solicitation package, including all attachments, will be available electronically at www.FBO.Gov. Paper copies of this solicitation will not be made available. PROJECT SCOPE: This is a construction project to replace Hurricane Sandy damaged outside plant telecommunications infrastructure. The existing copper telecom system must be replaced due to its age and deteriorated condition. The majority of the work is to re-establish telecommunication connectivity capabilities at Sandy Hook, New Jersey, the majority of which is located within or near Fort Hancock. Other project sites include a small amount of telecom work at Jamaica Bay - Jacob Riis Park, Queens, New York; and at Great Kills Park, Staten Island, New York. All three sites are part of the Gateway National Recreation Area (GATE). The work at the Sandy Hook Unit consists of: construction of an outside plant telecommunications ductbank, fiber optic cables, and associated infrastructure to support new fiber optic cabling. The work at Jacob Riis Park and Great Kills Park consists of: construction of outside plant fiber optic cables and associated connecting and termination infrastructure in existing ductbank. The work includes, but is not limited to, the following components: Telecommunication services include providing exterior conduit and ductbank infrastructure, OSP fiber optic cabling, manholes, handholes, new and existing ductbanks and configurations, building terminations inside existing buildings, and ground surface and roadway repairs. It should be noted that telecom wiring inside the buildings is not included in the scope of work (by others). PLACE OF PERFORMANCE: Gateway National Recreation Area - Sandy Hook Unit, Highlands, Monmouth County, New Jersey, United States ESTIMATED MAGNITUDE OF CONSTRUCTION: In accordance with FAR 36.204, the project magnitude is estimated to be between $2,000,000 and $3,000,000. PROCUREMENT TYPE: The Government anticipates negotiating and awarding a single firm-fixed price contract to meet this requirement. SET-ASIDE: This acquisition has been set-aside for small business concerns. Offers will be solicited only from small business concerns. Offers received from concerns that are not small business concerns shall be considered nonresponsive and will be rejected. NORTH AMERICAN INDUSTRIAL CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM (NAICS) CODE AND SMALL BUSINESS SIZE STANDARD: The NAICS code for this project is 237130 and the small business size standard is $36,500,000 BONDS: All offerors will be required to submit a bid bond for 20% of their total proposed price. The successful offeror shall be required to provide performance and payment bonds for 100% of the contract award price. PERIOD OF PERFORMANCE: The contract performance period is expected to be 530 calendar days following contract award. PRE-PROPOSAL CONFERENCE / SITE VISIT: It is anticipated that a Pre-Proposal Conference / Site Visit will be scheduled on or around 7/29/15. Specific details regarding the site visit will be provided in the solicitation. SYSTEM FOR AWARD MANAGEMENT: Offerors shall be required to have a DUNS number and an active registration in SAM, System for Award Management (www.sam.gov) in order to conduct business with the Federal Government. Offerors will be required to complete Online Representations and Certifications at the SAM website. QUESTIONS: For questions please contact Robin Fuchs at Robin_Fuchs@nps.gov and John Chaney at John_Chaney@NPS.Gov.

GATE 201049B Repair Park Telecommunications

Department of the Interior, National Park Service | Published June 23, 2015  -  Deadline August 10, 2015
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PROJECT TITLE: GATE 201049B - Repair Park Telecommunications GENERAL: The National Park Service, Department of Interior, anticipates issuing a solicitation for the following project. This is a presolicitation notice only and does not constitute a solicitation; accordingly, no response is due at this time. Specific instructions on submitting proposals will be contained in the solicitation documents. It is anticipated that the solicitation will be issued on or around 7/9/15. The entire solicitation package, including all attachments, will be available electronically at www.FBO.Gov. Paper copies of this solicitation will not be made available. PROJECT SCOPE: This is a construction project to replace Hurricane Sandy damaged outside plant telecommunications infrastructure. The existing copper telecom system must be replaced due to its age and deteriorated condition. The majority of the work is to re-establish telecommunication connectivity capabilities at Sandy Hook, New Jersey, the majority of which is located within or near Fort Hancock. Other project sites include a small amount of telecom work at Jamaica Bay - Jacob Riis Park, Queens, New York; and at Great Kills Park, Staten Island, New York. All three sites are part of the Gateway National Recreation Area (GATE). The work at the Sandy Hook Unit consists of: construction of an outside plant telecommunications ductbank, fiber optic cables, and associated infrastructure to support new fiber optic cabling. The work at Jacob Riis Park and Great Kills Park consists of: construction of outside plant fiber optic cables and associated connecting and termination infrastructure in existing ductbank. The work includes, but is not limited to, the following components: Telecommunication services include providing exterior conduit and ductbank infrastructure, OSP fiber optic cabling, manholes, handholes, new and existing ductbanks and configurations, building terminations inside existing buildings, and ground surface and roadway repairs. It should be noted that telecom wiring inside the buildings is not included in the scope of work (by others). Work also includes radio improvements at a single repeater site located on the roof of the Eastpointe Condominiums. Work at this location includes but is not limited to installation of an outdoor climate controlled cabinet, VHF Base stations, VHF antennas, VHF combiner, VHF multi-coupler, and a microwave link from Eastpointe to Fort Wadsworth, a microwave link from the dispatch center at Fort Wadsworth to Sandy Hook. PLACE OF PERFORMANCE: Gateway National Recreation Area - Sandy Hook Unit, Highlands, Monmouth County, New Jersey, United States ESTIMATED MAGNITUDE OF CONSTRUCTION: In accordance with FAR 36.204, the project magnitude is estimated to be between $2,000,000 and $3,000,000. PROCUREMENT TYPE: The Government anticipates negotiating and awarding a single firm-fixed price contract to meet this requirement. SET-ASIDE: This acquisition has been set-aside for small business concerns. Offers will be solicited only from small business concerns. Offers received from concerns that are not small business concerns shall be considered nonresponsive and will be rejected. NORTH AMERICAN INDUSTRIAL CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM (NAICS) CODE AND SMALL BUSINESS SIZE STANDARD: The NAICS code for this project is 237130 and the small business size standard is $36,500,000 BONDS: All offerors will be required to submit a bid bond for 20% of their total proposed price. The successful offeror shall be required to provide performance and payment bonds for 100% of the contract award price. PERIOD OF PERFORMANCE: The contract performance period is expected to be 530 calendar days following contract award. PRE-PROPOSAL CONFERENCE / SITE VISIT: It is anticipated that a Pre-Proposal Conference / Site Visit will be scheduled on or around 7/29/15. Specific details regarding the site visit will be provided in the solicitation. SYSTEM FOR AWARD MANAGEMENT: Offerors shall be required to have a DUNS number and an active registration in SAM, System for Award Management (www.sam.gov) in order to conduct business with the Federal Government. Offerors will be required to complete Online Representations and Certifications at the SAM website. QUESTIONS: For questions please contact Robin Fuchs at Robin_Fuchs@nps.gov and John Chaney at John_Chaney@NPS.Gov.

CA-BLM-5910(1)

Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) | Published April 10, 2015
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PROJECT DETAILS: CA BLM 5910(1) Kaweah Bridge This project is located within Case Mountain Area of Critical Environmental Concern in Tulare County, California adjacent to Mineral King Road approximately 6.5 miles southeast of Three Rivers. This project consists of the replacement of the existing 50 foot long, one lane Kaweah Bridge over the East Fork Kaweah River and the deck and railing replacement of the adjacent 20 foot long 6 Mile Flume Bridge. The bridges are located on Case Mountain Road within Bureau of Land Management Lands, and provide critical access for fire management activities. The existing Kaweah Bridge is an approximately 50 foot long structure composed of steel railroad flatcar repurposed into a 3 span bridge. The bridge site is located on Case Mountain Road approximately 1000 feet from the intersection of Mineral King Road. The proposed replacement bridge is a 55-foot by 12-foot prefabricated steel bridge with glue laminated (glulam) deck panels, timber running planks, and steel thrie-beam rail. The contractor will be required to provide a fully engineered, simple span, single-lane, portable modular steel girder bridge. Steel fabrication will need to be completed by an AISC certified fabricator. The bridge will be founded on concrete spread footings to be placed behind the existing concrete piers and between the existing stone masonry wingwalls. Great care will need to be exercised during construction to avoid damage to the stone masonry wingwalls and to minimize required removal of the existing concrete piers. The existing 6 Mile Flume Bridge is an approximately 20-foot long by 13.5-foot wide structure composed of steel wide flange girders supporting a timber deck. The proposed work will consist of removal and replacement of the existing timber decking, running planks, curbing and steel rail with glulam timber deck panels, glulam timber running planks, and timber rail. Both bridges will be closed to all traffic during construction. With the completion of the new bridges, both bridges which are currently load posted to 10 tons, will be brought up to current live load standards. The Kaweah Bridge will require a 55-foot long pre-fabricated steel bridge and approximately 800 LB of reinforcing steel, 9 CUYD of structural concrete, and 45 CUYD of structural excavation. The 6 Mile Flume Bridge will require approximately 0.4 MFBM of glulam structural timber, 25 SQYD of glulam structural timber decking, and 32 LNFT of timber bridge railing. This project is located within a sensitive location on BLM lands with site access provided by the narrow and winding Mineral King Road and the bridge provides critical access for fire management activities. All construction debris will need to be contained and kept out of the East Fork Kaweah River and 6 Mile Flume. Great attention to detail will be required in achieving customer satisfaction in areas of bridge construction, timely completion of work, and minimization of impacts to natural resources.

Rehabilitate Lift Lock #3 & #4 CHOH 150696/150699

Department of the Interior, National Park Service | Published September 21, 2016
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Project Location: Chesapeake and Ohio National Historic Park, Georgetown Washington, D.C. Lock #3 and Lock 4located between 30th Street, NW and 31st Street NW.The Work consists of the following:• Rehabilitate Lift Lock #3o The Work includes all required labor, material and equipment for the cataloging existing canal stoneand location, disassembly of the lock walls down to the foundation; building a new foundation;rebuilding the lock using original and supplemental stone; construction of new lock gates; andrestoration of the surrounding plaza paving and landscaping.• Rehabilitate Lift Lock #4o The Work includes rehabilitation of the existing stone lock walls including but not limited to repair andreplacement of mortar joints, reconstruction of a portion of the stone wall, dutchman repair of existingstones. Bid Option A: Replacement of the existing upper and lower canal gates for Lock #4.

PRPK 347 - Construct Prototype Bollards

Department of the Interior, National Park Service | Published October 27, 2014
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AZ FLAP 57(1), 65(1), & 81(1), Lynx Bridge, Thumb Butte Road, and Red Rock Loop Road

Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) | Published October 27, 2014
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This package will be advertised as a SMALL BUSINESS SET-ASIDE. All small businesses that qualify under the 237310 NAIC code will be allowed to bid. Bid documents are NOT ANTICIPATED UNTIL November, 2014. This project consists of work elements in three separate locations within Yavapai County Arizona and within two forests - Prescott National Forest and the Coconino National Forest. Site 1: Lynx Creek Bridge is located in the Prescott National Forest and near Prescott, Arizona. This site consists of replacement of a one lane bridge with a new two lane structure and associated approach roads. The bridge is located on Walker Road (CR 57). The replacement structure is a precast, pre-stressed concrete box beam structure with phased construction. Site 2: Thumb Butte Road is located near Prescott, Arizona and is located in the Prescott National Forest. Thumb Butte Road is also known as County Route 65. A portion of this roadway on each end of the route is currently paved. This project will improve the section that is unpaved with a new paved surface and improve roadside drainage. The current gravel roadway template only needs minor improvement to accommodate the paving. Site 3: Red Rock Loop Road is located near Sedona, Arizona and is located in the Coconino National Forest. This route is also adjacent to the Red Rock State Park. This route also has paved portions on each end of the route. This project will pave the gravel section between, add culvert pipes under the roadway and pave the final alignment for a consistent paved surface through the entire route. Significant Quantities: Schedule A Roadway Aggregate, Method 28,480 TN Hot Asphalt Concrete Pavement 6,880 TN Prime Coat 30,100 SY Precast, Pre-stressed Concrete Box Beam 666 LNFT Reinforcing Steel 5,500 LB Reinforcing Steel (Epoxy) 3,300 LB 24 Inch Pipe Culvert 350 LF Guardrail System G4, TY 4, Wood Posts 1,600 LF It is anticipated that this project will be advertised in November, 2014 with construction occurring from January through August, 2015. The contracting range for this project is between $3 million and $4 million

UT FTNP Zion 13(1), Kolob Canyon

Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) | Published November 8, 2017
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This is not an Invitation for Bid, final plans and specs are not available. This pre-bid meeting notice is being given to solicit contractor interest and to orient contractors with the project site prior to the bid opening. Representatives from the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) will conduct a site visit on Wednesday November 29, from 9:30 a.m. Utah time to approximately 2 p.m. Utah time. Interested parties will meet at the Zion National Park Kolob Canyon Visitor Center Parking Lot at 9:30 a.m. and depart for the project site after a brief presentation. Each Offeror will provide their own transportation to review the project site. Notice: The project is at extremely high elevation and there is potential for winter weather. Bring vehicles capable of such conditions. Questions will be addressed after a brief presentation by the FHWA; a summary of those questions, the agenda, and any other information from the pre-bid meeting will be posted to www.fbo.gov shortly after. Key maps of the project work areas will be provided. 100% plans will be available when the project is advertised. If you would like to attend the pre-bid meeting, please contact cflcontracts@dot.gov by close of business Tuesday, November 28, 2017. ATTENDANCE AT THE PROJECT PRE-BID MEETING IS NOT MANDATORY TO BID THE PROJECT. PROJECT DETAILS: UT FTNP Zion 13(1), Kolob Canyon The project is located in Zion National Park, Washington County, UT. The proposed project includes road and pavement rehabilitation of 6.2 miles of Zion Canyon Scenic Drive. Kolob Canyon Road construction includes but is not limited to pulverizing of existing pavement, subgrade preparation, finish grading, asphalt concrete paving, concrete curbing, replacement of CMP culverts, and riprap placement. Zion Canyon Scenic Drive construction includes but is not limited to milling of the existing pavement, overlay with asphalt concrete paving, reconstruct one intersection with Portland cement concrete paving.This project consists of: Schedule A: Reconstruction of 5.3 miles of Kolob Canyon Road, by pulverizing and pavingSignificant Items for Schedule A Include: 92,000 SY of existing pavement pulverization, 17,600 tons of hot asphalt concrete paving, 14,000 LF of concrete curb, and 1,400 LF of pipe culvert placement. Potential landslide mitigation may include excavation and stabilization work. Option Y: Rehabilitation of 6.2 miles of Zion Canyon Scenic Drive by milling and overlaying the existing pavement.Significant Items for Option Y Include: 93,000 SY of milling existing asphalt pavement, 7,500 tons of hot asphalt concrete paving. Option Z: Reconstruction of the Zion Canyon Scenic Drive and Zion Lodge entrance intersection with Portland cement concrete paving. Significant Items for Option Z Include: Removal of 950 CY of existing pavement and construction 1,400 SY of PCCP. Estimated total cost is $5 million to $10 million. It is anticipated that this will be a full and open competition.

GATE 201061B, Group 2 Repairs

Department of the Interior, National Park Service | Published June 10, 2015  -  Deadline July 30, 2015
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SOLICITATION: P15PS000287 PROJECT TITLE: Repair of Sandy Hook Group 2 Facilities, Gateway National Recreation Area (NY, NJ) - Sandy Hook Unit (Highlands, New Jersey), Project No. GATE - SAHO 201061B. DESCRIPTION FIELD: GENERAL: The National Park Service, Department of Interior, will be soliciting proposals from construction firms having the capability to perform the work described below. This is a PRESOLICITATION notice only and does not constitute a solicitation; accordingly, no response is due at this time. Specific instructions on submitting proposals will be contained in the solicitation documents to be issued on or after the date listed below. It is anticipated that a solicitation will be issued via this announcement on or around7/15/15 on the Federal Business Opportunities (www.fbo.gov) website. Responses will be due approximately 30 days or more following the issuance of the solicitation, once posted. Actual proposal receipt date will be established at the time solicitation documents are available. This pre-solicitation announcement does not constitute a solicitation. The entire solicitation package with all attached documents will be available in Microsoft Word, HTML, and/or Adobe PDF. Specifications and drawings will be available in Adobe PDF format through fbo.gov. Paper copies of this solicitation will not be made available. DESCRIPTION: The contractor shall provide design and construction services at 14 historic buildings located at Gateway National Recreation Area - Sandy Hook in Monmouth county New Jersey. The work includes, but is not limited to: removal and replacement of heating systems, potable water heaters, and electrical equipment; replacement of air conditioning equipment; wall & floor work; and reroofing. The buildings are mostly single family and duplex residential buildings, or are similar in size. The building utility systems are generally located below flood level in basements or exterior mechanical rooms, and are to be replaced with new systems in the buildings, or otherwise elevated above flood level. PROCUREMENT TYPE: The Government anticipates negotiating and awarding a single firm-fixed price design build 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 acquisition has been 100% set-aside for businesses with active registration in the Small Business Administration's 8(a) program with a bona-fide office in the states of New York, New Jersey and Puerto Rico. All responsible sources may submit an offer for consideration in accordance with the terms and conditions of the anticipated solicitation. Proposals from other businesses will not be accepted. NAICS CODE: The NAICS Code for this project is 236220, Commercial and Institutional Building Construction, and the small business size standard is $36.5M. MAGNITUDE: In accordance with FAR 36.204, the project magnitude is estimated to be between $5,000,000 and $6,500,000. DURATION: The contract performance period is expected to be 425 calendar days from contract award. SITE VISIT: It is anticipated that a Pre-Proposal Conference/Site Visit will be scheduled sometime during the week of July 29, 2015. Specific details regarding this meeting will be provided in the solicitation, once posted. ADDITIONAL INFO: Vendors can search for opportunities and award history on fbo.gov without registering. The Federal Business Opportunities (www.fbo.gov) 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 (www.sam.gov) in order to conduct business with the Federal Government. Online Representations and should be filled out in SAM.gov. For questions please contact the Contract Specialist, Ms. Heather Vogt via email at heather_vogt@nps.gov or alternatively Contracting Officer, Mr. John Chaney at john_chaney@nps.gov. Contracting Office Address: 12795 West Alameda Parkway Post Office Box 25287 Denver, Colorado 80225-0287 Place of Performance: Gateway National Recreation Area - Sandy Hook Unit Highlands, Monmouth County, New Jersey United States Primary Point of Contact.: Heather Vogt, Contract Specialist heather_vogt@nps.gov Phone: (303) 969-2031 Secondary Point of Contact: John Chaney Contracting Officer john_chaney@nps.gov Phone: (303) 969-2053

ARNFPNG Red Feather Work Center Water System

Department of Agriculture, Forest Service | Published November 7, 2017  -  Deadline December 22, 2017
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THIS POST IS A SYNOPSIS. THIS IS NOT THE SOLICITATION. PLEASE READ THE SYNOPSIS CAREFULLY FOR ANTICIPATED SOLICITATION POSTING INFORMATION.(1) Action (Classification) Code. Y - Construction of structures and facilities(2) Subject. ARNFPNG Red Feather Work Center Water System (3) Description. USDA FS will award a single-award firm fixed price (FFP) contract for a water system reconstruction project addressing system supply, storage, and distribution.(4) Contracting Office Address. 2150 Centre Avenue, Bldg. E Fort Collins, CO 80526(5) Product or Service Code. Y1AZ, Construction of Other Administrative Facilities and Service Buildings(6) NAICS Code. 237110, Water and Sewer Line and Related Structures Construction(7) Set-aside Status. Total Small Business(8) Proposed Solicitation Number. 1282AT18R0006(Replaces AG-82AT-S-17-0017, which is in the process of being cancelled on FBO and in Government Contracting System (IAS))(9) Proposed Solicitation Period. Solicitation period anticipated from 15 November 2017 - 22 December 2017. The actual due date will be shown in the solicitation. This period is "proposed." (10) Site Visit. Offerors are encouraged and authorized to visit the site on their own. A formal site visit will be arranged ONLY IF 3 or more offerors request it. (10a) Pre-proposal Conference. A pre-proposal teleconference may be held. The current date, time and phone information is TBD. Check Section L of the solicitation to confirm the date and time of the pre-proposal conference.(11) Contact Point or Contracting Officer. Klenise Wallace, klenisewallace@fs.fed.us. All questions pertaining to this upcoming solicitation must be submitted in writing, via email to this contact. (12) Place of Contract Performance. The project is located within the Canyon Lakes Ranger District near the Red Feather Work Center close to 274 Dowdy Lake Rd, Red Feather Lakes, CO 80545. On a map, it would be the northwest ¼ of Section 34, and the southwest ¼ of Section 27, Township 10 North, Range 73 West, 6th Principle Meridian. The site is in mountainous terrain at an elevation of 8,230 feet. Larimer County.   (13) Contract Type: Firm Fixed Price (FFP)(14) Contract Award Period of Performance. The anticipated period of performance is 30 days after the notice to proceed is issued. The anticipated period of performance is 1 June 2017 through 2 July 2018. (15) Contract Award Date. On or about 19 January 2018(16) Contract Award Dollar Amount. It is anticipated that the range price of this contract will be (FAR 36.204):Between $100,000.00 and $250,000.00. Contractor shall have the **bonding** capacity for this project. (17) Contractor. TBD following evaluation of competitive proposals. One (1) Contractor will be selected for single award. Contractor must have active registration in SAM IAW FAR 52.204-7. To register, go to https://www.sam.gov/portal/SAM/#1. (18) Additional Information.(18.i) Bonding is required for this contract. Offeror shall provide a bid bond with the proposal to ensure that payment and performance bonding can be obtained if selected for contract award. The payment bond is to be 20% of the bid price. If awarded, the performance and payment bonds are to be 100% of the award amount. Refer to FAR 28.102-2. This guidance is in accordance with FAR 52.228-1.(18.ii) Cutoff for Questions. The cutoff for questions pertaining to this solicitation is Wednesday, 20 December 2017 NLT 1300 MT. Questions must be submitted via email to klenisewallace@fs.fed.us, jstogsdill@fs.fed.us and mjblanchard@fs.fed.us. All inquiries must include the solicitation number in the subject of the email. (e.g. Questions: 1282AT18R0001)(18.iii) Proposal Submission. Proposals are due Friday, 22 December 2017 by 1300 MT. Proposal submissions must include the solicitation number in the subject of the email(s) and contractor name. (e.g. Proposal Response: 1282AT18R0001, ABC Company) Contractor is responsible for verifying receipt of proposal by the Contracting Officer. (18.iv) Tips for Submission. a. Read the solicitation carefully and ensure that proposals include all documents specified in Section L. b. Ensure all questions have been addressed prior to proposal submission. c. All sections are required to have title pages. An example will be provided for offeror reference in the Section J attachments. THIS POST IS A SYNOPSIS. THIS IS NOT THE SOLICITATION.  PLEASE READ THE SYNOPSIS CAREFULLY FOR ANTICIPATED SOLICITATION POSTING INFORMATION.

SD FTFW SALA 12(1) WAUB 10(1) MADI 100(1), VARIOUS ROUTES

Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) | Published March 24, 2016
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  THIS IS NOT AN INVITATION FOR BID.  PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS ARE CURRENTLY NOT AVAILABLE.  THE TENATIVE ADVERTISEMENT DATE IS APRIL 2016.  THIS PROJECT WILL BE ADVERTISED ON A FULL AND OPEN BASIS. Project Location:  Sand Lake National Wildlife Refuge, Auto Tour Route - Route 012 - Columbia, South Dakota Waubay National Wildlife Refuge, Entrance Road - Route 010 - Waubay, South Dakota Madison Wetland Management District, Scenic Tour Road - Route 100 - Madison, South Dakota County: Brown, Day, and Lake Counties PROJECT DETAILS:  This project will consist of resurfacing routes within the Sand Lake National Wildlife Refuge, Waubay National Wildlife Refuge, and Madison Wetland Management District. Sand Lake NWR - 8.74 miles of aggregate surface reconditioning and aggregate base placement along Auto Tour Route 012. Waubay NWR - 0.40 miles of pulverizing and asphalt pavement along the Headquarters Entrance Road. Madison WMD - 1.15 miles of aggregate surface reconditioning, aggregate base placement, and asphalt paving on Scenic Tour Road 100. Type of Construction:  Aggregate surface reconditioning, aggregate base, asphalt paving, low water crossings, gate, signing and striping, and minor drainage. This project consists of: Sand Lake NWR - 8.74 miles of aggregate surface reconditioning and aggregate base placement along Auto Tour Route 012.  22,000 TON of aggregate surface course, 10 TON of riprap, 100 LNFT of 18-inch culvert, 300 LNFT of erosion control products, 3 ACRES of seeding and mulching Waubay NWR - 0.40 miles of pulverizing and asphalt pavement along the Headquarters Entrance Road.  5,000 SQYD of pulverization, 1,000 TON of asphalt concrete pavement, 200 CUYD of sub excavation, 100 LNFT of 18-inch culvert, 10 CUYD of riprap, 1 ACRE of seeding and mulching Madison WMD - 1.15 miles of aggregate surface reconditioning, aggregate base placement, and asphalt paving on Scenic Tour Road 100.  500 CUYD of roadway excavation, 1.1 MILE of roadway reconditioning, 3,000 TON of aggregate base, 1,400 TON of asphalt concrete pavement, 150 CUYD of sub excavation, 250 SQYD of minor concrete 8-inch depth, 140 SQYD of gabions and revet mattress, 1 ACRE of seeding and mulching, 300 LNFT of erosion control products. It is anticipated this project will be advertised in April 2016 with construction beginning in June 2016 and extending through September 2016. The contracting range for this project is $2,000,000 to $2,500,000.

GATE 201069C - Building 102 Repairs

Department of the Interior, National Park Service | Published October 21, 2015  -  Deadline December 1, 2015
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PROJECT TITLE: GATE 201069C - Building 102 GENERAL: The National Park Service, Department of Interior, anticipates issuing a solicitation for the above-reference project, GATE 201069C - Building 102. A Presolicitation Notice issued under P15PS01047 as amended. Refer to the attached for details. ALL MATTERS WILL REISSUED UNDER P16PS00037. This notice does not constitute a solicitation and no response is due at this time. The previously published Presolicitation Notice is amended as follows: Specific instructions on submitting proposals will be contained in the P16PS00037 solicitation documents. It is anticipated that solicitation P16PS00037 will be issued on or around 10/26/15. The entire solicitation package, including all attachments, will be available electronically at www.FBO.Gov. Paper copies of this solicitation will not be made available. PROJECT SCOPE: This is a construction project to rehabilitate Building 102 to replace seasonal housing that was lost due to Hurricane Sandy. The rehabilitation of B102 will include repair of damage caused by Hurricane Sandy and implementation of resilient materials and flow-through ability, new floor layout on the first and second floors (above FEMA flood elevations) to serve as a seasonal housing facility including accessibility integration, resident rooms, kitchen area, restrooms, laundry facilities, common spaces, no programmed use for the basement (below FEMA flood elevation), restoration of historic fabric within the building, fire and life safety system rehabilitation/reconfiguration, relocation and replacement of HVAC mechanical and electrical systems, telecommunications and structural repairs/reinforcement. Exterior sitework will include utility connections, new propane service, accessible path, accessible parking and minor grading. PLACE OF PERFORMANCE: Gateway National Recreation Area - Sandy Hook Unit, Highlands, Monmouth County, New Jersey, United States. ESTIMATED MAGNITUDE OF CONSTRUCTION: In accordance with FAR 36.204, the project magnitude is estimated to be between $3,900,000 and $4,400,000. PROCUREMENT TYPE: The Government anticipates negotiating and awarding a single firm-fixed price contract to meet this requirement. SET-ASIDE: This acquisition has been set-aside for small business concerns. Offers will be solicited only from small business concerns. Offers received from concerns that are not small business concerns shall be considered nonresponsive and will be rejected. NORTH AMERICAN INDUSTRIAL CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM (NAICS) CODE AND SMALL BUSINESS SIZE STANDARD: The NAICS code for this project is 236220 and the small business size standard is $36,500,000 BONDS: All offerors will be required to submit a bid bond for 20% of their total proposed price. The successful offeror shall be required to provide performance and payment bonds for 100% of the contract award price. PERIOD OF PERFORMANCE: The contract performance period is expected to be 365 calendar days following notice-to-proceed. PRE-PROPOSAL CONFERENCE / SITE VISIT: It is anticipated that a Pre-Proposal Conference / Site Visit will be scheduled on or around 11/18/15. Specific details regarding the site visit will be provided in the solicitation. SYSTEM FOR AWARD MANAGEMENT: Offerors shall be required to have a DUNS number and an active registration in SAM, System for Award Management (www.sam.gov) in order to conduct business with the Federal Government. Offerors will be required to complete Online Representations and Certifications at the SAM website. QUESTIONS: For questions please contact Heather Vogt at Heather_Vogt@nps.gov and John Chaney at John_Chaney@NPS.Gov.