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