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Construction Addabbo Waterproofing - Pavers

General Services Administration, Public Buildings Service (PBS) | Published September 14, 2015
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This notice is for information purposes only. The purpose of this notice is to publicize the Government's award of a firm-fixed price task order under Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity Contract number GS-02P-14-PC-C-D-0013 to Integrated Construction Enterprises, Inc. The purpose of the task order is for replacing waterproofing and pavers at the Joseph P. Addabbo Federal Building in Jamaica, New York. The total firm-fixed price of this task order is $2,510,383.34. The period of performance will be 579 days from Notice to Proceed. The estimated completion date is September 29, 2017.

Z--2B Area Design and Construction

Department of the Interior, U. S. Geological Survey | Published November 21, 2014
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Other Function" - IGF::OT::IGF Design and Construction - 2B Area, FirstNet

Construction Management Services Multiple Award IDIQ

General Services Administration, Public Buildings Service (PBS) | Published April 25, 2016  -  Deadline May 10, 2016
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The General Services Administration (GSA), Northeast Caribbean Region, announces an opportunity for a Multiple Award Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity Contract (IDIQ) for Construction Management (CM) Services. The services will be on an as needed basis, for a term of one (1) base year plus four (4) options years, which can be exercised at the Government's discretion. The projects will be located in GSA Region 2 (State of New York and New Jersey (Counties of Bergen, Essex, Union, Morris, Passaic, Hudson, Middlesex, and Monmouth), Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands). This solicitation will result in the award of two (2) IDIQ contracts with three-to-five awards each. One (1) IDIQ contract will be set aside for small business firms for projects with an estimated cost of construction of $10,000,000 or less. The other IDIQ will be through an unrestricted competition in support of projects with an estimated cost of construction greater than $10,000,000. Each contract will contain one base year and four unilateral one-year renewal options, which can be exercised at the Government's discretion. There will be a Maximum Order Limitation of $30,000,000.00 and a Minimum Guarantee of $2,500.00 for each contract under Solicitation No.: GS-02-P-16-DT-D-7002. The North American Industry Classification Code for this acquisition is 236220. The Small Business size standard for this project is a business whose three-year average of gross sales and receipts does not exceed $36,500,000.00. The Scope of CM services under this acquisition is as follows: Design phase services shall include, but are not limited to: review of design development and working drawings for constructability and sustainability, cost estimating, participation in value engineering studies. Construction phase services will include, but shall not be limited to: project coordination and reporting, supervision of waste management, cost and schedule control, review of submittals, testing services, contract administration including inspection for conformance with design and specifications, change order administration, claims analysis and litigation support, and other contract quality assurance functions. The procurement method that will be implemented for this project will be in accordance with FAR Part 15.1 - Source Selection Processes and Techniques. This is a competitive acquisition, utilizing the Tradeoff process approach under the Best Value Continuum (FAR 15.101). This process permits tradeoffs among cost or price and technical factors and allows the government to accept other than the lowest priced proposal. For this procurement, the technical factors will be approximately equal to price. Details on the submission requirements for the Technical Evaluation Factors will be issued in the Request For Proposals (RFP). This solicitation will be posted on the FedBizOpps website on or about May 10, 2016. Closing Date for receipt of proposals will be on or about June 10, 2016. No hard copies will be mailed to prospective offerors. If you have questions regarding this procurement please contact Megan Reed, Contract Specialist via email at megan.reed@gsa.gov or by phone (212)577-8608.

IDIQ Mechanical Services and Minor Construction

Department of Energy, Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility | Published July 1, 2016
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New Roman","serif"; mso-fareast-font-family: "Times New Roman"; mso-ansi-language: EN-US; mso-fareast-language: EN-US; mso-bidi-language: AR-SA;">Jefferson Science Associates (JSA)  seeks to establish an Indefinite Deliverable/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) subcontract to provide repair, alteration, and minor mechanical construction services for the Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility’s (Jefferson Lab) mechanical equipment and systems.  Mechanical equipment and systems consist of, but are not limited to, heating, ventilating, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems and other mechanical systems such as low conductivity (de-ionized) water systems and dewatering systems.Interested parties are required to register on Jefferson Lab Solicitation Board for this solicitation in order to be receive updates and other information

CVN 80 FY16 Advance Procurement and CVN 80 FY18 Detail Design and Construction

Department of the Navy, Naval Sea Systems Command | Published June 17, 2015
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The Naval Sea Systems Command has requirements for CVN 80 FY16 Advance Procurement (AP) and CVN 80 Detail Design and Construction (DD&C) commencing in FY18. The FY16 AP effort continues to reduce Total Ownership Cost and will encompass CVN 80 design, non-nuclear advance material procurement, and research studies leading to an efficient start of construction in FY18. The FY18 DD&C effort will include completion of the detail design, construction, and delivery of CVN 80. The requirements will be solicited from Huntington Ingalls, Inc., Newport News Shipbuilding (HII-NNS) located at 4101 Washington Avenue, Newport News, VA 23607. This requirement will be procured, without full and open competition, from the only qualified source capable of performing the advance procurement and detail design and construction of a large deck nuclear aircraft carrier. Firms interested in subcontracting opportunities should contact HII-NNS directly. This synopsis is being posted to both the Federal Business Opportunities (FBO) page located at http: www.fbo.gov. FBO is the single point of entry for the posting of synopsis and solicitations to the Internet.

Great Plains Regional Behavioral Health Center Design and Construction

Department of Health and Human Services, Indian Health Service | Published October 22, 2014
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Great Plains Regional Behavioral Health Center Design and Construction Indian Health Services (IHS), Division of Engineering Services - Seattle, will release a Solicitation/Request for Qualifications (RFQ) in accordance with FAR Part 36.3 Two-Phase Design-Build Selection Procedures and FAR Part 15 Contracting by Negotiations on or about November 6, 2014 for subject project. Responses will be due approximately 30 days after solicitation issuance. Solicitation No. 15-102-SOL-00002, Request for Qualifications and all amendments for this acquisition will be posted on FedBizOpps (FBO) (www.fbo.gov). Hard copies of the Solicitation will not be available but will be available for download at www.fbo.gov. The competition will be limited to eligible Service Disabled Veteran Owned Businesses. All responsible sources meeting the Service Disabled Veteran Owned Business Set-Aside requirements that are registered in SAM.gov may submit a response that will be considered by the agency. This notice meets the requirements or FAR 5.201. This project includes the design and construction of a new facility based on the requirements of the Guidelines for Design and Construction of Health Care Facilities. The project shall include all plant, labor, materials, transportation and supplies to complete the design, site preparation, and construction of the building. The proposed building is expected to be approximately 5,900 square feet, depending on final configuration. This is a Federally Administered acquisition. Project Performance Period: Completion time will be 295 calendar days from the date of the issuance of the Notice to Proceed. Estimated Construction Cost is between $500,000 and $1,000,000. Award is subject to the availability of funds. FBO.gov states an incorrect physical address for the Contracting Office Address. The correct address is: Division of Engineering Services -- Seattle Indian Health Service 701 5th Avenue, Suite 1600 Seattle, Washington 98104

Construction Cost Esctimating Network Software

Department of Homeland Security, Federal Emergency Management Agency | Published January 28, 2016
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Y--Construct Fire Station, Joint Base-McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, New Jersey

Department of the Army, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers | Published April 4, 2016  -  Deadline June 11, 2015
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Contract W912DS-16-C-0009, Fire Station was awarded to Ranco construction Inc on 4 April 2015.

W - Rental of Construction Equipment

Department of the Interior, Bureau of Indian Affairs | Published March 3, 2015  -  Deadline March 5, 2015
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This is a combined synopsis/solicitation for commercial items prepared in accordance with the format in FAR Subpart 12.6, as supplemented with additional information included in this notice. This announcement constitutes the only solicitation; bids are being requested and a written solicitation will not be issued. Solicitation No. A15PS00141 herein cited will be procured under FAR Part 12, Acquisition of Commercial Items. Solicitation document and incorporated provisions and clauses are those in effect through Federal Acquisition Circular 2005-78. This acquisition is a total Small Business Set-Aside. NAICS Code: 532412, Size standards $32.5 Million. The contractor shall provide a quote for the following services: (Description): The contractor shall provide services consisting of furnishing all labor, materials, equipment supervision and incidentals necessary to provide Construction Equipment Rental Services on an as-needed basis from January 22, 2015 through December 30, 2015, for the following equipment: 1. Vibrating Sheep Foot Compactor with padded and smooth drum (10 mos x $____ per month = $ _______). 2. Skidsteer Loader 60 in bucket with auger attachments (10 mos x $____ per month = $ _______). 3. Fortlift (10 mos x $____ per month = $ _______). Delivery is Free on board, F.o.b. Destination, to Bureau of Indian Affairs, Navajo Region road construction projects listed in item number 10 above. The equipment shall be delivered and picked-up within two days notification by authorized Government personnel to and from various BIA road construction projects within the Navajo Region, Division of Transportation ¿ Force Accounts Section in Farmington, NM. Equipment rental period shall be from January 22, 2015 through December 31, 2015. Unless the period of performance is extended by the Government, the contractor shall pick up all equipment no later than December 31, 2015. The Government will conduct an inspection of the equipment before delivery and acceptance. Equipment will be on an as ¿needed basis¿, not all equipment may be utilized at any one given time. Bidders shall include the complete weekly and monthly rental price of the above items including all applicable taxes. FAR Clause 52.212-1, Instructions to Offerors¿Commercial Items (including any addenda), applies to this acquisition. Award will be made at a fair and reasonable price to the responsive and responsible bidder whose bid conforming to the requirements herein will be the most advantageous to the Government, price and other factors considered. Bidders shall include with their bid a completed copy of FAR Clause 52.212-3, Offeror Representations and Certifications¿Commercial Items. FAR Clause 52.212-4, Contract Terms and Conditions¿Commercial Items (including any addenda), applies to this acquisition. FAR Clause 52.212-5, Contract Terms and Conditions Required to Implement Statutes or Executive Orders¿Commercial Items, applies to this acquisition. FAR Clause 52.232-18, Availability of Funds applies to this acquisition. DOI Acquisition Regulations (DIAR) 1452.226-70 Indian Preference (APR 1984); 1452.226-71 Indian Preference Program (APR 1984); 1452.280-1 Notice of Indian small business economic enterprise set-aside; 1452.280-2 Notice of Indian economic enterprise set-aside; 1452.280-3 Subcontracting Limitations; 1452.280-4 Indian economic enterprise representation; 1450-0016-001; DOI Electronic Invoicing Electronic Invoicing and Payment Requirements-Invoicing Processing Platform (IPP) (April 2013). The Federal Acquisition Regulation clauses and provisions are available in the internet at: http://www.acqusition.gov or may be requested from the Contracting Officer. Signed and dated Quotes, along with a completed copy of FAR clause 52.212-3, Offeror Representations and Certifications Commercial Items, are due at the Bureau of Indian Affairs, Navajo Regional Office, Division of Acquisition, Attention: Mary Jane Johnson, P.O. Box 1060, Gallup, New Mexico 87305 by local time on March 05, 2015 by 10:00 am (Mountain Time). Quotes submitted by facsimile and emails will be accepted. Any further questions regarding this announcement may be directed to Mary Jane Johnson, Contract Specialist, at (505) 863-8257, by fax at (505) 863-8382. Email: maryjane.johnson@bia.gov. All contractors submitting quotes must be registered in the SAM www.sam.gov in order to receive contracts and purchase orders from the Federal Government pursuant to FAR Clause 52.204-7. To register or learn more about the SAM, go to: http://www.sam.gov.

Y--Y1PZ CONSTRUCTION OF STRUCTURES AND FACILTIES, OTHER NONBUILDING FACILITIES

Department of the Navy, Naval Facilities Engineering Command | Published July 14, 2016  -  Deadline August 16, 2016
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THIS RFP IS ONLY FOR CONTRACTORS UNDER TOTAL SMALL BUSINESS DESIGN-BUILD, DESIGN-BID-BUILD MULTIPLE AWARD CONTRACT FOR NEW CONSTRUCTION, RENOVATION, ALTERATION, AND REPAIRS FOR PROJECTS IN THE HAMPTON ROADS AREA, VIRGINIA. CONTRACT NUMBERS N40085-15-D-0092, 0093, 0094, 0095, 0096, 0097 RM11-10062 Pier CAD-A Structural and Fire Protection Repairs Project Work Order No. 1371961

Multiple Award IDIQ for Construction - Richmond, VA.

General Services Administration, Public Buildings Service (PBS) | Published July 15, 2014
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The General Services Administration (GSA), Mid Atlantic Region 3, Acquisition Management Division, intends to issue a Request for Proposal (RFP) for Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) Multiple Award Contract for repair, alteration, and construction services within the following areas of Virginia - Richmond, Charlottesville, Danville, Lynchburg, and Harrisonburg. Two (2) IDIQ contract awards for a period of one (1) year, with four (4) additional one-year option periods, not to exceed a total of five years. Each awardee will be guaranteed a minimum of $2,500.00 for the base year only. Typical task orders range from $2,500.00 to $100,000.00. Base-Year and all Option Periods have an Annual Maximum Order Limitation (MOL) of $500,000.00. If Annual MOL funds are remaining at the end of the Base-year and each option period, the remaining funds may be rolled over to be used in future option years. The total value of the contract (Base year and Four Option Periods) shall not exceed $2,500,000.00 aggregate. The work includes the general nature of repair and construction services but is not limited to general office renovation, interior construction and building exterior repair, replacement and alteration work; wall partition construction, modification and alteration of floor and wall mounted telephone, signal, and power outlets to included the modification of associated conduit, surface mounted raceway, and various under floor duct systems; installation of new and the alteration of existing power panels; carpet and carpet tile installation; painting; HVAC duct work modification and repair; door, door frame, and door set hardware installation; installation of various wall coverings and draperies; communications cabling; grid ceiling and lighting installation and modification; modification of existing building fire sprinkler systems; plastering and plaster repair work; sidewalk repair / replacement, asphalt / concrete paving ; alterations including but not limited to electrical, carpentry, masonry, plumbing, mechanical, architectural, landscaping, storm drainage, exterior restoration, waterproofing, cleaning, sealing, earthwork, miscellaneous drainage structures such as culverts and headwalls, pavement repair and construction and other miscellaneous minor civil work items; Roofing repairs. Paving relevant to property and roads owned, leased or otherwise controlled by GSA, or other Federal authorized agencies; and other such related work as noted in the scope of work, and which is specifically listed on the task order and job drawings. Task orders as a result of the IDIQ contract will primarily be for construction services only, however; GSA reserves the right to include design-build services. This requirement is 100% set-aside for Small Business concerns. The North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) codes for this work is 236220, small business size standard is $33.5 million. All responsible firms may submit an offer. The selection process will be conducted in accordance with FAR Part 15 source selection procedures. A firm fixed price contract will be awarded to the firm offering the best value to the Government. Non-price technical evaluation factors are significantly more important than price. The Government may or may not hold discussions on technical proposals (except clarifications as described in FAR 15.306(a)); therefore, the Offeror's initial proposal should contain the Offeror's best terms from a technical standpoint. The Government reserves the right to conduct discussions if the Contracting Officer later determines them to be necessary. Past Performance is the only Technical Evaluation criterion being evaluated. Therefore proposals will be evaluated based on Past Performance and Price. Past Performance is significantly more important than price. Interested firms must be registered in the System for Award Management (SAM). Firms can register via the Internet site at https://www.sam.gov or by contacting the SAM Service Desk at http://www.fds.gov. Interested firms are required to submit their representations and certifications through the SAM website. The solicitation is anticipated to be issued on or around August 1, 2014. A pre-proposal meeting will be held in Richmond, VA. The time, date, and location will be specified in the solicitation. The solicitation closing date will be 30 days after the issuance of the solicitation package. The actual date and time will be identified in the solicitation. All information, amendments and questions concerning this solicitation will be electronically posted at the following web page: http://www.fbo.gov. The solicitation and associated information will be available from the FBO site mentioned above. No telephone requests will be accepted. This solicitation is not a sealed bid and there will not be a formal public bid opening. All inquiries must be in writing, via email to the persons specified in the solicitation. All answers will be provided in writing and will be available on the aforementioned FBO posting. DISCLAIMER: The official solicitation package and technical specifications will be located on the official government web page and the Government is not liable for information furnished by any other source. Amendments, if/when issued will be posted to the FBO site for electronic downloading. This will normally be the only method of distributing amendments prior to closing; therefore, it is the offeror's responsibility to check the website periodically for any amendments to the solicitation. Websites are occasionally inaccessible due to various reasons. The Government is not responsible for any loss of Internet connectivity or for an offeror's inability to access the documents posted on the referenced web pages. Offerors will not be reimbursed for proposal submittal expenses.

Multiple Award IDIQ for Construction - Norfolk, VA.

General Services Administration, Public Buildings Service (PBS) | Published July 15, 2014
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The General Services Administration (GSA), Mid Atlantic Region 3, Acquisition Management Division, intends to issue a Request for Proposal (RFP) for Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) Multiple Award Contract for repair, alteration, and construction services within the Tidewater area of Virginia (Norfolk, VA). Two (2) IDIQ contract awards for a period of one (1) year, with four (4) additional one-year option periods, not to exceed a total of five years. Each awardee will be guaranteed a minimum of $2,500.00 for the base year only. Typical task orders range from $2,500.00 to $100,000.00. Base-Year and all Option Periods have an Annual Maximum Order Limitation (MOL) of $500,000.00. If Annual MOL funds are remaining at the end of the Base-year and each option period, the remaining funds may be rolled over to be used in future option years. The total value of the contract (Base year and Four Option Periods) shall not exceed $2,500,000.00 aggregate. The work includes the general nature of repair and construction services but is not limited to general office renovation, interior construction and building exterior repair, replacement and alteration work; wall partition construction, modification and alteration of floor and wall mounted telephone, signal, and power outlets to included the modification of associated conduit, surface mounted raceway, and various under floor duct systems; installation of new and the alteration of existing power panels; carpet and carpet tile installation; painting; HVAC duct work modification and repair; door, door frame, and door set hardware installation; installation of various wall coverings and draperies; communications cabling; grid ceiling and lighting installation and modification; modification of existing building fire sprinkler systems; plastering and plaster repair work; sidewalk repair / replacement, asphalt / concrete paving ; alterations including but not limited to electrical, carpentry, masonry, plumbing, mechanical, architectural, landscaping, storm drainage, exterior restoration, waterproofing, cleaning, sealing, earthwork, miscellaneous drainage structures such as culverts and headwalls, pavement repair and construction and other miscellaneous minor civil work items; Roofing repairs. Paving relevant to property and roads owned, leased or otherwise controlled by GSA, or other Federal authorized agencies; and other such related work as noted in the scope of work, and which is specifically listed on the task order and job drawings. Task orders as a result of the IDIQ contract will primarily be for construction services only, however; GSA reserves the right to include design-build services. This requirement is 100% set-aside for Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business Concerns. The North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) codes for this work is 236220, small business size standard is $33.5 million. All responsible firms may submit an offer. The selection process will be conducted in accordance with FAR Part 15 source selection procedures. A firm fixed price contract will be awarded to the firm offering the best value to the Government. Non-price technical evaluation factors are significantly more important than price. The Government may or may not hold discussions on technical proposals (except clarifications as described in FAR 15.306(a)); therefore, the Offeror's initial proposal should contain the Offeror's best terms from a technical standpoint. The Government reserves the right to conduct discussions if the Contracting Officer later determines them to be necessary. Past Performance is the only Technical Evaluation criterion being evaluated. Therefore proposals will be evaluated based on Past Performance and Price. Past Performance is significantly more important than price. Interested firms must be registered in the System for Award Management (SAM). Firms can register via the Internet site at https://www.sam.gov or by contacting the SAM Service Desk at http://www.fds.gov. Interested firms are required to submit their representations and certifications through the SAM website. The solicitation is anticipated to be issued on or around August 1, 2014. A pre-proposal meeting will be held in Norfolk, VA. The time, date, and location will be specified in the solicitation. The solicitation closing date will be 30 days after the issuance of the solicitation package. The actual date and time will be identified in the solicitation. All information, amendments and questions concerning this solicitation will be electronically posted at the following web page: http://www.fbo.gov. The solicitation and associated information will be available from the FBO site mentioned above. No telephone requests will be accepted. This solicitation is not a sealed bid and there will not be a formal public bid opening. All inquiries must be in writing, via email to the persons specified in the solicitation. All answers will be provided in writing and will be available on the aforementioned FBO posting. DISCLAIMER: The official solicitation package and technical specifications will be located on the official government web page and the Government is not liable for information furnished by any other source. Amendments, if/when issued will be posted to the FBO site for electronic downloading. This will normally be the only method of distributing amendments prior to closing; therefore, it is the offeror's responsibility to check the website periodically for any amendments to the solicitation. Websites are occasionally inaccessible due to various reasons. The Government is not responsible for any loss of Internet connectivity or for an offeror's inability to access the documents posted on the referenced web pages. Offerors will not be reimbursed for proposal submittal expenses.

Y--GUAM DESIGN-BUILD MULTIPLE AWARD CONSTRUCTION CONTRACT FOR U.S. MILITARY CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS FOR SITES IN GUAM AND OTHER AREAS UNDER THE COGNIZANCE OF NAVAL FACILITIES ENGINEERING COMMAND, PACIFIC

Department of the Navy, Naval Facilities Engineering Command | Published September 21, 2015  -  Deadline November 5, 2015
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Construction Services are required for an Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) type multiple award construction contract (MACC) for various military construction projects under the cognizance of the Naval Facilities Engineering Command, Pacific. NAVFAC Pacific is the Department of Defense’s Executive Agent for Construction on Guam and is the designated design and construction agent for the Realignment Roadmap associated with the rebasing of approximately 5,000 Marines and their dependents from Okinawa to Guam. The contract coverage is predominantly in Guam and may include other areas under the cognizance of the Naval Facilities Engineering Command, Pacific. This single solicitation will result in the award of a minimum of three firm-fixed price MACC contracts. The scope of work is for a broad range of new construction, repair, and renovation projects (including design-build). Work to be performed under the MACC will be within the primary North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) code 237310 - Highway, Street and Bridge Construction, average annual receipts is $36.5 million over the past three years. However, it will also include Subsection 237 – Heavy and Civil Engineering Construction and Subsection 236 - Construction of Buildings. This procurement is being advertised on an UNRESTRICTED basis inviting full and open competition. This is a two-phase design-build, best value, trade off procurement. The Government intends to evaluate Phase I submissions and to move forward to Phase II without conducting discussions with any Offeror, except for clarifications as described in FAR 15.306(a). However, the Government reserves the right to conduct discussions with Phase I Offerors, if required. The maximum number of Phase I Offerors that will be requested to submit Phase II proposals is limited to the seven (7) most highly qualified Offerors. A pre-proposal conference and site visit will be scheduled when Phase II is issued. The Phase I non-price evaluation factors are anticipated to be FACTOR 1, Technical Approach; FACTOR 2, Experience; and FACTOR 3, Performance Confidence Assessment (Past Performance). The Phase I documents will be available on or about 06 October 2015 through the Federal Business Opportunities (FBO) website at the following direct link https://www.fbo.gov/fedteds/TDP15R1314PHASE1. Potential Offerors must register at the Federal Business Opportunities (FBO) website https://www.fbo.gov to obtain direct access to any posted project documents. Registration instructions can be found on the FBO website. Once registered in FBO, the contractor must submit a request for access to obtain the project documents. An email will be forwarded once the contracting office has approved or declined the request. Approved Offerors may view and/or download the project documents. Revisions to any posted documents will be issued as Notices and will be posted to the web site at the following direct link https://www.fbo.gov/fedteds/TDP15R1314PHASE1. The FBO website is the only available resource for plan holders. It is the responsibility of the Offeror to check the FBO website periodically for any revisions to the posted documents. All prime firms are required to complete the System for Award Management (SAM) via the website at https://www.sam.gov. Correspondence will be via facsimile transmission, unless otherwise noted in the project documents, therefore, your submission must clearly indicate a working facsimile number for your firm. Printed copies or CDs of the RFP will not be issued. The Phase II non-price evaluation factors are anticipated to be FACTOR 4, Safety; FACTOR 5, Small Business; SUBFACTOR 5A, Past Performance in Utilization of Small Business Concerns; SUBFACTOR 5B, Small Business Participation; FACTOR 6, Workforce Housing and Logistics; FACTOR 7, Seed Project Execution Plan; FACTOR 7A, Key Personnel/Qualifications; FACTOR 7B, Management Plan/Project Schedules. The contract period of performance is anticipated to consist of a 12-month base period and four (4) potential 12-month option periods for a total maximum duration of 60 months. The estimated maximum dollar value, including the base year and all options, for all contracts combined is $990,000,000. Task orders will typically range between $15,000,000 and $300,000,000. Task orders may be above this limit; however, contractors are not obligated to accept such task orders under the general terms of the contract. Task orders may require both design and construction services. 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 $30,000 is guaranteed for each awardee under the base period of the contract. There are no additional minimum guarantees obligated for each option year. All work under the MACC will be initiated by task orders that are competed amongst only the MACC holders (firms awarded one of the potential contracts). Task orders will be either design-bid-build (100% provided by the Government) or design-build. Work will include new construction, renovation, and additions/upgrades to a variety of facility types, including but not limited to, barracks/dormitories, administrative facilities, communication facilities, educational facilities, medical/dental/hospital facilities, dining facilities, industrial facilities, warehouse facilities, ranges, operational/training facilities, roads, streets, bridges, site utilities/infrastructure, dredging, and aviation facilities (including hangars, runways and aprons), and other base development facilities on Government shore-based facilities in Guam. If determined to be in the best interest of the Government, less than five contracts may be awarded or the Government may cancel the procurement. In support of the design-build task orders, MACC holders shall retain the services of professional architect-engineer (A-E) firms experienced with multi-disciplined architectural-engineering design efforts. A-E firms employed shall have active U.S. professional registration or equivalent qualifications. Note: During contract execution, U.S. registration will be required for all architects or engineers who approve designs.

Frank E. Moss Courthouse Back-Fill Construction Project - Construction services

General Services Administration, Public Buildings Service (PBS) | Published April 1, 2016  -  Deadline May 11, 2016
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SOLICITATION NUMBER: GS-08-P-16-JF-C-XXXX [TO BE DETERMINED] TITLE OF CONSTRUCTION PROJECT:  Frank E. Moss Courthouse Back-Fill Construction Project DESCRIPTION OF PROPOSED WORK:  Building alterations and repairs consisting of approximately 73,200 usable square feet in the basement and on the first, second and fourth floors within the Frank E. Moss U. S. Courthouse located in Salt Lake City, Utah (Moss Courthouse).  The space will be utilized by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and various other Federal agencies.  This construction project includes demolition, potential minor asbestos abatement, historical building considerations, general interior tenant finish, and minor roofing work.  This project includes use of a brand name product (See Brand Name Justification attached hereto).  The project is planned in two phases to facilitate coordinating tenant moves into finished space as efficiently as possible (Phase A - 33,3550 usf; Phase B - 39,550 usf). The Contract structure is as follows:  1) Firm-fixed price for Phase A; and 2) a guaranteed maximum price option for Phase B (Phase B Option) to be converted to firm-fixed price at the time the option is exercised after award (see "PROCEDURES FOR AWARD" below).     **Estimated Price Range:  More than $10,000,000.**NAICS Code and Title:  236220, Commercial and Institutional Building Construction**Small Business Size Standard:  $33.5 million TYPE OF SET-ASIDE:  THIS PROCUREMENT IS SET ASIDE FOR AWARD TO WOMEN-OWNED SMALL BUSINESSES (WOSB) in accordance with the requirements of FAR 19.502-2, 19.203(c) and 19.1505(c).  OFFERS FROM OTHER BUSINESSES INCLUDING LARGE BUSINESS WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED. LOCATION OF THE WORK:  County of Salt Lake, Salt Lake City, Utah TENTATIVE DATES:SOLICITATION STEP 1 - TECHNICAL QUALIFICATIONS: - Issuance of Solicitation for Technical Qualification Proposals (Step 1): On or about April 18, 2016- Technical Qualification Statements Due:   On or about May 11, 2016 - Notification to Step 1 Technically Qualified Respondents (those invited to submit Price Proposals):  On or about May 25, 2016 SOLICITATION STEP 2 - PRICE PROPOSAL: DATES ARE PROVIDED FOR INFORMATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY.  ONLY THOSE OFFERORS SELECTED FROM THE STEP 1 - TECHNICAL QUALIFICATION PHASE WILL BE INVITED TO SUBMIT A PRICE PROPOSAL.- Issuance of Solicitation for Price Proposals (for both Phase A and Phase B Option) from Selected Technically Qualified Respondents (Step 2): On or about June 1, 2016 - Price Proposals Due:   On or about July 13, 2016- Contract Award Date:  On or about August 15, 2016 POST-AWARD- Definitize Phase B Option (after award):  On or about February 10, 2017- Completion of Contract Performance:  On or about March 1, 2018  (approximately 580 days from Notice-to-Proceed) PROCEDURES FOR AWARD:  Solicitation: The Solicitation will consist of two steps.  Step 1 - Technical Qualifications phase and Step 2 - Price Proposal phase.  To ensure proposals are complete and pricing may be evaluated, the Solicitation will be issued at or about 100% design completion for the Phase A work requirements.  Phase A will be awarded as a firm-fixed price line item.  The Solicitation will also include the Phase B design intent (approximately 50% design) documents and specifications.  The Solicitation will also include existing building information.  Option Phase B:  After award and at the time the Phase B design is complete, the government may determine to exercise the Phase B Option.  The Contractor will be provided with the final 100% Phase B design documents, an additional site walk-through may be held, and a request for an updated pricing proposal will be issued for the Phase B work.  A modification to the Contract may be issued only after evaluation of the Phase B Option proposal in accordance with specific criteria and negotiations as necessary, so that the Phase B Option work will be definitized to a firm-fixed price.  GSA will evaluate the Phase B Option proposal and may accept, reject, or negotiate the option. Upon GSA's acceptance of the proposal by execution of an amendment, the Contractor becomes contractually bound to provide labor and materials for the Project and to complete construction at or below the guaranteed maximum price.  As a result of this structure, the entire project will be procured under a firm-fixed price contract. The STEP-1 TECHNICAL QUALIFICATION will result in the most highly qualified responsible offerors being selected to submit a price proposal for evaluation in the STEP-2 PRICE PROPOSAL source selection process.  The Government intends to award without discussions but reserves the right to do so.   A trade-off approach will be utilized to select the proposal that represents the best value to the Government; therefore, the award will not necessarily be made to the lowest priced offer.  PLAN AVAILABILITY:  The Solicitation will be available for electronic download at no charge from the Federal Business Opportunities website at www.fbo.gov.  All documents are subject to SENSITIVE BUT UNCLASSIFIED (SBU) document procedures. For the STEP 2 PRICE PROPOSAL, Offerors selected to participate in STEP 2 will be provided certain of the price proposal submission forms, specifications, and drawings on CD.  In order to obtain these plans, only those Offerors selected from the STEP 1 TECHNICAL QUALIFICATIONS source selection and invited to submit a price proposal, will be provided information about how to receive those items.    FEE FOR SOLICITATION DOCUMENTS:  Solicitation documents are available at no charge. AMENDMENTS TO SOLICITATION:  It is the offeror's responsibility to monitor the EPS site at www.fbo.gov for the release of any amendments. AWARD RESTRICTIONS:  This procurement is offered for competition limited to eligible WOSB concerns. SITE VISIT: Only those Offerors selected to participate in the STEP 2 PRICE PROPOSAL source selection phase, will be invited to attend a pre-proposal conference and inspect the site and examine the data concerning performance of the work such as building records and plans of previous construction.  Pre-registration will be required for all attendees to the site visit and participation will be limited. It is expected that the site visit will take place in approximately June 2016 at the Frank E. Moss Courthouse, 350 South Main Street, Salt Lake City, Utah 84101.  If it is not feasible for offerors to inspect the site or examine the data on their own, offers must designate an individual who will show the site or data to the offerors and that person's contact information such as telephone number, and the designee(s) must pre-register prior to the site visit.  A record shall be kept of the identity and affiliation of all offerors' representatives who inspect the site or examine the building data. FUNDS AVAILABILITY:  Issuance of this Solicitation does not warrant that funds are presently available for award of a Contract.  Award of the contract shall be subject to the availability of appropriated funds, and the Government shall incur no obligation under this Solicitation in advance of such time as funds are made available to the Contracting Officer for the purpose of contract award. OPTIONS:  The Government anticipates that the following options will be included in the solicitation and will be considered in evaluation of offers:**Phase B Option - For construction services for approximately 39,550 usf.  Initially, for purposes of submitting a price proposal in response to the Step 2 solicitation phase, this option is required to be priced at a guaranteed maximum price.  Upon exercise of the Option, the price will be definitized to a firm-fixed price.  (See PROCEDURES FOR AWARD above) BONDING:  A bid guarantee in the amount of 25% of the contract amount or $3,000,000, whichever is less, is required.  Performance and payment bonds are required. SECURITY:  Before employees are allowed to work on this project site, all personnel are required to pass a security check.  Forms will be provided to the successful offeror after award. IMMIGRATION CONSIDERATIONS:  In addition to the previously mentioned security check, any foreign national employed to work on this site will be required to provide a document authorizing him/her to work in the United States such as a copy of his/her resident alien card or a copy of his/her employment authorization card from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security/U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services Bureau.  Also, any person born outside of the United States who is now a naturalized U.S. citizen must provide proof of U.S. citizenship such as a copy of his/her U.S. passport or a copy of his/her certificate of naturalization. BUY AMERICAN ACT / TRADE AGREEMENTS:  This procurement is subject to the requirements of the Buy American Act.  Per Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) 25.401(a)(1).  The policies and procedures of this subpart do not apply to acquisitions set aside for small businesses.   ELIGIBLE OFFRORS: All responsible WOSB firms may submit a STEP 1 - TECHNICAL QUALIFICATION response which shall be considered by the agency. Only those responsible offerors selected through the STEP 1 - TECHNICAL QUALIFICATION evaluation process and notified to participate in the STEP 2 - PRICE PROPOSAL phase are permitted to submit a price proposal in response to the Solicitation.  All prospective offerors are also required to use the Online System for Award Management (SAM) in federal solicitations as a part of the proposal submission.  You may access SAM via the following URL, www.sam.gov.  Potential offerors should refer to the solicitation package regarding instructions involving the use of SAM.

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 June 13, 2016
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SOLICITATION: P15PS00008 PROJECT TITLE: Construction Services: Site Repairs and Improvements at Statue ofLiberty National Monument, Liberty Island, NYC, NY. NPS PMIS # STLI 201065 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 around 6/30/16 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. 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 acquisition limited to 8(a) firms located within the geographical area serviced by the New Jersey and New York District Offices, and other 8(a) construction firms with a bona fide place of business within the geographical competitive area, and the assigned NAICS code. All other 8(a) BD Participants are deemed ineligible to submit offers. 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 first couple of weeks of July 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.Contracting Office Address: 12795 West Alameda ParkwayPost Office Box 25287Denver, Colorado 80225-0287 Place of Performance: Statue of Liberty National Monument, Liberty Island, NYC, NY 10004 USA Secondary Point of Contact.: Alan StormontContract Specialistalan_stormont@nps.gov Phone: (303) 969-2117 Primary Point of Contact: Al O'Mara Contracting Officeralbert_omara@nps.govPhone: (303) 969-2056  

IDC M-320, Indefinite Delivery Contract for Construction Management Services, primarily within New York District and other USACE locations within NAD/MSC Boundaries including Fort Hamilton, NY, West Point, NY, Fort Drum, NY, Picatinny, NJ, and JBMD, NJ

Department of the Army, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers | Published December 24, 2015  -  Deadline January 27, 2016
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W912DS-16-AE-0001 Combined Synopsis/Solicitation CONTRACT TITLE: Indefinite Delivery Contract M-320, Engineering and Construction Management (CM) Services within New York District, primarily within New York and other Corps of Engineers locations within NAD/MSC Boundaries including Fort Hamilton, NY, U.S.M.A. West Point, NY, Fort Drum, NY, Picatinny Arsenal, NJ and Joint Base-McGuire/Dix Lakehurst, NJ. 1. CONTRACT INFORMATION: This contract is being procured in accordance with Public Law 92-582, the Brooks Act as implemented in FAR Subpart 36.6 and DFARS 236.6 using full & open competitive procedures. NAICS Code 541330. Size standard is $15 million dollars. The selection will be based on demonstrated competence and qualifications for the required work. One (1) A-E firm will be selected based on demonstrated competence and qualifications for the required work. The contract is procured as 100% Small Business set aside. The number one ranked firm will be selected for negotiations based on demonstrated competence and qualifications for the required work. The length of this contract is a maximum of 60 months and will not include optional time periods. The total capacity of this contract will not exceed $9,500,000. Task orders will be issued by negotiated firm fixed price task orders and will be negotiated and issued under the terms and conditions of this Indefinite Delivery Contract (IDC). The Government shall be under no obligation to issue any particular number or types of orders and no liability to the contractor shall be incurred in the event that a certain number or types of orders are not issued; however, the Government guarantees a minimum ordering obligation of $35,000 for the basic contract via the first task order in concurrence with the IDC award. Labor rates for each discipline, overhead rates, and escalation factors for each year will be negotiated in the basic contract; and profit will be negotiated on a task order by task order basis. The selected small business A-E firm will need to demonstrate capability to perform at least 51% of the contract work listed below in accordance with EP 715-1, Chapter 3-8c which can be found at: http://www.publications.usace.army.mil/Portals/76/Publications/EngineerPamph-1-7.pdf. In particular, in order to be awarded a small business contract the concern will perform at least 51 percent of the cost of the contract incurred from personnel with its own employees. NOTE: This is a minimum ordering obligation: NOT a minimum payment. Contractor shall only be entitled to breach of contract damages, i.e., anticipated profit for an order of this amount and provable standby costs in the event that the government does not issue orders for the value of the minimum-ordering guarantee. Subcontractors and Outside Associates and Consultants (Architect-Engineer Services) (FAR 36.606(e), 44.204(b) and 52.244-4). The following applies: "Any subcontractors and outside associates or consultants required by the Contractor (prime A-E firm) in connection with the services covered by the contract will be limited to individuals or firms that were specifically identified and agreed to during negotiations. The Contractor shall obtain the Contracting Officer's written consent before making any substitution for these subcontractors, associates, or consultants." If a substitution is necessitated by illness, death, or termination of employment for whatever reason, the selected A-E firm shall notify the Contracting Officer in writing within 15 calendar days after the occurrence of any of these events and provide the following information to the Contracting Officer: required information for substitutions necessitated by illness, death, or termination of employment for whatever reason. The contractor shall provide a detailed explanation of the circumstances necessitating the proposed substitutions, complete resumes for the proposed substitutes, and any additional information requested by the Contracting Officer. Proposed substitutes should have comparable qualifications or better qualifications to those of the persons being replaced. The Contracting Officer will notify the contractor within 15 calendar days after receipt of all required information of the decision on substitutions. The prime A-E firm must obtain the contracting officer's consent to change any subcontractors that were identified during selection and negotiation. The contracting officer should refer the qualifications of any new subcontractor to the original selection board (to the extent that these individuals are available) for evaluation. Approval of these substitutions may result in a price credit to the Government. Approximately award date: February 2016. The wages and benefits of services employees (see FAR 22.10) performing under this contract must be at least equal to those determined by the Department of Labor under the Service Contract Act, as determined relative to the employee's office location (not of the location of the work). To be eligible for a contract award, a firm must have a DUNS number from Dun & Bradstreet (D&B) and be registered in the DoD System for Award Management (SAM). If you were not previously registered, please go to https://www.sam.gov. Instructions for new registration are also located at the following link: https://www.sam.gov/sam/transcript/Quick_Guide_for_Contract_Registrations_v1.7.pdf Contractors may obtain information on registration and annual confirmation requirements at http://www.sam.gov or by calling (866) 606-8220. The A-E firm selected for this contract will be responsible to utilize the Army Contractor Manpower reporting (CMR) system and will be required to report certain information to the Army CMR system. For additional information see https://contractormanpower.army.pentagon.mil. The Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) requires that Past Performance Information (PPI) be collected on DoD contracts. The Contractor Performance Assessment Reporting System (CPARS) is a web-enabled application the supports the completion, distribution and retrieval of all contract performance evaluations. Contractor Representatives are responsible for reviewing and commenting on evaluations submitted on the Contractor Performance Assessment Reporting System (CPARS) website at https://www.cpars.gov/index.htm. 2. PROJECT INFORMATION DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES - A-E construction management services may include but not limited the following: The scope of services under this contract will be design and engineering management services performed relative to the performance of construction management services to include but not limited to design and constructability review, claims analysis, modification support, office engineering, construction cost estimating, report preparation, construction documentation, Engineering Management, construction schedule analysis, commissioning support, corrosion analysis and design, site condition reports and testing, Design and Engineering Services and Sanitary Engineering Support. Engineer Construction Quality Assurance activities shall be performed relative to the performance of construction management services. The proposed project team must have the capability to perform the basic construction management disciplines (i.e. architectural, civil, environmental, structural, mechanical, and electrical) with in house personnel; joint venture or firm / consultant arrangements will be considered and evaluated for demonstrated interdependency of the members to provide services in the basic disciplines as well as specialty fields. This contract will require experience in both Military Construction and Civil works projects. 3. Construction Management Services Support Tasks: The Contractor shall comply with the product delivery schedule stated herein, except as otherwise specified by individual task orders. The primary A-E construction management services that may be requested under this contract include; but are not limited to, are the following: a. Design and Constructability Reviews: i. Submit comments citing specific deficiencies and referencing correct information upon review of construction plans. Deficiencies shall include but are not limited to biddability / operability / constructability / environmental and sustainability requirements, incorrect citations, grammar, and incorrect/missing procedures. Insure contractor compliance with contract and specification requirements. Comments shall be submitted to the USACE assigned Project Engineer within 5 working days from receipt of the submittal. ii. Submit comments citing specific deficiencies and referencing correct information upon review of specifications. Deficiencies shall include but are not limited to biddability / operability / constructability / environmental and sustainability requirements, incorrect citations, grammar, and incorrect / missing procedures. Insure contractor compliance with contract and specification requirements. Comments shall be submitted to the USACE assigned Project Engineer within 5 working days from receipt of the submittal. iii. Submit comments citing specific deficiencies and referencing correct information upon review of technical submittals. Deficiencies shall include but are not limited to design flaws, incorrect citations, grammar, calculation errors, incorrect / missing procedures, and compliance to the construction contract. Insure contractor compliance with contract and specification requirements. Comments shall be submitted to the USACE assigned Project Engineer within 5 working days from receipt of the submittal. iv. Submit evaluations and responses to RFIs submitted by the construction contractor based on knowledge of contractual requirements, sound engineering and construction practices, and other professional knowledge. RFI responses shall be submitted to the USACE assigned Project Engineer within 2 working days from receipt of the submittal. v. Provide coordination assistance with contractors, local officials, and the public as necessary; and refer any recommendations to the USACE assigned Project Engineer within 2 working days from date of coordination meeting. vi. Check appropriate codes, criteria, and guidelines including technical references and specifications; and consult with design personnel and subject matter specialists in formulating recommended courses of action; and refer recommendations to the USACE assigned Project Engineer within 2 working days from date of coordination meeting. b. Claims Analysis: i. Prepare a technical analyses of construction contract claims involving disputes on contract interpretations, contract modification costs, Government caused delays, differing site conditions, construction suspension and acceleration, and other impact and labor inefficiency claims; Prepare background data required for technical and legal review given a formal decision is required; Consider all pertinent facts including Quality Assurance (QA) and Contractor Quality Control (CQC) reports, master diaries, substantiating correspondence, other contract documents (i.e. plans and specifications, shop drawings, and submittals), Government and commercial technical publications and standards, interview with Government and contractor field personnel, etc. Evaluate the potential win / loss risk and its economic impact on the project as a whole. Consider all outstanding issues, such as other outstanding changes, claims, and delays, project engineer limitations, and the potential cost of litigation. Recommend to Government personnel a fully coordinated position representing what is in the "best interest" of the Government. For claims determined to have potential for merit, support negotiations for extent of entitlement and costs. ii. Prepare a technical analysis, for claims which cannot be resolved and for which the contractor requests a Contracting Officer's Final Decision, outlining the Government's position for further review and staffing in the District. iii. Deliver each of the above mentioned technical analysis to the Contracting Officer via the USACE assigned Project Engineer within 5 working days from receipt of the claim. c. Modification Support: i. Perform the full range of contracting activities associated with the construction operations, supporting Government personnel on matters related to contract modifications, changes and contractor claims. ii. Submit comments furnishing advice and assistance on potential problems based on review of contractor plans, specifications, network analysis, on-site inspections etc.; and make recommendations for improving the administrative procedures for processing changes. Comments shall be submitted to the USACE assigned Project Engineer within 3 working days from request. iii. Prepare Independent Government Estimates (IGE) pertaining to contract modifications for government approval. The IGE shall be submitted to the USACE assigned Project Engineer within 3 working days from receipt of the Scope of Work. iv. Submit technical comments for Pre and Post Negotiation Memorandums (PNMs and POMs) for government approval. Comments shall be submitted to the USACE assigned Project Engineer within 3 working days from request. v. Submit comments citing specific deficiencies and referencing correct contractor information and proper requirements upon review of draft RFPs. Insure contractor compliance with contract and specification requirements. Comments shall be submitted to the USACE assigned Project Engineer within 2 working days from receipt of the submittal. vi. Submit comments citing specific deficiencies and referencing correct information upon review of scopes of work. Deficiencies shall pertain but are not limited to relevancy of deliverables, correct detail of deliverables, and achievability of time period. Review and discuss proposed changes with the contractor' representatives regarding scope to assure that contractor's proposals cover all work envisioned in the change. Insure contractor compliance with contract and specification requirements. Comments shall be submitted to the USACE assigned Project Engineer within 3 working days from receipt of the submittal. d. Office Engineering: i. Submit comments on contractors' contract progress data, material and equipment usage, quality control and survey reports to verify the validity of the computation of progress payments to contractor. Comments shall be submitted to the USACE assigned Project Engineer within 5 working days from receipt of contractors' contract progress data. ii. Perform periodic reviews regarding potential construction contractor claims / disputes relative to contract requirements and/or discrepancies in the drawings and/or specifications. Comments shall be submitted to the USACE assigned Project Engineer within 1 working day from discovering any construction contractor claims / disputes and/or discrepancies in the drawings or specifications. iii. Develop Quality Assurance plans for specific construction projects and ensure that they are implemented. QA plan shall be submitted to the USACE assigned Project Engineer prior to commencement of construction. e. Contract Administration to include Quality Assurance: i. Submit daily Quality Assurance (QA) reports documenting quality assurance inspections upon performing surveillance of contract work to assure that the contractor is producing work in conformance with the plans and specification. Reports shall include but not limited to descriptions of observed QC tests; defects in structure, envelope, concrete, mechanical, electrical, plumbing, fire protection, fire alarm, site work, and etc.; and QA log. Reports shall be submitted to the USACE assigned Project Engineer within 1 working day from date of the inspection. ii. Witness field tests, and review all contractor test reports and any Government materials tests for conformance with specifications; establish and maintain a log of all field tests required by the contract and perform QA testing. Notify USACE assigned Project Engineer within 1 day of confirming non-compliant work. iii. Perform surveillance of survey operations for layout and elevations of construction work. Determine adequacy and validity of contractor's measurement data. Submit daily Quality Assurance (QA) reports. Notify USACE assigned Project Engineer within 1 day of confirming non-compliant work. iv. Assist on request coordination for passes, outages, excavations, hauling, and delivery routes associated with projects as required. Submit daily Quality Assurance (QA) reports. Notify USACE assigned Project Engineer within 1 day of confirming non-compliant work. v. Verify quantities of all work in place and materials stored on site. Review and comment on the accuracy of the construction contractor's requests for payment. Submit daily Quality Assurance (QA) reports. Notify USACE assigned Project Engineer within 1 day of confirming non-compliant work. vi. Submit and distribute meeting minutes upon attendance at the preconstruction, quality control, progress meetings and conferences. Minutes shall be submitted to the USACE assigned Project Engineer and all attendees within 3 working day from date of the meeting. vii. Submit comments on interpretation of plans and specifications for Government use in contractor disputes. Comments shall be submitted to the USACE assigned Project Engineer within 3 working days from receipt of the tasking. viii. Submit reports on observed QA testing. Reports shall include but not limited to test name, date, time, location, purpose, results; persons involved procedures, weather, and variables that may affect test accuracy. Reports shall be submitted to the USACE assigned Project Engineer within 1 working day from date of the testing. ix. Submit reports on observed construction activities based on surveillance of contract work to assure that the contractor is producing work in conformance with the plans and specification. Reports shall include but not limited to activity observed, date, time, location, occurrences that may affect quality of completed work, and procedure used to complete work. Reports shall be submitted to the USACE assigned Project Engineer within 1 working day from date of the observation. x. Submit reports on potential solutions to problems resulting from augmented requirements. Problems may include but not limited to inclement weather, unforeseen site condition, design errors or omissions, customer requested changes, or changed criteria and augmented time table. Reports shall be submitted to the USACE assigned Project Engineer within 2 working days from date of the observation or tasking. xi. Submit reports on health and safety nonconformance with emphasis on asbestos and lead abatement. The Contractor shall observe the construction contractor's compliance with site specific health and safety plan, safety manual and OSHA requirements. Reports shall include but not limited to the offender's name and location, date, time, and nature of violation. Reports shall be submitted to the USACE assigned Project Engineer within 1 working day from date of the observation or tasking. For serious safety violations which could result in loss of life or limb or compromise public safety, immediate telephonic notification and action taken shall be provided to the USACE assigned Project or Resident Engineer. xii. Submit comments upon review of the construction contractor's daily quality control (QC) reports. Evaluate contractor's progress, quality control, and safety operations for effectiveness. Comments shall include but not limited to validity of deficiency, citing of necessary support information and regulations, and. correct detail of QC reports. Comments shall be submitted to the USACE assigned Project Engineer within 1 working day from date of the review. xiii. Submit comments upon review of the construction contractor's monthly construction schedules for adherence to contractual requirements and schedule. Comments shall be submitted to the USACE assigned Project Engineer within 2 working days from date of the receipt of schedule. xiv. Submit comments upon review of the construction contractor's monthly progress payment requests based on accomplishment of objectives in accordance with contract schedule, price and quality standards. Comments shall be submitted to the USACE assigned Project Engineer within 1 working day from date of the receipt of payment estimate. xv. Submit minutes to meetings attended. Minutes shall include but not limited to due outs, important notes, updates, and new issues. Minutes shall be submitted to the USACE assigned Project Engineer within 2 working days of the meeting. xvi. Submit evaluations of contractor proposals. Evaluations shall include but not limited to confirmation of correct scope of work used, verification of complete scope of work used, difference in hours used per task, difference in rates used, and any additional requirements. Comments shall be submitted to the USACE assigned Project Engineer within 2 working days from date of the receipt of contractor proposal. xvii. Submit comments upon review of project schedule submissions. Comments shall address but not limited to construction tasks completed in the last week, tasks not completed on schedule, reason for delay, tasks completed early, and tasks pushed forward in the last week. Comments shall be submitted to the USACE assigned Project Engineer within 2 working days from date of the receipt of schedule. xviii. Submit cost reports including but not limited to cost estimation of construction task (labor and material), cost impact on budget, and analysis of quantities needed. Reports shall be submitted to the USACE assigned Project Engineer within 2 working days from date of the receipt of tasking. xix. Provide market research support including but not limited to listing of companies supplying the needed requirement, cost of requirements, lack of or extra features provided, and past performance. Reports shall be submitted to the. USACE assigned Project Engineer within 2 working days from date of the tasking. xx. Upon notification of pre-final and final inspection of the construction contractors completed work, the Contractor shall provide daily punch list inspection and contract closeout reports with observations, findings and recommendations. Reports shall be submitted to the USACE assigned Project Engineer within 1 working day from date of the inspection. xxi. The A-E shall input data, using the USACE RMS program, to maintain project awareness, electronic documentation of memo's, reports, drawings, contractual instruments and other project information. f. Preparation of Site Condition Reports and Testing: i. Prepare special reports pertaining or related to unforeseen site conditions not indicated in contract documents. Reports shall be submitted to the USACE assigned Project Engineer within 3 working day from date of the inspection. ii. Obtain the services of a certified testing laboratory, including all testing equipment and analysis as required to test for Hazard Materials (asbestos, contaminated soil, lead, PCB's etc.). Attain contract award within 6 weeks of confirming the need for the testing. g. Design and Engineering Services: i. Provide Design and Engineering Services requiring Architectural, Civil, Structural, Geotechnical, Mechanical and Electrical; Specialties; Elevators, fire and Life Safety, Security, Seismic, Accessibility (ADA requirements), Environmental, Certified Industrial Hygienist, Corrosion Control Analysis & Design, Cost Estimating (GIS), interior design, acoustical, historic preservationist for modification to existing and new facilities. ii. Preparation of project analysis and investigative reports, conceptual designs, contract documents (complete or abbreviated plans and specifications), site plans, exterior and interior layouts and designs, interior furnishings and finish schedules, project cost estimating and scheduling. iii. The above design services will only be incidental to the Construction Management Services the A/E will be performing. Specialty requirements: Requirements for Fire Protection Engineers are shown in the United Facilities Criteria UFC 3-600-01, http://62.204.17.188/report/doc_ufc.html. Use the latest publication of UFC 3-600-01 as of the posted date off this announcement. Licensed Interior designers are required to pass all 3 sections of the National Council for Interior Design Qualification (NCIDQ) Examination. State Historical Preservation Office experience is acceptable from any state. Requirements for GIS Technicians - Must develop, maintain and update Geographic Information System (GIS) databases; obtain data from city, state, federal and private sources; receive and review maps, land parcel records and engineering documents. Identify pertinent GIS information and convert data into proper GIS formats. Ensure accuracy and completeness; enter data into databases; and update essential GIS layers and databases. Create a variety of maps and GIS related documents. Provide expertise in GIS hardware and software products. Provide technical support to GIS users. At least 5 years of the above GIS Technician experience with at least a Bachelor's degree in Geographic Information Systems from an accredited university. Requirements for GIS Analyst - Shall be responsible for engineering support relating to resources and facilities support, database planning and design, systems analysis and design, network services, programming, conversion and implementation support, network services project support, data/records support, AUTOCAD proficiency and its interaction with GIS, and other computer related services. Contributes to the completion of specific programs and projects with frequent customer contact. Education and Experience: At least 5 years of the above GIS Analyst experience with at least a Bachelor's degree in Computer-Aided Design or Engineering Design Technology from an accredited university. Requirements for Commissioning Engineers - shall be a Certified Commissioning Professional (CCP) or Certified Building Commissioning Professional (CBCP). The CCP or CBCP will Perform Quality Assurance on contractor's commission plans and submittals and during commissioning serve as the government's Quality Assurance Representative. Requirements for Corrosion Control Analysis and Design - must be a registered PE with certification or licensing in corrosion control of buried metal pipes and tanks. Shall demonstrate expertise in analysis of corrosion issues and the design of corrosion prevention systems including cathodic protection, coatings for industry, inspection, corrosion testing, and material selection for specific chemical resistance. 4. SELECTION CRITERIA: The selection criteria are listed below in descending order of importance (first by major criterion and then by each sub-criterion). Criteria a through f are primary selection criteria. Criteria g and h are secondary selection criteria and will only be used as tiebreakers among technically equal firms. Primary Selection criteria: a. Specialized experience and technical competence: i. The experience of firm and its consultants previously listed in Section 2 Project Information of this announcement. ii. Experience in the ability to provide a QA/QC plan indicating how the prime plans to manage their team to ensure that quality products are prepared. Demonstrate ability to produce quality designs. Evaluation will be based on the firm's design quality management plan (DQMP) and will consider the management approach, coordination of disciplines, management of subcontractors and quality control procedures. iii. Demonstrate capability to execute multiple task orders simultaneously b. Professional Qualifications: Consideration will only be given to firms that assemble a team of in-house and/or sub-contractors/consultants with a professional staff consisting of the following disciplines. NOTE: Senior project personnel for each key discipline listed below are required to be licensed/registered. Resumes must be provided for each discipline, except where noted below. i. Project Manager (Architect or Engineer with R.A. and/or P.E. required) ii. Quality Assurance Manager (based on the firm's QA/QC Plan, Architect or Engineer with R.A. and/or P.E. required) iii. Architecture (Registration required) iv. Structural Engineering (P.E. required) v. Civil Engineering (P.E. required) vi. Mechanical Engineering (P.E. required) vii. Electrical Engineering (P.E. required) viii. Sanitary Engineer (P.E. required) ix. Fire Protection Engineering (P.E. required) x. Cost Engineering xi. Geotechnical Engineering (P.E. required) xii. Licensed Interior Designer xiii. Certified Industrial Hygienist xiv. Historical Architect (Registration required) xv. Lead/Asbestos Abatement Inspector xvi. Elevator Specialist xvii. Life Safety Engineer (P.E. required) xviii. Security Specialist (P.E. required) xix. Seismic Engineer (P.E. required) xx. Environmental Engineer (P.E. required) xxi. Acoustical Engineer (P.E. required) xxii. Construction Manager (P.E. or R.A. required) xxiii. Construction Project Engineer xxiv. Construction Scheduler xxv. Commissioning Engineer (P.E. required) xxvi. CADD Operator The evaluation will consider education, registration, and training and overall and relevant experienced using information from Section E of the SF 330 includes a matrix in Section G showing experience of the proposed lead designers on the projects listed in Section F of the SF 330. Requirements for Fire Protection Engineers are shown in the United Facilities Criteria UFC 3-600-01, http://62.204.17.188/report/doc_ufc.html. Use the latest publication of UFC 3-600-01 as of the posted date off this announcement. Licensed Interior designers are required to pass all 3 sections of the National Council for Interior Design Qualification (NCIDQ) Examination. State Historical Preservation Office experience is acceptable from any state. c. Past Performance with respect to cost control, quality of work and compliance with performance schedules, as determined from references, other sources and CPARS. Letter of recommendation from customers addressing your firms cost control, quality or work and schedule compliance capabilities may be included in Section H of the SF 330. Letters should be for projects of a similar nature and shall be no older than three years to be considered. d. Capacity: In an effort to expedite the selection process the A-E's are required to demonstrate how they will complete the work within the time parameters of the project given the employee capacity of the team. The evaluation will consider the availability of an adequate number of personnel in all key disciplines. The evaluation will look at numbers listed in Part II of the SF330 to evaluate the overall capacity of the team. Include a Part II form of the SF 330 for each firm and each office of each firm that is part of the proposed team. e. Knowledge of the locality in the general geographical area of North Atlantic Division boundaries. The evaluators will look at the specific experience of the listed key discipline lead designers (one per discipline) as stated in Section E of the SF 330. f. Geographic Proximity in relation to New York District boundaries. Secondary Selection Criteria: g. Small Business and Small Disadvantaged Business Participation: Extent of participation of small businesses (including women-owned), small disadvantaged businesses, historically black colleges and universities, and minority institutions in the proposed contract team, measured as a percentage of the total estimated effort. h. Volume of work previously awarded to the firm by the Department of Defense, with the object of effecting an equitable distribution among qualified A/E firms, including small business, Veteran-owned small business, service-disabled small business, HUBZONE small business, small disadvantaged small business and woman-owned small business and minority institutions and firms that have not had prior DoD contracts. 4. SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS: Interested prime firms having the capabilities to perform these services must submit three (3) hard copies and one (1) CD copy in PDF format of a comprehensive SF 330 (06/2004 edition), which includes all sub-consultants information. The SF 330 can be found on the following GSA web-site: http://www.gsa.gov/Portal/gsa/ep/home.do?tabId=0 The forms can be downloaded in a .pdf file type. Each key office on the team should indicate DUNS # in Block 4 of Part II of the SF330. Include the prime firm's CPARS number in Block H, SF 330. Total submittal page limitation is 75 pages. Section E is limited to 40 pages. Section F is limited to 10 pages (1 page per project). Each page shall be numbered. Section dividers don't count towards overall page limit. Submittals not following these instructions, may not be evaluated by the Board. Supplemental information on the SF 330 is posted on the NY District USACE website: http://www.nan.usace.army.mil/BusinessWithUs/EngineeringDivision.aspx. Submit the completed SF330's to: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, 26 Federal Plaza, Room 2037 New York, NY 10278 Attn: Mr. Stephen DiBari, P.E. All interested firms have until Wednesday 27th, January 2015 at 2:00 pm to submit the (3) completed SF 330's. Submittals will not be accepted after 2:00 pm on the original response date shown in the advertisement in the FedBizOps. If the response date falls on a Saturday, Sunday, or a Federal Holiday, the response date will moved to the next business day. Facsimile transmissions of the SF330 will not be accepted. Due to heightened security around 26 Federal Plaza, be prepared to leave ample time to gain entry into the building. For questions regarding this contract, contact Lisa Assim at 917-790-8180 or by e-mail at Lisa.M.Assim@usace.army.mil. If a Pre-Selection meeting is required, notifications will not be sent after approval of the pre-selection. Notification of all firms will be made within ten (10) calendar days after selection approval. In addition to the two (2) items listed above, the remaining info on Release of information on firm selection shall be in accordance with UAI SUBPART 5.4 (USACE ACQUISITION INSTRUCTIONS). Interviews (discussions) will be held with all the most highly qualified firms as required by FAR 36.602-3(c). All firms will be interviewed by the same method (telephone, video teleconference or in person). Firms will be given sufficient advance notice to allow representatives to participate in the interviews or presentations. All firms will be asked similar questions. The questions will be related to the announced selection criteria including but not limited to, their experience, capabilities, capacity, organization, management, quality control procedures and approach for this project.

Wisconsin National Guard - IDIQ MATOC for Construction

Department of the Army, National Guard Bureau | Published April 5, 2016  -  Deadline May 5, 2016
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The USPFO for Wisconsin is issuing a Request for Proposal (RFP) for Construction Indefinite Delivery-Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) Multiple Award Task Order Contracts (MATOC) for maintenance, repair, construction and design-build services at the following locations: Milwaukee, WI Metro area (including the 128th Air Refueling Wing and General Mitchell ANGB), Madison, WI (including the 115th Fighter Wing), Camp Douglas, WI (including Volk Field CRTC) and ARNG located throughout Wisconsin. Typical work includes, but is not be limited to: interior and exterior renovations, heating and air-conditioning, HVAC controls, plumbing, fire suppression, interior and exterior electrical and lighting, fire and intrusion alarms, communications, limited utilities, site-work, landscaping, fencing, masonry, roofing, concrete, asphalt paving, storm drainage, limited environmental remediation, construction of new facilities, surveys, studies, design-build and other related work. All will be in accordance with individual task order requirements, specifications and drawings provided with each project or master specifications. It should be noted that the majority of task orders under these contracts will be for sustainment, repair and maintenance (SRM) projects under $1M dollar. Prospective contractors must be able to respond within 240 minutes (4 hours) in response to emergencies via the main office or a staffed satellite office. The North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) code for this work is 236220 and 237990. The small business size standard is $35 million average annual revenue for the previous three years. This is a total small business set-aside. The Government anticipates award of a minimum of nine (9) individual MATOC contracts, providing sufficient qualified contractors present offers. All responsible firms may submit an offer. These anticipated contracts will consist of a Base Award Period of two (2) calendar years, and 3 one-year option periods. Total contract period, to include options, shall not exceed five (5) calendar years. Task Orders will range from $200.00 to $5,000,000.00. The total of individual task orders placed against this contract shall not exceed $10,000,000.00 to any one contractor. The selection process will be conducted in accordance with FAR Part 15 source selection procedures. Proposals will be evaluated on Past Performance, Technical, and Price Evaluation of a Prototypical Project. Prospective Offerors must submit a written past performance and technical proposal and a price proposal for the prototypical project to be considered for award. The prototypical project will be used to evaluate the price proposal and portions of the technical proposal. A Pre-proposal conference and site visit is scheduled for April 26, 2016 at 10am in Truax Field. Details for registering for the conference will be available in the solicitation Section 00100. Interested contractors are encouraged to attend and should register in accordance with the requirements to be provided in the solicitation, prior to attending for clearance to the facility. The solicitation closing date is scheduled for May 5, 2016. All information, amendments and questions concerning this solicitation will be posted to FedBizOpps. Effective May 29, 2012 Government systems such as CCR and ORCA (on-line representations and certifications) were migrated to System for Award Management (SAM). Interested Offerors must be registered in SAM at the following website: https://www.sam.gov/portal/public/SAM/. You will need your DUNS number to register. Instructions for registering are on the web page. The solicitation and associated information will be available from the Federal Business Opportunities system (FedBizOpps.gov or fbo.gov) contractors and subcontractors interested in this project must register at this site. The plans and specifications will be distributed using the Federal Business Opportunities (FedBizOpps.gov or fbo.gov) system. FedBizOpps is a web-based dissemination tool designed to safeguard acquisition-related information for all Federal agencies. Interested bidders/Offerors must register with FedBizOpps before accessing the system. FedBizOpps registration requires the following information: 1) Central Contractor Registration (CCR) Marketing Partner Identification Number (MPIN) 2) DUNS Number and CAGE Code 3) Telephone Number 4) E-Mail Address. Registration instructions can be found on the FedBizOpps website at https://www.fbo.gov/downloads/FBO_Vendor_Guide.pdf. Reference paragraph 4.7 of the Vendor Guide for instructions to obtain a MPIN to retrieve the specification and drawing documents. Contractors who do not already have a MPIN are advised that the normal processing is 7 to 12 business days to obtain a MPIN password that will give them access to the plans and specifications, which are located in the controlled access location on FBO. See video in vendor guide at 3.3 on advanced functions for other information. Bidders/Offerors who have registered with FedBizOpps must access the data for this solicitation with their MPIN. Bidders/Offerors cannot log into the FedBizOpps home page and search for data. This solicitation is not a competitive bid and there will not be a formal public bid opening. All inquiries must be in writing, preferable via email to the persons specified in the solicitation. All answers will be provided in writing via posting to the web. If you have any questions concerning this procurement you are encouraged to Email your questions to zachary.r.tevis.mil@mail.mil AND lisa.m.braund.mil@mail.milDISCLAIMER: The official plans and specification are located on the official government web page and the Government is not liable for information furnished by any other source. Amendments, if/when issued will be posted to the FedBizOpps.gov or fbo.gov for electronic downloading. This will normally be the only method of distributing amendments prior to closing; therefore, it is the Offerors responsibility to check the website periodically for any amendments to the solicitation. Websites are occasionally inaccessible due to various reasons. The Government is not responsible for any loss of Internet connectivity or for an Offerors inability to access the documents posted on the referenced web pages. The Government will issue no paper copies.

Library Construction and Sequencing

Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service | Published August 27, 2015  -  Deadline September 8, 2015
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This is a combined synopsis/solicitation for commercial items prepared in accordance with the format in FAR Subpart 12.6, as supplemented with additional information included in this notice. This announcement constitutes the only solicitation; quotes are being requested and a written solicitation will not be issued. Solicitation No. AG-64PP-S-15-0004 is being issued as a Request for Quotes (RFQ). This solicitation document and incorporated provisions and clauses are those in effect through Federal Acquisition Circular 2005-83. The NAICS code applicable to this acquisition is 541712. For a small company to qualify as a small business, the small business standard is 500 employees or less. The USDA, ARS, MWA, Plant Genetics Research Unit, Columbia, MO has a requirement/need for library construction and sequencing. End-User requires vendor to: 1) Construct 60 libraries for RNA-Seq with bar-codes 2) Perform 6 lanes of 100 base paired-end sequencing using Illumina HI-Seq 2000 3) Each lane must produce at least 35 gigabase DNA sequences that are processed through standard Illumina sequencing data pipeline 4) Meet quality control standards 5) The adapter sequences should be removed from the sequences delivered to the ARS-end user 6) All work must be completed and invoiced by 30 days after receiving the RNA samples ARS end-user will provide RNA samples meeting basic quality requirements for Illumina sequencing library construction. DOCUMENTS TO BE INCLUDED IN QUOTE: In order to be considered for award Offerors shall provide 1) a Quote on company letterhead detailing the item description, and unit price per item and total price; 2) at least 3 to 5 references. (Government references preferred but will accept commercial references). References shall be provided for the service proposed and if possible include the email address of the person to be contacted; and 3) Offerors shall include a completed copy of the provisions FAR 52.212-3, OFFEROR REPRESENTATIONS AND CERTIFICATIONS - COMMERCIAL ITEMS, with this offer; a copy of this provision may be obtained at http://www.acquisition.gov REJECTION OF QUOTATION: Failure to demonstrate compliance will be cause to reject the quote without further discussions. All responsible sources may submit an offer which will be considered. The following provisions and clauses apply to this acquisition and can be found in full text at http://www.acquisition.gov. FAR 52.252-1, Solicitation Provisions Incorporated by Reference are as follows: FAR 52.212-1, Instructions to Offerors Commercial Items; FAR 52.212-2, Evaluation - Commercial Items; FAR 52.212-3, Offeror Representations and Certifications Commercial Items (Provide with Quote); FAR 52.204-7, System for Awards Management (ALL OFFERORS MUST BE REGISTERED IN THE System for Awards Management (SAMS) DATABASE IN ORDER TO RECEIVE AN AWARD) The website address for registration is: http://www.sam.gov; and FAR 52.222-22, Previous Compliance Report. FAR 52.252-2, Clauses Incorporated by Reference, FAR 52.212-4, Contract Terms and Conditions Commercial Items; FAR 52.212-5, Contract Terms and Conditions Required to Implement Statutes or Executive Orders - Commercial Items apply to this acquisition. The following FAR clauses cited in 52.212-5, Contract Terms and Conditions Required to Implement Statutes or Executive Orders - Commercial Items are applicable to this acquisition: FAR 52.204-10, Reporting Executive Compensation and First Tier Subcontract Awards; FAR FAR 52.222-3, Convict Labor (E.O. 11755); FAR 52.222-19, Child Labor; 52.222-21, Prohibition of Segregated Facilities; 52.222-26, Equal Opportunity; 52.222-35, Equal Opportunity for Special Disabled Veterans; 52.222-36, Affirmative Action for Workers with Disabilities; 52.222-37, Employment Reports on Special Disabled Veterans; 52.223-4, Recovered Material Certification; 52.223-9, Estimate of Percentage of Recovered Material Content for EPA-Designated Items; 52.225-2, Buy American Act Certificate ; 52.225-13, Restriction on Certain Foreign Purchases; 52.232-33, Payment by Electronic Funds Transfer - Central Contractor Registration (31 U.S.C. 3332); 52.232-36, Payment by Third Party (31 U.S.C. 3332) and FAR 52.233, Protest After Award. The above FAR clauses may be viewed at http://www.acquisition.gov. DELIVERY: FOB Destination. DELIVERY TO: USDA-ARS-Plant Genetics Research Unit, Columbia, Missouri. QUOTE PRICE MUST INCLUDE any freight or shipping, as well as any applicable duties, brokerage, or customs fees. DELIVERY DATE DUE: The Government requires delivery and invoice 30 days ARO, however, each offeror shall include their proposed delivery schedule as part of their quotation. FAR 52.212.-2, EVALUATION - COMMERCIAL ITEM, the significant evaluation factors, in the relative order of importance, are (i) technical capability of the item offered to meet the Government requirement, including delivery date; (ii) past performance; and (iii) price (based on F.O.B. Destination), technical and past performance are more important than price. Award will be made based on overall BEST VALUE to the Government. EVALUATION & AWARD FACTORS - The contract resulting from this solicitation will be awarded to the responsible party whose offer, conforming to the solicitation, is determined most advantageous to the government, cost, and other factors considered. Each Quote shall respond to each of the evaluation factors identified below. With the exception of past performance, a technical evaluation will be performed on each quote based solely on the information furnished and not on previous knowledge or associations. The evaluation factors are as follows: (1) Technical Evaluation Factors: A) All quotes will be rated against the technical capability of the item offered to meet the Government requirement. B) Delivery. Any amendment and documents related to this procurement will be available electronically at the Internet site: http://www.fbo.gov. Potential offerors will be responsible for downloading their own copy of those documents related to this procurement, if any. Furnish Quotes to Brionna D. Wade, Contracting Officer, USDA, ARS, MWA, University of Missouri, 269 Ag Engineering Building, Columbia, MO. 65211, no later than 10am, September 8, 2015. Quotes and other requested documents may be provided via mail or email: Brionna.Wade@ars.usda.gov, if desired. Additional information may be obtained by contacting the Contracting Officer at (573) 875-5291 x222.

Court of International Trade Elevator Modernization

General Services Administration, Public Buildings Service (PBS) | Published July 12, 2016  -  Deadline August 10, 2016
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Modernization of an elevator: The major phases of this contract will include Pre-Design, Design (with 4 stages of document submissions towards finality) and Construction. Demolition, security requirements and the final closeout of contract will be included as standard. This contract is also to include Post-Construction Contract Services/Construction Inspection Services. The approximate schedule for this project is estimated to be 52 weeks starting from October 2016. See all attached solicitation documentation that outlines requirements.

Y--Total Small Business set aside, Design Build, Design Bid Build, IDIQ, Multiple Award Construction Contract

Department of the Navy, Naval Facilities Engineering Command | Published February 2, 2015
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PRE-SOLICITATION SYNOPSIS This notice does NOT constitute a request for proposal, request for quote, or an invitation for bid. The intent of this pre-solicitation synopsis is to notify potential offerors for a Small Business (SB) set-aside Design-Build (DB), Design-Bid-Build (DBB) Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) Multiple Award Construction Contract (MACC) for the new construction, renovation, alteration, and repairs for projects for projects in the Naval Facilities Engineering Command, Mid-Atlantic, Hampton Roads Region, Virginia. The work includes, but is not limited to, general construction, warehouses, training facilities, personnel support and service facilities, housing facilities and demolition of existing structures and facilities. The Contractor shall provide all labor, supervision, engineering, design, materials, equipment, tools, parts, supplies, and transportation, to perform all of the services described in the plans and specifications for each task order. No more than five (5) contracts will be awarded as a result of this solicitation. The duration of the contract(s) is for one (1) year from the date of contract award with four (4) one-year option periods. The total five-year (base and four one-year options) estimated construction cost for all contracts is not to exceed $95,000,000.00 for the life of the contract. Projects for the SB MACC have an estimated construction cost between $5,000,000 and $30,000,000; however, smaller and larger dollar value projects may be considered. The government guarantees an award amount of $5,000.00 to each successful offeror over the full term of the contract, including option years. Single-phase selection procedures will be utilized for this procurement and will include a seed project. The seed project is design-bid-build construction of P-992, FAST Company Training Facility, Naval Weapons Station Yorktown, Virginia. The initial Design-Build seed project constructs a single story Fleet Anti-Terrorism Security Team (FAST) Training facility and renovates Puller Hall, Building #1808 for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd FAST Company Operations. A written technical proposal will address Corporate Experience, Past Performance, Safety and Technical Approach. A written price proposal for the seed project will also be required. The magnitude of construction for this seed project is between $5,000,000 and $10,000,000. The NAICS Code applicable to the majority of work under the SB MACC is 236220; the NAICS Code applicable to the seed project is 236220. Both have a size standard of $36.5M. Competition Requirements: 100% Small Business Set-Aside Procurement Method: Contracting by Negotiation Source Selection Process: Best Value, Tradeoff Type of Contract: Firm Fixed Price, IDIQ Offerors will be required to submit with their proposal a bid guarantee in a penal sum equal to at least 20 percent of the largest amount for which award can be made under the bid submitted, but in no case to exceed $3,000,000. The Request for Proposal (RFP) will be issued on or about 17 February 2015. The solicitation will be listed as N40085-15-R-0035 on the Navy Electronic Commerce Online website (NECO) at: https://www.neco.navy.mil. A Vendor User Guide is available for download at the site, as well as the NECO Help Desk contact phone number for any issues/questions related to the website. Ensure you register with the site so you will receive emails applicable to your solicitation in the event of any modifications/amendments, and/or any changes regarding this solicitation and/or solicitations of interest. Primary POC: Lindsay Naill, Phone: (757) 341-1654, Email: Lindsay.naill@navy.mil.
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