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Electrical Services

Department of Labor, Employment Training Administration | Published July 25, 2015  -  Deadline August 14, 2015
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SCOPE OF WORK ID #: LRJC2015-0019 ELECTRICAL SERVICES This is a Procurement Opportunity with Adams and Associates and the Little Rock Job Corps Center and not the Federal Government. Adams and Associates, Inc., contracting for the U.S. Department of Labor the operation of the Little Rock Job Corps Center - a 237 student residential training facility located at 6900 Scott Hamilton Drive, Little Rock, AR 72209, is currently soliciting written bids for Electrical Services. All quotes should be submitted in writing to the Purchasing Department by Friday August 14, 2015 at 3:00 pm. Quotes received after the deadline and/or without all requested documentation applying to your company will not be considered. Submit written bid on vendor letterhead and included solicitation ID# LRJC2015-0019 at the top of each page. Vendor is to return written bid and put company name at the top of each page, vendor paperwork, and all licenses for doing business in the State of Arkansas, all employee licenses required for performing work in the state of Arkansas, Certificate of Liability insurance and list of references if no past experience with Center. The period of performance is October 1, 2015 to September 30, 2016 with a one (1) 6-month option period from October 1, 2016 to March 31, 2017. Project Description: Electrical Services Submitted bid will show a minimum breakdown as follows: •· Cost per hour - non emergency •· Cost per hour - emergency •· Cost per hour - overtime/after hours •· Trip Charge •· Printed name and Signature of authorized person submitting bid Bids, vendor questionnaire, W9, Liability Insurance, Authority to Commit and all licensures needed to do business may be faxed to 501-618-2595, Attn: Lydia Stout, Purchasing Department; email to: stout.lydia@jobcorps.org; or mailed to Little Rock Job Corps Center Attn: Lydia Stout SOW # LRJC2015-011 6900 Scott Hamilton Dr. Little Rock, AR 72209 If your quote deviates from the specifications in any way, such exceptions must be noted on bid sheet. If unable to quote, please indicate "No Bid" and return bid package to us. Adams and Associated, Inc. reserves the right to reject any bids and select the bid deemed most responsible. Bidders should be aware of bid requirements for federally funded projects and act accordingly. Bidders are placed on notice that this is a competitive bid process and cost is an important face. Overall low bid does not constitute bid award. Evaluation Criteria will be based on: •1. Cost 60% •2. Quality 20% •3. Past Performance 10% •4. Schedule 10% Little Rock Job Corps Center is a federally funded facility and entitled to GSA pricing. Payment terms are Net 30 days from date of invoice. Vendor is required to show number of hours billed and hourly rate on invoice, list of materials used to complete service and provide certified payroll records with invoice. Vendor is to provide signed work order with billing invoice that include BPA number and shows time and material used for each request. All wages are to be paid per Davis Bacon for construction subcontracts over $2,000.00, see attached, and subject to the Service Contract Act for services up to $2,500. Freight, fuel surcharge or handling charge, if any, must be noted on bid or charges will not be paid if invoiced. All questions regarding the Invitation to Bid and/or scope of work must be submitted in writing to: stout.lydia@jobcorps.org. No phone call will be accepted. Vendor is to note on bid sheet if item is a green or recycled item. Vendor will consult with Facilities Manager or Purchasing Agent to agree on estimated time and materials to perform work. Vendor shall hold all licenses necessary to do business in the State of Arkansas and provides copies of all licenses with bid package. Center Rules and Requirements Center Regulations: Vendor and his employees shall abide by all of the Center's rules and regulations. There shall be no fraternization between contractor personnel and Job Corps Center students or personnel. The Contractor will be required to follow all Center safety and security requirements including searches entering or leaving the Center. Deliveries: The Contractor shall clear all deliveries with the Center's Security Personnel.

Z--Prairie Creek Replace Water & Electrical Lines, Beaver Lake, Rogers, AR

Department of the Army, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers | Published January 30, 2015
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The work consists of the replacing the existing water lines and the existing electrical lines at Prairie Creek Park, which is located within the boundaries of the Beaver Project Office.

Electrical Circuits

Department of Labor, Employment Training Administration | Published April 28, 2016  -  Deadline June 3, 2016
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    This is a Procurement Opportunity with Adams and Associates at the Little Rock Job Corps Center and not with the Federal Government.       Scope of Work for: Electrical Circuits     Little Rock Job Corps Center 6900 Scott Hamilton Drive Little Rock, AR 72209   Operated by Adams and Associates, Inc. For the U.S. Department of Labor                                             Prepared by: Lydia Stout Purchasing Agent Little Rock Job Corps Center Scope of Work ID: LR16-006 Table of Contents I.             General............................................................................................................................... 3 II.           Construction Requirements.............................................................................................. 3 A.      Codes........................................................................................................................... 3 B.      Specific Requirements................................................................................................. 4 C.      Special Conditions....................................................................................................... 5 D.      Schedules and Delays.................................................................................................. 6 III.         Bid Requirements.............................................................................................................. 7 IV.         Evaluation Criteria............................................................................................................ 8 V.           Acceptance of Work.......................................................................................................... 8 A.      Substantial Completion............................................................................................... 8 B.      Final Inspection........................................................................................................... 9 VI.         Extent of Work.................................................................................................................. 9 VII.       Wage Determination........................................................................................................ 11     •I.       General   Owner: US Department of Labor (DOL)   Center Operator: Adams and Associates, Inc. Mailing Address: Little Rock Job Corps Center 6900 Scott Hamilton Drive Little Rock, AR 72209 Site Visit: May 18, 2016  10:00 AM Proposal Due Date: June 3, 2016 4:00 PM Submission of Proposals: Little Rock Job Corps Center Attn: Lydia Stout, Purchasing Agent stout.lydia@jobcorps.org Fax: 501-618-2595   The only Bids that will be considered will be from vendors who attend the mandatory bid conference on the day and time specified above.   Project Summary:  NAICS Code: 238210   Provide labor, materials, permits and inspection to provide additional circuits and to replace inadequate switches in various buildings to install explosion-proof light switches.   •II.    Construction Requirements   •A.    Codes   •1.      The contractor will conform to all applicable state and local codes, ordinances, and regulations including the national building code commonly used in the area. •2.      All conflicts and requests for interpretation or clarification shall be submitted to the Little Rock Job Corps Center. •3.      All work shall conform to the current regulations of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).  The regulations of the Arkansas shall prevail if they are more stringent than those of the Federal Government are. •4.      The contractor shall not submit plans or specifications to any local authority without the prior approval of the Little Rock Job Corps Center Director or designated representative. •5.      As required by FAR 52.222-41(g), it is a requirement of the subcontractor to inform each employee working under the subcontract of the minimum wage determination. The poster provided by the Department of Labor (Publication WH 1313) is to be posted at the worksite.         •B.     Specific Requirements   •1.      Prior to submitting a bid, the prospective bidder must visit the site and become thoroughly familiar with all pertinent conditions that are included in this Scope of Work.  The prospective bidder must take such steps as may be necessary to ascertain the nature and condition of the work, and the general and local conditions, which can affect the work or cost thereof.  Failure to do so shall not relieve bidders from the responsibility for estimating properly the difficulty or cost of successfully performing the work. Arrangements must be made with the center prior to inspecting the site. •2.      A pre-bid walk-through will be conducted at the project site with all interested contractors prior to the bid opening date.  At that time, questions related to the areas of work can be presented and discussed with the center.  This site pre-bid conference and walk-through is mandatory and if you desire to submit a proposal you must attend. No other accommodations will be made. •3.      Any proposed interruption to center operations during construction must have prior approval from the U. S Department of Labor Contracting Officer after a minimum of 72-hour notice.  The center and its buildings shall remain in operation throughout construction.  All construction activity and contractor access shall be coordinated with the center in order to minimize disruption of center operations.  No work will be performed on weekends unless the contractor receives prior approval in writing from the Contracting Officer. •4.      Although this Scope of Work identifies specific elements of construction, it is the contractor's responsibility to provide any elements, which are incidental to the functioning of the work to be provided.  It is not intended that other deficiencies that are not related to the work identified in Section V of this Scope be corrected.  The contractor shall limit its efforts only to the work that has been identified (including affected areas) in this Scope of Work. •5.      As-built construction drawings may not be available.  The contractor is required to familiarize himself with the existing conditions affecting the work through site verification. The contractor will be responsible for verification of all dimensions, layout, and conditions in and around the construction area involved. The contractor shall inform the center immediately of any unforeseen conditions, which may affect the work. •6.      A pre-construction meeting shall be held at the center after execution of the agreement and prior to commencement of the work. Those in attendance shall include the Maintenance Manager or designated representative, the contractor and major sub-contractors. The meeting agenda shall include significant items, which could affect the progress, construction schedule, critical sequencing, use of premises, and policies governing interaction with center staff and students. •7.      For work scheduling, the contractor shall provide a sequenced construction schedule to the center for approval no later than 10 days after he receives a Notice to Proceed (NTP) indicating the areas he desires and the periods he requires them vacant in order to perform his work. •8.      All materials, finishes and appurtenances shall be selected for their ease of maintenance, high durability, and local availability; and shall be coordinated with those currently used by the center.  Restoration of damaged elements or surfaces shall be promptly executed in like materials, as a part of this contract. •9.      The contractor shall be responsible for all cutting and patching incidental to the work described herein.  The contractor shall promptly repair/replace any damage to structures, elements, utilities, finishes, etc., occurring due to construction, as a part of this contract. •10.  The contractor shall maintain a clean and safe work area throughout the period of construction.  The contractor shall, at the end of each workday, remove all demolition debris and hazardous and potentially dangerous materials used in the work.  The contractor shall collect construction material and debris frequently, dispose of debris, and refuse away from the center in a lawful manner.  The contractor shall clean the exterior public areas impacted by construction dust, dirt and debris on a daily basis.  The contractor shall be responsible for all fees, permits, etc., required for waste disposal. •11.  The contractor shall be responsible for receiving, storing, and securing of all materials, equipment and other items to be used in accomplishing the work.  The contractor shall be responsible for all equipment and materials brought onto the center and shall replace damaged or stolen items at its expense. •12.  The contractor and all persons employed under the contract: •a.       Shall observe all security regulations in effect at the center; •b.      Shall not fraternize with the students or staff of the center; •c.       Shall not consume or transport any alcoholic beverages or drugs on the center; •d.      Shall not transport any firearms on the center •e.       Persons violating the above shall be dealt with in an appropriate manner. •13.  The contractor shall be required to be licensed by the appropriate authority in the area to conduct the required contractual work.  •14.  The contractor will coordinate with the center for locations of staging areas, and vehicle parking. Electricity will be made available by the center. Connections to existing power shall be by the contractor. Following completion, the contractor shall return the site conditions to their original state.   •C.    Special Conditions   •1.      Acceptance of "As Is" conditions Prior to performing any work at or on an existing center element, the contractor shall tour that element with the designated representative of the center for the purpose of defining the limits of his work area and establishing existing conditions. Once the center and the contractor agree on the "As Is" condition the contractor may take possession of that element for the purpose of performing the work. He shall protect all existing items within the work limits, which are not specifically part of the work in the Contract and, at the completion of his work shall restore as necessary the work area to the "As Is" condition agreed to with the center prior to commencement of the work.  If there is concern that the work area contains damaged elements that might appear as damage caused by the prosecution of the work, the contractor shall document the damage through memo or video tape the work area and provide a copy to the center prior to commencing any work.  The center may make its own video of conditions, if desired.   •2.      Contractors' possession of the work Once the contractor accepts the work area(s) and the "As Is" conditions (item 1 above), he/she is responsible for protecting and insuring everything within the work area against damage and harm. Only when the center executes a substantial completion certificate for the work completed in a specific work area will the contractor be relieved of responsibility for the protection of that work area.   •D.    Schedules and Delays   •1.      The contractor shall, upon acceptance of his proposal by the center, perform the work in accordance with the Scope of Work, and start work within fourteen (14) days of issue of Notice to Proceed (NTP) by the center.  All work, including punch list items, shall be completed within the prescribed period after written NTP. •2.      The contractor shall immediately notify the center of any expected delays in the acquisition of materials, which may delay the completion of the project. Should this impact the approved construction sequence schedule (item II.B.7 above) the contractor shall adjust the schedule and resubmit it for center approval. No extensions in time will be granted unless the modified schedule is approved by the center.   •III. Bid Requirements   •1.      Each bidder shall submit a bid based upon Part VI - Extent of Work that includes reference to the project listed in this scope of work. Any variations from the base scope of work are to be noted as distinctly separate from the base bid. •2.      Bids shall be submitted for the work as a basis for the contract.  The prospective bidder shall submit a bid for a Single Lump Sum Contract. •3.      The bid shall include all labor, material, and equipment costs, and all incidental costs necessary to complete the work. •4.      The contractor must include with his/her proposal, certification that he/she will conform to the latest Davis-Bacon Wage Rate decisions for the area. See section VII for wage determination. •5.      Contractor must provide a timeline for substantial completion in their proposals. •6.      A minimum 90-day bid guarantee is required. •7.      This project is tax-exempt. •8.      Prior to starting any work, the contractor shall show proof of required insurance, in amounts to cover risk as stated below: •·         Comprehensive Automobile Liability Insurance ( $1,000,000 combined single limit) •·         Workers Compensation / Liability Insurance ($1,000,000 per occurrence) •·         Fire Legal Liability of at least $500,000 per occurrence. •·         Fire Legal Liability of at least $500,000 per occurrence.   •9.      Final Bid Proposal shall be typed and submitted on official Company letterhead and must include the following: •·         Scope of Work ID#, Project Description, Project Specific Requirements, Lump Sum Cost •·         A list of materials (Eco-sensitive materials should be identified) to include a list of any reused parts, equipment or conduit, and material safety data sheets (MSDS) proposed for use, if any •·         References •·         Copies of all Insurance Certificates •·         Copy of all licenses and certifications relevant to this proposal •·         Proof of a valid Contractor's License for the State of Arkansas •·         Completed  Vendor Questionnaire (with DUNS# if available) and W9 •·         Small Business Certification, if any   •10.  Net 30 payment terms   •IV. Evaluation Criteria   Evaluation Criteria Point Value Price: Responsible Contractor who can perform effective services at the lowest reasonable price. 60 Quality: Demonstrated experience and knowledge capabilities; Technical Excellence; Management Capabilities; Personnel qualification; Quality of the Tender packages; Technical excellence including where necessary, technical drawings, blue prints. 20 Past Performance:  Past services to center or list of references for verification purposes. 10 Schedule:  Explanation on how services will be carried out and the delivery timeframe. 10 TOTAL POINTS 100   Award will be made to the offeror who provides Best Value to the Center when all Evaluation Criteria are considered. Lowest Price does not guarantee award of Sub Contract.Adams and Associates retains the right to reject any and all bids. •V.    Acceptance of Work   •A.    Substantial Completion   •1.      Substantial completion of the work is defined herein as the point at which the work is complete in all respects except for a few minor items which are to be listed on the contractor's punch list. With the issuance of a substantial completion certificate executed by the center and the contractor, the center will occupy/take possession of the work and operate the installed systems/equipment. Prior to the issuance of an executed substantial completion certificate the contractor shall have had all tests completed, witnessed and approved by the center's authorized representative. The provision of all required training, operating and maintenance manuals, keys and other such requirements specified in this Scope of Work shall be a prerequisite to the contractor's notification requesting a substantial completion walk-through. •2.      The contractor shall notify the center in writing at least seven (7) days prior to the estimated date of substantial completion and request a substantial completion walk-through.  The letter shall include a dated punch list as developed by the contractor.  The purpose of the walk-through is to review the contractor's list for accuracy and to identify any additional items needing completion prior to final acceptance.  The contractor, shall, upon receipt of a substantial completion punch list, correct his work as required within fourteen (14) days or until acceptable to the center.  The Contracting Officer and/or the designated representative shall perform the substantial completion walk-through.

Z--Prairie Creek Water & Electrical Line Replacement, Beaver Lake, White River Basin, Benton County, AR

Department of the Army, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers | Published November 21, 2014  -  Deadline December 9, 2014
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The Little Rock District Corps of Engineers intends to issue Solicitation W9127S-15-R-0004 for a firm- fixed price, construction contract, for Prairie Creek Park, to Replace Water & Electrical Lines. The work consists of the replacing the existing water lines and the existing electrical lines at Prairie Creek Park which is located within the boundaries of the Beaver Project Office. Contractor shall fully purchase, excavate, install and connect the cables, conduits, wiring at the designated campsites of Prairie Creek Park. Government approval of the services rendered by contractor for the installation of new water lines and new electrical lines include overview of layout of the water system, electrical wiring and controls at Prairie Creek Park. This solicitation will be issued as a Total Small Business Set-Aside via the Army's Single Face to Industry Website (ASFI), on or about 08 Dec 14. The North American Industrial Classification System (NAICS) Code is 237110; the applicable Small Business Size Standard is $36.5 Million. The estimated magnitude of construction is between $500,000 and $1,000,000.00. System for Award Management (SAM) and Annual Representations and Certifications (ORCA), as required by FAR 4.1102, apply to this procurement. Prospective contractors must be registered in SAM prior to award. Lack of registration in the SAM database will make a bidder ineligible for award. Information on SAM registration & ORCA can be obtained at https://www.sam.gov .

Electrical Components

Department of the Army, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers | Published April 1, 2016  -  Deadline March 21, 2016
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Electrical Transformers, Panels and Miscellaneous Components

Department of the Army, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers | Published August 10, 2016  -  Deadline August 25, 2016
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59--MISCELLANEOUS ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS

Department of the Army, Army Contracting Command | Published May 29, 2015
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Z--Repair Electrical Panels, Building 208

Department of the Army, Army Contracting Command | Published March 13, 2015  -  Deadline May 13, 2015
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This pre-solicitation synopsis is notice regarding solicitation W52P1J-15-R-5006 for demolition of current 2400 volt system along with the existing 2400 volt transformers and the existing 120/240 volt panel boards in Building 208 on the Rock Island Arsenal, Rock Island, IL. Connect twenty new transformers to existing 480 volt bus ducts, twenty one new panel boards, and replace existing panel boards. This requirement will be a total small business set aside, NAICS code 238210. PLEASE NOTE, THIS IS NOT A SOLICITATION, this is a pre-solicitation synopsis indicating that a solicitation should be forthcoming. This solicitation is expected to be posted on or around 30 March 2015. The goal of this project is to properly demolish current system and connect new panel boards in Building 208 on the Rock Island Arsenal in accordance to the scope of work that will be provided at the time of the solicitation. The total estimated magnitude of this project is $500,000 - $1,000,000.

Social Security Administration (SSA) 1st Floor Office Renovations, Federal Office Building Little Rock, AR

General Services Administration, Public Buildings Service (PBS) | Published June 27, 2013  -  Deadline July 30, 2013
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The General Services Administration (GSA) Greater Southwest Region is seeking sources for Construction Services to perform the renovations to the Social Security Administration (SSA) First Floor Offices, located in the Federal Office Building, 700 W. Capital Ave, Little Rock, AR. Work to include selective demolition of existing walls, doors, interior windows, miscellaneous interior finishes; lay-in ceilings, electrical and HVAC. Work shall also include the installation of new partition walls, ceilings, interior doors, interview windows, floor finishes, electrical, data and HVAC work. The project will require work to be performed within an occupied Federal Office Building while minimizing disruptions to the operations of the existing facility. The estimated cost range for all work is between $500,000.00 and $1,000,000.00. This Solicitation is Set Aside for Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Businesses (SDVOSB) in accordance with FAR Part 19. Work to be performed under the contemplated contract will be within the North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) Code 236220 with a size standard of $35.5 Million. All offerors are advised that this project may be revised or canceled at any time during the, solicitation, selection, evaluation, negotiation, and final award. The Pre-Solicitation/Site Visit is scheduled for 11:45, July 10, 2013 at The Little Rock Federal Building. All potential offerors are urged and expected to attend. The solicitation will close on July 30, 2013. Access to the attached Drawings and Specifications will be made to those vendors who submit a request via FedBizOpps Explicit Access Request, review the attached PBS Directive 3490.1A and submitt a completed Request for Construction Documents Exhibit to the Contract Specialist, Stephan Harris via email at Stephan.Harris@qsa.gov. Once the documents are received an email will be sent to the vendor authorizing access to the documents. To be eligible for contract award responding firms must be registered in the System for Award Management (SAM) and the Department of Labor's VETS-100 Database. Information concerning SAM requirements may be viewed via internet at https://www.sam.gov. Information concerning VETS-100 requirements may be viewed via the internet at https://webapps.dol.gov/vets100.

Electric Carts, 24 volt, two passenger, three wheeled vehicles

Department of the Army, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers | Published July 25, 2016
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Recondition & Retrofit Breakers in Sub Panel #2

General Services Administration, Public Buildings Service (PBS) | Published May 1, 2014  -  Deadline June 2, 2014
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The General Services Administration (GSA) Greater Southwest Region is soliciting sources for Construction Services. The project consists of the Retrofit and Reconditioning of the Breakers in Sub-Panel # 2 in the Federal Office Building, 700 W. Capitol Ave, Little Rock, AR The required work includes furnishing of supervision, labor, materials, supplies, tools, and equipment (unless otherwise noted) and shall plan, schedule, coordinate and assure effective performance to assure the effective removal, reconditioning, solid state retrofitting, and reinstallation of (2) GE, 3000 AF, AK-2-75-1; Electrically Operated, Draw-out Breakers and (4) GE, 1600 AF, AK-2-50-1; Manually Operated, Draw-out Breakers, on Sub Panel#2. The estimated cost range for all work is between $100,000.00 and $250,000.00. This procurement will be Set-Aside for Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business Concerns. Work to be performed under the contemplated contract will be within the North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) Code 238210 (Electrical Contractors) with a size standard of $14 Million. All offerors are advised that this project may be revised or canceled at any time during the, solicitation, selection, evaluation, negotiation, and final award. See the attached documents for the solicitation and other pertinent requirements for the solicitation and proposal submission. The pre-proposal conference/site visit is scheduled for 10:00 a.m., May 14, 2014 at the Federal Office Building in Little Rock, AR. All potential offerors are urged and expected to attend the site visit. It is anticipated that this project will take approximately 180 calendar days to complete. Any award resulting from this solicitation will be based on a source selection employing the Lowest Price Technically Acceptable methodology. This solicitation will close on June 2, 2014. To be eligible for contract award responding firms must be registered in the System for Award Management (SAM) and the Department of Labor's VETS-100 Database. Information concerning SAM requirements may be viewed via internet athttps://www.sam.gov. Information concerning VETS-100 requirements may be viewed via the internet at https://webapps.dol.gov/vets100. Any questions regarding this solicitation should be directed to the Contracting Officer whose number and email address appears herein.

Locksmith Services

Department of Labor, Employment Training Administration | Published August 11, 2015  -  Deadline August 21, 2015
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SCOPE OF WORK ID #: LRJC2015-0029 LOCKSMITH SERVICES This is a Procurement Opportunity with Adams and Associates and the Little Rock Job Corps Center and not the Federal Government. Adams and Associates, Inc., contracting for the U.S. Department of Labor the operation of the Little Rock Job Corps Center - a 237 student residential training facility located at 6900 Scott Hamilton Drive, Little Rock, AR 72209, is currently soliciting written bids for Electrical Services. All quotes should be submitted in writing to the Purchasing Department by Friday August 21, 2015 at 3:00 pm. Quotes received after the deadline and/or without all requested documentation applying to your company will not be considered. Submit written bid on vendor letterhead and included solicitation ID# LRJC2015-0029 at the top of each page. Vendor is to return written bid and put company name at the top of each page, vendor paperwork, and all licenses for doing business in the State of Arkansas, all employee licenses required for performing work in the state of Arkansas, Certificate of Liability insurance and list of references if no past experience with Center. The period of performance is October 1, 2015 to September 30, 2016 with a one (1) 6-month option period from October 1, 2016 to March 31, 2017. Project Description: Electrical Services Submitted bid will show a minimum breakdown as follows: • Cost per hour - non emergency • Cost per hour - emergency • Cost per hour - overtime/after hours • Trip Charge • Printed name and Signature of authorized person submitting bid. Bids, vendor questionnaire, W9, Liability Insurance, Authority to Commit and all licensures needed to do business may be faxed to 501-618-2595, Attn: Lydia Stout, Purchasing Department; email to: stout.lydia@jobcorps.org; or mailed to Little Rock Job Corps Center Attn: Lydia Stout SOW # LRJC2015-011 6900 Scott Hamilton Dr. Little Rock, AR 72209 If your quote deviates from the specifications in any way, such exceptions must be noted on bid sheet. If unable to quote, please indicate "No Bid" and return bid package to us. Adams and Associated, Inc. reserves the right to reject any bids and select the bid deemed most responsible. Bidders should be aware of bid requirements for federally funded projects and act accordingly. Bidders are placed on notice that this is a competitive bid process and cost is an important face. Overall low bid does not constitute bid award. Evaluation Criteria will be based on: 1. Cost 60% 2. Quality 20% 3. Past Performance 10% 4. Schedule 10% Little Rock Job Corps Center is a federally funded facility and entitled to GSA pricing. Payment terms are Net 30 days from date of invoice. Vendor is required to show number of hours billed and hourly rate on invoice, list of materials used to complete service and provide certified payroll records with invoice. Vendor is to provide signed work order with billing invoice that include BPA number and shows time and material used for each request. All wages are to be paid per Davis Bacon for construction subcontracts over $2,000.00, see attached, and subject to the Service Contract Act for services up to $2,500. Freight, fuel surcharge or handling charge, if any, must be noted on bid or charges will not be paid if invoiced. All questions regarding the Invitation to Bid and/or scope of work must be submitted in writing to: stout.lydia@jobcorps.org. No phone call will be accepted. Vendor is to note on bid sheet if item is a green or recycled item. Vendor will consult with Facilities Manager or Purchasing Agent to agree on estimated time and materials to perform work. Vendor shall hold all licenses necessary to do business in the State of Arkansas and provides copies of all licenses with bid package. Center Rules and Requirements Center Regulations: Vendor and his employees shall abide by all of the Center's rules and regulations. There shall be no fraternization between contractor personnel and Job Corps Center students or personnel. The Contractor will be required to follow all Center safety and security requirements including searches entering or leaving the Center. Deliveries: The Contractor shall clear all deliveries with the Center's Security Personnel.

Simplified Acquisition Base Engineer Requirements( SABER)

Department of the Air Force, Air Mobility Command | Published September 30, 2015
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•• The LRAFB SABER contract is a Firm Fixed Price single award, indefinite delivery-indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract, Base year, plus four option years, incorporating specific construction specifications and conditions applicable to individual delivery orders awarded and priced utilizing R.S. Means pricing criteria. Efforts include: Work includes, but not be limited to tasks in various trades such as design, drafting, heating and cooling work, electrical work, plumbing work, carpentry work, pavement work, roofing, demolition, masonry, welding, excavation, landscaping, interior finishes, millwork, etc. Requirements Owner: Little Rock AFB Civil Engineering Squadron (CES)

39--Electric Walkie/Reacher/Stacker Forklift

Department of the Army, FedBid | Published September 24, 2015
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Interior Lighting

Department of Labor, Employment Training Administration | Published July 29, 2015  -  Deadline August 28, 2015
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This is a Procurement Opportunity with Adams & Associates, Inc. at the Little Rock Job Corps Center and not with the Federal Government. Construction Scope of Work for Interior Lighting Little Rock Job Corps Center 6900 Scott Hamilton Dr. Little Rock, AR 72209 Operated by Adams and Associates, Inc. For U.S. Department of Labor Prepared by: Lydia Stout Purchasing Agent Little Rock Job Corps Center Scope of Work ID: LR-SOW-LRJC15-003 Table of Contents I. General 3 II. Construction Requirements 3 A. Codes 3 B. Specific Requirements 4 C. Special Conditions 5 D. Schedules and Delays 6 III. Bid Requirements 6 IV. Evaluation Criteria 8 V. Acceptance of Work 8 A. Substantial Completion 8 B. Final Inspection 9 VI. Extent of Work 9 A. Preconstruction Requirements 9 B. Demolition Activities 9 C. Construction Activities 9 VII. Wage Determination 10 I. GENERAL Owner: US Department of Labor (DOL) Employment and Training Administration Center Operator: Adams and Associates, Inc. Mailing Address: Little Rock Job Corps Center 6900 Scott Hamilton Dr. Little Rock, AR 72209 Site Visit August 14, 2015 - 10:00 AM Proposal Due Date: August 28, 2015 - 3:00 PM Submission of Proposals: Little Rock Job Corps Center Attn: Lydia Stout Stout.Lydia@jobcorps.org Fax: 501-618-2595 The only Bids that will be considered will be from vendors who attend the mandatory bid conference on the day and time specified above. Lighting Fixtures Project Summary: NAICS Code: 238210 Provide labor and materials to replace 272 recessed reading lights (Juno TC1 housing) mounted above the beds in buildings 6922 and 6926. The project will be performed at the Little Rock Job Corps Center, 6900 Scott Hamilton Dr., Little Rock, AR 72209, Deficiency #91569 and Deficiency # 91570. II. CONSTRUCTION REQUIREMENTS A. CODES 1. The contractor will conform to all applicable state and local codes, ordinances, and regulations including the national building code commonly used in the area. 2. All conflicts and requests for interpretation or clarification shall be submitted to the Little Rock Job Corps Center. 3. All work shall conform to the current regulations of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). The regulations of the State of Arkansas shall prevail if they are more stringent than those of the Federal Government are. 4. The contractor shall not submit plans or specifications to any local authority without the prior approval of the Little Rock Job Corps Center Director (Contracting Officer) or designated representative. 5. It is a requirement of the subcontractor to inform each employee working under the subcontract of the minimum wage determination. The poster provided by the Department of Labor (Publication WH 1313) is to be posted at the worksite. B. SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS 1. Prior to submitting a bid, the prospective bidder must visit the site and become thoroughly familiar with all pertinent conditions that are included in this Scope of Work. The prospective bidder must take such steps as may be necessary to ascertain the nature and condition of the work, and the general and local conditions, which can affect the work or cost thereof. Failure to do so shall not relieve bidders from the responsibility for estimating properly the difficulty or cost of successfully performing the work. Arrangements must be made with the center prior to inspecting the site. 2. A pre-bid walk-through will be conducted by the Facilities Manager with all interested contractors prior to the bid closing date. At that time, questions related to the areas of work can be presented and discussed with the center. This site visit is mandatory and if you desire to submit a proposal. No other accommodations will be made. 3. Any proposed interruption to center operations during construction must have prior approval from the Center Director after a minimum of 72-hour notice. The center and its buildings shall remain in operation throughout construction. All construction activity and contractor access shall be coordinated with the center in order to minimize disruption of center operations. No work will be performed on weekends unless the contractor receives prior approval in writing from the Contracting Officer. 4. Although this Scope of Work identifies specific elements of construction, it is the contractor's responsibility to provide any elements, which are incidental to the functioning of the work to be provided. It is not intended that other deficiencies that are not related to the work identified in Section V of this Scope be corrected. The contractor shall limit its efforts only to the work that has been identified (including affected areas) in this Scope of Work. 5. As-built construction drawings of the buildings involved may not be available. The contractor is required to familiarize himself with the existing conditions affecting the work through site verification. The contractor will be responsible for verification of all dimensions, layout, and conditions in and around the construction area involved. The contractor shall inform the center immediately of any unforeseen conditions, which may affect the work. 6. A pre-construction meeting shall be held at the center after execution of the agreement and prior to commencement of the work. Those in attendance shall include the Center Director or designated representative, Maintenance Manager, the contractor and major sub-contractors. The meeting agenda shall include significant items, which could affect the progress, construction schedule, critical sequencing, use of premises, and policies governing interaction with center staff and students. 7. For work scheduling, the contractor shall provide a sequenced construction schedule to the center for approval no later than 10 days after he receives a Notice to Proceed (NTP) indicating the areas he desires and the periods he requires them vacant in order to perform his work. 8. All materials, finishes and appurtenances shall be selected for their ease of maintenance, high durability, and local availability; and shall be coordinated with those currently used by the center. Restoration of damaged elements or surfaces shall be promptly executed in like materials, as a part of this contract. 9. The contractor shall be responsible for all cutting and patching incidental to the work described herein. The contractor shall promptly repair/replace any damage to structures, elements, utilities, finishes, etc., occurring due to construction, as a part of this contract. 10. The contractor shall maintain a clean and safe work area throughout the period of construction. The contractor shall, at the end of each workday, remove all demolition debris and hazardous and potentially dangerous materials used in the work. The contractor shall collect construction material and debris frequently, dispose of debris, and refuse away from the center in a lawful manner. The contractor shall clean the exterior public areas impacted by construction dust, dirt and debris on a daily basis. The contractor shall be responsible for all fees, permits, etc., required for waste disposal. 11. The contractor shall be responsible for receiving, storing, and securing of all materials, equipment and other items to be used in accomplishing the work. The contractor shall be responsible for all equipment and materials brought onto the center and shall replace damaged or stolen items at its expense. 12. The contractor and all persons employed under the contract: a. Shall observe all security regulations in effect at the center; b. Shall not be permitted to use the food service facilities of the center c. Shall not fraternize with the students or staff of the center; d. Shall not consume or transport any alcoholic beverages or drugs on the center; e. Shall not transport any firearms on the center f. Persons violating the above shall be dealt with in an appropriate manner. 13. The contractor shall be required to be licensed by the State of Arkansas to conduct the required contractual work. The contractor will be required to pay all necessary fees to the local authorities for inspection or for the privilege or right to execute the contract documents and shall include the cost of said feed in his lump sum bid. 14. The contractor will coordinate with the appropriate authority at the center for locations of staging areas, and vehicle parking. Electricity will be made available by the center. Connections to existing power shall be by the contractor. Following completion, the contractor shall return the site conditions to their original state. C. SPECIAL CONDITIONS 1. Acceptance of "As Is" conditions Prior to performing any work at or on an existing center element, the contractor shall tour that element with the designated representative of the center for the purpose of defining the limits of his work area and establishing existing conditions. Once the center and the contractor agree on the "As Is" condition the contractor may take possession of that element for the purpose of performing the work. He shall protect all existing items within the work limits, which are not specifically part of the work in the Contract and, at the completion of his work shall restore as necessary the work area to the "As Is" condition agreed to with the center prior to commencement of the work. If there is concern that the work area contains damaged elements that might appear as damage caused by the prosecution of the work, the contractor shall document the damage through memo or video tape the work area and provide a copy to the center prior to commencing any work. The center may make its own video of conditions, if desired. 2. Contractors' possession of the work Once the contractor accepts the work area(s) and the "As Is" conditions (item 1 above), he/she is responsible for protecting and insuring everything within the work area against damage and harm. Only when the center executes a substantial completion certificate for the work completed in a specific work area will the contractor be relieved of responsibility for the protection of that work area. D. SCHEDULES AND DELAYS 1. The contractor shall, upon acceptance of his proposal by the center, perform the work in accordance with the Scope of Work, and start work within seven (7) days of issue of Notice to Proceed (NTP) by the center. All work, including punch list items, shall be completed within 45 days after written NTP. 2. The contractor shall immediately notify the center of any expected delays in the acquisition of materials, which may delay the completion of the project. Should this impact the approved construction sequence schedule (item II.B.7 above) the contractor shall adjust the schedule and resubmit it for center approval. No extensions in time will be granted unless the modified schedule is approved by the center. III. BID REQUIREMENTS 1. Each bidder shall submit a sealed bid based upon Part VI - Extent of Work that includes reference to the project listed in this scope of work. Any variations from the base scope of work are to be noted as distinctly separate from the base bid. 2. Bids shall be submitted for the work as a basis for the contract. The prospective bidder shall submit a bid for a Single Lump Sum Contract. 3. The bid shall include all labor, material, and equipment costs, and all incidental costs necessary to complete the work. 4. The contractor must include with his/her proposal, certification that he/she will conform to the latest Davis-Bacon Wage Rate decisions for the area. See section VII for wage determination. 5. Contractor must provide a timeline for substantial completion in their proposals. 6. A minimum 90-day bid guarantee is required. 7. This project is tax-exempt. 8. Prior to starting any work, the contractor shall show proof of required insurance, in amounts to cover risk or as required by statute, including: • Comprehensive Automobile Liability Insurance ( $1,000,000 combined single limit) • Workers Compensation / Liability Insurance ($1,000,000 per occurrence) • Fire Legal Liability of at least $500,000 per occurrence. • Fire Legal Liability of at least $500,000 per occurrence. 9. Final Bid Proposal shall be typed and submitted on official Company letterhead and must include the following: • Scope of Work ID#, Project Description, Project Specific Requirements, Lump Sum Cost. • A list of materials (Eco. sensitive materials should be identified) to include a list of any reused parts, equipment or conduit. A list and product data sheets proposed for use. • References. The contractor shall provide a list of similar projects completed by its firms and a list of references, including owners' names, addresses and telephone numbers. • Copy of all licenses and certifications relevant to this proposal • Proof of a valid Contractor's License for the State of Arkansas • Completed Vendor Questionnaire (with DUNS#) and W9 • Small Business Certification • Comprehensive Automobile Liability Insurance ( $1,000,000 combined single limit) • Workers Compensation / Liability Insurance ($1,000,000 per occurrence) • Fire Legal Liability of at least $500,000 per occurrence. • Liability Insurance shall remain in effect for a minimum period of one year from the time of substantial completion but in no event less than the time required to complete all warranty work. 10. Net 30 payment terms IV. EVALUATION CRITERIA Evaluation Criteria Point Value Price: Responsible Contractor who can perform effective services at the lowest reasonable price. 60 Quality: Demonstrated experience and knowledge capabilities; Technical Excellence; Management Capabilities; Personnel qualification; Quality of the Tender packages; Technical excellence including where necessary, technical drawings, blue prints. 20 Past Performance: Past services to center or list of references for verification purposes. 10 Schedule: Explanation on how services will be carried out and the delivery timeframe. 10 TOTAL POINTS 100 Award will be made to the offeror who provides Best Value to the Center when all Evaluation Criteria are considered. Lowest Price does not guarantee award of Sub Contract. V. ACCEPTANCE OF WORK A. SUBSTANTIAL COMPLETION 1. Substantial completion of the work is defined herein as the point at which the work is complete in all respects except for a few minor items which are to be listed on the contractor's punch list. With the issuance of a substantial completion certificate executed by the center and the contractor, the center will occupy/take possession of the work and operate the installed systems/equipment. Prior to the issuance of an executed substantial completion certificate the contractor shall have had all tests completed, witnessed and approved by the center's authorized representative. The provision of all required training, operating and maintenance manuals, keys and other such requirements specified in this Scope of Work shall be a prerequisite to the contractor's notification requesting a substantial completion walk-through. 2. The contractor shall notify the center in writing at least seven (7) days prior to the estimated date of substantial completion and request a substantial completion walk-through. The letter shall include a dated punch list as developed by the contractor. The purpose of the walk-through is to review the contractor's list for accuracy and to identify any additional items needing completion prior to final acceptance. The contractor, shall, upon receipt of a substantial completion punch list, correct his work as required within 7 days or until acceptable to the center. The substantial completion walk-through shall be performed by the ESC Project Manager with the attendance of the contractor and the Center Director and/or his designated representative(s). 3. The date of the center's acknowledgment of substantial completion shall establish the date of commencement of the contractor's one (1) year guarantee of workmanship and the manufacturer's product warranties (2 years if work involves roofing). 4. Manufacturer's warranty shall include the following information: a. Center Name b. Date of Substantial Completion (warranty commencement date) c. Date Warranty Expires d. Description of Warranty Services e. Serial numbers of equipment under Warranty B. FINAL INSPECTION 1. The contractor shall inform the center in writing at least three days prior to the estimated date of the completion of the work and request a final acceptance inspection. 2. The contractor shall guarantee all workmanship done under this Scope of Work for a period of one year. Prior to final payment, the contractor shall deliver to the center, consent of surety of final payment and release of liens by all subcontractors and material suppliers associated with this project. The center must also receive a completed SF 1413, a copy of which is included in the Pre Award Bid Package as well as the Sub Contractors Release of Claims, the certified payroll on WH 347 which is also included in the Pre Bid Package VI. EXTENT OF WORK Deficiency ID Findings 91570 - 6922 - Dorm Category: 16.2.3 Interior Lighting Recessed reading lights (Juno TC1 housing) mounted above the beds in the sleeping rooms (four fixtures per room) are utilizing 50W recessed Par 20 spot Halogen lamps, which are an energy inefficient lighting source. Also, these fixtures have a relatively short life span (3000 hour). There are 36 sleeping rooms (32 with 4 recessed lights and 4 with 2 recessed lights), 136 recessed lights total. 91569 - 6926 - Dorm Category: 16.2.3 Interior Lighting Recessed reading lights (Juno TC1 housing) mounted above the beds in the sleeping rooms (four fixtures per room) are utilizing 50W recessed Par 20 spot Halogen lamps, which are an energy inefficient lighting source. Also, these fixtures have a relatively short life span (3000 hour). There are 36 sleeping rooms (32 with 4 recessed lights and 4 with 2 recessed lights), 136 recessed lights total. RECOMMENDATION Replace the existing 50W recessed Par 20 spot Halogen lamps with energy efficient 4" LED lighting module compatible with the existing Juno TC1 housing, min 400 initial lumens, 3000K color temperature (about 9W rated wattage) and five year minimum manufacture warranty. For example utilize 4LB 4" LED Module by Lithonia Lighting (compatible with modification of utilizing E26 Adapter). A. PRECONSTRUCTION ACTIVITIES • Submit a construction plan that limits the impact to the operations of the facility. The areas to be remediated will be marked onsite by the contractor per "SITE SURVEY" and verified by the Center Director's representative. B. DEMOLITION ACTIVITIES • All materials removed during construction will be disposed of offsite. C. CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITIES • All materials and labor shall be provided by the subcontractor to meet the specifications outlined above. • The proposal shall include materials and supplies, permits, inspections, and labor to complete the project. VII. WAGE DETERMINATION The bidders shall conform to the latest Davis-Bacon prevailing wage rate decisions for the area. (See the attached wage rate) General Decision Number: AR150132 07/10/2015 AR132 Superseded General Decision Number: AR20140132 State: Arkansas Construction Type: Building Building Construction County: Pulaski County in Arkansas. BUILDING CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS (does not include single family homes or apartments up to and including 4 stories). Note: Executive Order (EO) 13658 establishes an hourly minimum wage of $10.10 for 2015 that applies to all contracts subject to the Davis-Bacon Act for which the solicitation is issued on or after January 1, 2015. If this contract is covered by the EO, the contractor must pay all workers in any classification listed on this wage determination at least $10.10 (or the applicable wage rate listed on this wage determination, if it is higher) for all hours spent performing on the contract. The EO minimum wage rate will be adjusted annually. Additional information on contractor requirements and worker protections under the EO is available at www.dol.gov/whd/govcontracts. Rates Fringes ELEC0295-002 01/01/2015 ELECTRICIAN (Including HVAC electrical and temperature Controls; Excluding low voltage wiring for internet/satellite And video/voice data Electrical contracts over $1,500,000 $ 27.43 11.57 Electrical contracts under $1,500,000 $23.74 11.38

Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) Multiple Award Task Order Contracts (MATOC) for Design-Build (DB) Construction

Department of the Army, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers | Published May 20, 2016  -  Deadline July 6, 2016
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THIS NOTICE IS PROVIDED FOR INFORMATION ONLY: THIS SYNOPSIS IS ONLY A NOTIFICATION THAT A SOLICITATION IS ANTICIPATED AND FORTHCOMING. TITLE: Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) Multiple Award Task Order Contracts (MATOC) For Design-Build Construction In Support of Military Health System (MHS) DESCRIPTION: THIS ACQUISITION IS FOR FIRM-FIXED PRICE (FFP) INDEFINITE DELIVERY/INDEFINITE QUANTITY (IDIQ) MULTIPLE AWARD TASK ORDER CONTRACTS (MATOC) FOR DESIGN BUILD (DB) CONSTRUCTION. The MHS relies on the support of the Air Force Medical Support Agency (AFMSA) and the US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) - Little Rock District (CESWL) to execute its health facility program. A means to manage this program is via Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) Multiple Award Task Order Contracts (MATOC). Under these contracts, the contractor provides all necessary labor, material, supervision, and equipment for the design, construction, repair/alteration, and outfitting to sustain, restore, and/or modernize hospitals, clinics, medical administration buildings, ambulatory health facilities, medical warehouses, medical labs, biological engineering labs, dental clinics, veterinary clinics, wellness centers, and any other healthcare buildings, using recapitalization funding and processes. The Scope of Work (SOW) for the resultant contracts will primarily be associated with the renovation of existing facilities, but may also include major repair and new construction. Work may include mechanical (to include medical gas and plumbing), electrical, fire protection, architectural (to include building envelope), conveying systems, structural (to include antiterrorism/force protection), and civil/site infrastructure. This requirement will be performed within the CONUS to include AK and HI. This work is performed in ongoing active healthcare facilities. This acquisition will be a firm-fixed price (FFP), indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity (IDIQ), multiple award task order (MATOC), for design-build construction services. It will be procured using the two phase design-build selection procedures in accordance with FAR Part 36.3. The acquisition is unrestricted with a small business reserve. A combined pool of three (3) or more small business Offerors and three (3) or more Offerors comprising the unrestricted pool will be established with a shared capacity of $900M. A small business reserve will be utilized in which all projects valued at $12 million and below will be a small business set aside within the MATOC. Projects valued at over $12 million will be competed among all MATOC holders. If there is no competition on a project valued at $12 million and below from small business, then the project will be competed among all MATOC holders. The contract duration will be for a base ordering period of twenty-four (24) months plus three (3) twelve (12) month option periods. Most projects (task orders) will range between $750K and $75M with an average performance period of 2-4 years. The scope of the work includes "cradle-to-grave" services such as design, construction, outfitting, excessing moves (aka "transition"), and demolition and will be predominately healthcare facilities such as inpatient care, outpatient clinics, medical research and labs, outpatient rehabilitation, dental, veterinary, pharmacies, etc. Most projects will be required to meet LEED certification, range between 20,000-400,000 SF, and involve either multi-phased renovation projects all while maintaining on-going healthcare operations or new construction. It is estimated that approximately six (6) to twelve (12) task orders will be executed annually so Contractor's may be required to simultaneously delivery multiple projects at different locations. Projects will be mostly for Air Force clients, but other Federal/Department of Defense clients (such as Army) may also use the contract so familiarity with DOD and AF criteria is required. Using integrated project delivery (IPD) principles and Lean processes, the Contractor's and their partners/subcontractors will be required to work closely with multiple stakeholders to include users, owner and installation representatives, government subject matter experts, architectural review boards, etc. In accordance with FAR 36.3, Two-Phase Design-Build Selection Procedures, a Two-Phase source selection process will be used to evaluate the Offerors for award. In Phase I, interested firms or joint venture entities (referred to as "Offerors") may submit certain specified performance proposals, demonstrating their capability to successfully execute the DB contract resulting from this solicitation. The Government will evaluate the performance capability in accordance with the criteria described in the Phase I solicitation documents. Those offerors who are considered the most highly qualified during Phase I (no more than five (5) small businesses and no more than five (5) firms from the unrestricted pool) will be requested to submit the proposal requirements for Phase II. Specific evaluation criteria will be provided in the solicitation documents. In Phase II, the selected Offerors will submit certain specified technical design proposals for an initial task order and a price proposal. The Government will evaluate the Phase II proposals in accordance with the criteria described for Phase II in the solicitation documents, and award to the responsible Offerors, whose proposals conforms with all the terms and conditions of the solicitation and whose proposals are determined to represent the overall best value to the Government. The Government will post the solicitation and all subsequent amendments to the Government-Wide Point of Entry (GPE) Federal Business Opportunities (FedBizOpps) Web Site http://www.fedbizopps.gov. It is the Offeror's sole responsibility to obtain this solicitation and any subsequent amendments through this website. Offerors are encouraged to visit this web site and become familiar with its content and functionality prior to the solicitation issue date. Prospective Offerors must provide all information necessary to receive posting notifications. Offerors must be registered and have an active, valid registration in the System for AwardManagement (SAM) database. To obtain information on CCR, ORCA, & EPLS and/or how to register, visit the following web site: https://www.sam.gov. Estimated solicitation issue date is on or about June 6, 2016. Phase I proposals are anticipated to be due on or about July 6, 2016. The North American Industry Classification System code for this procurement is 236220 - Commercial and Institutional Building Construction. The US Small Business Administration Size Standard is $36.5 Million.The Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) Code is 1542 - General Contractors-Nonresidential Buildings, Other than Industrial Buildings and Warehouses. Federal Service Code (FSC Code): Z2DA  

Postal Machine Lease/Maintenance

Department of Labor, Employment Training Administration | Published July 25, 2015  -  Deadline August 14, 2015
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SCOPE OF WORK ID #: LR2015-0016 POSTAGE MACHINE RENTAL AND MAINTENANCE This is a procurement opportunity with Adams and Associates with the Little Rock Job Corps Center and not the federal government. Adams and Associates, Inc., contracting for the U.S. Department of Labor for the operation of the Little Rock Job Corps Center - a 237 student residential training facility located at 6900 Scott Hamilton Dr., Little Rock, AR 72209 is currently soliciting written bids for Postage Machine Rental and Maintenance. All quotes should be submitted in writing to the Purchasing Department by Friday August 14, 2015 at 3:00 pm. Quotes received after the deadline and/or without all requested documentation applying to your company will not be considered. Submit written bid on vendor letterhead and include solicitation ID# LRJC 2015-0016 at the top of each page. Vendor is to return written bid and put company name at the top of each page, vendor paperwork, and all licenses for doing business in the State of Arkansas, all employee licenses required for performing work in the state of Arkansas, Certificate of Liability insurance and list of references if no past experience with Center. The period of performance is October 1, 2015 to September 30, 2016 with a one (1) 6-month option period from October 1, 2016 to March 31, 2017. Submitted bid will show at minimum breakdown as follows: •· Cost per Item •· Vendor Stock Number •· Case/Pack Size •· Printed name and Signature of authorized person submitting bid THIS AGREEMENT IS SUBJECT TO THE SERVICE CONTRACT ACT (SCA) REGULATIONS. WAGE DETERMINATION NO.: 2005-2248 Bids, vendor questionnaire, W9, Authority to Commit and all licensures needed to do business may be faxed to 501-618-2595, Attn: Lydia Stout, Purchasing Department; emailed to: stout.lydia@jobcorps.org ; or mailed to: Little Rock Job Corps Center Attn: Lydia Stout 6900 Scott Hamilton Dr. Little Rock, AR 72209 If your quote deviates from specifications in any way, such exceptions must be noted on bid sheet. If unable to quote please indicate 'No Bid' and return bid package to us. Adams and Associates, Inc. reserves the right to reject any bids and select the bid deemed most responsible. Bidders should be aware of bid requirements for federally funded projects and act accordingly. Bidders are placed on notice that this is a competitive bid process and cost is an important fact. Overall low bid does not constitute bid award. Evaluation Criteria will be based on: Cost 60% Quality 20% Past Performance 10% Schedule 10% Little Rock Job Corps Center is a federally funded facility and entitled to GSA pricing. Payment terms are Net 30 days from date of invoice. All questions regarding the Invitation to Bid and/or scope of work must be submitted in writing to: stout.lydia@jobcorps.org No phone calls will be accepted. Freight, fuel surcharge or handling charge, if any, must be noted on bid or charges will not be paid if invoiced. Vendor shall hold all licenses necessary to do business in the state of Arkansas and provide copies of all licenses with bid package. Vendor must supply manufacturer name and stock number for all items bid on. Items reference a manufacturer and stock number on bid sheet for reference purpose to insure correct item is bid. Vendor may substitute identical items under a different manufacturer or brand name but must note manufacturer and stock number on bid sheet. Vendor is to provide a billing invoice that includes BPA number and shows individual lines for each item ordered. Little Rock Corps Center does not accept back-orders on food and drinks, all orders will be considered complete upon receipt. The vendor shall obtain and maintain insurance(s) as follows if vendor's employee(s) or agent(s) will be on Center at any time: •· Workers Compensation •· Comprehensive General Liability with Little Rock Job Corps Center listed as additional insured. ($1,000,000 per occurrence). •· Comprehensive Automobile Liability ($1,000,000/combined single limit) ESTIMATED MONTHLY SHIPPING: The following is an estimate of outgoing official mail on a monthly basis. This may fluctuate depending on the needs of the center. Costs •· •Ø Average postal purchase: $1,100 Mail Piece Averages-Units per Month •Ø Flats/Large Envelopes: 100 units •Ø Business size envelopes: 600-850 units •Ø Packages: 50-100 units Project Description: The contractor shall provide all transportation, equipment, installation, training, maintenance, labor, tools, and supplies to provide the rental of a mailing machine, meter, and any required support, postage and supplies or official mail and packages. Specific Requirements: METER & SCALE EQUIPMENT: Specific Requirements: The Vendor shall offer a mailing machine with the integrated scale of at least 10lbs, meter head, and optional interfaced scale, training, installation, maintenance, and warrant of the above equipment. The Vendor shall maintain the meter support service/software as applicable. METER SUPPORT: The meter service/software shall include automated postal rate changes as they occur, at no additional cost to the government (domestic and international). Scales and/or Meters will be updated with postage rate information automatically and in accordance with the rates of the United States Postal Service. Maintenance of any rented equipment shall include all labor, parts, service and repairs necessary to maintain proper operation of equipment during performance. It does not include repair of damage resulting from factors clearly beyond the control of the Vendor such as accident, inappropriate use, failure or interruption of electrical power. The Vendor shall provide user manuals, at no additional costs, with all rented equipment. PRICING SCHEDULE : Postage Support Provide Postage Support in accordance with Scope of Work Item # Item Description Unit of Issue Unit Price NSN/Model Number 1 Monthly Rental Fee of Mailing Machine with Integrated Scale of at least 10lbs Month 2 Meter Head Month 3 Red Ink Impressions Each 4 Maintenance Each 5 Postage - Will be determined by the United States Postal Service - DO NOT PROPOSE Above prices include necessary labor, transportation and supervision required to accomplish scope of work. Any Additional Charges for services or produces that are not included in the above pricing will be listed below: Center Rules and Requirements Center Regulations: Vendor and his employees shall abide by all of the Center's rules and regulations. There shall be no fraternization between contractor personnel and Job Corps Center students or personnel. The Contractor will be required to follow all Center safety and security requirements including searches entering or leaving the Center. Deliveries: The Contractor shall clear all deliveries with the Center's Security Personnel.

Z--Army- Design-Build Multiple Award Task Order Contract (DB-MATOC) for Medical Sustainment, Restoration and Modernization (MSRM) for US Army Medical Command (MEDCOM) for Medical SRM Construction. Multiple locations: CONUS, AK & HI.

Department of the Army, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers | Published May 19, 2015  -  Deadline July 23, 2015
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Document Type:* PRE-SOLICITATION NOTICE Solicitation: W9127S-15-R-6007 Classification Code: Z2DA Set Aside: SMALL BUSINESS Title: DESIGN BUILD MULTIPLE AWARD TASK ORDER CONTRACT (MATOC), THE U.S. ARMY MEDICAL COMMAND (MEDCOM) MEDICAL SUSTAINMENT, RESTORATION AND MODERNIZATION (MSRM) PROGRAM. Media: FEDERAL BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES www.fbo.gov Estimated Construction Range in accordance with (IAW) Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS) 236.204 (iv): $250M -500M NAICS Code: 236220 Federal Service Code (FSC Code): Z2DA SIC Code: 1542 Small Business Size Standard: $33.5M *THIS NOTICE IS PROVIDED FOR INFORMATION ONLY. THIS SYNOPIS IS ONLY A NOTIFICATION THAT A SOLICITATION IS ANITCIPATED AND FORTHCOMING. DESCRIPTION: THIS ACQUISITION IS FOR AN INDEFINITE DELIVERY/INDEFINITE QUANTITY (IDIQ) (MATOC) FIRM FIXED PRICE (FFP) CONTRACT FOR DESIGN-BUILD (DB). The purpose of this MATOC acquisition is to continue US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) support of the Continental United States (CONUS)-wide, Alaska (AK) and Hawaii (HI) U.S. Army Medical Command (MEDCOM) Medical Sustainment, Restoration and Modernization (MSRM) program in fiscal years 2016 through 2019. The MEDCOM Design-Build (DB) process uses highly qualified healthcare contractor to deliver the highest quality design and construction. The MEDCOM MSRM program includes the sustainment and renewal of hospitals, clinics, medical administration buildings, ambulatory health facilities, medical warehouses, medical labs, biological engineering labs, dental clinics, veterinary clinics, wellness centers and any other buildings connected to/associated with the U.S. Army MEDCOM. The scope of work for the resultant contract will primarily be associated with the design, renovation/alteration of existing active facilities, but may also include major repair and new construction. Work may include, but is not limited to, replacement, restoration or modernization of hospitals, clinics, medical administration buildings, ambulatory health facilities, medical warehouses, medical labs, biological engineering labs, dental clinics, veterinary clinics, and wellness centers. This requirement will be performed within the CONUS to include AK and HI; with a potential for contracts to serve a certain region. The objective is for the contractors to provide the design and construction/renovations to include but not limited to HVAC, medical gas, plumbing, electrical, elevators, building envelope, fire protection, interior renovation, terrorism/force protection, and exterior site and systems work such as utilities infrastructure, roadways, sidewalks, parking lots, landscaping, and irrigation. These services must include cradle to grave project management services, and design services. This work is performed in ongoing active healthcare facilities Under this contract, the contractor shall provide all necessary labor, material, supervision, and equipment for the design, construction, repair, and/or alteration to sustain, restore, and or modernize clinics, hospitals, administrative buildings, health facilities, warehouses, veterinary clinics, ancillary facilities, and wellness centers, using Military Construction (MILCON) and Operations and Maintenance (O&M) processes. The contractor shall have experience in utilizing performance based requirements, where the customer identifies the objectives (desired result) and the constraints (code/criteria/standards) and the contractor is responsible for determining the means and methods to achieving the desired result. A capable and qualified contractor must have experience in performing during the course of normal hospital/clinic operations. Any resultant contract (s) will be for a period of a three (3) base years with no option years, not to exceed three (3) years. Each contract awarded under the MATOC will share the total contract capacity estimated at $249 million over the three (3) year period. The estimated minimum size of a task order is $250K. The estimated maximum size of a task order is $17.5M. Companies must have ability to perform up to a minimum of five (5) task orders simultaneously. This acquisition is critical to the continued planning, programming, and execution of the U.S. Army MEDCOM MSRM program. The USACE and MEDCOM MSRM teams are required to execute Surgeon General endorsed projects in support of Joint Commission accreditation and Facility Life Cycle Management milestones; avoiding/preventing jeopardizing the life, health, and safety of staff, patients, and visitors in over twenty six (26) million square feet of real property and access to medical and dental care for a beneficiary population exceeding three (3) million beneficiaries. Work shall be performed in accordance with the terms and conditions of any resultant contract. Prior to an offeror receiving an award as a result of any resulting solicitation, the offeror must be registered and have an active, valid registration in the System For Award Management (SAM) database. To obtain information on CCR, Fedreg, ORCA, & EPLS and/or how to register, visit the following web site: https://www.sam.gov The acquisition will be a two-phase approached IAW FAR Subpart 36.3. The two-phase selection procedure authorized under 10 U.S.C. 2305a allows Offerors to submit information related to specialized experience, technical competence, capability to perform, past performance, teaming arrangements and/or other information requested in phase one. Based on information submitted in phase one, the source selection authority will select no more than ten (10) of the most qualified Offerors to advance onto phase two in the competition and are subsequently invited to submit certain specified technical design proposals for an initial task order (TO) and a price proposal. The Government will evaluate the phase two proposals IAW the criteria described for phase two in a solicitation amendment. A target of up to Five (5) contracts will be awarded to the most highly rated Offerors. A seed task order will be used to evaluate the technical approach submission criteria. The proposal offering the best value for the seed task order will receive the award for the first task order. All proposals must be complete and timely to be considered. The solicitation will be made available on or about 24-June 2015. This solicitation and its associated information will be issued via Internet only and will not be made available in hard copy format. Notification of amendments shall be made via FedBizOpps only. It is therefore the contractor's responsibility to check the FedBizOpps address daily (www.fbo.gov) for any posted changes to this solicitation. For security and document size reasons, all technical and engineering data related to this solicitation will be distributed using the AMRDEC SAFE site. AMRDEC SAFE is a web-based dissemination tool designed to safeguard acquisition-related information for some Federal agencies. Access instructions will be provide with the Solicitation. Offerors must be registered and have an active, valid registration in the System for Award Management (SAM) database. To obtain information on CCR, Fedreg, ORCA, & EPLS and/or how to register, visit the following web site: https://www.sam.gov. Offerors are encouraged visit and REGISTER AS INTERESTED VENDOR on http://www.fedbizopps.gov/spg/USA/COE/index. You will not be able to download plans and specs from this site; however instructions on how and where to download the specs and drawings from the AMRDEC SAFE site. Offerors must provide a list of individuals and their emails from each company that will require access to the solicitation, plans, specs, and any amendments in order to have access to download from the AMRDEC SAFE site, each individual's email provided will only have access ONCE to download the necessary documents for each action created (i.e. Solicitation release, amendments etc..). The contract specialist for this solicitation will be Alicia Moore, 501-340-1262 Award will be based on a Best Value Decision, Tradeoff process, IAW FAR 15.101-1. If a solicitation is released it will be synopsized in FedBizOpps at https://www.fbo.gov. Anticipated solicitation for issuance date for phase one is on or about [24 June 2015], and the estimated proposal due date will be on or about [23 July 2015]. The official Synopsis citing the solicitation number will be issued on Federal Business Opportunities inviting firms to register electronically to receive a copy of the solicitation when and if a solicitation is issued. It is the potential offeror's responsibility to monitor this site for the release of any solicitation or synopsis. Place of Performance: CONUS, AK & HI Country: USA Contracting Office Address: US Army Corps of Engineers-Little Rock District 700 West Capitol Ave Little Rock, AR 72203 Primary Point of Contact: Alicia Moore, alicia.m.moore@usace.army.mil Secondary Point of Contact: Darrell Montgomery darrell.montgomery@usace.army.mil

Y--VA256-16-AP-5238 SPD AIRFLOW/DATA HEAD

Department of Veterans Affairs, VA Central Arkansas Health Care System | Published June 21, 2016
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Contractor shall provide all materials, equipment, labor, supervision, and expertise necessary to Provide and install a ductless mini-split unit for GD101 Data Head Room. Room GE112A at the Central Arkansas Veterans Healthcare System, 2200 Fort Roots Drive, North Little Rock, AR 72114-1709. All work shall be performed in accordance to the project plans and specifications. The project will include: (1) general construction, , structural, architectural, mechanical and electrical work, selective removal of existing construction and certain other item in accordance with plans and specifications for the project. The solicitation documents, specifications and drawings will be available as attachments once the solicitation is released in FedBizopps (Government wide point of entry). There will be no charge for solicitation documents, specifications or drawings. The dollar magnitude is between $25,000.00 - $100,000.00. NAICS 236220 applies-size standard is $33.5 million. This acquisition is 100% set-aside for Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB). All offerors must be registered in VETBIZ at http://www.vip.vetbiz.gov and under NAICS 236220 to be eligible for award. You must register as "Interested Vendor" at the FedBizOpps website for solicitation. In order to receive e-mail notification of amendments, you must register in FedBizOpps "To Receive Notification" for amendments. Amendments to this solicitation will not be mailed, but will be posted at the FedBizOpps website. Offerors are responsible for obtaining solicitation from FedBizOpps and acknowledging all amendments to this solicitation. Contract Specialist is Jack Caperton. Point of contact for this solicitation is Jack Caperton, email address: Jack.Caperton@va.gov. Telephone requests will NOT be accepted. Anticipated ISSUE DATE is on or about July 5, 2016. The "Deadline for Bids" and "Bid Opening" for this solicitation is on or about August 19, 2015. Contract end of performance period will be 15 days after "Notice to Proceed" is issued ending on or about September 5, 2016.

Y--Replace Chiller at Building 170

Department of Veterans Affairs, VA Central Arkansas Health Care System | Published August 5, 2016  -  Deadline September 19, 2016
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Contractor shall provide all materials, equipment, labor, supervision and expertise necessary to provide and install a complete water-cooled, semi-hermetric oil-free centrifugal compressor water chiller as specified. The location of this project is at the Central Arkansas Veterans Healthcare System located at 2200 Fort Roots Drive, North Little Rock, AR 72114. The project will include: (1) general construction, fire protection, structural, architectural, mechanical and electrical work, selective removal of existing construction and certain other items in accordance with plans and specifications for the project. These specifications and drawings will be available as attachments once the solicitation is released in FedBizopps (Government wide point of entry) at no charge. The dollar magnitude is between $500,000 and $1,000,000. NAICS 236220 applies-size standard is $33.5 million. This acquisition is 100% set-aside for Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB). All offerors must be registered in VETBIZ at http://www.vip.vetbiz.gov and under NAICS 236220 to be eligible for award. You must register as "Interested Vendor" at the fedbizopps website for solicitation. In order to receive e-mail notification of amendments, you must register in fedbizopps "To Receive Notification" for amendments. Amendments to this solicitation will not be mailed, but will be posted at the fedbizopps website. Offerors are responsible for obtaining solicitation from FedBizOpps and acknowledging all amendments to this solicitation. Contracting Officer is Brad Martin. Point of contact for this solicitation is Brad Martin, email Bradley.Martin@va.gov. Telephone requests will NOT be accepted. Anticipated issue date is on or about August 19, 2016. The bid opening date for this solicitation is on or about September 19, 2016.