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FY 16 Inner Harbor Dredging Savannah and Brunswick Harbors, GA

Department of the Army, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers | Published December 7, 2015  -  Deadline December 22, 2015

SYNOPSIS: FY16 MAINTENANCE DREDGING SAVANNAH AND BRUNSWICK INNER HARBORS W912HN-16-B-0001 The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Savannah District intends to issue a solicitation for the Maintenance Dredging, Inner Harbor Channels Brunswick and Savannah Harbors, Georgia. Procurement of these services will result in a firm fixed price contract. The contract will be solicited and procured using Sealed Bidding Procedures. This procurement will also be issued as Unrestricted. Approved plant includes only hydraulic pipeline dredges. The maximum plant size acceptable for this work is a 24 inch dredge. The magnitude of construction for this project is between $ 10,000,000.00 and $25,000,000.00. This project consists of dredging approximately 1 to 5 million cubic yards of maintenance material from the Inner Channels of the Savannah and Brunswick Harbors. The dredge(s) must have the capability to dredge fine sands and silts to a depth of -52 MLLW and the dredged material shall be placed in the confined upland disposal areas. A Quality Control System (QCS) will be required. The required dredging window will be one year from issuance of Notice to Proceed. The solicitation will be issued in electronic format only and will be available on or about 22 December 2015. The bid opening date will be specified in the solicitation when it is issued. No additional medi (CD-ROM, floppy disc, faxes, etc.) will be provided. The North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) code is 237990, and size standard is $27,500,000.00. This project may include options. Offerors must be registered in System for Award Management (SAM) at After completing SAM, in order to download IFB documents contractors and their subcontractors must register at It is the Offerors responsibility to check the Internet address provided as necessary for any posted changes to the solicitation and all amendments. Solicitation documents, plans, and specifications will only be available at Note: for additional information or assistance, please contact Whittni Wright, Contract Specialist at 912-652-5476 or by email at


General Services Administration, Public Buildings Service (PBS) | Published August 8, 2016  -  Deadline August 31, 2016

North: Griffin Road South: NW 202nd St East: S University Dr West: SW 184th Ave     Rooms: •·         One Main Entrance Reception Vestibule (90 sq ft) •o   The vestibule needs to have keyed access to the open office area, and keyed access to the conference room. •o   The vestibule needs to have a way to see and hear persons attempting to gain entrance into the open office area. (Either a glass 'teller window', or an audio/video intercom has worked in the past.) •·         Primary Workspace Area (470 sq ft) •o   The primary workspace area needs data and power to three cubicle or private office locations, and one scanner/shredder location. Any cubicle locations/layouts should not hinder light from the windows, or block easements. •·         One Conference / Interview Room (180 sq ft) •o   The conference room needs to comfortably sit six people at a table. •·         One IT Networking Equipment / Office Supply Room (100 sq ft) •o   A wall mounted IT enclosure needs to be installed two feet from the floor, leaving space for an Uninterrupted Power Supply to be placed under the enclosure. •o   A dedicated power circuit is required for the IT equipment with a breaker switch adjacent on the wall mounted enclosure. •o   Good ventilation is needed in the room to remove any heat that the networking equipment might produce. •o   All data cable drops need to be able to be wired to the room, and terminated in the wall mounted enclosure. •·         One Firearms / Evidence Room (160 sq ft) •o   The room will need to have a gated steel mesh cage in the back half of the room for evidence, and it will require an electronic dead bolt lock (CDX-10) on the entrance to the room. Minimum Space Needed: Type of Space Totals Cubicles or private offices for 3 staff, 120 square feet each 360 square feet Reception vestibule 90 square feet Hallways and workspace adjacent to copier, shredder, etc. 110 square feet Evidence and firearms room 160 square feet IT network equipment and office supply room 100 square feet Interview / Conference Room 180 square feet Minimum space needed  1,000 square feet Parking  2 spaces Rekeyed Doors: •·         All doors require keyed entry. •·         All doors need to be solid. Secured Perimeter: •·         No one should be able to crawl through a drop ceiling into the office. If it's possible for someone in the building to enter the space through a drop ceiling then a design will be necessary to prohibit the unwanted access. •o   One option might be to install wire mesh from the tops of the perimeter walls to the above slab •o   Another option might be to extend the walls slab to slab. •·         The perimeter walls require a minimum sound proofing rating of STC 30. Power and Data: Install data cables, (includes termination, labeling and testing), wall mounted enclosure, patch panel, and removal of any old cabling, etc. Two data connections from the building DMARC to the enclosure located in the IT/supply room. (One for office internet service, and one analog line for the security system.) Two CAT 6 data drops to a duplex data outlet at each desk/workstation location. Two CAT 6 data drops to a duplex data outlet within the conference/interview room. Two CAT 6 data drops to a duplex data outlet within the firearms room. Two CAT 6 data drops to a duplex data outlet at the high speed scanner location. Any cubicle requires its own dedicated circuit and two duplex power outlets. One of which needs to be adjacent to the data duplex outlet. •·         A quadroplex electrical outlet is required for the high speed scanner location. •·         A dedicated quadroplex electrical outlet is required for the IT equipment with a breaker switch adjacent on the wall mounted enclosure. •·         Additional duplex power outlets throughout the suite as per electrical receptacle spacing standards. General: Motion sensor type light switches, and coverings on windows as detailed in the Finishes section. Finishes: •·         Equal to the quality of the standard finishes determined by GSA for the New Jersey field office. •o   The two storage rooms need to have VCT, and the rest of the office needs to have carpet tile.       Non-Construction (FYI)   Furniture: Conference Room: •·         A conference table that will seat six •·         Six chairs 3 Workstations each with the following requirements: •·         Cubicle system walls with conduits for power and data •·         One pedestal with a couple smaller drawers •·         Two locking file cabinets that will fit under the work-surface •·         Task Lighting •·         One chair per workstation (If any used furniture is available in the vicinity, then it will reviewed for use.) Kastle Security System: •·         One Kastle card reader is required on the Evidence room. Other Office Equipment: •·         One gun safe •·         One heavy duty shredder •·         One high-speed scanner Other Office Services: •·         High-speed internet service

Y--Repairs, Renovations, Minor Alterations of Existing Facilities VISN 20 SATOC for Construction Services

Department of Veterans Affairs, VA Northwest Health Network | Published February 29, 2016

The Department of Veterans Affairs VHA Network Contracting Office 20 has awarded indefinite delivery indefinite quantity (IDIQ) single award task order contract (SATOC) for repairs, renovations and minor alterations to existing facilities such as roads, parking, drainage systems and utility systems for the VA Southern Oregon Rehabilitation Center & Clinics located in White City, Oregon. The IDIQ contract is for a base and four option years. The option years may be exercised at the sole discretion of the VA. The IDIQ contract has a maximum capacity of $1,400,000.00 over the life of the contract. The task order minimum is $2,000.00. The task order maximum is $150,000.00.

Y--Replace B248 Chaplain Service SORC, White City, OR Project 692-340

Department of Veterans Affairs, Spokane VAMC | Published May 18, 2015

The Department of Veterans Affairs, Network Contracting Office 20 plans to issue a solicitation for construction services for the construction of replacement chaplain, Project 692-340 Replace Building 248 Chaplain Services, at the Southern Oregon Rehabilitation Center & Clinics located in White City, Oregon. The project is 100% set aside for small business. Size status of the successful contractor may be confirmed with the Small Business Administration prior to award. In accordance with VAAR 836-204 the magnitude range for the project is between $1,000,000 and $5,000,000. The North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) code is General Commercial and Institutional Construction 236220 and the small business size standard is $33,500,000.00 in average annual receipts. The period of performance for the work is 455 calendar days after receipt of notice to proceed. The work will be performed in an operating facility and includes, but is not limited to, all tasks necessary for the construction of replacement of building 248, Project 692-340 Replace Building 248 Chaplain Services at the Southern Oregon Rehabilitation Center & Clinics in strict accordance with full design specifications and drawings. Tasks may include, but are not limited to: demolition, infection control, site preparation, hazardous material abatement (asbestos and lead); concrete work, masonry, structural steel, carpentry, HVAC, plumbing, mechanical, electrical, utilities, wall and floor finishes, landscaping and sustainability elements. The successful contractor will be required to coordinate this project with that of other contractors performing work in close proximity at the facility. The VA will consider all proposals received in a timely manner from viable small business concerns, meeting the criteria outlined above and in the forthcoming solicitation, whose primary business is general construction.

Y--Intensive Outpatient Mental Health & Education Building VAMC, Spokane, WA Minor Project 668-313

Department of Veterans Affairs, VA Northwest Health Network | Published April 7, 2015  -  Deadline June 22, 2015

This is a Pre-solicitation Notice and replaces cancelled RFP VA260-15-R-0236 Contractor shall completely prepare site for building operations, including demolition and removal of existing structures, and furnish labor and materials and perform work for Building a new Outpatient Mental Health & Education facility at the Spokane WA VA Medical Center as required by drawings and specifications. Work includes general construction, alterations, roads, walks, grading, drainage, mechanical and electrical work, utility systems, necessary removal of existing structures and construction and certain other items. Project Title: Intensive Outpatient Mental Health & Education Building VAMC, Spokane WA. Project No.: 668-313 Construction Cost Range: $5,000,000.00 - $10,000,000.00 This procurement is being set aside 100% SDVOSB. The applicable NAICS code is 236220 / 36.5mil size standard. Work will include, but is not limited to, selective demolition, possible asbestos abatement, general construction, mechanical, landscape and electrical work. Contract completion time will be 548 calendar days from the date of the Notice to Proceed. The VA anticipates awarding a firm, fixed price contract. As authorized by FAR 5.102, solicitation dissemination is limited to electronic medium, and VA will provide no hard copies. The solicitation, consisting of various bid documents, specifications, forms, and drawings will be available for download at no charge at the FedBizOpps (FBO) website in the coming months. Bidders are advised that they are responsible for obtaining all bid documents and any amendments, and should re-visit the FBO website periodically to look for any updates. Further details of all dates and events will be available in the solicitation. Address all questions to Michael Kendro, Contract Specialist in writing via EMAIL at; No telephone inquiries will be accepted.


Department of the Interior, National Park Service | Published July 13, 2016  -  Deadline August 4, 2016

IGF::OT::IGF X:NOGRN, MINOR CONSTRUCTION: TITLE: Install Two 40,000 lbs Direct Drive 8-Piling Boat Lifts LOCATION: Gulf Islands National Seashore, Davis Bayou Area, in Ocean Springs, MS. SCOPE: All labor, materials and equipment to complete work consisting of pile driving, electrical, and marine construction activities for the installation of boat lifts in support of the 42 ft. vessel Miss Mary Ann and the 50 ft. landing craft vessel Captain George. INSPECTION OF SITE AND EXAMINATION OF DATA: The contractor is expected to inspect the site where the work will be performed, and field-verify the quantitative or dimensional data called out in the specification provided by the Government. MATERIAL and WORKMANSHIP: Products furnished under this contract shall be shall be new and of the most suitable grade for the purpose intended. When required by this contract or by the Contracting Officer, the Contractor shall also obtain approval of the material or articles which the Contractor contemplates incorporating into the work. All work under this contract shall be performed in a skillful and workmanlike manner, and adhere to the Manufacturer's or Supplier's written installation instructions and federal, state and local building codes. This acquisition will be conducted IAW FAR PART 13 SIMPLIFIED ACQUISITION PROCEDURES. A single, firm-fixed price construction contract is contemplated. All quotations or offers that are timely received will be considered for award. Basis of award: price and other factors, e.g., past performance and quality. Formal evaluation plans and establishing a competitive range, conducting discussions, and scoring quotations or offers are not required. Contracting offices may conduct comparative evaluations of offers. OFFER SUBMISSION: Electronic submission via FedConnect (response builder; registration is required) or email: Fax number of the contracting officer is not available.
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