INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE SERVICES
General Services Administration, Public Buildings Service (PBS) | Published April 13, 2017 - Deadline May 3, 2017
The General Services Administration (GSA), Public Building Service (PBS), Office of Acquisition (O&M Center 3) has a requirement to support the Safety, Environment, and Fire Protection Branch for the National Capital Region (NCR).
The Office of Acquisition (O&M Center 3) intends to procure a Multiple Award Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity contract for Industrial Hygiene Services to be rendered within the NCR. The contract will consist of a one 12 month base period and four (4) individual option periods to be exercised at the Government's discretion. The base year and four (4) individual option years will each have an annual Maximum Order Limit (MOL) of $750,000.00 for a total potential contract amount of up to $3,750,000.00 over the five (5) year period. Since a multiple award contract will be made, offerors will be given a fair opportunity to be considered based on their qualifications and capacity to perform the required work.
Contractor shall provide all management, supervision, personnel materials, equipment and laboratory services necessary for the conducting and performance of Industrial Hygiene Services program in various locations within the National Capital Region, Washington, DC. The contractor shall provide comprehensive industrial hygiene, general safety, food services sanitarian, and environmental services, including but not limited to consultation, asbestos and lead based paint abatement monitoring, surveys, sampling, monitoring, analysis, assessments, and specification review. The contractor shall be responsible for supplying these services at GSA owned, delegated, leased or supported buildings and facilities.
The contractor shall provide professional industrial hygiene services and personnel under the direct supervision of a Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH) certified by the American Board of Industrial Hygiene, a Registered Sanitarian (RS) certified under the National Environmental Health Association, and a Certified Safety Professional (CSP) certified by the Board of Certified Safely Professionals. The CIH, RS, and CSP shall be full time onsite employees of the contractor.