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C--Petroleum Oil Lubricants (POL) AE Services, World Wide

Department of the Navy, Naval Facilities Engineering Command | Published March 13, 2015  -  Deadline April 16, 2015
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THERE IS NO RFP PACKAGE TO DOWNLOAD. ALL INFORMATION NEEDED TO SUBMIT FS-330 DOCUMENT IS CONTAINED HEREIN. SF 254S AND SF 255S WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED. INDEFINITE DELIVERY INDEFINITE QUANTITY contract for ARCHITECT-ENGINEERING (A/E) services for the Naval Facilities Engineering and Expeditionary Warfare Center, Port Hueneme, California. Two separate Multiple Award Contacts (MACs) will be awarded under this single solicitation: 1) A Small Business set aside for requirements within the United States and Outlying areas (Puerto Rico, Northern Mariana Islands, American Samoa, Guam, U.S. Virgin Islands, Baker Island, Howland Island, Jarvis Island, Johnson Atoll, Kingman Reef, Midway Island, Navassa Island, Palmyra Atoll, Wake Atoll) and 2) An unrestricted acquisition for all other requirements outside the United States and Outlying Areas. It is anticipated that both MACs will be Firm Fixed Price Contracts. The North American industry Classification System (NAICS) code is the procurement 541330, and the annual size standard is $15,000,000. The size standard applies to only the small business action. This synopsis provides engineering and design services for Petroleum, Oil and Lubricants (POL) systems, and supporting facilities at various locations, worldwide. The Government anticipates award of two separate MACs consisting of three to five (3-5) contracts on each MAC. The duration of the contract(s) will be for one year from the date of an initial contract award (Base Year) with four (4) additional one-year option periods. The aggregate value of all Task Orders issued under the contract(s) resulting from this solicitation shall not exceed $70,000,000 for the Small Business Set aside MAC and $29,000,000 for the unrestricted MAC for a total of $99,000,000 (not per awardee) over the base year and all option periods for both MACs. The options may be exercised within the time frame specified in the resultant contract at the sole discretion of the Government. Estimated start date is August 2015. The minimum guarantee of $5,000 (per awardee) for the base period will be satisfied by the award of an initial Task Order per awardee. Multiple Task Orders may be awarded with similar delivery schedules requiring the selected firm(s) to provide services with overlapping work/delivery dates. Individual Task Orders are expected to range, on average, between $50,000 to $800,000 for the Small Business Set aside for requirements within the United States and Outlying areas and between $50,000 to $850,000 for the unrestricted MAC for all other requirements. This project provides engineering and design services for POL systems, and supporting facilities at various locations, worldwide. The design and engineering services will require expertise in architectural, mechanical, electrical, civil, structural, and environmental disciplines as it pertains to Department of Defense (DoD) POL systems. POL systems include all components of Receipt, Storage, Transfer and Issue equipment. Support facilities include all utilities that supply POL systems and structures, building and associated equipment that directly support POL System operation. The required A/E services for POL systems and facilities include but are not limited to the following: a) Preparation of Design-Build (DB) Request for Proposals (RFP) and cost estimates. b) Fully designed plans and specifications. c) Preparation of Report, Evaluations, Studies or analyses on any or all components of a POL system and its support facilities, and related site visits/investigations (e.g. corrosion/cathodic protection analysis, environmental studies in support of permit applications to federal, state and local agencies, project brochure development, topographic surveying, soil boring). d) Integrity assessments that includes American Petroleum Institute (API) inspection and/or testing of storage tanks, pipelines, pressure vessels, pumps, control systems, all associated fuel equipment and electrical systems supplying POL equipment and ancillary support facilities. e) Spill management that includes, identification and abatement/removal of contaminated soil and other hazardous materials. f) Cost estimates, Life Cycle Cost Analysis, Economic Analysis, and Business Case Analysis. g) DD Form 1391 or similar planning and programming documents. h) Post Construction Award Services (PCAS) such as submittal reviews, construction inspection, Operations and Maintenance Support Information (OMSI) preparation, engineering consultations and Title II (on-site Quality Assurance (QA) oversight) services. i) POL related Support Services (i.e. work performed by Program/Principal Managers, Design Managers, Project Managers and Construction Managers such as coordination of various technical disciples, permitting, phasing of work in occupied and unoccupied facilities and disruption of both utilities and operations of the site and building occupants during construction, scheduling, quality assurance, construction inspection, constructability reviews). The following information is provided for information purposes and is not a representation or forecast of future work. For the Small Business MAC, recent task orders have previously been performed in: California, Virginia, Florida, Washington, Texas, Georgia, Louisiana, Maryland, Nevada, North Carolina, Hawaii, Guam, and Wake Island. For the unrestricted MAC, recent task orders have been performed in Japan, South Korea, Kwajalein, Diego Garcia, Germany, Spain, Djibouti, and Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Participants in the unrestricted MAC should anticipate having to comply with various Status of Forces Agreements that will be defined on each task order. If small business firms desire to be considered for the unrestricted MAC, a separate SF-330 may be submitted. Selection criteria will include, in descending order of importance, the following: (1) Specialized Experience. Provide a description of similar, recent Department of Defense POL projects (maximum of ten (10), i.e. Pipeline / Tank Inspection, Tank design, POL fuel system design, Title II activities as they relate to POL), with clients, for which team members provided a significant technical contribution. Work on these projects must have been done in the last five (5) years. In matrix form, identify which team members worked on the projects described above. Provide an explanation of your management approach, an organizational chart showing inter-relationship of management and design team components, and specific quality control process. Describe your quality control program/process; identify who has the responsibility for implementation of the program, and discuss how you instill a culture of quality throughout the team. (2) Professional Qualifications. Submit a matrix for proposed design team(s), including alternates, that contains the following data about the member’s assignment: team member’s name, firm name, level and area of concentration (i.e., Bachelors of Science (BS) mechanical engineering), location of professional registration including license number, states of professional registration, number of year professional experience, and number of years with current firm. Identify any American Welding Society (AWS), National Association of Corrosion (NACE), American Society for Nondestructive Testing (ASNT), American Petroleum Institute (API), and any other applicable certification of all team members as it relates to this project requirement. Identify any prior/active security clearances of all team members. For project managers and team leaders, identify the number of teams (design, consultants, and joint venture partners) they have managed over the past five years. (3) Capacity. Demonstrate the ability of the firm to execute multiple, simultaneous projects within a reasonable, minimum time limit as demonstrated by the team’s history of successfully completing such projects in compliance with performance schedules and providing timely construction support. Discuss how surge workload would be handled. (4) Provide Past Performance information on contracts that the firm has completed for Government agencies and/or private industry with respect to cost control, quality of work, and compliance with performance schedules. Demonstrated long-term Government or private business relationships, repeat business on related efforts, and construction support are valued. Provide a listing of performance ratings and letters of commendation from both private and DoD clients (designate your role; prime, consultant, or joint venture partner). Ratings should be no later than five (5) years. (5) Small Business and Small Disadvantaged Business Subcontracting Plan. Firms will be evaluated on the extent to which they identify and commit to the published Small Business Subcontracting Program. The Secretary of the Navy has assigned the Naval Facilities Engineering Command goals expressed in terms of percentages of total planned subcontracting dollars for utilization of small business (SB) of 66.8%. Included in the SB goals are targets for: Small Disadvantaged Business (SDB) – 17.27%, Women Owned Small Business (WOSB) – 15.3%, Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) – 3.03%, and HUBZone Small Business – 8.94%. Large business firms shall submit their Navy wide, Summary Subcontract Report with their SF 330. The slated firms will be required to provide a preliminary subcontracting plan (support for small business subcontracting) as part of the interview. Note: If large business is selected for award, an acceptable subcontracting plan that reflects a minimum of subcontracting goals stated above must be submitted before price negotiations begin for contract award. (6) Location – Describe firm’s location and demonstrated knowledge of the general geographical areas in which projects could be located. Indicate firm’s location of main offices, branch offices, and sub-consultants offices. Describe and illustrate the team’s knowledge and availability to meet project requirements on a worldwide basis. (7) Volume of Work previously awarded to the firm by the Department of Defense within the past twelve months. Indicate in Block H the total dollar value of contracts awarded and their projected completion schedules. (8) Sustainable Design Requirement- Firms will be evaluated in terms of their knowledge and demonstrated experience in applying sustainability concepts through an integrated design approach and designing in accordance with the U. S. Green Building Council, Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Green Building Rating System. Identify examples indicating design team (including consultants) experience and concepts employed for sustainability of DOD POL Systems. Sustainable design elements as pertaining to DOD Fuel systems include: 1) Minimize or elimination of toxic and harmful substances in facilities and the surrounding environments; 2) Facility maintenance and operational practices that reduce or eliminate harmful effects on people and natural environment., and 3) Efficiency in resource, and selection of materials and products appropriate for the environment. Firms, their subsidiaries, or affiliates, which design or prepare specifications for a construction or service contract, cannot provide the actual construction or service on a subsequent contract. SF 330 Part I is limited to 50 pages. SF 330, Part II is limited to one page for the prime contractor and one page for each subcontractor. Part II, block 5(b), Small Business Status – do not leave this blank. Four hard copies and one electronic copy of the submittal package are to be received in this office no later than 4:00 p.m., Pacific Time on April 16, 2015. Submittals received after this date and time will not be considered. Telegraphic and facsimile of SF 330s will not be accepted. Electronic mail is not an acceptable media. Offerors shall ensure that proposal disks are virus free, and free of password protection. Thumb or flash drives are not acceptable. Site visits will not be arranged during the submittal period. In accordance with FAR 52.204-7, all firms must be registered with the System for Award Management (SAM) prior to award of any contract. Responses are to be submitted to Naval Facilities Engineering and Expeditionary Warfare Center, Port Hueneme, California, 1100 23rd Ave, Port Hueneme, CA 93043-4347, Attn: Keith Garascia. Outside corner of mailing envelope shall be labeled as follows: N3943015POLAE - A/E Services.

A--ANNUAL BROAD AGENCY ANNOUNCEMENT (BAA) - FY16 ENVIRONMENTAL INITIATIVES FOR NAVAL FACILITIES ENGINEERING AND EXPEDITIONARY WARFARE CENTER (NAVFAC EXWC)

Department of the Navy, Naval Facilities Engineering Command | Published February 10, 2016  -  Deadline February 10, 2017
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This announcement constitutes a Broad Agency Announcement (BAA) for the Naval Facilities Engineering and Expeditionary Warfare Center (NEXWC) under Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) 6.102(d)(2) and 35.106. A formal Request for Proposals (RFP), other solicitation, or additional information regarding this announcement will not be issued. This announcement is open for one year from the date of publication. Proposals may be submitted at any time during this period. This announcement replaces N39430-15-R-1639. FAR Part 35 restricts the use of BAAs to the acquisition of basic and applied research, and that portion of advanced technology development not related to the development of a specific system or hardware procurement. Contracts made under BAAs are for scientific study and experimentation directed towards advancing the state of the art and increasing knowledge or understanding. This announcement is not for the acquisition of technical, engineering, or other types of support services. This announcement seeks out technologies and methodologies to reduce environmental impacts from current and past Navy operations, and applies to Navy installations worldwide. NEXWC is interested in environmental technologies and methodologies that are either new, innovative, advance the state-of-the-art, or increase knowledge or understanding of a technology or methodology. The technology or methodology shall address one of the following topic areas. TOPIC NO. 1: ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT, RESTORATION AND CLEANUP. Services to assess and/or remediate existing pollution generated by military operations, including methodologies for evaluation of ecological risk, risk reduction, and/or establishing risk based cleanup goals. TOPIC NO. 2: CONSERVATION OF NATURAL RESOURCES. Practices that support habitat both on land and at sea for rare and endangered species, migratory birds or marine mammals, and that comply with environmental legislation and ensure protection of sensitive resources while supporting military operations. TOPIC NO 3: UNEXPLODED ORDNANCE (UXO). Services for explosive ordnance detection, location, de-energizing, disposal or remediation of UXO generated by military operations. TOPIC NO 4: POLLUTION PREVENTION. Process design changes, management practices or methodologies to minimize the amount of pollution generated during present or future operations and maintenance. TOPIC NO 5: ENVIRONMENTAL COMPLIANCE. Process design changes or management practices that facilitate or enhance the Navy’s ability to comply with local, state, and federal environmental regulatory requirements. TOPIC NO 6: SUSTAINABILITY AND CLIMATE CHANGE. Facility systems, process changes, or management practices that allow the Navy to perform its mission while reducing the overall environmental and economic footprint (reduce land use, energy use, water use, chemical use, and waste generation) associated with facilities. Specific areas of interest include: water conservation, greenhouse gas reduction, energy conservation, and renewable energy generation. ABSTRACT SUBMITTALS TO THIS BAA CAN BE MADE USING THE ABSTRACT FORM and INSTRUCTIONS LOCATED AT THE FOLLOWING INTERNET ADDRESS: http://www.navfac.navy.mil/navfac_worldwide/specialty_centers/exwc/products_and_services/ev/ec/baa.html Submission process: This announcement is for abstracts/white papers only. Abstracts shall identify the specific topic area that the submission addresses. Each abstract must be specific to one of the topic areas. Multiple submissions are acceptable. Abstracts will be evaluated on relevance and merit. The abstract may be supplemented by resumes and lists of relevant publications and prior government projects. Abstracts will be thoroughly evaluated by a Government Technical Evaluation Board (TEB) to select technologies and methodologies that have potential benefits to the Navy. The TEB will consist of engineers, scientists, chemists, environmental specialists, and regulatory agency personnel who have experience in specific environmental technology areas. The abstracts will not be evaluated against each other since each possesses a unique technology with no common work statement. Once the evaluation process has been completed, the abstracts that meet the basic criteria of the BAA are posted on a protected web site available for DoD use only. When an abstract aligns with a customer need and funding, the NEXWC contracting office may request a full proposal. Additional guidance will be provided at that time regarding cost and pricing submittals, in addition to a more comprehensive technical submission. Technical Evaluation: Unsuccessful abstracts will not receive a detailed description of the reasons for abstract rejection due to the anticipated volume of submissions. Unsuccessful full proposals will receive a debriefing in accordance with FAR 15. Awards will be in the form of contracts. Government / Federally Funded Research and Development Center (FFRDC) / University Affiliated Research Center (UARC) entities interested in responding should read NOTE 8 below. An average contract duration is one (1) to three (3) years. The abstracts will be evaluated based on the following. Factors (1), (2) and (3) are approximately equal, and when combined, are approximately equal to (4). Factors 1-4, when combined, are approximately equal to price: 1.The scientific/technical merits and objectives of the abstract, as well as Naval relevance. 2.The qualifications, capabilities, and experience of the principal investigator, team leader, and/or key personnel who are critical in achieving the objectives of the abstract. Principle Investigators and key personnel should be identified in the proposal as such. 3.NEXWC requires the offeror to provide their Experience Modification Rate (EMR) and Days Away form Work, Restricted Duty, or Job Transfer (DART) ratings. Safety is an integral and important part of NEXWC contracting. If the offeror does not have an EMR/DART rating, they should state this and provide the rationale. See NFAS 15.304. 4.The contractors capabilities, related experience, techniques, or unique combination of these that are integral factors in achieving the contractors proposed objectives. This equates to past performance, and will be assessed based on both relevance and confidence. See NAVFAC Acquisition Requirement (NFAS) 15.304. 5.The cost relative to the proposed scientific/technical approach. NOTES: 1. An eligible abstract does not guarantee a contract. NEXWC reserves the right to select for award any, all, or none of the proposals received. NEXWC also reserves the right to select for award a portion of the work proposed in any single proposal. 2. An offeror is required to register with the system for award management (SAM). No contract award will be made to any offeror that is not registered. Registration may take up to three weeks. SAM may be accessed at HTTPS://WWW.SAM.GOV. 3. The preceding data should be sufficient for completing the abstract. 4. There are no solicitation documents applying to this BAA, other than the submission form. Request for a solicitation package will not be acknowledged. Those interested in participating in the BAA program must follow the instructions described herein to submit an abstract. 5. There is no commitment by the Navy either to make any contract awards or to be responsible for any money expended by the offeror before a contract award. 6. As no funding for contracts has been reserved in advance, NEXWC will be sharing qualified abstracts with other Federal Government activities to seek demonstration sites and/or funding. Some Federal Government activities may employ civilian contractors to determine the applicability of an offered technology to specific environmental projects. Technical and cost proposals submitted under this BAA will be protected from unauthorized disclosure in accordance with FAR 3.104-4 and 15.207. The cognizant Program Officer and other Government scientific experts will perform the evaluation of technical proposals. Restrictive notices notwithstanding, one or more support contractors may be utilized as subject-matter-expert technical consultants in accordance with FAR 37.204. However, proposal selection and award decisions are solely the responsibility of Government personnel. Each support contractor’s employee having access to technical and cost proposals submitted in response to this BAA will be required to sign a non-disclosure statement prior to receipt of any proposal submissions. An offeror may require the non-government personnel to execute a supplemental non-disclosure agreement by including a copy of the NDA with their proposal. However, note that a failure to come to an agreement may impact the ability to make an award. Please review NFAS / FAR 37.204 and NFAS 15.303(d)(4). 7. Responders are advised not to include Personally Identifiable Information (PII). Business proprietary or competition-sensitive information shall be marked as such. The offeror should expect to receive notification of receipt of the abstract by the Government within one week of submission. If the contractor does not receive a notification of abstract receipt, the contractor should call or e-mail NEXWC by using the phone number or e-mail address provided. 8. Historically Black Colleges/Universities and Minority Institutions (HBCU/MI) will be recognized according to Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS) Part 226.3. All responsible sources from academia and industry may submit proposals. No portion of this BAA will be set aside for HBCU/MI participation, due to the impracticality of reserving discrete or severable items of this research for exclusive competition among the entities. Non-DOD Federally Funded Research and Development Centers (FFRDCs) including Department of Energy National Laboratories, are not eligible to receive awards under this BAA. However, teaming arrangements between FFRDCs and eligible principal bidders are allowed so long as they are permitted under the sponsoring agreement between the Government and the specific FFRDC. DFARS 235.017-1 allows DOD FFRDCs which function primarily as research laboratories to apply. Naval laboratories and warfare centers as well as other DOD and civilian agency laboratories are not eligible to receive awards under this BAA and should not directly submit an abstract response to this BAA. As with the FFRDCs, these organizations may team with other responsible sources from industry and academia that are submitting proposals under the BAA. University Affiliated Research Centers (UARC) are eligible to submit proposals under this BAA unless precluded from doing so by their DOD UARC contract or an organizational conflict of interest. 9. Do not call the Contracting Office for verification, as the abstract is not received or reviewed by the Contracting Office.

A--ANNUAL BROAD AGENCY ANNOUNCEMENT (BAA) - FY15 ENVIRONMENTAL INITIATIVES FOR NAVAL FACILITIES ENGINEERING AND EXPEDITIONARY WARFARE CENTER (NAVFAC EXWC)

Department of the Navy, Naval Facilities Engineering Command | Published February 11, 2015  -  Deadline February 11, 2016
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This announcement constitutes a Broad Agency Announcement (BAA) for the Naval Facilities Engineering and Expeditionary Warfare Center (NEXWC) under FAR 6.102(d)(2) and 35.106. A formal Request for Proposals (RFP), other solicitation, or additional information regarding this announcement will not be issued. This announcement is open for one year from the date of publication. Proposals may be submitted at any time during this period. This announcement replaces N39430-14-R-1423. FAR Part 35 restricts the use of BAAs to the acquisition of basic and applied research, and that portion of advanced technology development not related to the development of a specific system or hardware procurement. Contracts made under BAAs are for scientific study and experimentation directed towards advancing the state of the art and increasing knowledge or understanding. This announcement is not for the acquisition of technical, engineering, or other types of support services. This announcement seeks out technologies and methodologies to reduce environmental impacts from current and past Navy operations, and applies to Navy installations worldwide. NAVFAC EXWC is interested in environmental technologies and methodologies that are either new, innovative, advance the state-of-the-art, or increase knowledge or understanding of a technology or methodology. The technology or methodology shall address one of the following topic areas. TOPIC NO. 1: ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT, RESTORATION AND CLEANUP. Services to assess and/or remediate existing pollution generated by military operations, including methodologies for evaluation of ecological risk, risk reduction, and/or establishing risk based cleanup goals. TOPIC NO. 2: CONSERVATION OF NATURAL RESOURCES. Practices that support habitat both on land and at sea for rare and endangered species, migratory birds or marine mammals and that comply with environmental legislation and ensure protection of sensitive resources while supporting the military operations. TOPIC NO 3: UNEXPLODED ORDNANCE (UXO). Services for explosive ordnance detection, location, de-energizing, disposal or remediation of UXO generated by military operations. TOPIC NO 4: POLLUTION PREVENTION. Process design changes, management practices or methodologies to minimize the amount of pollution generated during present or future operations and maintenance. TOPIC NO 5: ENVIRONMENTAL COMPLIANCE. Process design changes or management practices that facilitate or enhance the Navy’s ability to comply with local, state, and federal environmental regulatory requirements. TOPIC NO 6: SUSTAINABILITY AND CLIMATE CHANGE. Facility systems, process changes, or management practices that allow the Navy to perform our mission while reducing our overall environmental and economic footprint (reduce land use, energy use, water use, chemical use, and waste generation) associated with facilities. Specific areas of interest include: water conservation, greenhouse gas reduction, energy conservation, and renewable energy generation. ABSTRACT SUBMITTALS TO THIS BAA CAN BE MADE USING THE ABSTRACT FORM and INSTRUCTIONS LOCATED AT THE FOLLOWING INTERNET ADDRESS: http://www.navfac.navy.mil/navfac_worldwide/specialty_centers/exwc/products_and_services/ev/ec/baa.html Submission process: This announcement is for abstracts/white papers only. Abstracts shall identify the specific topic area that the submission addresses. Each abstract must be specific to one of the topic areas. Multiple submissions are acceptable. Abstracts will be evaluated on relevance and merit. The abstract may be supplemented by resumes and lists of relevant publications and prior government projects. Abstracts will be thoroughly evaluated by a Government Technical Evaluation Board (TEB) to select technologies and methodologies that have potential benefits to the Navy. The TEB will consist of engineers, scientists, chemists, environmental specialists, and regulatory agency personnel who have experience in specific environmental technology areas. The abstracts will not be evaluated against each other since each possesses a unique technology with no common work statement. Once the evaluation process has been completed, the abstracts that meet the basic criteria of the BAA are posted on a protected web site available for DoD use only. When an abstract aligns with a customer need and funding, the NAVFAC contracting office may request a full proposal. Additional guidance will be provided at that time, regarding cost and pricing submittals in addition to a more comprehensive technical submission. Technical Evaluation: Unsuccessful abstracts will not receive a detailed description of the reasons for abstract rejection due to the anticipated volume of submissions. Unsuccessful full proposals will receive a debriefing in accordance with FAR 15. Awards will be in the form of contracts. Government/FFRDC/UARC entities interested in responding should read NOTE 8 below. An average contract duration is one (1) to three (3) years. The abstracts will be evaluated based on the following. Factors (1), (2) and (3) are approximately equal, and when combined, are approximately equal to (4). Factors 1-4, when combined, are approximately equal to price: 1. The scientific/technical merits and objectives of the abstract, as well as Naval relevance. 2. The qualifications, capabilities, and experience of the principal investigator, team leader, and/or key personnel who are critical in achieving the objectives of the abstract. Principle Investigators and key personnel should be identified in the proposal as such. 3. NAVFAC requires the offeror to provide their EMR and DART ratings. Safety is an integral and important part of NAVFAC contracting. If the offeror does not have an EMR/DART rating, they should state this and provide the rationale. See NFAS 15.304. 4. The contractors capabilities related experience, techniques, or unique combination of these that are integral factors in achieving the contractors proposed objectives. This equates to past performance, and will be assessed based on both relevance and confidence. See NFAS 15.304. 5. The cost relative to the proposed scientific/technical approach. NOTES: 1. An eligible abstract does not guarantee a contract. NEXWC reserves the right to select for award any, all, or none of the proposals received. NEXWC also reserves the right to select for award a portion of the work proposed in any single proposal. 2. An Offeror is required to register with the system for award management (SAM). No contract award will be made to any offeror that is not registered. Registration may take up to three weeks. SAM may be accessed at https://www.sam.gov. 3. The preceding data should be sufficient for completing the abstract. 4. There are no solicitation documents applying to this BAA. Request for a solicitation package will not be acknowledged. Those interested in participating in the BAA program must follow the instructions described herein to submit an abstract. 5. There is no commitment by the Navy either to make any contract awards or to be responsible for any money expended by the offeror before a contract award. 6. As no funding for contracts has been reserved in advance, NEXWC will be sharing qualified abstracts with other Federal Government activities to seek demonstration sites and/or funding. Some Federal Government activities may employ civilian contractors to determine the applicability of an offered technology to specific environmental projects. Technical and cost proposals submitted under this BAA will be protected from unauthorized disclosure in accordance with FAR 3.104-4 and 15.207. The cognizant Program Officer and other Government scientific experts will perform the evaluation of technical proposals. Restrictive notices notwithstanding, one or more support contractors may be utilized as subject-matter-expert technical consultants in accordance with FAR 37.204. However, proposal selection and award decisions are solely the responsibility of Government personnel. Each support contractor’s employee having access to technical and cost proposals submitted in response to this BAA will be required to sign a non-disclosure statement prior to receipt of any proposal submissions. An offeror may require the non-government personnel to execute a supplemental non-disclosure agreement by including a copy of the NDA with their proposal. However, note that a failure to come to an agreement may impact the ability to make an award. Please review NFAS/FAR 37.204 and NFAS 15.303(d)(4). 7. Responders are advised not to include Personally Identifiable Information (PII). Business proprietary or competition-sensitive information shall be marked as such. The offeror should expect to receive notification of receipt of the abstract by the Government within one week of submission. If the contractor does not receive a notification of abstract receipt, the contractor should call or e-mail NEXWC by using the phone number or e-mail address provided. 8. Historically Black Colleges/Universities and Minority Institutions (HBCU/MI) will be recognized according to DFARS 226.3. All responsible sources from academia and industry may submit proposals. No portion of this BAA will be set aside for HBCU and MI participation, due to the impracticality of reserving discrete or severable items of this research for exclusive competition among the entities. Non-DOD Federally Funded Research and Development Centers (FFRDCs) including Department of Energy National Laboratories, are not eligible to receive awards under this BAA. However, teaming arrangements between FFRDCs and eligible principal bidders are allowed so long as they are permitted under the sponsoring agreement between the Government and the specific FFRDC. DFARS 235.017-1 allows DOD FFRDCs which function primarily as research laboratories to apply. Naval laboratories and warfare centers as well as other DOD and civilian agency laboratories are not eligible to receive awards under this BAA and should not directly submit an abstract response to this BAA. As with the FFRDCs, these organizations may team with other responsible sources from industry and academia that are submitting proposals under the BAA. University Affiliated Research Centers (UARC) are eligible to submit proposals under this BAA unless precluded from doing so by their DOD UARC contract or an organizational conflict of interest. 9. Do not call the Contracting Office for verification. The abstract is not received by the Contracting Office. General contracting inquires may be directed to the FEDBIZOPS posting POC.

A--Research and Development in support of the Living Marine Resource Program

Department of the Navy, Naval Facilities Engineering Command | Published August 24, 2016  -  Deadline August 23, 2017
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DESCRIPTION: This announcement constitutes a Broad Agency Announcement (BAA) for the Naval Facilities Engineering and Expeditionary Warfare Center (NEXWC) under FAR 6.102(d)(2) and 35.106. A formal Request for Proposals (RFP), other solicitation, or additional information regarding this announcement will not be issued. FAR Part 35 restricts the use of BAAs, such as this, to the acquisition of basic and applied research and that portion of advanced technology development not related to the development of a specific system or hardware procurement. Contracts made under BAAs are for scientific study and experimentation directed towards advancing the state of the art and increasing knowledge or understanding. This announcement is not for the acquisition of technical, engineering, or other types of support services. The Naval Facilities Engineering and Expeditionary Warfare Center, through the Living Marine Resources (LMR) program, is soliciting pre-proposals for efforts related to any one of the two (2) need topics listed below. If invited, offerors will be asked to submit a full proposal. NEED TOPICS: NEED TOPIC 1: MEASURING EXPLOSIVE EFFECTS TO MARINE MAMMALS. (LMR N-0134-17). There is little information about the potential direct effects to marine mammals from exposure to blasts from underwater explosions. The criteria for safe standoff ranges, slight lung injury, and severe injury/mortality for marine mammals are based on limited datasets originally derived from experiments using historic studies using small submerged terrestrial animals subjected to underwater explosions. Tissues surrounding the lungs and other air-filled cavities are most susceptible to near-field blast damage. These assessments, however, are based on a number of assumptions regarding response of the lungs of terrestrial mammals vs. those of marine mammals when exposed to underwater blasts and scaling of lung volume with the marine mammal’s mass. Lung injury is related to stretching (strain) of lung tissue that occurs in response to underwater explosions. Historically, this strain is estimated by (1) assuming that the lung volume responds to depth and underwater explosions in the same manner as would a freestanding spherical bubble in response to uniform step changes in pressure; and (2) assuming that the presence of marine mammal tissue (blubber and muscle) has no influence on the transmission of the underwater explosion shock wave energy to the lungs, or the response of lung volume to rapid ambient pressure changes. We are soliciting pre-proposals under this topic to address these assumptions and advance our understanding about the potential effects from underwater explosions using analogues or other approaches that do not involve living marine mammals. The intended result of the investigation will produce an improved and scientifically defensible understanding of risk to marine mammals posed by underwater explosions. NEED TOPIC 2: UNDERSTANDING THE RANGE TO EFFECT TO THE BEHAVIORAL RESPONSE OF MARINE MAMMALS FROM SONAR EXPOSURE. (LMR N-0135-17). It has been noted from previous behavioral response studies that the context of when the exposures are experienced by marine mammals may affect their responses. It was noted that marine mammals may have the ability to assess range (distance) to the sound source and received sound pressure level may not be the only factor to consider when assessing behavioral responses. We are soliciting pre-proposals under this topic to study the range dependency of behavioral response to Navy sonars. Pre-proposals must include an approach that will lead to conducting a field study using exposure to Navy sonar sources. This can include sources such as the hull-mounted AN/SQS-53C, AN/AQS-22 dipping sonar, and other operational Navy sources. See Appendix A for LMR priority species and geographic regions. Pre-proposals should include appropriate research approaches including but not limited to: controlled exposure experiment on free-ranging animals, observational studies of incidental exposure such as during actual Navy training exercises or testing activities, etc. In addition, proposals should include appropriate methods including but not limited to tagging, direct measurement, passive acoustics, etc. More details on Navy interests on the topic can be found in the recent workshop report ‘Report on the Status and Future of Behavioral Response Research’ by Catriona Harris and Len Thomas at the University of St. Andrews and jointly sponsored by the Office of Naval Research, the Living Marine Resources Program, and NOAA. https://research-repository.st-andrews.ac.uk/handle/10023/7741 NEED TOPIC 3: COORDINATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF DENSITY SPATIAL MODELING METHODS USING VISUAL AND ACOUSTIC SURVEY DATA. (LMR N-0136-17). We are soliciting pre-proposals to develop a working group consisting of relevant scientists (government and non-government) to coordinate the advancement of density spatial modeling methods using visual and acoustic survey data. The goal of the working group is to work together to identify and address priority issues in density surface modeling that are common to academia, NMFS Science Centers, Navy, and other agencies. This need involves a lead individual/team to coordinate a working group, lead the advancement of density spatial modeling methods, and coordinate with stakeholders to address priority issues identified by the working group. The key objectives of this need involve: 1. Bring together scientific leaders in density spatial modeling 2. Sharing information about best practices, without being prescriptive 3. Developing and implementing innovative approaches for advancing spatial modeling methods to best characterize marine species seasonal abundance and distribution within Navy training and testing areas 4. Highlight priority areas for continued research The organizational format for the working group should capitalize on previous very successful approaches, e.g., National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis (NCEAS), Population Consequences of Disturbance (PCOD) and Multi-Study Ocean acoustics Human effects Analysis (MOCHA) and should result in a series of collaborative publications. The proposed structure and format of the working group should inspire collaboration amongst the leading scientists in field of density spatial modeling. SUPPORTING INFORMATION: For more information on what is required in a proposal, guidance on LMR priority species and geographic regions, how to submit a proposal via the LMR website, and how proposals are evaluated, refer to Appendix A. Offerors will be required to adhere to the data rights and handling procedures agreement (Appendix B) and the geospatial data requirements (Appendix C). Modifications to the data rights and handling procedures agreement or geospatial data requirements should be discussed with the LMR program staff prior to proposal submission. Offerors will also need to comply with the U.S. Navy Handling Procedures for Ocean Observing Systems (OOS) Data (Appendix D) and the Ocean Observing Systems Awareness and Compatibility Memorandum (Appendix E). Offerors should note, however, that locations labelled in red in Appendix E as incompatible with acoustic OOS actually overlap with some of the LMR priority geographic regions outlined in Appendix A. Strict adherence to passive acoustic monitoring site selection, passive acoustic device deployment notification and data custody guidance will be required. Site selection should be discussed with the LMR program staff prior to submission of the proposal package. DoD is still finalizing their plan to meet the goals and requirements of the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) memorandum titled Increasing Access to the Results of Federally Funded Scientific Research issued 2013 February 22. All projects funded by LMR would be subject to DoD policy once it is finalized. WEB-BASED SUBMISSION PROCESS: Submissions should be made via the LMR program website, www.lmr.navy.mil, identifying one, and only one, of the three listed need topic areas as the primary focus of the pre-proposal. Pre-proposals and full proposals will only be evaluated under one need topic. SUBMISSION DEADLINE: To be considered for funding in FY 2017, pre-proposals must be received no later than 5:00 pm, Eastern Time on 19 OCTOBER, 2016. If invited to submit a full proposal, these will be due 30 days after notification. EVALUATION PROCESS: Offerors will receive an automated email message acknowledging successful submission to the LMR program website. Following a 2 month evaluation and approval process, successful pre-proposal offerors will receive an email inviting submission of a full proposal, also via the LMR program website. Unsuccessful pre-proposal offerors will receive an email via the LMR program website, but will not receive a detailed description of the reasons for pre-proposal rejection, due to the anticipated volume of submissions. Awards to non-government entities (academic institutions, not-for-profit organizations, industry) will be in the form of contracts. A nominal award amount has not been provided because the scope of the need topics varies considerably. However, proposals less than $300K/year are more likely to be funded given the limited budget of the LMR program in FY 2017-2018. The nominal duration of a project is expected to be 1-3 years, with a maximum of 5 years. Applicants are strongly encouraged to use realism of cost for the proposed effort as their metric, as this will be a critical element in the review process. Otherwise meritorious pre-proposals and full proposals will be rejected if cost does not accurately reflect the proposed scope of work. Proposed efforts involving interaction with and contact with marine mammals or endangered species may require research permits including but not limited to a Marine Mammal Protection Act (MMPA) Research Permit, Endangered Species Act (ESA) scientific research permit, and/or Department of Defense Animal Care and Use authorization. If the offeror currently possesses a permit or other documentation, it should be mentioned in the pre-proposal and submitted as part of the full proposal. If your project involves developing or demonstrating a technology, an agreement with NAVFAC EXWC will need to be established to describe the ownership/use of the technology. Contracts will not be awarded without appropriate regulatory documentation and all agreements in place. EVALUATION CRITERIA: The pre-proposals and full proposals will be evaluated based on the following criteria, of approximately equal weight. 1. TECHNICAL APPROACH: The scientific/technical merits and objectives in terms of meeting the stated need topic, as well as evidence that the science/technology is mature enough for applied research funding, and the performance criteria to measure success of the research effort. 2. OFFEROR’S EXPERIENCE: For the pre-proposal phase, the offeror should clearly provide evidence or examples showing experience related to the solution being proposed. The organization’s capabilities related to experience, techniques, or a unique combination of these that are integral factors in achieving the contractors proposed objectives. This equates to past performance, and will be assessed based on both relevance and confidence. If invited to submit a full proposal, NAVFAC also requires the offeror to provide their EMR and DART ratings. Safety is an integral and important aspect in all NAVFAC work. If the offeror does not have an EMR/DART rating, they should state this and provide a narrative rationale. See NFAS 15.304. 3. PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR’S AND KEY MEMBER’S RELATED EXPERIENCE: For the pre-proposal phase, the offeror should provide the name, highest degree earned, organization/affiliation, location, and years of experience for the Principal Investigator and key personnel who are critical in achieving the objectives of the proposal. Principle Investigators and key personnel should be identified in the pre-proposal as such. If invited to submit a full proposal, the offeror will need to upload CVs for the Principal Investigator and key personnel. 4. COST/PRICE: The cost relative to the proposed scientific/technical approach. For the pre-proposal phase this information may be limited to a total cost estimate by calendar year (Jan 1 – December 31). Assume for Year 1 of your project that effort will begin in August due to the time it takes to get a contract in place It is assumed in Year 1 (August-December) of the project your cost estimate should only include labor/travel associated with the LMR In-Progress Review in Fall 2017. The majority of effort would take place in Year 2 and beyond. In addition to any other relevant travel required for the project, please include a trip for the PI to attend the In-Progress Review (IPR) meeting (3 days) each year (fall) in Port Hueneme, CA to present on the progress of the project. If invited to submit a full proposal, additional guidance on cost/price information will be provided. This is not prescriptive, and can be submitted in the contractor’s format. However, the same information will be required. 5. NAVY BENEFITS AND IMPACT: Expected benefits of the proposed project, key issues the proposed solution addresses, potential application of the results of the project, and advantages over current approaches. 6. PRODUCT IMPLEMENTATION: Describe the intended product(s) and all associated deliverables, the requirements for implementing the proposed products of this effort by the Navy, and the potential technical risks that may pose a challenge to successful implementation. NOTES: 1. An eligible pre-proposal or full proposal does not guarantee a contract. Multiple contracts may result. 2. An offeror is required to register with the system for award management (SAM). No contract award will be made to any offeror that is not registered. Registration may take up to three weeks. SAM may be accessed at https://www.sam.gov. Registration is not required for proposal submission, but must be completed prior to initiation of award negotiation. To avoid delays in the award process, applicants are encouraged to initiate SAM registration early in the submission and review process. Non-government awardees will also need to provide a DUNS (Dunn and Bradstreet) number (http://fedgov.dnb.com/webform/displayHomePage.doc) and CAGE (Commercial and Government Entity) code (http://govwin.com/knowledge/ccr-registration) before an award can be made. 3. The preceding data should be sufficient for completing the pre-proposal form. 4. There are no solicitation documents applying to this LMR program BAA. Request for a solicitation package will not be acknowledged. Those interested in participating in the LMR program BAA must follow the instructions to submit a pre-proposal. 5. There is no commitment by the Navy either to make any contract awards or to be responsible for any money expended by the contractor before a contract award. 6. As no funding for contracts has been reserved in advance, NEXWC will be sharing qualified pre-proposals with other Federal Government activities to seek demonstration sites and/or funding. Some Federal Government activities may employ civilian contractors to determine the applicability of an offered technology to specific projects. Technical and cost pre-proposals and full proposals submitted under this BAA will be protected from unauthorized disclosure in accordance with FAR 3.104-4 and 15.207. The cognizant Program Manager and other scientific experts will perform the evaluation of technical proposals. Restrictive notices notwithstanding, one or more support contractors may be utilized as subject-matter-expert technical consultants in accordance with FAR 37.204. However, pre-proposal and full proposal selection and award decisions are solely the responsibility of Government personnel. Each support contractor’s employee having access to technical and cost pre-proposals and full proposals submitted in response to this BAA will be required to sign a non-disclosure statement prior to receipt of any pre-proposal or full proposal submissions. An offeror may require the non-government personnel to execute a supplemental non- disclosure agreement by including a copy of their institutional NDA with their proposal. However, note that a failure to come to an agreement may impact the ability to make an award. Please review FAR 37.204 and NFAS 15.303(d)(4). Eligibility notification will be sent to all contractors who have submitted a pre-proposal, after the Technical Review Committee (TRC) and Living Marine Resources Advisory Committee (LMRAC) have reviewed all pre-proposals submitted by the solicitation cut-off date. 7. For questions regarding this BAA, contact NAVFAC EXWC at (805) 982-4853 or (805) 982-5872 or via this e-mail address: exwc_lmr_program@navy.mil. Correspondents are advised not to include Personally Identifiable Information (PII), business proprietary, or competition-sensitive information via email. Offerors will receive an automated email message acknowledging successful submission to the LMR program website. If the contractor does not receive a notification of pre-proposal receipt, the contractor should call or e-mail NEXWC by using the phone number or e-mail address provided in this section. 8. Historically Black Colleges/Universities and Minority Institutions (HBCU/MI) will be recognized according to DFARS 226.3. All responsible sources from academia and industry may submit proposals. No portion of this BAA will be set aside for HBCU and MI participation, due to the impracticality of reserving discrete or severable items of this research for exclusive competition among the entities. Federally Funded Research and Development Centers (FFRDCs), including Department of Energy National Laboratories, are not eligible to receive awards under this BAA. However, teaming arrangements between FFRDCs and eligible principal bidders are allowed so long as they are permitted under the sponsoring agreement between the Government and the specific FFRDC. DFARS 235.017-1 allows DOD FFRDCs which function primarily as research laboratories to apply. Naval laboratories and Warfare Centers as well as other DOD and civilian agency laboratories are not eligible to receive awards under this BAA and should not directly submit proposals in response to this BAA. If any such organization is interested in one or more of these program areas, they should contact the NEXWC program office to discuss its interest. As with the FFRDCs, these organizations may team with other responsible sources from industry and academia that are submitting proposals under the BAA. University Affiliated Research Centers (UARC) are eligible to submit proposals under this BAA unless precluded from doing so by their DOD UARC contract or an organizational conflict of interest. 9. Do not call the Contracting Office for verification. The pre-proposal is not received by the Contracting Office.

Port Angeles Federal Building Fire Alarm Replacement

General Services Administration, Public Buildings Service (PBS) | Published July 12, 2016  -  Deadline July 27, 2016
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The General Services Administration (GSA), Region 10 announces an opportunity for the modernization of the ire Alarm Systems at the historic Richard B. Anderson in Port Angeles, Clallam County, Washington. Interested parties are encouraged to register through FBO using the "Add Me to the Interested Vendors" link on the Federal Business Opportunities (FBO) website. Vendors are also encouraged to register to receive notices about this announcement by using the "Watch This Opportunity" link on the FBO website. NOTE: GSA PBS Region 10 will NOT be maintaining a manual list of interested vendors The Solicitation will be all-electronic solicitation, including amendments. Plans and specifications are anticipated to be available on or after July 27, 2016 as part of a formal solicitation. If there are any changes to this timeframe, this presolicitation notice will be updated accordingly. All documents will be posted on the electronic Federal Business Opportunities (FBO) website at: www.fbo.gov, with secure access required for Sensitive but Unclassified Building documentation and full compliance with GSA PBS Order 3490.2 for all individuals, firms, subcontractors, subconsultants, and other parties provided access. Access requirements will be provided in the Solicitation. PROJECT BACKGROUND/DESCRIPTION: The fire alarm system for the Richard B. Anderson Federal Building in Port Angeles is in need of replacement. The existing Fire-lite Miniscan 1000 fire panel that serves the Building has reached the end of its useful life and needs to be replaced, as well as does other fire alarm system components. The new system shall have adequate logistics support (both in materials, spare and repair parts, and maintenance support) with an adequate system life cycle, as well as increased functionality of the system for the Property Management Team (PMT). GSA envisions a Design Build (D/B) Construction Contract for replacement of the existing fire alarm system. Both final design and construction services will be acquired through the one phase D/B solicitation process. The Design Builder will be required to fully develop drawings and specification which comply with National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), building codes, and Historic preservation requirements. PROJECT SCOPE This scope of work shall include limited design, all labor, supervision, equipment, materials and associated items necessary to complete the replacement of the fire alarms system. The successful offeror will be required to fully develop a full design and construction documents to incorporate the replacement fire alarm system. As the building is on the National Historic Register, care must be exercised to comply the National Historic Preservation Acts Section 106. Modifications to the building must be review by the GSA Regional Historic Preservation Office and the State Historic Preservation Office. Deliverables shall include, but are not limited to, new fire alarm system, as-built drawings, operation & maintenance manuals and training, full parts and labor warranty, and spare parts. The Contractor will be required have significant specialty design/build construction fire alarm experience. Due to the criticality of the project, the contractor shall perform at least 65% of the electrical work with its own in-house workforce. Current NICET Level II Fire Alarm certification is required for installers. Current NICET Level IV Fire Alarm certification and/or active Washington State Fire Protection Engineer licensing and registration is required for the designer. Electrical workers will be required to have the appropriate State electrical licensing. Experience in working on construction in nationally registered historic buildings is required. The replacement of the fire alarm system shall be accomplished while facility is fully occupied. The D/B Team will be required to ensure minimal disruption to tenants and their mission, keep current system in operation, and facility and tenants safe and fully protected until such time as the new system is operational and ready to bring on line for facility protection. GSA envisions a highly collaborative D/B delivery approach for this project. The expectation is that the D/B Team will work closely with all the stakeholders to deliver a project that meets the expectations and needs of all stakeholders and GSA's requirements for a fully functional, code compliant fire alarm system. The D/B Team will be selected through a one phase best value D/B source selection process that meets the goals of GSA. PROJECT MAGNITUDE: Between $250,000 and $500,000 COMPETITION: Full and Open. This procurement will be open to all qualified business firms. Any qualified responsible firm, including large business, small business, veteran-owned small business, service-disabled veteran owned small business, HUBZone small business, small disadvantaged business, and women-owned small business is encouraged to participate as a prime contractor or as a member of a joint venture with other small businesses, or as a subcontractor. Any firm proposing as a joint venture will be required to provide additional documentation regarding its joint venture agreement during the solicitation phase. Businesses of all sizes and socio-economic status are recommended to add their contact information in the Interested Vendors list for the pre-solicitation notice. PROJECT DURATION: Administration processing may take 30 days that may overlap with design which may take between 45 and 90 days due to SHPO design reviews. The projected construction schedule is 120 days from Notice To Proceed, with an additional 45 to 60 days allowed for successful completion and acceptance testing by the Authority Having Jurisdiction, as well as an additional 2 years for the warranty, with retesting at the 23rd month of the warranty. Maintenance/Warranty periods: The contractor will be required to provide a 2-year construction warranty, as well as standard manufacturer's warranties for the system and spare parts from project substantial completion and acceptance. The inclusion of an extended warranty is under review, with no specific term being identified as of yet. It has not been fully determined as to whether or not maintenance will be included concurrently with the warranties. The final solicitation documents will identify if an extended warranty and concurrent maintenance is required or not. PROCUREMENT STRATGY: The Design Build contractor will be selected using the Best Value Source Selection process pursuant to the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) Part 36, Source Selection Procedures, FAR subpart 15.3 following issuance of a formal Request for Proposals (RFP) on www.fbo.gov. For this contract award process, GSA will issue one Solicitation. The Government will identify the evaluation factors developed in accordance with FAR 15.304 that will serve as the basis for the determination of the Offer which provides the best value to the Government. Interested Offerors will be required to submit their responses (including both technical and price proposals) to the RFP by the due date established in the RFP. The Government will evaluate all responses to the RFP in accordance with the criteria in the RFP. The Government will reserve the right to make an award upon the basis of the initial offers without discussions. CONTRACT AWARD: GSA PBS R10 contemplates awarding a Firm Fixed Price (FFP) type contract as a result of the forthcoming solicitation. SOLICITATION ISSUE DATE: The RFP is scheduled to be issued electronically on or after 07/25/20162 on the internet at:http://www.fbo.gov/. Any changes to this schedule will be posted. CLOSING DATE: The closing date for receipt of proposal submissions shall be specified in the RFP.THIS PRESOLICITATION NOTICE IS NOT A REQUEST FOR PRICE OR TECHNICAL PROPOSALS. The Project duration is anticipated remains unchanged. However, system maintenance will not be included in the solicitation.A pre-proposal conference and site visit is anticipated to be held on August 01, 2016, with specific details to be provided. Attendees are required to bring valid photo identification. Interested parties must register to attend the pre-proposal conference via e-mail with Contracting Officer Keith Goodsell (keith.goodsell@gsa.gov). Ensure to email a list of requested attendees included in the request is as follows:• Attendee Name (First, Middle, Last)• Attendee Email• Company Name and Designation if Prime or Sub (if Sub, indicate to which Prime)• Company Address• Company Phone Number• Designation if the attendee is attending the tour of the facilityOnly those parties who have the above required e-mail notice and provided necessary information in advance of the meeting will be allowed to attend. To request a reasonable accommodation due to a disability, contact the Contracting Officer. Specific details will be provided at a later date Parties failing to register by this deadline that is established will not be permitted to attend the pre-proposal conference/site visit tour.NOTE: Due to limited space within the occupied facility, no more than four (4) individuals per Design-Build Team (including the Prime Contractor and any sub-consultants) will be permitted at the pre-proposal conference and on the tour, regardless of company affiliation. Sub-contractors must identify which Design-Build Team they are associated with in order to attend the site visit tour; individual sub-contractors will not be permitted at the pre-proposal conference and on the site visit.
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