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IDC A-E Contract for Mechanical, Electrical and Fire Protection

Department of the Army, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers | Published November 16, 2015
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IDC A-E Services Engr Design and CPS for Mechanical, Electrical and Fire Protection

Department of the Army, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers | Published November 25, 2015
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Y--Keystone Project Office Repairs, Keystone Lake, Oklahoma

Department of the Army, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers | Published March 17, 2015  -  Deadline April 1, 2015
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This project will be a total turn-key contract with all work being performed by the Contractor. Some project requirements, which are not all inclusive, are removal and replacement of roofing and roofing insulation, water system, HVAC unit, sanitation systems, main and sub electrical panes and appurtenance and manually operated overhead doors. The Contractor shall provide all plant, materials, equipment, labor, instruments, tools, subcontractors, supervision, management, and travel necessary to complete all work in accordance with this summary of work, the attached drawings, the specifications, and all other contract documents and requirements. This acquisition is being offered for competition limited to eligible Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Businesses (SDVOSB) with a cost magnitude between $500,000 and $1,000,000. The source selection process that will be used in this acquisition is the Lowest Price Technically Acceptable (LPTA). The type of contract the Agency will award under this solicitation is a Firm-Fixed-Price (FFP) contract. The Agency will post the project solicitation on or about April 7, 2015, with a proposal due date of May 13, 2015. The projected award date of the contract is on or about June 29, 2015.

Y--New Amphitheater at Canton Lake, OK

Department of the Army, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers | Published February 19, 2015  -  Deadline March 6, 2015
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The purpose of this notice is to provide details of the project prior to advertisement of the package. The Government is seeking the best proposals available. To that end, this notice is to make prospective offerors aware of requirements for the proposal stage of acquisition. On or about 5 Mar 2015, the US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Tulsa District will issue a Request for Proposal (RFP) entitled quote mark New Amphitheater at Canton Lake quote mark . A site visit will be scheduled prior to the date for receipt of proposals. Award is anticipated to occur on or about 5 Mar 2015. This project consists of earthen site work, construction of a 50 foot reinforced concrete outdoor amphitheater with stage, benches, electrical conduit, receptacles, and lighting as well as 800 feet of concrete sidewalk and parking. Location of the project is at Canton Lake which is located in Blaine and Cewey counties near the towns of Canton and Longdale, OK. It is about an hour away from Enid, OK. Project will be awarded using the FAR 15.101-2 Lowest Price Technically Acceptable (LPTA) Source Selection method. THIS REQUIREMENT WILL BE A 100% SMALL BUSINESS SET-ASIDE UNDER NAICS CODE 237990 - OTHER HEAVY AND CIVIL ENGINEERING CONSTRUCTION. THE MAGNITUDE OF THIS PROJECT'S PRICE IS ESTIMATED BETWEEN $250K and $500K (IAW FAR 36.204). Please be advised of the requirements of registration in the System for Award Management (www.sam.gov).

Tinker AFB 8(a) SATOC

Department of the Army, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers | Published January 26, 2016
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1.0 OVERVIEW OF REQUIREMENT 1.1 This is a two-phase competitive solicitation for a firm, fixed-price Indefinite Delivery Indefinite, Quantity (IDIQ), Single-Award Task Order Contract (SATOC) which will be awarded using the Best Value Trade-Off Process. The SATOC is for design-build construction services to meet the requirements and time constraints for military, civil, and Interagency and International Services (IIS) customers primarily at Tinker Air Force Base, OK and subsequently customers within Southwestern Division (SWD) Boundaries, and for Tulsa District customers. 1.2 The Government is looking for ways to streamline construction, manage labor and other resource constraints in an effort to reduce costs and achieve an aggressive schedule in executing task orders to meet the Army's Transformation program goals of faster project execution at lower cost, while taking advantage of industry standards, means and methods. 1.3 This SATOC contract is set-aside for 8(a) program participants. The estimated amount of the contract is $24 million. The solicitation number for this procurement is W912BV-16-R-0077. The North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) code for this program is 236220, Commercial and institutional building construction. The contract shall have a one-year base period plus up to two one-year option periods. The Government intends to award one IDIQ SATOC contract. 1.4 The scope of this SWD SATOC includes, but is not limited to, construction, renovation, repairs, preventive maintenance, and environmental abatement activities. The contracts are not only intended to execute new construction and design-build, but to provide a timely response to repair of real and personal property facilities, e.g., maintenance, repair, asbestos and lead-based paint abatement, and major and minor construction situations relating to, but not limited to, architectural, civil, mechanical, plumbing, structural, fire protection, electrical, heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC), instrumentation, anti-terrorism and force protection. 2.0 OVERVIEW OF PHASE 1 AND PHASE 2 SELECTION PROCEDURES 2.1 Phase one will encompass technical qualifications such as specialized experience, capability to perform, and past performance and other relevant factors. Price will not be an evaluation factor for phase one. 2.2. Offerors selected to proceed to phase two will have the opportunity to submit a proposal for the seed project that will be awarded to the offeror with the best value via trade-off procedures (evaluation factors for phase two will include price, technical approach, and other relevant factors). THIS IS ONLY A PRESOLICITATION NOTICE and not a request for any information. The solicitation will be posted after 15 days from issuance of this notice. When the solicitation is posted, it will outline the required information for both phase one and phase two. Contracting Office Address: USACE District, Tulsa, ATTN: CESWT-CT, 1645 South 101st East Avenue, Tulsa, OK 74128-4609 Place of Performance: Southwest Division boundariesUS Point of Contact(s): Brian Hutchison, 918-669-7426  

C--IDC for A-E Contract for Engr, Design and Engr During Construction Services

Department of the Army, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers | Published July 28, 2014  -  Deadline August 29, 2014
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1. CONTRACT. General: A target of four (4) Indefinite Delivery Contracts (IDC) are being procured in accordance with the Brooks Act (Public Law PL 582) and implemented in the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) Subpart 36. Firms will be selected for negotiation based on demonstrated competence and qualifications for the required work. The IDCs will be awarded to provide engineering, design and engineering during construction services for military and interagency and international services (IIS). Tulsa District is issuing four synopses (target to award 3 unrestricted; 2 Small Business; 1 Economically Disadvantaged Women Owned Small Business and 1 8(a)). If there are an insufficient number of highly qualified firms for the EDWOSB set aside, then the capacity will be rolled into the small business synopsis (W912BV-14-R-0054). Please respond to the 8(a) (W912BV-14-R-0080), small business (W912BV-14-R-0054), and unrestricted synopsis (W912BV-14R-0055) as well as the EDWOSB synopsis if your firm wishes to be considered for those announcements. This procurement includes a target of one small business in the category of Economically Disadvantaged Woman Owned Small Business (EDWOSB) with a planned award of October 2014. Each IDC will consist of a base of three years and one two-year option, for a total of five (5) year IDC contract, if the Contracting Officer chooses to exercise the option period. The estimated value each of the contracts, inclusive of all options, is $6,000,000. A Minimum Guarantee amount of $2,000 will apply to the Base Period only. All questions must be submitted through the Bidders Inquiry System. Instructions for the Bidders Inquiry System and the deadline for submission of any inquiries will be provided via separate document entitled: Inquiries-Offerors Questions and Comments use of Bidders Inquiry. (a) Contract Award Procedure: Before a business is proposed as a potential contractor, they must be registered in the Central Contractor Registration (CCR) database. Register via the CRR internet site at http://www.ccr.gov. The Service Contract Act will apply to this acquisition. The proposed services will be obtained by a Negotiated Firm-Fixed Price Contract. (b) Nature of Work: The services necessary for each requirement will be negotiated and awarded as individual Task Orders. The A-E shall furnish all services, materials, supplies, and supervision required to fully complete each Task Order. (c) Place of Performance: Projects are anticipated to be primarily in support of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Southwestern Division (SWD) Boundaries. Task Orders under the resultant IDCs may be awarded for projects only in the geographic area of SWD. (d) Contractor Manpower Reporting: The contractor will be required to report all contractor labor hours (including subconsultant labor hours) required for performance of services provided under this contract via a secure data collection site. The contractor will be required to completely fill in all required data fields using the following web address: http://www.ecmra.mil/. Reporting inputs will be for the labor executed during the period of performance during each Government fiscal year (FY), which runs from October 1 through September 30. While inputs may be reported any time during the FY, all data shall be reported no later than October 31 of each calendar year. 2. PROJECT INFORMATION. The following work may be expected under this contract: Project programming and planning, feasibility and concept studies, space utilization, design concepts/standards, research, analysis, engineering, design, design/build request for proposal preparation, and engineering during construction for military and international and interagency services (IIS). Engineering and design within these services also include design of new construction, primarily vertical, alteration of facilities, maintenance and repair of real property, pre-design site assessment, cost estimates, value engineering, design reviews, life cycle costing, computer aided drafting, geospatial information systems (GIS), and building information modeling (BIM). Activities incidental to design include topographic and boundary surveys, to include mapping, geotechnical investigation and reports, environmental investigations, studies and reports, hazardous materials testing, abatement and monitoring, historical and cultural resource investigations, and seismic studies. It is not expected that one firm performs all services. 3. SELECTION CRITERIA: The selection criteria are listed below in descending order of importance (first by major criterion and then by each sub-criterion). Criteria (a) through (e) are primary. Criteria (f) through (h) are secondary and will be used as 'tiebreakers' among technically qualified firms. The selection criteria in descending order of importance are: (a) Specialized Experience and Technical Competence. Breadth and depth of experience of the A-E firm in engineer/design and engineering during construction of military and IIS facilities within the past five years will be evaluated. The criteria will include a review of projects submitted to determine relevant experience as well as designing within cost limitations, and Design Quality Management, particularly with respect of coordination between engineering disciplines and subconsultants. The AE firm shall also have documented experience in providing engineering during construction services on two or more construction contracts with contract values equal to or greater than $5,000,000 each. (b) Professional Qualifications. The criteria will include a review of proposed personnel in the following disciplines: Project Management, Architecture, Mechanical, Electrical, Fire Protection, Civil, Structural, Cost Estimating, Geotechnical, Surveying, Interior Design, Building Code Officials, Safety Professionals, and Security Specialists. (c) Past Performance. Includes performance on Department of Defense (DoD) and other contracts in terms of cost control, quality of work, compliance with delivery schedules, history or working relationships with consultants, timely technical support during construction, and overall cooperativeness and responsiveness. (d) Capacity. The criteria will include a review of resources to determine if there is sufficient capacity to simultaneously provide two full designs or two design-build RFP packages or a combination of the two with construction values of approximately $10,000,000 total. (e) Knowledge of the Locality, principally the area covered by the Southwestern Division (SWD). Knowledge of subsurface conditions, including expansive soil characteristics, local climatic conditions including the conditions required for the prevention of mold and local construction methods will be evaluated. The criteria will include a review of documented project experience highlighting the unique design and construction aspects encountered within the geographic boundaries of SWD. (f) Geographic Proximity to SWD. Location of the firm and subconsultants in the general geographic area of the Southwestern Division will be a consideration. (g) Volume of DoD Contract Awards During Previous Three (3) Years. Firm must demonstrate past performance in the accomplishment of DoD work. Additional items to be addressed are cost control, quality of work, and compliance with performance schedules. 4. SUBMITTAL REQUIREMENTS: See Note 24 for general submittal requirements. Interested firms having the capabilities and qualifications to perform this work must submit one copy of the SF 330 Part I and II for the prime firm and all subconsultants to the above address no later than 2:00 p.m. on 29 August 2014. Regulations require that the selection board not consider any submittals received after this time and date. Solicitation packages are not provided. (a) Interested firms having the capabilities and qualifications to perform this work must submit one copy of SF 330 (6/2004 Edition), including Parts I and II as described herein, and one CD-ROM of the SF 330 submittal to the above address not later than 2:00 p.m. Central Standard Time on the response date listed above. The date and time are strictly enforced, and late packages will not be considered. Late proposal rules found in FAR 15.208 will be followed. Solicitation packages are not provided. The SF 330 should be complete and specifically address the requirements of this announcement. Firms shall present an organization chart and a narrative describing how the organization will function. Functions to be subcontracted shall be clearly identified by subconsultant or entity and their office location (specify the address of the office and key personnel that are assigned there). (b) Responding firms must submit a copy of the originally signed, or current (signed within the past 12 months), and accurate SF 330, Part II for the specific prime, other offices of the prime, and subconsultant offices proposed to perform the work even if an SF 330, Part II is already on file. SF 330, Part II shall be provided for the specific prime, other offices of the prime, and subconsultant offices proposed to perform the work. All Part IIs MUST be signed with original signature or facsimile of the original signature (signed within the past 3 years is required) and dated. A copy of a signed/dated Part II is acceptable. Although firms are encouraged to update their SF 330 Part II at least annually, older ones (up to 3 years old in accordance with FAR 36.603(d)(5)) will still be considered by the board. However, a firm may be recommended as not qualified or ranked low if missing, confusing, conflicting, obsolete or obscure information prevents a board from reasonably determining that a firm demonstrates certain required qualifications. Indicate in Block 5b of each Part II if the firm is a Large Business, Small Business, HubZone, Service Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business, or Economically Disadvantaged Woman-Owned Small Business. To be classified as a small business, a firm's average annual receipts or sales for the preceding three fiscal years must not exceed $15 million. (c) Submit only one SF 330, Part I from the prime for the design team, completed in accordance with the SF 330 instructions and additional instructions herein. It must contain information in sufficient detail to identify the team (prime, other offices of the prime, and consultants) proposed for the contract. The A-E shall not include company literature with the SF 330. (d) In block No. 4 Part II provide the Data Universal Numbering System (DUNS) number issued by Dun and Bradstreet Information System (1/866-705-5711) for the prime A-E or Joint Venture. The DUNS number must be for the firm or joint venture performing the work (i.e. not the parent DUNS number, but a DUNS number specifically for the office performing the work. (e) In Section C of the SF 330, Part I, identify the discipline/service to be supplied by the prime, other offices of the prime, as applicable, and each subconsultant. Provide brief resumes in Section E of the on-staff or consultant employees you intend to use to perform the work. Resumes must be submitted for each employee required to meet the minimums stated above in paragraph 3b. Resumes shall not exceed one page. (f) In Section F, a maximum of ten (10) projects for the total proposed team (including the prime and subconsultants) shall be provided. Use no more than one page per project. (g) In Section G, block 26, along with the name, include the firm and office location the personnel are associated with. The names of all individuals included in the resumes in Section E shall be listed in Block G-26 along with their firm location and their roles even if example project experience in Block G-28 is not applicable. Also include Team Project Organization Chart in Part I, Section D indicating how each firm on the proposed team (prime, other offices of the prime, and each subconsultant as identified in Part I, Section C) integrates into the composite team. (h) In Section H, of the SF 330, Part I, provide a narrative to address each of the requirements, including subparagraphs, of items listed in Section 3, Selection Criteria, of this announcement. (i) In Section H, Part I, SF 330, firms must show their last 12 months DoD contract awards stated in dollars (see 3(e) above), provide an itemized summary of DoD awards to include Agency Contract Number/Task Order No. DoD awards shall be shown in an itemized summary including Agency, Contract Number/Task Order No., Project Title, and Award Amount dollars. Include a total of all listed awards. Note that award of Indefinite Delivery Contracts should not be counted as award amounts, and only actual Task Orders and any modifications thereto should be included in the amounts. When addressing team capabilities, clarify planned capability, existing capability, and prior experiences, if applicable. Include any other relevant information including a short discussion of why the firm is especially qualified based upon the specific selection criteria listed in Section 3. (i) In Section H, Part I, SF 330 Generally, describe the firm's Quality Management Plan (QMP). A project-specific detailed QMP must be prepared and approved by the Government as a condition of contract award but is not required with this submission. Indicate the estimated percentage involvement of each firm on the proposed team. Do not exceed twenty pages for Section H. Front and back side use of a single page will count as two (2) pages, and print type used in charts, graphics, figures and tables may be smaller than 11 font but must be clearly legible. Foldouts are not allowed and shall not be considered. (j) Personal visits or telephone calls to discuss this announcement will NOT be entertained. (k) Solicitation packages are not provided for A-E contracts, and no additional project information will be given to firms during the announcement period. Facsimile transmissions will not be accepted. Point of Contact: Diane Cianci (918) 669-7458, Contract Specialist, Contracting Division. This is not a request for proposal. In accordance with FAR clause 52.219-14 Limitations on Subcontracting for services, quote mark At least 50 percent of the cost of contract performance incurred for personnel shall be expended for employees of the concern. quote mark INQUIRIES - OFFEROR'S QUESTIONS AND COMMENTS USE OF BIDDER'S INQUIRY 28 JULY 2014 Prospective offerors should submit questions and inquiries related to this solicitation in accordance with the following (collect calls will not be accepted): a. For information related to amendments, and the dates set for receipt of proposals, please check http://www.fedbizopps.gov b. Contractual and Technical inquiries and questions relating to proposal procedures are to be submitted via Bidder Inquiry in ProjNet at https://www.projnet.org/projnet. 1. To submit and review bid inquiry items, offerors will need to be a current registered user or self-register into the system. To self-register go to the aforementioned web page and click on the BID tab. Select Bidder Inquiry, select agency USACE, and enter the Bidder Inquiry Key for this solicitation listed below, your e-mail address, and then click login. Fill in all required information and click create user. Verify that information on next screen is correct and click continue. 2. From this page you may view all bidder inquiries or add an inquiry. 3. Bidders will receive an acknowledgement of their question via e-mail, followed by an answer to their question after it has been processed. 4. The Solicitation Numbers are: W912BV-14-R-0081 (EDWOSB) The Bidder Inquiry Key is: M78XAB-7TFMJ4 5. Address/enter only one question/issue per entry. c. The Bidder Inquiry System will be unavailable for new inquiries 4:00pm (Central) five (5) days before proposal are due in order to ensure adequate time is allotted to form an appropriate response and amend the solicitation, if necessary. d. Offerors are requested to review the specification in its entirety, and review the Bidder Inquiry System for answers to questions prior to submission of a new inquiry. e. The call center operates weekdays from 8AM to 5PM U.S. Central Time Zone (Chicago). The telephone number for the Call Center is 800-428-HELP. f. Offers will NOT be publicly opened. Information concerning the status of the evaluation and/or award will NOT be available after receipt of proposals. g. The point of contact for this solicitation is: Contract Specialist: Diane Cianci Telephone: 918-669-7458 E-MAIL: diane.m.cianci.civ@mail.mil

F--IDC Architect-Engineer Contracts for Environmental Services in Support of Various Military, Civil Works, and IIS Projects Assigned to Tulsa District and Southwestern Division and in accordance with ER 5-1-10

Department of the Army, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers | Published June 9, 2014  -  Deadline July 15, 2014
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Indefinite Delivery Contract (IDC) Architect-Engineer (A-E) Contracts for Environmental Services in Support of Various Military, Civil Works, and Interagency and International Services (IIS) Projects Assigned to Tulsa District and Southwestern Division and in accordance with ER 5-1-10 1. CONTRACT INFORMATION: General: A-E Environmental Services Contracts are being procured in accordance with the Brooks Act (Public Law PL 582) and implemented in accordance with the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) Subpart 36. Firms will be selected for negotiation based on demonstrated competence and qualifications for the required work. This announcement is open to all businesses. This announcement is set-aside as quote mark Unrestricted quote mark under NAICS code 541330 for A-E Environmental Services. Contracts are anticipated to be awarded on or about 30 August 2014. It is anticipated that up to three Unrestricted A-E Environmental Services SATOCs with a capacity of $10M each will be awarded from this announcement and will have a 3-year base period ($6,000,000) and one 2-year option period ($4,000,000 each). A Minimum Guarantee amount of $2,500 will apply to the Base Period only. Contracts awarded under this announcement will be administered by the Tulsa District. Contract capacity may be shared with other CONUS geographic districts where the principles of the Project Management Business Process and ER 5-1-10 have been met. Contract Award Procedure: Before a business is proposed as a potential contractor, they must be registered in the System for Award Management (SAM) database. Register via the SAM internet site at https://www.sam.gov. The Service Contract Act will apply to this acquisition. The proposed services will be obtained by a Negotiated Firm-Fixed Price Contract. Nature of Work: The services necessary for each requirement will be negotiated and awarded as individual Task Orders. The A-E shall furnish all services, materials, supplies, and supervision required to fully complete each Task Order. Place of Performance: Projects are anticipated to be primarily in support of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Southwestern (SWD) Boundaries; however task orders under the resultant IDC contracts may be awarded for projects outside the geographic area of the Southwestern (SWD) Division boundaries when the principles of the Project Management Business Process and ER 5-1-10 have been met. 2. PROJECT INFORMATION: Work under these A-E environmental services contracts includes a full range of A-E environmental services, which may include: Clean Air Act support, Clean Water Act support, preparing Title V air quality permit applications, preparing minor source air quality permit applications, preparing air quality permit minor modifications, preparing air permit major modifications, conducting new source air quality reviews, air dispersion modeling, air emissions inventories, preparing spill prevention control & countermeasures plans, Safe Drinking Water Act support, wastewater program support, stormwater program support, preparing stormwater pollution prevention plans, preparing stormwater management plans, preservation surveys - management plans & restoration design for historic structures, archaeological support, Toxic Substances Control Act support, RCRA support, CERCLA support for NPL sites, database integration management, GIS services, energy conservation support, case studies & associated reports, conduct feasibility studies, conduct corrective measures studies, proposed plan development, decision document development, prepare remedial designs, prepare CERCLA 5-Year reviews, sustainability management support, analytical electronic deliverables, Engineering Evaluation and Cost Analysis (EECA), risk assessment sampling-analysis-reporting, Remedial Investigation and reporting, long term monitoring and statistical reporting, remedy effectiveness evaluations, remedial process optimization, design & conduct treatability studies, groundwater flow modeling, contaminant fate and transport analysis, vapor intrusion evaluations, human health risk assessments, ecological risk assessments, engineering and design services during construction, green & sustainable remediation evaluations, environmental infrastructure studies & designs (e.g. sewers & treatment facilities), community relations support, and restoration advisory board support. Also, a full range of ancillary A-E environmental services are anticipated; which may include but not necessarily be limited to: UXO avoidance support, emergency planning & community right to know support, environmental performance assessment system support, pollution prevention support, national environmental policy act (NEPA) support, storm water pollution prevention (SWPP) support, coastal zone management act support, environmental management systems support, ISO 14001, lead based paint compliance support, asbestos compliance support, noise compliance support, solid waste management support, hazardous materials management support, hazardous waste management support, environmental compliance inspection support, tribal consultation, process environmental assessments, process environmental impact statements, geophysical mapping and data management, pilot scale studies, treatment system optimization and potable water system design. 3. SELECTION CRITERIA: All offers received in response to this acquisition will be evaluated based on the following selection criteria in descending order of importance. Criteria 1-6 are primary and criteria 7-8 are secondary and will only be used as additional discriminators among technically equal firms. (1) Specialized Experience and Technical Competence (Ensure that all special experience requirements are reflected on appropriate personnel resumes at Section E, Part I, SF 330). Breadth and depth of specialized experience and demonstrated technical competence within the past 5 years in Successfully managing and performing broadly scoped technically complex environmental projects that comply with applicable USEPA, State, and Department of Defense (DoD) requirements. The A-E firm shall have documented experience relevant to the services listed in paragraph 2 including (a) Site Characterization to determine nature and extent of contamination including design and/or performance of subsurface drilling programs, installation of groundwater monitoring well networks, sampling programs for various environmental media, performance and/or oversight of other intrusive investigation techniques such as soil gas surveys, surface geophysical techniques (e.g. electromagnetic surveys), design performance and analysis of in-situ aquifer hydraulic tests (e.g. slug tests and pump tests), acquisition and analysis of other data (e.g. geotechnical, biological, and ecological), etc.) to support remedial decision making; (b) development of typical deliverables supporting HTRW activities such as: investigation work plans, health and safety plans, quality assurance project plans, sampling and analysis plans, community relations plans, project management plans, data management plans, waste management plans, detailed project schedules, closure plans and reports, , technical reports to support decision-making including chemical fate and transport models, human health and ecological risk assessments, site inspection reports, , RCRA and CERCLA based remedial investigation/feasibility study reports, corrective measures study reports, corrective measures and remedial designs, groundwater monitoring reports, records of decision, determination of no further action, engineering evaluation/cost analysis (EE/CA) reports, deliverables supporting UST compliance requirements, construction plans, cost estimates, and other related deliverables; (c) selecting remedial alternatives and developing designs/specifications for alternatives for remedial/removal actions or corrective measures and/or environmental projects of equivalent scope; (d) development of various environmental studies/plans regarding environmental compliance regulations including but not limited to SWPP, NEPA, land management, noise, asbestos, lead-based paint, and Air Program support; (e) support of community relations/stakeholder involvement activities (e.g. development and maintenance of administrative records, support of restoration advisory boards, etc.) including development of and management of significant outreach activities;; (f) oversight, management, and/or performance of chemical analytical services typically required to support remedial/corrective measure decision-making at sites with multi-media environmental contamination including contractor and laboratory QA/QC practices and demonstrated ability for timely identification of problems/issues in acquired data and alerting the client to the impacts of these issues as well as making recommendations for their resolution. ;; and (g) data management/visualization techniques utilizing geographic information systems and CADD graphics in accordance with federal special data standards. ; ; In Section F of the SF330, cite whether the experience is that of the Prime (Joint Venture), Consultant, or an individual. Work cited that is experience of the prime (or joint venture) from an office other than that identified in Section B shall be so labeled. (2) Professional Qualifications. Qualified professional personnel with appropriate registration, licensure, or certification in the following areas: Project Management; Engineering Disciplines such as civil, chemical, environmental, geotechnical, electrical, mechanical, and structural; scientific disciplines such as chemists, geologists, geophysicists, biologists, toxicologists, and environmental scientists; appropriate specialists such as regulatory analysts, certified industrial hygienists, safety professionals, risk assessments specialists, cost estimators/schedulers, and technical editors; environmental technicians capable of acquiring and handling environmental samples and data; drillers; surveyors; and CADD operators. Firms should demonstrate strong ability to provide comprehensive program and project management for complex work; strong ability to provide comprehensive environmental technical and compliance support; ability to provide necessary number of teams or crews for expedited, complex, and/or unexpected field, laboratory and/or regulatory compliance support; and ability to initiate, manage, and complete multiple concurrent delivery orders; ability to meet unforeseen schedule changes. Submitting firms should demonstrate the education, training, registration, overall and relevant experience, and longevity with the firm of proposed management and technical personnel. This criterion is primarily concerned with the qualifications of personnel and management capabilities not the number of personnel, which is addressed under the capacity criterion. (3) Past Performance. Past performance on DoD, DOE, and other environmental contracts with respect to quality of work, compliance with delivery schedules, cost control, history or working relationships with proposed subcontractors, and overall cooperativeness and responsiveness. Past Performance Information Retrieval System (PPIRS) is the primary source of information on past performance. However, any credible, documented evaluations may be considered, but the Government is not required to seek other information on the past performance of a firm if none is available from PPIRS. (4) Capacity to respond to multiple task order RFPs and Awards. Sufficient capacity to respond quickly, mobilize qualified personnel, and produce quality results under short deadline constraints for accepted task orders. This includes demonstrating the availability of key disciplines for execution of several concurrent task orders. Submitting firms should demonstrate experience with similar size contracts and the available capacity of key disciplines. (5) Knowledge of the Locality; principally the area covered by the SWD, including the states of Arkansas, Oklahoma, New Mexico, Kansas, and Texas. Submitting firms should demonstrate knowledge of the area covered by the Southwestern Division (SWD) including the states of Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, and Texas. Examples include knowledge of regulatory framework, geological features, climatic conditions, local construction methods that are unusual or unique, and local laws and regulations. (6) Small Business and Small Disadvantaged Business Participation. The extent of participation of Small Businesses and other Socio-Economically Disadvantaged Small Businesses or Entities will be measured as a percentage of the total anticipated contract effort regardless of whether the Small Business or other Socio-Economically Disadvantaged Small Business or Entity is a prime contractor, subcontractor, or joint venture partner. Both large and small businesses will be required to submit a Small Business Participation Plan under the unrestricted solicitation, which is an evaluation factor in the Source Selection process. Market research, based on the nature and location of the work is required to determine optimal percentage of total contract dollars planned to be performed by small businesses, however, the expected minimum participation goals are listed in the evaluation criteria below. Small business participation is the collective small business participation from any type of small business or sub-category small business. Work self-performed by a small business prime offeror will be credited as Small Business Participation. The government will evaluate the proposals to determine which offeror(s) propose the best value in terms of meeting all the Small Business Participation goals using the following criteria: (a) The extent of participation of small business prime offerors and small business subcontractors in terms of the percentage of the value of the total acquisition. Expected minimum goals are: 1. Small Business 10% of total contract dollars (aggregate of all small businesses participation including the small business socioeconomic contracting programs (i.e., 8(a), HUBZone, SDVOSB, or WOSB programs). 2. Small Disadvantaged Business (SDB) 5% of total contract dollars. 3. Women-Owned Small Business (WOSB) 5% of total contract dollars. 4. Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) 3% of total contract dollars. 5. Historically Underutilized Business Zone (HUBZone) 3% of total contract dollars. (b)The extent to which such firms, as defined in FAR Part 19, are specifically identified in proposals; (c) The extent of commitment to use such firms (existing and enforceable commitments will be considered more favorably than business relationships that are simply planned or theoretical); (d) Identification of the complexity and variety of the work specific small firms are to perform; All Offerors (both large and small businesses) are required to complete the following Small Business Participation Plan Form and submit with their proposal. This form will be the primary source of data used to evaluate the Small Business Participation factor. Offeror's market research and small business participation analysis in accordance with the evaluation criteria listed in the previous paragraphs should be reflected on this form. SMALL BUSINESS PARTICIPATION PLAN FORM (a) Check the applicable size and categories for the PRIME offeror only -- Check all applicable boxes: { } Large Prime { } Historically Black Colleges or Universities and Minority Institutions (HBCU/MI) or { } Small Business Prime; also categorized as a { } Small Disadvantaged Business (SDB) { } Woman-Owned Small Business (WOSB) { } Historically Underutilized Zone (HUB Zone) Small Business { } Veteran Owned Small Business (VOSB) { } Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) (b) Submit the total combined percentage of work to be performed by both large and small businesses (include the percentage of work to be performed both by Prime and Subcontractors): Example: If Prime proposes a price of $1,000,000 (including all options), and small business(es) will provide $250,000 in services/supplies as a prime or subcontractor, the % planned for small businesses is 25%; and 75% for large business equaling 100%. Total Percentage planned for Large Business(es) _______% or $ _______ Total Percentage planned for Small Business(es) _______% or $ _______ _______% Total $________ Must =100% Must = Total Value of the Contract (c) Please indicate the total percentage and/or total dollars of participation to be performed by each type of subcategory small business. The percentage of work performed by Small Businesses that qualify in multiple small business categories may be counted in each category: Example: Victory Prop Mgt (WOSB and SDVOSB) performing 2%; and Williams Group (SDB, HubZone Small Business and WOSB) performing 3%. Results equate to: SDB 3%; HubZone 3%; WOSB 5%; SDVOSB 2%; VOSB 2%;). SDVOSBs are also VOSBs automatically; however VOSBs are not automatically SDVOSBs. Small Disadvantaged Business _______% or $ _______ HUB Zone Small Business _______% or $ _______ Woman Owned Small Business _______% or $ _______ Service Disabled Veteran Owned SB _______% or $ _______ Veteran Owned Small Business _______% or $ _______ HBCU /MI _______% or $ _______ (d) List principle supplies/services to be performed by Small Businesses: Example: If a Small Business qualifies also as a WOSB and a SDVOSB, and you can add them to each category below in which they qualify. Name of Company Type of Service/Supply Small Business (SB): ____________________ ___________________________ ____________________ ___________________________ ____________________ ___________________________ Small Disadvantaged Business (SDB): ____________________ ___________________________ ____________________ ___________________________ ____________________ ___________________________ Women-Owned Small Business (WOSB): ____________________ ___________________________ ____________________ ___________________________ ____________________ ___________________________ Historically Underutilized Business Zone (HUB Zone): ____________________ ___________________________ ____________________ ___________________________ ____________________ ___________________________ Veteran Owned Small Business (VOSB): ____________________ ___________________________ ____________________ ___________________________ ____________________ ___________________________ Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVO): ____________________ ___________________________ ____________________ ___________________________ ____________________ ___________________________ Historically Black Colleges and Universities and Minority Institutions (HBCU/MI): ____________________ ___________________________ ____________________ ___________________________ ____________________ ___________________________ (e) Describe the extent of commitment to use small businesses (for example, what types of commitments if any, are in place for this specific acquisition either - small business prime, written contract, verbal, enforceable, non-enforceable, joint venturing, mentor-prot g , etc.) ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Additional Important Note for Other Than U.S. Small Businesses ONLY. IAW FAR 52.219-9, if a large business is selected for a contract it must submit acceptable subcontracting plans to be eligible for award. Those firms required to submit subcontracting plans are expected to conduct market research to determine appropriate subcontracting goals. A subcontracting plan is separate from the Small Business Participation plan and must meet the requirements of FAR 52.219-9 and DFARS 252.219-7003 (or DFARS 252.219-7004 if the offeror has a comprehensive subcontracting plan). SUBCONTRACTING PLANS SHALL REFLECT AND BE CONSISTENT WITH THE TOTAL CONTRACT DOLLAR COMMITMENTS OFFERED IN THE SMALL BUSINESS PARTICIPATION PLAN Ample opportunity will exist for subcontracting with all types of small businesses including SDB, WOSB, HZ, and SDVOSB firms. By providing subcontracting opportunities to small business, the large businesses both formally and informally mentor these businesses by helping them gain experience and increase their ability to perform at a higher level. This in turn helps the small business grow as a company and independently compete for larger projects as prime contractors or upper tier subcontractors. (7) Geographic Proximity to SWD. Location of the firm in general geographical area of the Southwestern Division (SWD); and (8) Volume of DoD Contract Awards During Previous 12 Months. Volume of DoD contract awards in the last 12 months. The volume of DoD contract awards during the previous 12 months will be considered for equitable distribution of Department of Defense Architect Engineer contracts among qualified Architect-Engineer firms including small and small disadvantaged business firms, and firms that have not had prior Department of Defense Contracts. 4. SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS: Submittals should be sent to U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Attn: Ms. Brenda Anderson, 1645 South 101st East Avenue, CECT-SWT-E, Tulsa, OK 74128-4609, no later than 2:00 pm, CST on 15 July 2014. All questions must be submitted through the Bidders Inquiry System. Instructions for the Bidders Inquiry System and the deadline for submission of any inquiries will be provided via separate document entitled: Inquiries-Offerors Questions and Comments use of Bidders Inquiry. (a) Interested firms having the capabilities and qualifications to perform this work must submit one original with CD-ROM of the SF 330 (6/2004 Edition) including Parts I and II as described herein and four hard copies with CD-ROM of the SF 330 submittal, to the above address not later than 2:00 p.m. (Central Time) on the response date above. The date and time are strictly enforced and late packages will not be considered. Late proposal rules found in FAR 15.208 will be followed for late submittals. Solicitation packages are not provided. The SF 330 should be complete and specifically address the requirements of this announcement. Functions to be subcontracted shall be clearly identified by subcontractor or entity and their office location (specify the address of the office and key person that is assigned there). (b) Responding firms must submit a copy of the originally signed, or current (signed within the past 12 months), and accurate SF 330, Part II for the specific prime, other offices of the prime, and subcontractor offices proposed to perform the work even if an SF 330, Part II is already on file. SF 330, Part II shall be provided for the specific prime, other offices of the prime, and subcontractor offices proposed to perform the work. All Part IIs MUST be signed with original signature or facsimile of the original signature (signed within the past 3 years is required) and dated. A copy of a signed/dated Part II is acceptable. Although firms are encouraged to update their SF 330 Part II at least annually, older ones (up to 3 years old in accordance with FAR 36.603(d)(5)) will still be considered by the board. However, a firm may be recommended as not qualified or ranked low if missing, confusing, conflicting, obsolete or obscure information prevents a board from reasonably determining that a firm demonstrates certain required qualifications. Indicate in Block 5b of each Part II if the firm is a Large Business, Small Business, HubZone, Service Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business, or Woman-Owned Small Business. To be classified as a small business, a firm's average annual receipts or sales for the preceding three fiscal years must not exceed $14 million. (c) Submit only one SF 330, Part I from the Prime for the design team, completed in accordance with the SF 330 instructions and additional instructions herein. It must contain information in sufficient detail to identify the team (prime, other offices of the prime, and consultants) proposed for the contract. The A-E shall not include company literature with the SF 330. (d) In block No. 4 Part II provide the Data Universal Numbering System (DUNS) number issued by Dun and Bradstreet Information System (1/866-705-5711) for the prime A-E or Joint Venture. The DUNS number must be for the firm or joint venture performing the work (i.e. not the parent DUNS number, but a DUNS number specifically for the office performing the work. (e) In Section C of the SF 330, Part I, identify the discipline/service to be supplied by the Prime, Prime Branch offices as applicable, and each consultant. Provide brief resumes in Section E of the on-staff or consultant employees you intend to use to perform the work. Resumes must be submitted for each employee required to meet the minimums stated above in paragraph 3b. Resumes shall not exceed one page. (f) In Section F, a maximum of 10 projects for the total proposed Team (including the prime and consultants) shall be provided. Use no more than one page per project. (g) In Section G, block 26, along with the name, include the firm and office location the person is associated with. The names of all individuals included in the resumes in Section E shall be listed in Block G-26 along with their firm location and their roles even if example project experience in Block G-28 is not applicable. Also include Team Project Organization Chart in Part I, Section D indicating how each firm on the proposed team (prime, applicable prime branch offices, and each subcontractor as identified in Part I, Section C) integrates into the composite team. (h) In Section H, of the SF 330, Part I, provide a narrative to address each of the requirements, including subparagraphs, of items listed in Section 3, Selection Criteria, of this announcement. (i) In Section H, Part I, SF 330, firms must show their last 12 months DoD contract awards stated in dollars (see 3(e) above), provide an itemized summary of DoD awards to include Agency Contract Number/Task Order No. DoD awards shall be shown in an itemized summary including Agency, Contract Number/Task Order No., Project Title, and Award Amount dollars. Include a total of all listed awards. Note that award of Indefinite Delivery Contracts should not be counted as award amounts; only actual Task Orders and any modifications thereto should be included in the amounts. When addressing Team capabilities, clarify planned capability, existing capability, and prior experiences, if any. Include any other relevant information including a short discussion of why the firm is especially qualified based upon the specific selection criteria listed in Section 3. (j) In Section H, Part I, SF 330, generally, describe the firm's Quality Management Plan (QMP). A project-specific detailed QMP must be prepared and approved by the Government as a condition of contract award, but is not required with this submission. Indicate the estimated percentage involvement of each firm on the proposed team. Do not exceed twenty pages for Section H. Front and back side use of a single page will count as 2 pages, and use no smaller than 11 font type using Times New Roman. Pages in excess of the maximums list will be discarded and not used in evaluation of the selection criteria. Foldouts are not allowed and shall not be considered. (k) Personal visits to discuss this announcement will not be allowed. (l) Solicitation packages are not provided for A-E contracts and no additional project information will be given to firms during the announcement period. Facsimile transmissions will not be accepted. Points of Contact: Contracting - Brenda Anderson (918) 669-7274. This is not a request for proposal. In accordance with FAR clause 52.219-14 Limitations on Subcontracting for services, quote mark At least 50 percent of the cost of contract performance incurred for personnel shall be expended for employees of the concern. quote mark
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