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S--Operate Refuse Transfer Station, Collection/Disposal of Refuse and Coal Ash

Department of the Navy, Naval Facilities Engineering Command | Published January 2, 2017
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This notice does NOT constitute a request for proposal, request for quote, or invitation for bid. The intent of this Pre-Solicitation Synopsis is to notify potential offerors of the upcoming Request for Proposals (RFP) for: Operate Refuse Transfer Station, Collection/Disposal of Refuse and Coal Ash at Marine Corps Air Station, Cherry Point, North Carolina, and Outlying Field Bogue, North Carolina. The work includes, but is not limited to, furnishing all labor, supervision, management, tools, materials, equipment, and transportation necessary to operate Government provided refuse transfer station, removal and disposal of coal ash from the heat plant, accepting refuse and treated/painted wood contaminated with chemicals or coatings from the Contractor provided dumpsters at various locations and at a central transfer collection point during normal working hours. Normal working hours are Monday through Friday excluding federal holidays between the hours of 7:00 am to 3:30 pm. The contractor shall be responsible for providing weekly work that includes disposal of all refuse delivered to the collection point except white goods (appliances), brown goods (furniture), tires and batteries. Refuse does include miscellaneous unpainted wood and contaminated debris (metal, construction debris, etc.). Contractor will be required to provide tractor trailers and a frontend loader to complete the work. The contractor must comply with Environmental Laws and Regulations. All work shall comply with the most current laws, acts, ordinances, rules and regulations of all Federal, State, Regional and Local authorities applicable to the operation of the refuse transfer and collection/disposal of refuse. All work shall be accomplished with adequate controls and review procedures to eliminate conflicts, errors, and omissions. The solicitation Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) and Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS) will be issued in accordance with the most recent Federal Acquisition Circular 2005-92 and DFARS Publication Notice (DPN) 20161104. The procurement method to be utilized is FAR Part 15 – Source Selection, Lowest Price Technically Acceptable. The solicitation will utilize source selection procedures which require offerors to submit information such as: price (proposal cost), corporate experience (narrative of work experience doing the required work), past performance (written statements verified by client/customer as to how well the contractor performed the work) in their proposal for evaluation by the Government, and insurance safety ratings. The Government intends to award an Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) type contract with both recurring and non-recurring services. The period of performance will include with a base period of nine-months plus four (4) twelve month option periods. The total term of the contract, including all options, will not exceed fifty-seven (57) months. The Contractor may be required to continue performance for an additional period up to six (6) months under the Option to Extend Services Clause (FAR 52.217-8). In either case, the Government will not synopsize the options when exercised. If work is determined by the Contracting Officer to be beyond the scope of the recurring/FFP portion of this contract, it will be issued under the IDIQ schedule. Labor, material and equipment required for this work will be based on the Schedule of IDIQ Work Exhibit Line Items Number (ELIN). The North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) Code for this procurement is 562111, Solid Waste Collection annual size standard is $38.5 million. The contractor must be registered with NAICS code 562111 in SAM under FAR Clause 52.212-3 (Reps and Certs), this will be verified. Market research was conducted, which included a search of SBA’s dynamic small business search (DSBS). Seven potential 8(a) businesses in North Carolina were found. The U.S. Small Business Administration accepted this procurement on 15 December 2016. It has been determined that competition will be limited to 8(a) firms located within North Carolina and other 8(a) firms with a bona fide place of business within the geographical competitive area, and the assigned NAICS code. All other 8(a) BD Participants are deemed ineligible to submit offers. Joint Venture Agreements - Joint Ventures are allowable on competitive 8(a) set-asides, however, the joint venture agreement must be received by SBA prior to proposal due date and approved before award of any resulting contract. If you are contemplating a joint venture on this project, you must advise, in writing, your assigned SBA Business Development Specialist (BDS) as soon as possible. It is also recommended that the agreement be submitted as soon as practicable to ensure compliance with established regulations. Any corrections and/or changes needed can be made only when your BDS has adequate time for a thorough review before the proposal date. The contract will replace a FFP/IDIQ contract for the services awarded in 2013 for $3,360,120.00 for four (4) years. The present contract is N40085-13-D-2408 expiring 31 March 2017. The incumbent contractor is BMAKK Corporation, 3000 S. 25th Street, Suite 223, Omaha, Nebraska. Offerors can view and/or download the solicitation, and any attachments, at www.fedbizopps.gov/ and/or https://www.neco.navy.mil/ when it becomes available. Contractors are encouraged to register for the solicitation when downloading from the FedBizOpps website. Only registered contractors will be notified by E-mail when amendments to the solicitation are issued (acknowledgement of amendments required – a signed copy of all amendments must accompany contractor’s proposal). The solicitation will be available on or about 18 January 2017. The solicitation will be available in electronic format only. All documents will be in the Adobe Acrobat PDF file format via the Internet. The free Acrobat Reader, required to view the PDF files, can be downloaded from the Adobe website. Please direct questions to Kimberly C. Lacy at kimberly.c.lacy@navy.mil.

S--Operate Refuse Transfer Station, Collection/Disposal of Refuse and Coal Ash at Marine Corps Air Station, Cherry Point, North Carolina and outlying field Bogue

Department of the Navy, Naval Facilities Engineering Command | Published March 20, 2017
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This notice does NOT constitute a request for proposal, request for quote, or invitation for bid. The intent of this Pre-Solicitation Synopsis is to notify potential offerors of the upcoming Request for Proposals (RFP) for: Operate Refuse Transfer Station, Collection/Disposal of Refuse and Coal Ash at Marine Corps Air Station, Cherry Point, North Carolina, and Outlying Field Bogue, North Carolina. The work includes, but is not limited to, furnishing all labor, supervision, management, tools, materials, equipment, and transportation necessary to operate Government provided refuse transfer station, removal and disposal of coal ash from the heat plant, accepting refuse and treated/painted wood contaminated with chemicals or coatings from the Contractor provided dumpsters at various locations and at a central transfer collection point during normal working hours. Normal working hours are Monday through Friday excluding federal holidays between the hours of 7:00 am to 3:30 pm. The contractor shall be responsible for providing weekly work that includes disposal of all refuse delivered to the collection point except white goods (appliances), brown goods (furniture), tires and batteries. Refuse does include miscellaneous unpainted wood and contaminated debris (metal, construction debris, etc.). Contractor will be required to provide tractor trailers and a frontend loader to complete the work. The contractor must comply with Environmental Laws and Regulations. All work shall comply with the most current laws, acts, ordinances, rules and regulations of all Federal, State, Regional and Local authorities applicable to the operation of the refuse transfer and collection/disposal of refuse. All work shall be accomplished with adequate controls and review procedures to eliminate conflicts, errors, and omissions. The solicitation Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) and Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation (DFAR) will be issued in accordance with the most recent Federal Acquisition Circular 2005-85. The procurement method to be utilized is FAR Part 15 – Source Selection, Lowest Price Technically Acceptable. The solicitation will utilize source selection procedures which require offerors to submit information such as: price (proposal cost), corporate experience (narrative of work experience doing the required work), past performance (written statements verified by client/customer as to how well the contractor performed the work) in their proposal for evaluation by the Government, and insurance safety ratings (EMR and DART). The Government intends to award a Firm Fixed Price (FFP), Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) type contract with a base period of five months plus four (4) twelve month option periods. The total term of the contract, including all options, will not exceed fifty-seven (57) months. The Contractor may be required to continue performance for an additional period up to six (6) months under the Option to Extend Services Clause. In either case, the Government will not synopsize the options when exercised. If work is determined by the Contracting Officer to be beyond the scope of the FFP portion of this contract, it will be issued under the IDIQ schedule. Labor, material and equipment required for this work will be based on the Schedule of IDIQ Work Exhibit Line Items Number (ELIN). The final price will be negotiated by the parties. The North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) Code for this procurement is 562111, Solid Waste Collection annual size standard is $38.5 million. The contractor must be registered with NAICS code 562111 in SAM under FAR Clause 52.212-3 (Reps and Certs), this will be verified. A small dynamic business search was performed and seven potential 8(a) businesses in North Carolina were found. The U.S. Small Business Administration accepted this procurement on 15 December 2016. It has been determined that competition will be limited to 8(a) firms with the assigned NAICS code. Joint Venture Agreements - Joint Ventures are allowable on competitive 8(a) set-asides. If you are contemplating a joint venture on this project, please be advised you should contact your assigned Business Opportunity Specialist as soon as possible. Please include a copy of your teaming agreement if you are considering a joint venture. The contract will replace a FFP/IDIQ contract for the services awarded in 2013 for $3,360,120.00 for four (4) years. The present contract is N40085-13-D-2408 expiring 31 March 2017. The incumbent contractor is BMAKK Corporation, 3000 S. 25th Street, Suite 223, Omaha, Nebraska. Offerors can view and/or download the solicitation, and any attachments, at www.fedbizopps.gov/ and/or https://www.neco.navy.mil/ when it becomes available. Contractors are encouraged to register for the solicitation when downloading from the FedBizOpps website. Only registered contractors will be notified by E-mail when amendments to the solicitation are issued (acknowledgement of amendments required – a signed copy of all amendments must accompany contractor’s proposal). The solicitation will be available on or about 4 April 2017. The solicitation will be available in electronic format only. All documents will be in the Adobe Acrobat PDF file format via the Internet. The free Acrobat Reader, required to view the PDF files, can be downloaded from the Adobe website. Please direct questions to Kimberly C. Lacy at kimberly.c.lacy@navy.mil.

R--Request for CDR Support for the Coal Market Modul

Department of Energy, Federal Locations | Published September 16, 2016
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IGF::OT::IGF CDR Support for the Coal Market Module: Coal Transportation Rate Methodology Assessment ; Requesting Office: OEA/ECNRA; Period of Performance: September 19, 2016 to September 18, 2017

Bituminous Coal

Defense Logistics Agency, DLA Acquisition Locations | Published October 25, 2016
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  DLA Energy's Coal Division is procuring a total of 20,000 Net Tons (NTS) of bituminous stoker/modified stoker coal. All line items (LI) 0003, 0005, and 0008 will be solicited as a requirements-type, firm fixed price contract award with no definite quantity minimum.  LI 0003, Marine Corps Air Station (MCAS) (12,000 NTS) will be 100% set aside for small business.  The remaining line items will be unrestricted: 0005, Joint Systems Manufacturing Center - Lima, OH (3,000 NTS), and 0008, U. S. Capitol Power Plant (USCPP), Washington, DC (5,000 NTS).  Free on Board (FOB) destination offers with deliveries by railcar or truck as indicated in the solicitation are required. The performance period for all line items is May 1, 2017 through April 30, 2018. For small business issues, please contact Ms. Virginia Broadnax at 703-767-9400 (Virginia.broadnax@dla.mil)Points of Contact:Joan Brickhill, Lead Buyer, Phone (703)767-8524, E-mail Joan.Brickhill@dla.mil Joseph D. Knudson, Contracting Officer, Phone (703)767-1153, E-mail Joseph.Knudson@dla.mil

R--Rare Earth Element Identification and Characteriza

Department of Energy, Federal Locations | Published October 5, 2016
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Rare Earth Element Identification and Characterization of Coal and Coal By-Products Containing High Rare Earth Element Concentrations. IGF::OT::IGF

b--Coal Scoping Meetings

Department of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management | Published May 2, 2016
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IGF::OT::IGF COAL PEIS FACILITATION

AMS800 Sphincter kit

Department of the Navy, Bureau of Medicine and Surgery | Published January 11, 2016
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Notice of Intent to Sole Source The Naval Medical Center San Diego (NMCSD) intends to award a sole source purchase order under the authority of FAR 13.106-1(b), due to only one source being available to meet the Government's needs, to the Buffalo Supply 1650 Coal Creek Drive Suite A, Lafayette CO 80026-8867, for this AMS800 Sphincter kit. The following supplies and/or services are needed for implants and consumables made by American Medical Systems which is the only company to supply artificial urinary sphincter, these items are distributed by Buffalo Supply Inc. 1. ControlPumpIZ 2. BalloonFGST71-80cm 3. Occlusive Cuff11cmIZ 4. AMS800 Accessory kit 5. Deactivation PkgFSG 6. SKWDeepscrotalRetract System Period of Performance: The contractor's start date: on 1-14-2015. The Buffalo Supply Inc.is the only source that provides of the items that meets the requirements identified herein. This requirement was not competed due to is the only source that can provide the warranty service. This notice of intent is not a request for competitive proposals. Sources interested in responding to this notice are required to submit a capability statement that includes management and technical data and cost information, in sufficient detail and with convincing evidence that clearly demonstrates the capability to perform the required work. Capability statements shall not exceed 5 (8.5 x 11 inch) pages using a font size no smaller than 10-point. All capability statements received by the due date of this notice will be considered by the Government. A request for documentation or additional information or submissions that only ask questions will not be considered as an affirmative response. A determination by the Government not to compete based on responses to this notice is solely within the discretion of the Government. Information received will be considered solely for the purpose of determining whether to conduct a competitive procurement or to proceed with a sole source purchase order. Capability statements are due by 06:00 AM Local Time, January 14, 2016. Capability statements shall be submitted by e-mail ONLY as a Microsoft Word or Adobe PDF attachment to the following address: ruby.s.protacio.civ@mail.mil.

Replace Coal Car Shaker at Central Heat and Power Plant, Eielson AFB

Department of the Air Force, Pacific Air Forces | Published February 18, 2016
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  Eielson AFB, Alaska has a requirement to replace the coal car shaker at the Central Heat and Power Plant (CH&PP).  Work includes replacement of the car shaker, trolley, hoist, controls, motor starter, disconnect switch, and the steel beam that supports the trolley.  In addition, work includes repair of the control platform.  Minor lead paint abatement is required as necessary to perform the other work of the project.  The contractor will comply with all other specs for this project IAW the SOW. The contractor shall provide all engineering, labor, equipment, and materials to perform the work required, in strict accordance with specifications and applicable drawings at Eielson AFB Alaska. The contractor shall perform to the standards in the contract as well as all local, state, and federal regulations. The disclosure of magnitude is between $250,000 and $500,000 IAW FAR 36.204(b). This acquisition is being solicited as a Total Small Business Set-Aside. The applicable North American Classification System (NAICS) code is 238290, with a small business size standard of $15.0M. The Government intends to award one Firm-Fixed Price (FFP) contract. The solicitation will be issued electronically. It will be available only via the Federal Business Opportunities web site (www.fedbizopps.gov).  Potential offerors are responsible for downloading their own copy of the solicitation package, as no paper copies will be furnished. Potential offerors should register at www.fedbizopps.gov in order to receive notification and/or changes to the solicitation.   All Offerors MUST be registered in the System for Award Management (SAM) database.  Offerors may obtain information on registration and annual confirmation requirements via the Internet at https://www.sam.gov. Bidders may obtain information on registration and annual confirmation requirements via the Internet at http://www.fsd.gov  or by calling 1-866-606-8220.

A--Rare Earth Element Identification and Characterization of Coal and Coal By-Produ

Department of Energy, Federal Locations | Published October 5, 2015
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The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL), intends to issue a competitive solicitation DE-SOL-0009067 as an unrestricted full and open competition for Identification and Characterization of Coal and Coal By-Products Containing High Rare Earth Element Concentrations. Anticipated work assignments for this service contract would support activities across all NETL sites, in Morgantown, WV, Pittsburgh, PA and Albany, OR. The resulting contract will be a multiple award fixed price contract with a base performance period of eighteen (18) months. The anticipated award date for the resulting contract will be in first quarter fiscal year 2016. Any questions should be directed to the Contract Specialist George.lemasters@netl.doe.gov, all correspondence shall be received no later than 20 October 2015 at 1600 ET. 1. The services sought are to identify, locate, field sample, and chemically analyze U.S. domestic coal and coal by-product solid and/or liquid materials that contain high rare earth element (REE) concentrations, specifically materials containing total REEs at concentrations ≥300pm. This effort is being conducted in support of potential technology development for the separation and recovery of REEs. The project, Identification and Characterization of Coal and Coal By-Products Containing High Rare Earth Element Concentrations, shall consist of the following five tasks: Task 1  Project Management Task 2  Field Site Identification Task 3  Field Site Sampling Task 4  Field Sample Material Analysis Task 5  Interim and Final Reports. Task 1  Project Management, shall address monitoring of the overall and daily project performance and technical accomplishments, achievement of milestones and deliverables, maintaining/tracking budget spending, and completion of required reporting. Task 2  Field Site Identification, shall address the rationale for specific field site sampling. In this Task, the Contractor shall demonstrate an understanding of the coal and related material REE concentrations and phase mineralogy that has been documented in the open publication literature (i.e., journals; conferences; etc.), as well as potential REE field site locations as addressed in state and U.S. Geological Surveys, etc. The Contractor shall provide rationale in a Project Sampling Plan to NETL as to the domestic location that sampling shall be undertaken during conduct of this project, as well as the type of material sampled (i.e., run of mine coal, roof rock, overburden clays, fly and of bottom ashes from demonstration and/or commercial coal combustion and/or gasification facilities, ash holding ponds, shale interlayer formations, etc.). The Contractor shall prepare and present the Project Sampling Plan to NETL, 60 days after start of contract, obtaining concurrenc e of site sampling locations prior to initiating the field sampling effort in Task 3. In Task 3  Field Site Sampling, the Contractor shall address the manner in which field materials shall be sampled, and the anticipated quantity of materials sample. Sampling of materials is preferred within a 200-300 mile radius of the Contractor?s location, but may be undertaken at alternate domestic field locations. Sampling and removal of high REE-containing material shall be undertaken to provide a statistically significant representation of material at each location site, in particular where materials are identified to contain ≥ 300 ppm total REE (i.e., 30 samples at each location; cumulative value reported as X?2ϭ). All materials shall be described in terms of field site location (i.e., county and/or state, as appropriate, not disclosing sensitive or proprietary information), the nature of the material as either having been generated commercially (i.e., combustion or gasification facility, etc.) or naturally occurring, and if non-proprietary, an historica l genesis with respect to the material?s formation. Sampling that is conducted shall be used to supplement information contained in DOE NETL?s EDX public database (https://edx.netl.doe.gov/ree/). Nominally, 100 discrete materials (preferably 100-200 samples; run of mine coal, roof rock, overburden clays, fly and of bottom ashes from demonstration and/or commercial coal combustion and/or gasification facilities, ash holding ponds, or shale interlayer formations, etc.) containing ≥300 ppm total REEs shall be characterized in Task 4  Field Sample Materials Analysis. All characterization of the field sampled materials shall be reported, which includes analyses conducted at the field site location where materials were selected and removed. In addition, post-field laboratory characterization shall be described in terms of the analytical procedures (i.e., ASTM standards, if utilized, and sample preparation procedures, etc.) and techniques, equipment utilized (i.e., model number; etc.), and the resulting REE concentrations with standard deviation reported for each element on a dry, non-ash basis relative to the starting material. Proximate and ultimate, and ash analy ses of each material is required. The Contractor shall identify the mineralogical phase speciation for the REE-containing elements, address the analytical procedures (i.e., ASTM standards, equipment utilized, sample preparation procedures, etc.), and report REE mineralogical phases and concentrations relative to the starting sampled material. The Contractor shall conduct microscopy analyses (i.e., scanning electron microscopy (SEM)/energy dispersive x-ray analysis (EDAX), transmission electron microscopy (TEM), auger spectroscopy, etc.), on select sampled materials to further demonstrate and/or confirm the phase/morphology of the REE-containing matrix. NETL shall provide the Contractor a formatted template for reporting materials characterization analyses such that these data can be entered into the NETL EDX public database. In Task 5  Interim and Final Reports , the Contractor shall provide to DOE NETL monthly Status Summary Reports addressing activities and analyses completed, participate in bi-monthly technical status update discussions, and submit a Final Report 90 days after completion of the contract, that details all information generated during conduct of Tasks 1 through Task 4 (i.e., site location and material selection; strategy for site location; characterization techniques/methodology and results; etc.), shall confirm that materials contain ≥300 ppm (preferably 1,000-2,000 ppm; materials containing

53-- COAL SLAG MEDIUM GRIT 250 TONS

Department of the Navy, Naval Supply Systems Command | Published August 3, 2015
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Paving Coal Road and Saint Mary's Road

Department of Agriculture, Forest Service | Published August 17, 2015
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PROJECT DESCRIPTION: Placement of new asphalt pavement on designated sections of Old Coal Road and Saint Mary's Road. Work consist of furnishing, installing and maintaining traffic control devices, minor subgrade preparation including blading and roller compaction of existing aggregate surface, placement of 2" (compacted thickness) of Base Course-VDOT SM-25.0; and 1-1/2" (compacted thickness) of Intermediate Course-VDOT SM-19.0 on approximately 29,040 linear feet of the road. The existing road width averages 14'. Shoulders shall be constructed on non-ditched roadside areas and compacted. CONTRACT TIME is 45 days from the effective date of the Notice to Proceed. ESTIMATED PRICE RANGE: Between $500,000 and $1,000,000. PROJECT LOCATION: Old Coal Road is located on the Glenwood/Pedlar Ranger District, George Washington/Jefferson National Forest in Augusta County, VA. SET-ASIDE: 100% Small Business SOLICITATION DOCUMENTS: This solicitation, AG-3395-S-15-0024, and related documents will be issued via FedBizOpps as an Invitation for Bid and will be available for downloading on or about June 30, 2015 at the website address: http://www.fedbizopps.gov/. PRE-BID MEETING: A pre-bid meeting and site showing (not mandatory) will be scheduled; time and date will be included in the solicitation.

65--760- OM Misc. Pharmaceuticals

Department of Veterans Affairs, VA National Consolidated Mail Outpatient | Published July 7, 2015
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The Department Of Veterans Affairs, Network 15 Contracting Office has a requirement to procure the pharmaceuticals listed below for delivery to the CMOP facility in Leavenworth, KS: LINE VA ID # DESCRIPTION NDC ALT NDC QTY 1 A0230 AMITRIPTYLINE 25/PERPHENAZINE 2MG TAB 00378-0442-01 72 2 B0112 BENZOYL PEROXIDE 5% LOTION 00536-0810-95 216 3 B0280 BISOPROLOL FUMARATE 10/HCTZ 6.25MG TAB 00378-0505-01 00185-0707-01 228 4 B0281 BISOPROLOL FUMARATE 2.5/HCTZ 6.25MG TAB 00378-0501-01 00185-0701-01 168 5 C1373 CITRIC ACID 1GM/K CITRATE 3.3GM/PKT PWDR 60258-0005-01 76439-0261-10 48 6 C0384 CHLORHEXIDINE GLUCONATE TOP JELLY 70030-0147-65 08137-0089-12 720 7 C0731 COAL TAR 2% SHAMPOO 00064-2095-08 66440-0104-08 216 8 D0011 DAPSONE 25MG TAB 49938-0102-30 960 9 D1035 DILTIAZEM HCL 60MG 12HR SA CAP 00378-6060-01 312 10 P0193 K BICARB/KCL 25MEQ EFFER TAB 00603-3508-16 12 11 P0548 PERINDOPRIL ERBUMINE 4MG TAB 00054-0111-25 76234-0001-01 24 12 P0549 PERINDOPRIL ERBUMINE 8MG TAB 00054-0112-25 76234-0002-01 24 13 S0002 ARTIFICIAL SALIVA 50930-0098-08 1632 The Product Code is 6505, Drugs and Biologicals; the NAICS code for this solicitation is 325412. All responsible open market sources may submit a quotation, which if timely received, shall be considered by this agency. Submit the RFQ to melissa.brau@va.gov. The phone number is (913) 684-0156. Solicitation package VA770-15-Q-0214 shall be posted on Fedbizopps on or around July 10, 2015 and will close no later than 12PM on July 20, 2015. No solicitation packages will be mailed. Responses must be concise and be specifically directed to the requirement reference above. It is the offeror's responsibility to monitor FedBizOpps for changes or amendments.

Repair & Paint Cheatham Dam Tainter Gates

Department of the Army, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers | Published July 6, 2015
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A construction contract is awarded for repair and painting of seven (7) Tainter Gates, one (1) bulkhead lifting beam, and other miscellaneous appurtenant metal components at Cheatham Dam located on the Cumberland River near Ashland City, TN. The Tainter Gates are 27'x60' gates with skin plate on the Upstream and Downstream face. All seven gates have similar deterioration and will require replacement of a substantial number of bolts and rivets, replacement of all side seals (rubber), member replacement in the lower section of the gate, installation of an access hatch on the top of the gate, straightening or build-up of the lower seal and other miscellaneous metal repairs. Currently the interior of the gates are coated with coal tar epoxy and the exterior with a vinyl paint system. All structural components have been tested for lead based paint and positive results were attained on numerous components. Hence the contractor shall plan for hazardous waste removal and disposal. The gates will be repainted with similar paint systems. The spillway bulkhead lifting beam will require member straightening, minor welding, and bolt replacement. The spillway bulkhead lifting beam shall be blasted and repainted with a vinyl paint system similar to the exterior of the Tainter Gates. All work will be performed on-site. Government furnished spillway bulkheads shall be placed upstream and downstream of the Tainter Gates for the duration of the repair and painting operations. Placement of the spillway bulkheads will require marine plant and will be the responsibility of the contractor. The contractor may be required to install downstream bulkhead seal angles via the use of divers. All work will be performed on-site. The existing spillway bulkheads allow for unwatering of one gate bay only. A second set of spillway bulkheads will be procured by the Government outside of this contract and will be available to the construction contractor in 2016. River conditions fluctuate substantially at Cheatham Dam and the contractor may encounter periods of shutdown and / or demobilization. The construction season for this contract is from June 1 to November 30 (6 months). It is expected that ll work can be performed in 3.5 construction seasons. The length of the contract is 42 months.

R--COAL SUPPLY AND DEMAND SERVICES

Department of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management | Published September 18, 2015
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IGF::OT::IGF COAL SUPPLY AND DEMAND SERVICES

U--Course Development

Department of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management | Published June 24, 2015
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IGF::CT::IGF COURSE DEVELOPMENT - ECONOMIC EVALUATION OF COAL PROPERTIES

Z--COAL MINE CANYON FENCE CONSTUCTION

Department of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management | Published June 12, 2015
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IGF::OT::IGF COAL MINE CANYON FENCE CONSTRUCTION

Repair Central Heat & Power Plant Coal Car Shaker

Department of the Air Force, Pacific Air Forces | Published September 30, 2014
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Link To Document

B--FEDERAL COAL LANDS REVIEW REPORT

Department of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management | Published September 15, 2014
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FEDERAL COAL LANDS REVIEW REPORT IGF::OT::IGF

Old Coal Road Surfacing and Drainage Improvements

Department of Agriculture, Forest Service | Published September 15, 2014
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Link To Document

53--Coal Slag IDIQ

Department of the Navy, Naval Supply Systems Command | Published August 29, 2014
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Award on this contract was made to Ensio Resources in the amount of $494,500.00. The total potential amount for this contract if all options are exercised is $2,552,950.00.
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