Z--eMMRP Construction of Structures and Facilities
Department of the Navy, Naval Facilities Engineering Command | Published September 9, 2015 - Deadline September 24, 2015
THIS IS A PRESOLICITATION NOTICE ONLY. THIS IS NOT A REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL. NO SPECIFICATIONS OR DRAWINGS ARE AVAILABLE AT THIS TIME.
The Naval Facilities Engineering Command, Mid –Atlantic, Public Works Department Maine, is seeking eligible business firms capability of performing a construction contract for repair by replacement of water, sewer, steam and condensate, and compressed air utility distribution systems in various locations on Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, Kittery, ME.
This solicitation is being advertised as a total small business set aside.
The Request for Proposal (RFP) will be issued on or about 9/24/2015. The procurement method is Sealed Bidding, FAR Part 14. A proposal due date of approximately 10/24/2015 is anticipated for the subject project.
The project includes six (6) sub-projects for repair by replacement of portions of utility distribution systems located at Portsmouth Naval Shipyard.
Work locations vary by project. The project descriptions identify location as within Controlled Industrial Area (CIA) and outside of Controlled Industrial Area (Non-CIA). Quantities of work are provided for general reference. Refer to formal RFP for final quantities once it is released. The primary objective of this project is to restore and modernize (RM) the affected portions of utility distribution with an emphasis on reducing energy losses thereby saving energy (e), altogether classified as “RMe” projects. Ancillary work includes (1) abatement of hazardous material to include asbestos containing material (ACM), specific scope variable by sub-projects; (2) repair of railroad trackage in areas necessitated by the project excavation.
The six sub-projects include:
PROJECT #1, RMe Repair Steam and Condensate Center Loop (B174, B291, B277 area) (RM14-0206) (CIA):
Replace approximately 700 LF of severely corroded 6” steam and failed 2” condensate piping servicing waterfront production and nuclear control facilities.
PROJECT #2, RMe Repair Steam and Condensate PNSY Bldg 180 to Bldg 300 (RM14-0205) (CIA):
Replace approximately 1,000LF of failed condensate piping and 800 LF of failing steam piping between the Decompression Chamber/Production (Bldg 180) and the Central Machine Shop (Bldg 300).
Install a condensate receiver and pump in the Production Shop (Bldg 151) to return condensate to a plant connection at the northwest corner of Bldg 300.
PROJECT #3, RMe Repair Steam and Cond PNSY Sloat and Winslow Avenues (RM14-0210) (Non-CIA):
Replace approximately 1,000LF of failed condensate and 1300 LF of partially failed steam piping along Sloat and Winslow Avenues from manhole 149B to manhole 264. Provide insulation on both systems. Replace concrete trench covers. Remove asbestos insulation from the HW lines.
PROJECT #4, RMe Repair Water System PNSY Sloat, Winslow, and Beaumont Ave (RM14-0212) (Non-CIA):
Replace approximately 2,000 lineal feet of existing 100 year old water main along Winslow, Sloat, and Beaumont Avenues to address increasing occurrences of pipe breaks and associated energy losses from uncontrolled flow.
Approximately 150 lineal feet of trenching required for this project is located within an area of the Shipyard that is either tested or assumed to contain hazardous soils and special handling and disposal requirements will be required.
PROJECT #5, RMe Repairs Sewer System Basewide (RM14-0198) (CIA and Non-CIA):
Project will clean inspect and install cast in place pipe liners (CIPPL) in approximately 3,200 of existing sanitary sewer, install 3 cast in place (CIP) spot repairs, install new piping at approximately 2 locations to repair portions of piping where neither CIP or CIPPL are viable solutions, and make repairs to approximately 12 manholes.
PROJECT #6, RMe Repair Comp Air Piping Dry Dock #2 Head End (RM14-0209) (CIA):
Replace approximately 1,500 lineal feet of degraded compressed air piping adjacent to Dry Dock 2 between the Power Plant (Bldg 72) and Manhole 77 with new 8 diameter seamless PVC coated steel piping, supports, fittings and valves.
Period of Performance: The anticipated contract completion date for this construction project is 325 calendar days from date of award.
Contract Magnitude: The magnitude of this construction project is between $5,000,000 and $10,000,000.00 IAW DFARS 236.204.
The Northern American Industry Classification System (NAICS) code for this project is 221330.
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Primary POC: Bridget R. Bartolomei Phone: (207) 4609
Secondary POC: Matt Thomsen Phone: (207) 438-4620