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Construction Management Services

Department of the Army, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers | Published June 9, 2015  -  Deadline July 9, 2015
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Indefinite Delivery Contract for Construction Management Services Technical Point of Contracts: Alan Barrow (912-652-5244 or alan.d.barrow@usace.army.mil); Ken Gray (912-652-5095 or kenneth.f.gray@usace.army.mil); Taylor Wimberly (912-652-5004 or taylor.wimberly@usace.army.mil). Questions concerning subcontracting plan: Leila Hollis at 912-652-5340 or email: leila.hollis@usace.army.mil; and Contractual Questions to: Andrew Page at 912-652-5900 or email: andrew.k.page@usace.army.mil; Questions concerning SF330; Cleveland Harding at 912-652-5556 or email: cleveland.i.harding@usace.army.mil. ***** 1. CONTRACT INFORMATION: The Savannah District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers requires the services of Architect-Engineer (A-E) firms for a minimum of one and a maximum of two, Indefinite Delivery Contracts (IDC) for Construction Management Services. These contracts are being procured in accordance with the Brooks A-E Act, as implemented in FAR Subpart 36.6. Firms will be selected for negotiations based on demonstrated competence for the required work. Offerors are cautioned to read this announcement in its entirety. The contracts awarded as a result of this announcement will be administered by the Savannah District for use on projects under its jurisdiction and, if requested, for other Corps of Engineers Districts. Contracts may be issued up to one year after selection approval. Typically, the contracts will consist of a 3 year base with a 2 year option period for a total of five years maximum. The total amount of each contract over the five-year ordering period may not exceed $15,000,000. Task Orders will be primarily for Construction Management Services. These task orders are firm fixed price. Projects to be assigned are not yet determined and funds are not presently available. Assignment of individual task orders to the contracts with identical scopes of work will be based on the following factors: (1) Performance and quality of deliverables under the current IDC, (2) Current capacity of the firm to accomplish the task order in the required time, and (3) Equitable distribution of work among identical contracts. The North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) is 541330 with a size standard of $15 million. This announcement is open to all businesses regardless of size. Small businesses are encouraged to team with other businesses. The firm must be capable of responding to and working on multiple task orders concurrently. Large business firms that intend to do any subcontracting must convey their intent to meet the minimum small business goals on the SF 330, Section C, by identifying subcontracting opportunities with small business. If selected, the large business offeror will be required to submit a Small Business Subcontracting Plan in accordance with FAR 17.704 and 52.219-9 and DFARS 219.704/705 as part of the Request for Proposal package. The subcontracting plan should be based on the recommendation for the District's Small Business Targets. The Savannah District subcontracting recommendations are: small business - 50%; small disadvantaged business - 17%; woman owned small business - 18%; HUBZone small business - 10%; services-disabled veteran owned small business - 4%; Written justification must be provided if the recommended small business goals cannot be met. The small business subcontracting plan will be evaluated in accordance with AFAR 19.7, Appendix DD. The plan is not required with this submittal, but will be required with the fee proposal of the firm selected for negotiations. To be eligible for contract award, a firm must be registered in the System for Award Management (SAM). Register via the SAM Internet at http://www.fsd.gov or by contacting the SAM Customer Service Desk at 1-866-606-8220. Notice Organizational Conflict of Interest. The work to be performed may create an actual or potential organizational conflict of interest on future acquisitions. Offerors should refer to FAR subpart 9.5 - ORGANIZATIONATIONAL AND CONSULTANT CONLICTS OF INTEREST. An organizational conflict of interest can arise when a contractor possesses an economic incentive that renders it unable, or potentially unable, to provide impartial assistance or advice; or an unfair competitive advantage in obtaining a contract as the result of access to nonpublic information about a competitor or procurement. When an organizational conflict of interest arises it can have serious implications for the contractor that can range from disclosure obligations to disqualification from an award. Accordingly, some restrictions on the future activities of the contractor and its subcontractors may be required. And, these restrictions may include prohibiting the contractor or its subcontractors from participating in a contract or a task order. A contractor which participates in preparing design drawings or documents for future construction contracts may be prohibited from providing CMS for that contract. However, in future procurements, the contractor or its subcontractors may request a determination of its ability to participate in a particular procurement from the Contracting Officer. Proposals submitted for procurements or services for which the contractor or its subcontractor is later determined to have an organizational conflict of interest shall be submitted at the risk of the contractor or its subcontractors. 2. PROJECT INFORMATION: Construction management services are required to support construction management activities for construction contracts at military installations throughout the Savannah District. These installations can include Ft Bragg, Ft Gordon, Ft Jackson, Ft Stewart, Ft Benning, Ft. Gillem, Moody AFB, Hunter AAF, Seymour Johnson AFB, Robins AFB, and other installations as required. Required services include a broad range of engineering and construction activities including (but not limited to) assistance and guidance to field offices, construction QA inspection and reporting, review of contract documents and shop drawings, review of NAS schedules and QC plans, and investigation and reporting of construction contractor claims. The firm selected will be required to provide personnel on site for 1 to 3 years. The maximum numbers of assignees are estimated to be 20 personnel simultaneously. No travel funds will be provided. Therefore, it is suggested that existing local staff or local hires be used to perform required services. 3. SELECTION CRITERIA: The selection criteria for this project are listed below in descending order of importance. Proposals will be evaluated on each of the criteria factors listed below. Each factor will be assigned a rating from outstanding to unsatisfactory, based on the risk to the government that the offeror will successfully perform the factor being evaluated. An overall consensus rating will be given to each submission. Award will be made to the firm determined to be most highly qualified. Factors listed below will be rated based on a relative weighting as follows: Significantly More Important - means that the factor is at least two times greater in value than another factor. More Important - means that the factor is greater in value than another factor but less than two times greater. Equal - means that the factor is of the same value or nearly the same as another factor. For this solicitation, Factor 1 (Specialized Experience and Technical Competence), and Factor 2 (Construction Management Placement Plan/Capacity) are weighted equally and each factor individually is more important than Factor 3 (Professional Qualifications), Factor 4 (Past Performance), Factor 5 (Knowledge of Locality), and Factor 6 (Geographic Proximity) and significantly more important than Factor 7 (Small Business Participation) and Factor 8 (Volume of Work). Professional Qualifications, Past Performance, Knowledge of Locality, and Geographic Proximity are weighted equally and each factor individually is more important than Small Business Participation and Volume of DOD Contract Awards. Small Business Participation and Volume of DOD Contract Awards are weighted equally and will only be used as "tie-breakers" among firms that are essentially technically equal. Information on each factor should be submitted FOR THE OFFICE AND/OR EMPLOYEE PERFORMING THE WORK IN RESPONSE TO THIS ANNOUNCEMENT. It is recognized that for firms with multiple offices, a project team may be formed from personnel from more than one office. If more than one office is represented, this must be stated clearly in the work management plan and the Selection Board will consider the performance risk associated with that team not being co-located and the geographical proximity to the supported projects. **** FACTOR 1 - SPECIALIZED EXPERIENCE AND TECHNICAL COMPETENCE: Specialized experience and technical competence in hiring, managing, and supervising personnel (in descending order of importance within this category): a. Construction quality assurance inspections and reporting. b. Review of construction contract documents. c. Review of contractor submittals including shop drawings. d. Review of contractor's initial NAS schedule. e. Assist in training Government personnel for analysis/evaluation of schedule updates. f. Review of contractor's quality control and accident prevention plans. g. Perform investigation and evaluation and prepare report of findings for construction contractor claims including detailed analysis of contractor schedule, for claims including time extensions. ****FACTOR 2 - CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT PLACEMENT PLAN/CAPACITY: Experience providing required personnel based on an evaluation of the firm's Construction Management Placement Plan (CMPP). The CMPP shall be presented in Section H and should include an organization chart of existing personnel and their locations. It should address management approach and specific procedures for hiring and providing highly qualified local personnel to be on site within the geographic proximity of the Savannah District military facility locations. These include Savannah, GA; Atlanta, GA; Augusta, GA; Warner Robins, GA; Valdosta, GA; Columbia, SC; Fayetteville, NC; Southport, NC; and Goldsboro, NC. The plan shall address the firm's capacity to provide staff for a period of 1 to 3 years to accomplish multiple simultaneous task orders to include approximately $1,000,000 of work of the required type in a one year period. The evaluation will consider the experience of the firm and consultants in similar contracts, and the availability of an adequate number of personnel in key disciplines. Key disciplines in descending order of importance are civil, mechanical, electrical, scheduling, claims, structural, cost, environmental, and architecture. ****FACTOR 3 - KEY PERSONNEL: All key management personnel shall be shown on the organizational chart in Section D of SF 330. Resumes shall be provided for these key management personnel in Section E of SF 330. Resumes will address all professional qualifications of key management personnel. ****FACTOR 4 - PAST PERFORMANCE: Past performance on DOD and other contracts with respect to quality of work, compliance with performance schedules and cost control. Indication of favorable performance ratings, awards, and repeat clientele in Section H of SF 330 is recommended. Past performance will be based on ACASS ratings and other data presented by the offeror or as determined by the Government. The evaluation of this factor will be based on the past performance information from the previous five years. ****FACTOR 5 - KNOWLEDGE OF LOCALITY: Knowledge of localities listed above as it pertains to the knowledge and experience of local and regional building codes, climatic conditions, construction industry methods, acceptable workmanship standards, and costs of construction material, labor, and equipment. ****FACTOR 6 - GEOGRAPHIC PROXIMITY: Proximity of main or branch offices to Ft Bragg, Ft Gordon, Ft Jackson, Ft Stewart, Ft Benning, Ft McPherson, Moody AFB, Hunter AAF, Seymour Johnson AFB, Robins AFB, Sunny Point Military Ocean Terminal. ****FACTOR 7 - SMALL BUSINESS PARTICIPATION: Degree of participation of all types' small business as prime contractor, subcontractor, or joint venture partner. ALL OFFERORS (except small businesses) who plan to subcontract portions of the work are required to provide a narrative discussion of their plan for utilization of small and small disadvantaged businesses. As a minimum, the narrative shall discuss: a. Goals for subcontracting acting with small and small disadvantaged businesses in sufficient detail to allow government evaluators to determine that these goals are realistic, justifiable, positive, and in accordance with the government's policy to maximize opportunities for these types of businesses. b. The extent to which small disadvantaged businesses, and where appropriate, historically black colleges and universities/ minority institution s (HBCU/ MI) have been identified for participation as part of the offeror's team. c. The offeror's past and present commitment to providing subcontracting opportunities and encouragement to small and small disadvantaged businesses. ****FACTOR 8: VOLUME OF WORK: Volume of DoD contract awards in the last 12 months. ****TELEPHONIC INTERVIEW. Those firms achieving the selection list will be given a telephonic interview, the results of which will be factored into the firms overall rating. The following questions will be provided for the short listed firms to provide a written and telephonic response: **Discuss three (3) important lessons learned from your example projects on your SF330 Part I that would be applicable to this contract. **Discuss your quality control procedures that ensure the proper coordination of disciplines and the development of the best design solution the first time. **Describe your firm's approach for involving the facility users, Public Works, USACE, etc. in the design process. **** 4. SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS - Interested firms having capabilities to perform this work must submit 11 hard copies of the SF330 along with a CD of the SF330. The entire submission of the SF330 must not exceed 5 Megabytes and shall be submitted as one file using Microsoft Word (.doc) or Adobe Acrobat (.pdf). Part I of the SF330 should not exceed 50 pages, including 15 pages for Section H. Font size shall be 10 or larger. Resumes in Section E and example projects in Section F shall not exceed one page each. Please not that an Indefinite Delivery Contract (IDC) will not be considered a single project for SF330 Section F Example Projects. Indicate in Section C.11 if the prime has worked with the team members in the past five years. Section G.26, include the firm each of the key personnel is associated. FIRMS MUST INCLUDE THE DUNS NUMBER FOR THE OFFICE PERFORMING THE WORK IN SECTION B.5 OF THE SF330. Cover letters and extraneous materials (brochures, etc.) will not be considered. Submissions are to be received in this office by 9 July 2015. Any submissions received after the exact time specified for receipt is considered late and will be processed in accordance with FAR 15.208 Submission, Modification, Revision, and Withdrawal of Proposals. Any questions concerning submissions should be directed to Andrew Page at (912) 652-5900. No hand carried submissions will be accepted. All submissions must be addressed to: DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY SAVANNAH DISTRICT, CORPS OF ENGINEERS CESAS-EN-E, Ms Adrienne Chambers 100 W. OGLETHORPE AVENUE SAVANNAH, GA 31401-3640 ****PERSONAL VISITS for the purpose of DISCUSSING this announcement WILL NOT BE SCHEDULED. THIS is NOT a REQUEST for a PROPOSAL.

Construction Management Services - Small Business Set-Aside

Department of the Army, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers | Published June 26, 2015  -  Deadline July 27, 2015
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Indefinite Delivery Contract for Construction Management Services Technical Point of Contracts: Alan Barrow (912-652-5244 or alan.d.barrow@usace.army.mil); Ken Gray (912-652-5095 or kenneth.f.gray@usace.army.mil); Taylor Wimberly (912-652-5004 or taylor.wimberly@usace.army.mil). Questions concerning subcontracting plan: Leila Hollis at 912-652-5340 or email: leila.hollis@usace.army.mil; and Contractual Questions to: Sabrina Bastine at 912-652-5943 or email: sabrina.bastine@usace.army.mil; Questions concerning SF330; Cleveland Harding at 912-652-5556 or email: cleveland.i.harding@usace.army.mil. ***** 1. CONTRACT INFORMATION: This announcement is 100% set-aside for Small Businesses only. The Savannah District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers requires the services of Architect-Engineer (A-E) firms for a minimum of one and a maximum of two, Indefinite Delivery Contracts (IDC) for Construction Management Services. These contracts are being procured in accordance with the Brooks A-E Act, as implemented in FAR Subpart 36.6. Firms will be selected for negotiations based on demonstrated competence for the required work. Offerors are cautioned to read this announcement in its entirety. The contracts awarded as a result of this announcement will be administered by the Savannah District for use on projects under its jurisdiction and, if requested, for other Corps of Engineers District s within the South Atlantic Division - Area of Responsibility (SAD-AOR). Contracts may be issued up to one year after selection approval. Typically, the contracts will consist of a 3 year base with a 2 year option period for a total of five years maximum. The total amount of the contracts over the five-year ordering period may not exceed $8,000,000. Task Orders will be primarily for Construction Management Services. These task orders are firm fixed price. These task orders are firm fixed price. Projects to be assigned are not yet determined and funds are not presently available. Assignment of individual task orders to the contracts with identical scopes of work will be based on the following factors: (1) Performance and quality of deliverables under the current IDC, (2) Current capacity of the firm to accomplish the task order in the required time, and (3) Equitable distribution of work among identical contracts. The North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) is 541330 with a size standard of $15 million. The firm must be capable of responding to and working on multiple task orders concurrently. To be eligible for contract award, a firm must be registered in the System for Award Management (SAM). Register via the SAM Internet at http://www.fsd.gov or by contacting the SAM Customer Service Desk at 1-866-606-8220. Notice Organizational Conflict of Interest. The work to be performed may create an actual or potential organizational conflict of interest on future acquisitions. Offerors should refer to FAR subpart 9.5 - ORGANIZATIONATIONAL AND CONSULTANT CONLICTS OF INTEREST. An organizational conflict of interest can arise when a contractor possesses an economic incentive that renders it unable, or potentially unable, to provide impartial assistance or advice; or an unfair competitive advantage in obtaining a contract as the result of access to nonpublic information about a competitor or procurement. When an organizational conflict of interest arises it can have serious implications for the contractor that can range from disclosure obligations to disqualification from an award. Accordingly, some restrictions on the future activities of the contractor and its subcontractors may be required. And, these restrictions may include prohibiting the contractor or its subcontractors from participating in a contract or a task order. A contractor which participates in preparing design drawings or documents for future construction contracts may be prohibited from providing CMS for that contract. However, in future procurements, the contractor or its subcontractors may request a determination of its ability to participate in a particular procurement from the Contracting Officer. Proposals submitted for procurements or services for which the contractor or its subcontractor is later determined to have an organizational conflict of interest shall be submitted at the risk of the contractor or its subcontractors. 2. PROJECT INFORMATION: Construction management services are required to support construction management activities for construction contracts at military installations throughout the Savannah District. These installations can include Ft Bragg, Ft Gordon, Ft Jackson, Ft Stewart, Ft Benning, Ft. Gillem, Moody AFB, Hunter AAF, Seymour Johnson AFB, Robins AFB, and other installations as required. Required services include a broad range of engineering and construction activities including (but not limited to) assistance and guidance to field offices, construction QA inspection and reporting, review of contract documents and shop drawings, review of NAS schedules and QC plans, and investigation and reporting of construction contractor claims. The firm selected will be required to provide personnel on site for a period of 30 days to 3 years. The maximum numbers of assignees are estimated to be 20 personnel simultaneously. No travel/per diem funds will be provided. Therefore, it is suggested that existing local staff or local hires be used to perform required services. 3. SELECTION CRITERIA: The selection criteria for this project are listed below in descending order of importance. Proposals will be evaluated on each of the criteria factors listed below. Each factor will be assigned a rating from outstanding to unsatisfactory, based on the risk to the government that the offeror will successfully perform the factor being evaluated. An overall consensus rating will be given to each submission. Award will be made to the firm determined to be most highly qualified. Factors listed below will be rated based on a relative weighting as follows: Significantly More Important - means that the factor is at least two times greater in value than another factor. More Important - means that the factor is greater in value than another factor but less than two times greater. Equal - means that the factor is of the same value or nearly the same as another factor. For this solicitation, Factor 1 (Specialized Experience and Technical Competence), and Factor 2 (Construction Management Placement Plan/Capacity) are weighted equally and each factor individually is more important than Factor 3 (Professional Qualifications of Management Personnel), Factor 4 (Past Performance), Factor 5 (Knowledge of Locality), and Factor 6 (Geographic Proximity) and significantly more important than Factor 7 (Volume of Work). Professional Qualifications, Past Performance, Knowledge of Locality, and Geographic Proximity are weighted equally and each factor individually is more important than Small Business Participation and Volume of DOD Contract Awards. Small Business Participation and Volume of DOD Contract Awards are weighted equally and will only be used as "tie-breakers" among firms that are essentially technically equal. Information on each factor should be submitted FOR THE OFFICE AND/OR EMPLOYEE PERFORMING THE WORK IN RESPONSE TO THIS ANNOUNCEMENT. It is recognized that for firms with multiple offices, a project team may be formed from personnel from more than one office. If more than one office is represented, this must be stated clearly in the work management plan and the Selection Board will consider the performance risk associated with that team not being co-located and the geographical proximity to the supported projects **** FACTOR 1 - SPECIALIZED EXPERIENCE AND TECHNICAL COMPETENCE: Specialized experience and technical competence in hiring, managing, and supervising personnel (in descending order of importance within this category): a. Construction quality assurance inspections and reporting. b. Review of construction contract documents. c. Review of contractor submittals including shop drawings. d. Review of contractor's initial NAS schedule. e. Assist in training Government personnel for analysis/evaluation of schedule updates. f. Review of contractor's quality control and accident prevention plans. g. Perform investigation and evaluation and prepare report of findings for construction contractor claims including detailed analysis of contractor schedule, for claims including time extensions. ****FACTOR 2 - CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT PLACEMENT PLAN/CAPACITY: Experience providing required personnel based on an evaluation of the firm's Construction Management Placement Plan (CMPP). The CMPP shall be presented in Section H and should include an organization chart of existing personnel and their locations. It should address management approach and specific procedures for hiring and providing highly qualified local personnel to be on site within the geographic proximity of the Savannah District military facility locations. These include Savannah, GA; Atlanta, GA; Augusta, GA; Warner Robins, GA; Valdosta, GA; Columbia, SC; Fayetteville, NC; Southport, NC; and Goldsboro, NC. The plan shall address the firm's capacity to provide staff for a period of 30 days to 3 years to accomplish multiple simultaneous task orders to include approximately $5,000,000 of work of the required type in a one year period. The evaluation will consider the experience of the firm and consultants in similar contracts, and the availability of an adequate number of personnel in key disciplines. Key disciplines in descending order of importance are civil, mechanical, electrical, scheduling, claims, structural, cost, environmental, and architecture. No travel/per diem funds will be provided. Therefore, it is suggested that existing local staff or local hires be used to perform required services. ****FACTOR 3 - PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS OF MANAGEMENT PERSONNEL: All key management personnel shall be shown on the organizational chart in Section D of SF 330. Resumes shall be provided for these key management personnel in Section E of SF 330. Resumes will address all professional qualifications of key management personnel. ****FACTOR 4 - PAST PERFORMANCE: Past performance on DOD and other contracts with respect to quality of work, compliance with performance schedules and cost control. Indication of favorable performance ratings, awards, and repeat clientele in Section H of SF 330 is recommended. Past performance will be based on CPARS/ACASS ratings and other data presented by the offeror or as determined by the Government. The evaluation of this factor will be based on the past performance information from the previous five years. ****FACTOR 5 - KNOWLEDGE OF LOCALITY: Knowledge of localities listed above as it pertains to the knowledge and experience of local and regional building codes, climatic conditions, construction industry methods, acceptable workmanship standards, and costs of construction material, labor, and equipment. ****FACTOR 6 - GEOGRAPHIC PROXIMITY: Proximity of main or branch offices to Ft Bragg, Ft Gordon, Ft Jackson, Ft Stewart, Ft Benning, Ft. Gillem, Moody AFB, Hunter AAF, Seymour Johnson AFB, and Robins AFB. ****FACTOR 7: VOLUME OF WORK: Volume of relevant Construction Management Services contract awards in the last 36 months. ****TELEPHONIC INTERVIEW. Those firms achieving the selection list will be given a telephonic interview, the results of which will be factored into the firms overall rating. The following questions will be provided for the short listed firms to provide a written and telephonic response: **Discuss three (3) important lessons learned from your example projects on your SF330 Part I that would be applicable to this contract. ***Discuss your experience, capabilities, capacity, organization, management, quality control procedures, and approach for Construction Management Services. **** 4. SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS - Interested firms having capabilities to perform this work must submit 11 hard copies of the SF330 along with a CD of the SF330. The entire submission of the SF330 must not exceed 5 Megabytes and shall be submitted as one file using Microsoft Word (.doc) or Adobe Acrobat (.pdf). Part I of the SF330 should not exceed 50 pages (8.5" x 11"), including 15 pages for Section H. Font size shall be 10 or larger. Resumes in Section E and example projects in Section F shall not exceed one page each. Please not that an Indefinite Delivery Contract (IDC) will not be considered a single project for SF330 Section F Example Projects. Indicate in Section C.11 if the prime has worked with the team members in the past five years. Section G.26, include the firm each of the key personnel is associated. FIRMS MUST INCLUDE THE DUNS NUMBER FOR THE OFFICE PERFORMING THE WORK IN SECTION B.5 OF THE SF330. Cover letters and extraneous materials (brochures, etc.) will not be considered. Submissions are to be received in this office by July 27, 2015, no later than 4:00 p.m. EST. Any submissions received after the exact time specified for receipt is considered late and will be processed in accordance with FAR 15.208 Submission, Modification, Revision, and Withdrawal of Proposals. Any questions concerning submissions should be directed to Sabrina Bastine at (912) 652-5943. No hand carried submissions will be accepted. All submissions must be addressed to: DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY SAVANNAH DISTRICT, CORPS OF ENGINEERS CESAS-EN-E, Ms Adrienne Chambers 100 W. OGLETHORPE AVENUE SAVANNAH, GA 31401-3640 Questions concerning submissions should be directed to Adrienne Chambers at (912) 652-5228. PERSONAL VISITS FOR THE PURPOSE OF DISCUSSING this ANNOUNCEMENT WILL NOT BE SCHEDULED. THIS IS NOT A REQUEST FOR A PROPOSAL. ***

Y--Fort Bragg General Construction and Design-Build SATOC

Department of the Army, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers | Published August 4, 2014  -  Deadline September 3, 2014
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SYNOPSIS, Fort Bragg SATOC for General Construction. Two-Phase Design-Build Single Award Task Order Contract (SATOC) for Construction type task orders. Task orders issued under this SATOC are anticipated to require performance of work in the South Atlantic Division (SAD). This acquisition is being offered as a HUBZone Set Aside. The life of the basic contract is for a base period of two (2) years and three (3) one year options. The contractor which successfully receives an award will have a total contract capacity of $95M. The Government will use a best value Two-Phase Design-Build selection procedures in accordance with Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) Part 36.301. The order limitation of task orders shall range between $500K and $5M. Task orders issued under this SATOC will be firm-fixed price. All other resultant task orders may include options. Description of work: Task orders placed under this SATOC shall be that of a design-build construction or construction only nature. Work is not solely restricted to repairs, renovations, alterations, and/or additions, but may also include new construction. Evaluation Criteria: The Government will use a Performance Price Trade-off (PPT) evaluation process in rendering the best value decision for award of this contract. Only that offeror whose proposal provides the best overall value will be awarded the contract with a minimum guarantee of $2,500.00. The evaluation factors and their relative importance for this solicitation and evaluation process are as follows: PHASE I: Non-cost Factors: FACTOR 1: PAST PERFORMANCE/EXPERIENCE: This factor is more important than Factor 2. FACTOR 2: FACTOR 2: DESIGN EXPERIENCE: This factor is less important than Factor 1. PHASE II: FACTOR 3: TECHNICAL APPROACH: This factor is equal in importance to FACTOR 1 (Past Performance) and more important than FACTOR 2 (Design Experience). Price is LESS important than the Technical Factors. Price: All non-cost factors, when combined, are more important than Price. Award will be made to the Offeror whose technical submittal and price proposal contain the combination of criteria requested which offers the best overall value to the Government. Proposals shall include sufficient detailed information to allow complete evaluation. The Government reserves the right to reject any and all offers. Offerors are reminded that while the Government may elect to consider data obtained from other sources, the burden of proof of acceptability rests with the Offeror. This solicitation will be issued in electronic format only. Paper copies of this solicitation will not be available. Other methods of requesting a package will not be honored. This solicitation is anticipated to be available on or about 16 September 2014. Note: The Response Date referenced under General Information does not refer to the PROPOSAL DUE DATE. Information on the PROPOSAL DUE DATE will be stated in the solicitation. Offerors must register in the System for Award Management (SAM) at www.sam.gov. After completing SAM, contractors and their subcontractors must register at www.fbo.gov in order to download RFP documents. Contractors with existing FedTeds logins should be able to use their existing logins. In order to locate this solicitation, Contractors can go to FedBizOpps and search for the solicitation number at www.fbo.gov Contractors can register to be put on a plan holders list that others can access through the FedBizOpps site. It is the Offerors responsibility to check the Internet address provided as necessary for any posted changes to this solicitation and all amendments.

Z--Fort Bragg MATOC for Airfield Maintenance, Repair and Construction

Department of the Army, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers | Published September 29, 2015  -  Deadline January 5, 2015
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Additional Multiple Award Task Order Contract (MATOC) Pool members include: W912HN-15-R-0024- Cutting Edge Concrete Services Inc. (DUNS-837731314) Address: 18020 Nationals Trails Hwy Oro Grande, CA 92368-9593 W912HN-15-R-0026- Sand Point Services, LLC (DUNS-828479688) Address: 615 E. 82nd Ave Ste. 200 Anchorage, AK, 99518-3159 W912HN-15-R-0027- Summers Concrete Contracting, Inc. (DUNS-957353931) Address: 5538 Coppage Hahira, GA, 31632-3446 W912HN-15-R-0028- Trend Construction (DUNS-145922550) Address: 1826 N Alafaya Trl Ste. 100 Orlando, FL, 32826-4703

Construction Management Services

Department of the Army, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers | Published August 9, 2016
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Construction Managmenet Services

Department of the Army, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers | Published August 4, 2016
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Fort Benning SATOC for General Construction

Department of the Army, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers | Published October 16, 2015  -  Deadline December 18, 2013
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Operation, Maintenance, Minor Construction, & Repair, of the Hartwell Project

Department of the Army, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers | Published April 13, 2015
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Y--SATOC for Georgia and South Carolina, Lakes and Dams, General Construction or Design-Build

Department of the Army, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers | Published September 25, 2015  -  Deadline September 3, 2014
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Southeast Georgia/Fort Gordon SATOC

Department of the Army, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers | Published March 27, 2015
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Single Award Task Order Contract (SATOC) for General Construction and Design/Build Construction is intended to provide rapid response for: new construction, upgrades, maintenance or repair of situations relating, but not limited to, site work, interior/exterior finishes, architectural woodwork, electrical, mechanical, plumbing, structural and fire suppression system of Government facilities in a cost effective manner. Work requiring the use of civil funds is not allowed. Work may include, but not be limited to: 1.2. General Construction: 1.2.1. New construction, renovation, repair and/or upgrades of all permanent structures to include but not be limited to: interior/exterior finishes (floors, ceilings, doors, windows, paint, siding, etc.), architectural woodwork (molding, cabinets, etc.), electrical systems (conduit, wire, breakers, panels, transformers, emergency generators, interior/exterior high and low voltage electrical power lines, interior/exterior lights, emergency shut offs, lighting protection, etc.), mechanical systems (HVAC instrumentation & controls, HVAC control systems, commissioning, decommissioning, retro-commissioning, total building commissioning, gas lines, insulation, acoustical systems, underground high temperature lines, boilers, chillers & chilled water distribution systems, variable frequency controls on HVAC systems, etc.), plumbing systems (sanitary sewer, domestic water lines, backflow preventers, pumps, water coolers, etc.), fire suppression systems (fire alarm systems, sprinkler system, etc.), communication systems (mass notification system, IT lines, telephone & data lines, etc.), renewable energy systems (solar panels, ground source heat pumps, etc.), roofing systems (various roof types, gutters, downspouts, flashing, fascia, soffit, etc.), structural systems, fencing, gates, conduit and cables for security systems, Anti-Terrorism Force Protection systems (site layout, security design, building construction, threat development, level of protection, design constraints and communications, etc.) and the necessary appurtenances to consider the structure complete and usable. Other Construction: 1.3.1. New construction, renovation, repairs and/or upgrades of highways, roads, streets, airport runways, concrete aprons & pads, sidewalks, decorative pavers, athletic/recreational surfaces, landscaping & irrigations systems, seeding/sodding, detection loops, pedestrian bridges, highway bridges (bridges that do not span over major waterways), parking lots, traffic lines/markings/signs. Work can also include the following, but not be limited to: site preparation, earthwork, grading, excavation & filling, clearing & grubbing, surveying, traffic & signalization and traffic studies. Storm water management, storm drainage systems and erosion control. Incidental Work: 1.4.1. Work incidental to the tasks performed in any of the above paragraphs shall be include, but is not limited to demolition, carpentry, lighting, and similar minor electrical work that may be required to provide a complete, safe and usable facility during and after the course of roofing, mechanical, plumbing or painting services. 1.4.1.1. Damage such as ceiling replacement, painting and carpet cleaning as a result of roof leaks. 1.4.1.2. Lead, asbestos and mold remediation work incidental to renovation work. 1.4.1.3. Surface deterioration incidental to interior/exterior repairs such as patching drywall, replacing siding, trim work, etc. 1.4.1.4. Relocating furniture, workstations, etc incidental to construction. 1.4.1.5. Testing, reports and surveys associated with new construction, renovation, repairs and/or upgrades and additions to buildings (including lead and asbestos), structures, roads (including traffic/pedestrian patterns).

Maintenance Dredging of Savannah and Brunswick entrance channels

Department of the Army, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers | Published July 1, 2016
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HIS NOTICE IS POSTED FOR INFORMATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY: THIS OPPORTUNITY IS AVAILABLE ONLY TO THE FOLLOWING CONTRACTORS: Orion Marine Construction (W912EP-13-D-0003); Cavache, Inc. (W912EP-13-D-0004); Cashman Dredging & Marine Contracting (W912EP-13-D-0005); Cottrell Contracting Corporation (W912EP-13-D-0006); Great Lakes Dredge & Dock Company, LLC (W912EP-13-D-0007); Dutra Dredging Company (W912EP-13-D-0008); Marinex Construction, Inc. (W912EP-13-D-0009); Norfolk Dredging Company (W912EP-13-D-0010); Mike Hooks, Inc. (W912EP-13-D-0011); Weeks Marine, Inc. (W912EP-13-D-0012); Southern Dredging Co., Inc. (W912EP-13-D-0013); Manson Construction Company (W912EP-13-D-0014); C. F. Bean LLC (W912EP-13-D-0015) PROPOSALS WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED FROM ANY ENTITY OTHER THAN THE PREVIOUSLY LISTED FIRMS INCLUDED IN THE Group 4 MATOC Pool. DESCRIPTION OF WORK: Project work consists of Maintenance Dredging of Savannah and Brunswick entrance channels. Magnitude of construction is between $10,000,000.00 and $25,000,000.00. The Savannah District Corps of maintenance dredging of the Savannah and Brunswick Entrance Channels shall require dredging approximately 2 to 3 million cubic yards of maintenance material from the entrance channels of Savannah and Brunswick Harbors. The required dredging window will be 1 December through 31 March for Savannah Harbor Entrance Channel and 15 December through 31 March for Brunswick Harbor Entrance Channel. Hopper dredge(s) will be required for the work. The request for proposal will be issued on or about 15 July 2016 and proposals will be due on or about 15 August 2016. The award of the task order will be made on the basis of Lowest Price Technical Acceptable (LPTA).Request for proposal will contain submission requirements. The request for proposal will be issued in electronic format only and will be posted on the Federal Business Opportunities (FBO) website. In order to receive notification of any amendments, firms must REGISTER TO RECEIVE NOTIFICATION on the Federal Business Opportunities website at http://www.fedbizopps.gov/. If you are not registered, the Government is not responsible with providing you with notification of any changes to this solicitation. NAICS Code 237990, size standard $27.5 million.

Construct Air National Guard C-130 Squadron Operations Facility

Department of the Army, National Guard Bureau | Published March 21, 2016
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SAVANNAH GA MPO - HVAC Systems and Controls Upgrade

United States Postal Service, Facilities Purchasing | Published October 15, 2015  -  Deadline November 10, 2015
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The United States Postal Service (USPS) plans to issue a Firm Fixed Price Contract for the HVAC Systems Upgrades at the Savannah Main Office located at 2 N Fahm St in Savannah GA 31401-9351. All work will be done in accordance with USPS approved specifications and drawings. The construction performance time for this project is 330 calendar days from Notice to Proceed. PROPOSAL: Contractors will be required to submit a Qualification Statement/Package (Attachment 24), a Management/Technical Plan (Attachment 12) and their Price Proposal. To be considered, a company must meet the following minimum requirements as shown in the Qualification Statement/Package (Attachment 24): Background, Eligibility, Certification and Affirmation, Bonding Information, Financial Capability, and Safety. The Postal Service is more concerned with making an award at the lowest overall price than with obtaining superior technical or management features. However, the Postal Service may not necessarily make an award at the lowest price in order to achieve a small price savings if better value can be achieved with superior technical or management features. The benefits of a higher priced proposal may merit a higher price. Scope of Work: A. The Contractor must provide all material, labor, tools, supplies, equipment, transportation, superintendence, temporary construction of every nature or type, and all other services and facilities necessary to complete the demolition and replacement of the 7 air handling units (AHUs), associated insulated ducting, 2 gas-fired heating high-efficiency hot water heating boilers and AHUs to the existing heating hot water distribution system, electrical power per the electrical plans for the HVAC equipment, motors & service outlets & interior service lighting, new VFD fan drive/controllers, 2 new water high efficiency water cooled water chillers and connected insulated chilled water piping and valves, chilled water and one condenser water pump, new electric control valve operators and new BAC-netbased building automation system (BAS) controls at the Main Post Office (MPO) Savannah postal facility of the U.S. Postal Service, including all incidental work described in the contract documents. SOLICITATION: The solicitation package is attached to this posting. The solicitation package will be divided into seven parts: 1) Specifications, 2) Drawings 1 of 3, 3) Drawings 2 of 3, 4) Drawings 3 of 3, 5) Solicitation, 6) Return Package, and 7) Lead Paint Survey. QUESTIONS SHOULD BE DIRECTED TO: Sharon Russell, Sharon.j.russell@usps.gov. Deadline for questions is noon on November 9, 2015. There will be no public opening of offers. All proposal information received is CONFIDENTIAL until award of a contract. Upon award, the name of the successful offeror and the amount of the contract will be released as public information. The names of the offerors and the amount of their offers will not be released as public information. This information is exempt from disclosure under the Freedom of Information Act, Exception 4.

Indefinite Delivery Contract Primarily for Civil Works Projects

Department of the Army, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers | Published November 3, 2015  -  Deadline December 8, 2015
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Indefinite Delivery Contracts Primarily for Civil Works Projects Technical Point of Contract: Cleveland Harding at 912-652-5556 or email: cleveland.i.harding@usace.army.mil; Questions concerning subcontracting plan: Leila Hollis at 912-652-5340 or email: leila.hollis@usace.army.mil; and Contractual Questions to: Sabrina Bastine at 912-652-5943 or email: Sabrina.Bastine @usace.army.mil; Questions concerning SF330 Cleveland Harding at 912-652-5556 or email: cleveland.i.harding@usace.army.mil; 1. CONTRACT INFORMATION: a) The Savannah District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers requires the services of Architect-Engineer (A-E) firms for a maximum of two multidiscipline Indefinite Delivery Contract (IDC) for civil works projects. This contract is being procured in accordance with the Selection of Architects and Engineers, as implemented in FAR Subpart 36.6. All Architects and Engineers (A-E), including subcontractors, are cautioned to review the restrictions of FAR 9.5 Organizational and Consultant Conflicts of Interest and 36.209 - Construction Contracts with Architect-Engineer Firms. All Architects and Engineers (A-E) are cautioned to review the restrictions of FAR 9.5 Organizational and Consultant Conflicts of Interest and 36.209 - Construction Contracts with Architect-Engineer Firms. Any A-E that prepares a Design-Build Request for Proposal for a particular project will be restricted from participating in any contract or task order for the Design-Build of that particular project. Firms will be selected for negotiations based on demonstrated competence for the required work. The contracts awarded as a result of this announcement will be administered by Savannah District for use on projects under its jurisdiction and if requested other Corps of Engineers Districts within the South Atlantic Division. This contracts may also be used by other Corps of Engineer Districts within CONUS and Hawaii if requested. The two contract awards will be for one basic ordering period (three years) and one option period (two years) with a total contract limit of five years or $10,000,000 each for a total of $20,000,000. Work will be issued by negotiated firm-fixed price task orders. Task Orders will be primarily for civil works projects. Assignment of individual task orders to the contracts with identical scopes of work will be based on the following factors: (1) Performance and quality of deliverables under the current IDC, and (2) Current capacity of the firm to accomplish the task order in the required time. The North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) 541330 size standard $15 million. This announcement is open to all businesses regardless of size. Small businesses are encouraged to team with other businesses. The firm must be capable of responding to and working on multiple task orders concurrently. Large business firms that intend to do any subcontracting must convey their intent to meet the minimum small business recommendations on the SF 330, Section C, by identifying subcontracting opportunities with small business. If selected, the large business offeror will be required to submit a Small Business Subcontracting Plan in accordance with FAR 52.219-9 and DFARS 219.7004 as part of the Request for Proposal package. The following subcontracting percentages represents the Savannah District small business targets. Of the subcontracted work, 50% of the work would go to small business; 17% to small disadvantaged business (a composite of small business); 18% to women-owned business (a composite of small business); 10% to HUBZone small business (a composite of small business); 4% to service-disabled veteran-owned small business (a composite of small business and veteran-owned small business); and 8.5% to Veteran-owned small business (a composite of small business). The small business subcontracting plan will be evaluated in accordance with AFAR 19.7, Appendix DD. The plan is not required with this submittal, but will be required with the fee proposal of the firm selected for negotiations. To be eligible for contract award, a firm must be registered in the System for Award Management (SAM). Register via the SAM Internet site at http://www.fsd.gov or by contacting the SAM Customer Service Desk at 1-866-606-8220. 2. PROJECT INFORMATION: The primary purpose and majority of work will focus in the area of Civil Works. More specifically, Hydrology and Hydraulic studies, along with water quality and environmental modeling, monitoring, and other environmental services will account for a significant portion of the work. Work may consist of preparation of reports, studies, master planning, project planning, design criteria, preparation of drawings and specifications, commissioning, cost estimates, and other general A-E services for multi-disciplined new construction and renovation projects for military and other government agencies. The work may also consists of the design of new vertical construction on facilities commonly found at military installations (barracks, dining facilities, offices, training facilities, equipment maintenance facilities, labs, etc.) as well as horizontal construction projects (airfields, roads, ranges, etc.). Work may consist of completing the designs of Center of Standardization projects. The firm may be required to provide construction phase, commissioning and other services that may include preparation of operation and maintenance manuals, shop drawing review, and commissioning/start-up/fit-up design support. All design must comply with the Savannah District Design Manual. All designs will be developed using Building Information Modeling (BIM) where required. CADD drawing files delivered in MicroStation DGN or Autodesk DWG format as determined per task order. All drawing files will be developed using the AEC Standard, as supplemented by the Savannah District instructions. The standards include naming convention, file and directory structure, line weights, levels, and color. Specifications will be produced in SpecsIntact using the Unified Facilities Guide Specifications (UFGS). Responses to Government review comments will be provided on the Corps of Engineers Design Review and Checking System (DrChecks). 3. SELECTION CRITERIA: The selection criteria for this project are listed below in descending order of importance. Submissions will be evaluated on each of the criteria factors listed below. Each factor will be assigned a rating from outstanding to unsatisfactory, based on the risk to the government that the offeror will successfully perform the factor being evaluated. An overall consensus rating will be given to each submission. Award will be made to the firm determined to be most highly qualified. Factors listed below will be rated based on a relative weighting as follows: Significantly More Important - means that the factor is at least two times greater in value than another factor. More Important - means that the factor is greater in value than another factor but less than two times greater. Equal - means that the factor is of the same value or nearly the same as another factor. For this solicitation, Factor 1 (Specialized Experience and Technical Competence) and Factor 2 (Key Personnel) are weighted equally and each factor individually is more important than the combination of Factor 3 (Past Performance), Factor 4 (Work Management) and Factor 5 (Knowledge of Locality) and significantly more important than the combination of Factor 6 (Small Business Participation) and Factor 7 (Volume of DoD Contract Awards). Factor 3 Past Performance, Factor 4 Work Management and Factor 5 Knowledge of Locality are weighted equally and each factor individually is more important than the combination of Factor 6 Small Business Participation and Factor 7 Volume of DoD Contract Awards. Factor 6 Small Business Participation and Factor 7 Volume of DoD Contract Awards are weighted equally and will only be used as *tiebreakers* among firms that are essentially technically equal. Information on each factor should be submitted FOR THE OFFICE AND/OR EMPLOYEE PERFORMING THE WORK IN RESPONSE TO THIS ANNOUNCEMENT. It is recognized that for firms with multiple offices, a project team may be formed from personnel from more than one office. If more than one office is represented, this must be stated clearly in the work management plan and the Selection Board will consider the performance risk associated with that team not being co-located and the geographical proximity to the supported projects. **** FACTOR 1 - SPECIALIZED EXPERIENCE AND TECHNICAL COMPETENCE. Specialized experience and technical competence in (in descending order of importance within this category): a. Development and calibration of hydrodynamic and water quality models in an estuarine environment; b. Hydrologic & Hydraulic Modeling in a riverine environment; c. Design of new or rehabilitation of existing Civil Works facilities; d. Design of new or rehabilitation of Military facilities or utility systems of various types, sizes, and complexities; e. Cost engineering using MCACES; f. Sustainable design utilizing LEED rating tools; g. Application of Anti-Terrorist/Force Protection criteria; h. Preparation of the development of the technical information for design-build Request for Proposals; i. Construction phase services including shop drawing review and preparation of O&M manuals; j. Building Information Modeling (BIM) using Bentley BIM software and REVIT using Autodesk software. Technical competence will be judged based on a minimum of satisfactory performance and experience of the firm and its design team, longevity and previous working relationships among the working parties on similar projects, and most recent firm and employee history of experience on similar projects. **** FACTOR 2 - KEY PERSONNEL. All key personnel for whom resumes are provided shall be shown on the organizational chart in Section D of SF 330. Additional staff available for work on this contract shall be indicated on the chart by numbers. Resumes shall be provided for qualified professional personnel in Section E of SF 330 in the numbers indicated in parenthesis (17 total resumes) and in the following key disciplines (in descending order of importance within this category based on the primary focus of the contract), that are required to be licensed, registered, and/or certified: hydrologic & hydraulic Engineer (2), civil engineer (2), geotechnical engineer (1), structural engineer (1), architect (1), mechanical engineer (1), electrical engineer (1), fire protection engineer (1), land surveyor (1), and certified industrial hygienist (1). Resumes shall be provided for other key personnel as follows: project manager (2), interior designer (1), cost estimator (1), and landscape architect (1). Registration/certification for all is encouraged. The fire protection engineer must be either: an engineer having a BS or MS degree in fire protection engineering, from an accredited university engineering program, plus a minimum of 5 years work experience in fire protection engineering; or, a registered PE who has passed the NCEE fire protection engineering written exam; or a registered PE in a related engineering discipline with a minimum of 5 years' experience dedicated to fire protection engineering. Other personnel should be shown on the organizational chart by discipline in the total number available for utilization on task orders assigned under this contract. Show lines of responsibility and communication between project team leaders and team members. The evaluation of all key personnel will consider education, training, registration, overall and relevant experience, and longevity with the firm. **** FACTOR 3 - PAST PERFORMANCE. Past performance on DoD and other contracts with respect to quality of work, compliance with design schedules and project cost estimating control. Indication of favorable performance ratings, awards, and repeat clientele in Section H of SF 330 is recommended. Past performance will be based on ACASS ratings and other data presented by the offeror or as determined by the Government. The evaluation of this factor will be based on the past performance information from the previous five years. **** FACTOR 4 - WORK MANAGEMENT. A proposed management plan shall be presented in Section H of SF 330. The plan will be judged on experience producing quality designs based on an evaluation of the firm's design quality management plan. The design quality management plan should include an organization chart in Section D of SF 330 and briefly address the management approach, team organization, quality control procedures, project cost estimating control and design schedule control, coordination of in-house disciplines and consultants, and prior relationships of the prime firm and any of their significant consultants on similar projects. The SF 330 shall clearly indicate the primary office where the work will be performed and the staffing at this office. Any work not done out of the primary office shall be addressed within this work management plan. Address the firm's capacity and necessary experience to perform five simultaneous $500,000 task orders in a 180-day period. **** FACTOR 5 - KNOWLEDGE OF LOCALITY. Knowledge of locality as it pertains to design and construction methods of Civil Works and military projects in the geographic area where the majority of the work (Savannah District area of responsibility) is anticipated to be accomplished. **** FACTOR 6 - SMALL BUSINESS PARTICIPATION. Degree of participation of all types' small business as prime contractor, subcontractor, or joint venture partner. ALL OFFERORS (except small businesses) who plan to subcontract portions of the work are required to provide a narrative discussion of their plan for utilization of small and small disadvantaged businesses. As a minimum, the narrative shall discuss: a. Goals for subcontracting acting with small and small disadvantaged businesses in sufficient detail to allow government evaluators to determine that these goals are realistic, justifiable, positive, and in accordance with the government's policy to maximize opportunities for these types of businesses. b. The extent to which small disadvantaged businesses, and where appropriate, historically black colleges and universities/ minority institution s (HBCU/ MI) have been identified for participation as part of the offeror's team. c. The offeror's past and present commitment to providing subcontracting opportunities and encouragement to small and small disadvantaged businesses. **** FACTOR 7 - VOLUME OF WORK. Volume of DOD contract awards in the last 12 months. **** TELEPHONIC INTERVIEW. Those firms achieving the selection list will be given a telephonic interview the results of which will be factored into the firms overall rating. The following questions will be provided for the short listed firms to provide a written and telephonic response: ** Discuss three important lessons learned from your example projects on your SF 330 Part I that would be applicable to this contract. ** Discuss your quality control procedures that ensure the proper coordination of disciplines and the development of the best design solution the first time. ** Describe your firm's approach for involving the facility users, USACE, etc. in the design process. **** 4. SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS. Interested firms having capabilities to perform this work must submit 11 hard copies of the SF330 along with a CD of the SF330. The entire submission of the SF 330 must not exceed 5 Megabytes and shall be submitted as one file using Microsoft Word (.doc) or Adobe Acrobat (.pdf). Part I of the SF 330 should not exceed 50 pages, including 15 pages for Section H. Font size shall be 10 or larger. Resumes in Section E and example projects in Section F shall not exceed one page each. Please note that an Indefinite Delivery Contract (IDC) will not be considered a single project for SF330 Section F Example Projects. Indicate in Section C.11 if the prime has worked with the team members in the past five years. In Section G.26, include the firm each of the key personnel is associated. FIRMS MUST INCLUDE THE DUNS NUMBER FOR THE OFFICE OF THE FIRM PERFORMING THE WORK IN SECTION B.5 OF THE SF 330. Cover letters and extraneous materials (brochures, etc.) will not be considered. **Submissions must be received in this office by December 08, 2015 4:00 PM EST. Any submissions received after the exact time specified for receipt is considered late and will be processed in accordance with FAR 15.208 Submission, Modification, Revision, and Withdrawal of Proposals. Any questions concerning submissions should be directed to Sabrina Bastine at (912) 652-5943. All submissions must be addressed: DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY SAVANNAH DISTRICT, CORPS OF ENGINEERS CESAS-EN-E, Ms Adrienne Chambers 100 W. OGLETHORPE AVENUE SAVANNAH, GEORGIA 31401-3640 Questions concerning submissions should be directed to Adrienne Chambers at (912) 652-5228. NO HAND CARRIED SUBMISSIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED. PERSONAL VISITS FOR DISCUSSING THIS ANNOUNCEMENT WILL NOT BE SCHEDULED.

MATOC TBUP

Department of the Army, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers | Published October 21, 2015
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This is a notice of the Government's intent to issue a Small Business Set-Aside solicitation for the purpose of awarding an Indefinite Delivery Contract type Multiple Award Task Order Contract (MATOC) with a total capacity of $245M. This MATOC is for a Two-Phase Design/Build General Construction for Trainee Barracks Upgrade Projects (TBUP) Primarily at Fort Gordon, GA. The awarded contracts will be for a base period of two years with three (3) one-year option periods. Task orders issued under these MATOCs will be firm-fixed price. Work will primarily be performed at Fort Gordon, GA but may also be performed within the South Atlantic Division Area of Operations (North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Alabama, and Mississippi). Up to eight (8) offerors may be selected from Phase I for Phase II competition. Up to five (5) awards will be made from Phase II. The awarded contracts will be for a base period of two (2) years, plus three (3), one year Option periods. Task orders issued under the MATOC will be firm-fixed price. All MATOC awardees will be given fair opportunity to compete for each task order. Description of Work (MATOC): The work under this contract will primarily be limited to construction of TBUPs including but not limited to: rehabilitation, building additions, maintenance or repair of situations relating, site work, mechanical systems, plumbing, utility systems, structural, architectural, electrical, HVAC, instrumentation, security and safety areas of barracks or administrative facilities in a cost effective manner; under FSC: Z2FC. Evaluation Criteria: The Government will use a Best Value Trade off evaluation process in rendering the best value decision for award of this contract. Only those offerors whose proposals provide the best overall value to the Government will be selected for award to the MATOC pool. The evaluation factors and their relative importance for this solicitation and evaluation process are as follows: Non-cost Factors: RELATIVE IMPORTANCE OF FACTORS for Phase I: FACTOR 1: PAST PERFORMANCE. This factor is more important than Factor 2. FACTOR 2: DESIGN EXPERIENCE. This factor is less important than Factor 1. RELATIVE IMPORTANCE OF FACTORS for Phase II: FACTOR 3 (Design Technical - Building Function and Aesthetics) will be equal in importance tomFACTOR 1 (Past Performance) and both are more important than FACTOR 2 (Design Experience) and FACTOR 4 (Design Technical Approach - Quality of Building Systems). FACTOR 4 - (Design Technical Approach - Quality of Building Systems) is more important than FACTOR 2 (Design Experience). PRICE: All evaluation factors, other than price, when combined are significantly more important than PRICE This solicitation will be issued in electronic format only. Paper copies of this solicitation will not be available. Other methods of requesting a package will not be honored. This solicitation is anticipated to be available approximately November 6, 2015. NOTE: The Response Date referenced under General Information does not refer to the PROPOSAL DUE DATE. Information on the PROPOSAL DUE DATE will be stated in the solicitation. NOTE: Any prospective Offeror must first register in the System for Award Management (SAM) at www.sam.gov. After completing SAM registration, interested Contractors and their subcontractors must then register at https://www.fbo.gov in order to obtain solicitation documents, plans and specifications for this solicitation. Contractors that have an existing FedTeds account should be able to use their existing logins to search for the solicitation number once it is released at www.fedbizopps.gov. Contractors can register to be put on a plan holders list that others can access through the Fed Biz Ops site. It is the Offeror's responsibility to check the Internet address provided as necessary for any amendments that may be posted to this solicitation.

HVAC SYSTEMS UPGRADE - SAVANNAH MAIN OFFICE - SAVANNAH GA

United States Postal Service, Facilities Purchasing | Published July 8, 2015  -  Deadline August 7, 2015
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The United States Postal Service (USPS) plans to issue a Firm Fixed Price Contract for the HVAC Systems Upgrades at the Savannah Main Office located at 2 N Fahm St in Savannah GA 31401-9351. All work will be done in accordance with USPS approved specifications and drawings. The construction performance time for this project is 330 calendar days from Notice to Proceed. PROPOSAL: Contractors will be required to submit a Qualification Statement/Package (Attachment 24), a Management/Technical Plan (Attachment 12) and their Price Proposal. To be considered, a company must meet the following minimum requirements as shown in the Qualification Statement/Package (Attachment 24): Background, Eligibility, Certification and Affirmation, Bonding Information, Financial Capability, and Safety. Pre-qualified contractors will be placed on a list for inclusion in future solicitations in this area with similar scopes of work. There is no guarantee that a specific number of solicitations will be issued to these pre-qualified contractors. The Postal Service is more concerned with making an award at the lowest overall price than with obtaining superior technical or management features. However, the Postal Service may not necessarily make an award at the lowest price in order to achieve a small price savings if better value can be achieved with superior technical or management features. The benefits of a higher priced proposal may merit a higher price. Scope of Work: A. The Contractor must provide all material, labor, tools, supplies, equipment, transportation, superintendence, temporary construction of every nature or type, and all other services and facilities necessary to complete the demolition and replacement of the 7 air handling units (AHUs), associated insulated ducting, 2 gas-fired heating high-efficiency hot water heating boilers and AHUs to the existing heating hot water distribution system, electrical power per the electrical plans for the HVAC equipment, motors & service outlets & interior service lighting, new VFD fan drive/controllers, 2 new water high efficiency water cooled water chillers and connected insulated chilled water piping and valves, chilled water and one condenser water pump, new electric control valve operators and new BAC-netbased building automation system (BAS) controls at the Main Post Office (MPO) Savannah postal facility of the U.S. Postal Service, including all incidental work described in the contract documents. SOLICITATION: The solicitation package is attached to this posting. The solicitation package will be divided into seven parts: 1) Specifications, 2) Drawings 1 of 3, 3) Drawings 2 of 3, 4) Drawings 3 of 3, 5) Solicitation, 6) Return Package, and 7) Lead Paint Survey. QUESTIONS SHOULD BE DIRECTED TO: Sharon Russell, Sharon.j.russell@usps.gov. Deadline for questions is noon on August 6, 2015. There will be no public opening of offers. All proposal information received is CONFIDENTIAL until award of a contract. Upon award, the name of the successful offeror and the amount of the contract will be released as public information. The names of the offerors and the amount of their offers will not be released as public information. This information is exempt from disclosure under the Freedom of Information Act, Exception 4.

Company Operations Facilities (COF) & Special Operations Forces (SOF) at Hunter Army Airfield, GA

Department of the Army, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers | Published December 29, 2015
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The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Savannah District intends to issue a Request for Proposal (RFP) W912HN-16-R-0008 for the design, demolition and construction of the Company Operations Facilities (COF) for the Special Operation Forces (SOF) Headquarters and Headquarters Company (HHC), Communications Unit, Medical & Physical Therapy Unit, Chaplin, Judge Advocate General (JAG), and Family Readiness Group (FRG) assigned to the 3/160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (SOAR). The construction issued under this proposed single contract will require performance of work at Hunter Army Airfield, Georgia. Project includes administrative module, supply (readiness) module, covered concrete hardstand area, loading/service areas, information systems, fire protection and alarm systems, Intrusion Detection System (IDS) installation, and Energy Monitoring Control System (EMCS) connection. Sustainable Design and Development (SDD) and Energy Policy Act of 2005 (EPAct05) features will be provided. Supporting facilities include site development, utilities and connections, lighting, paving, parking, walks, curbs and gutters, storm drainage, information systems, landscaping and signage. Heating and air conditioning will be provided by self-contained system. Measures in accordance with the Department of Defense (DOD) Minimum Antiterrorism for Buildings standards will be provided. Comprehensive building and furnishings related interior design services are required. This will be a competitive acquisition for the award of a design-build C-type contract. The project will be set aside for small business concerns and will use a Two-Phase Design-Build process in accordance with FAR Part 36.3. Only one award will be made from this solicitation to the Offeror whose proposal represents the best overall value. In Phase I, the Government will evaluate proposals for performance capability of the Offerors, and will select up to five (5) of the most highly qualified Offerors to participate in Phase II. In Phase II, proposals will be evaluated for both technical capability and price. Only those Offeror's who receive a written notification from the Savannah District Contracting Officer will move forward to participate in Phase II, and will be provided the technical requirements package. For Phase I, Factor 1, the requirements are Relevant Specialized Experience to include Design-Build; and Past Performance. Past Performance is more important than Relevant Specialized Experience to include Design-Build. The detailed submission requirements for Phase I will be identified in the Phase I solicitation. For Phase II, Factor 2, the requirements are Price; and Design Technical. Design Technical will consist of Building Function and Aesthetics; and Quality of Building Systems. Design Technical overall, is more important than Price. Within Design Technical, Building Function & Aesthetics is more important than Quality of Building Systems. Firms that are selected to move forward to Phase II will receive the detailed submission requirements in the Phase II solicitation. The Government may make award without discussions, so Offerors should not automatically assume they will have an opportunity to participate in discussions or be asked to submit a revised offer. The awarded contract will include base and optional CLINS. The Government shall use the total of the base and all optional CLINS as the evaluated price for making the best value decision. Options will include Overhead Protection for the COF, Paved Area for Site Development, Paved Service Yard & Access Drive, Installation of Security Equipment, and Installation of Audio Visual Equipment. The total number of calendar days for design and construction through completion shall not exceed 540 calendar days. Contract performance is 540 calendar days for the Base and Optional CLINS after Notice to Proceed for the work is issued. Exercise of options will not extend the 540 calendar day maximum contract performance time. In accordance with FAR 36.204(g) the disclosure of magnitude for this project is between $5,000,000.00 and $10,000,000.00. The Government must be able to verify your SBA certification. All interested firms, included Joint Ventures (JVs), must be approved under NAICS 236620 and have a current System for Award Management (SAM) registration at https://www.sam.gov . Firm must be able to adequately bond the project and provide evidence of capabilities to perform comparable work to include geographic span and project size. Firm must be able to execute design and construction, or have established relationship with a design firm to perform design-build, to include a formal signed teaming agreement, if applicable. The Offeror shall identify the major or critical aspects of the requirement to be performed by those identified in the Teaming Arrangement. For Offerors interested in submitting proposals as a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business, you are requested to submit the Department of Veteran Affairs (VA) Verification Letter verifying that our business has been approved as such and added to the verified Veteran business database at www.VetBiz.gov . The Phase I solicitation when posted, will be available free of charge by electronic posting at the Federal Business Opportunities Website (FedBizOps) http://www.fbo.gov . Project files are Portable Document Format (PDF) that can be viewed, navigated, or printed using Adobe Acrobat Reader. To download the Phase I solicitation, contractors are required to register at the FedBizOps website. Amendments, if/when issued, will be posted to the above referenced website for electronic downloading. This will 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. Electronic proposal submission will be required through the AMRDEC website in accordance with specific instructions that will be identified in the forthcoming Phase I solicitation. Electronic submission sent via email or facsimile will not be accepted. Hand carried proposal submission is not authorized. The AMRDEC website for registration and submission of proposals is https://safe.amrdec.army.mil/SAFE/Welcome.aspx . In accordance with FAR 52.228-1 Bid Guarantee, Offerors are required to submit and original bid bond for either 20% of the bid price, or $3M, whichever is less. Original bid bonds must be delivered by U.S. Mail by the time proposals are due, and in accordance with specific instructions that will be identified in the solicitation. It is tentatively expected that the Phase I solicitation will be issued sometime in January 2016, and the Phase II solicitation should be issued to the selected Offerors in April 2016. Actual dates will be available in the solicitation, and specific details will be identified.
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