Bid Date Project Location Estimate
8/21/2014 JV Facility Repair and Renewal (FRR) MATOC, Sample TaskOrder:Randolph AFB, TX, OSI Bldg 200 Continental United States (CONUS) and outside the Continental United States (OCONUS),Huntsville CORE < $100,000,000
3:00P Army Corps ( W912DY-13-R-0015 Amnd. 10) CMD: Ddg:
The objective of this acquisition is to provide repair and renewal services for failed or failing Government facilities, systems, and equipment throughout CONUS and OCONUS including but not limited to Alaska, Hawaii, Guam, Puerto Rico, U.S. Territories and possessions, locations with named contingency operations, Japan and Korea, and in the most effective, economical, legal and timely manner. Other OCONUS locations may be added if deemed appropriate after an analysis of the regulations and international agreement terms between the U.S. and the respective foreign country. Offerors shall propose on the entire solicitation. This is a non-personal services requirement to provide repair and renewal services including, but not limited to facility repair, renovation, conversion, alteration, additions, construction, and equipment procurement / installation at Government installations and facilities. The Contractor may be required to survey the problem areas, evaluate and recommend solutions, develop and implement work plans in a timely manner within negotiated costs, and provide the repair/renewal/construction efforts to support the design solution. At times, the Contractor may be required to provide stand-alone construction efforts without the provision of the associated services (i.e. site investigation, work plan, etc.) in support of DOD customers. These services will be used to support various DOD Sustainment, Restoration and Modernization program requirements.
8/29/2014 Renovation of Hale Hall Building 4554, Ft Meade USACE District, Baltimore 10 South Howard Street, Baltimore MD 21203 US $10 - 25 Million
1:00P Department of the Army (W912DR-14-B-0012 Amnd. 2) CMD: Ddg:
The project consists of approximately 115,000 SF of renovation space damaged by fire and environmental elements. The facility is a three (3) story structure with a basement. The repair and renovation of the facility shall be purposed for general administrative space and includes interior demolition and remediation of mold and hazardous waste for the entire footprint of the facility. Other project features include replacement of all doors, windows, and wood framing; new roof; progressive collapse features; minimal site development; facility environmental stabilization measures (interim ventilation system); interim lighting; antiterrorism force protection; compliance with the installation design guide; Energy Policy Act of 2005 (EPAct05); and at minimum LEED requirements to achieve Silver rating. All contractor employees working at the project site on Ft. Meade must possess a social security card. Employees must be either a US citizen, green card holder, or in possession of a workers permit. These requirements with no exceptions must be met to be granted access to work at Ft. Meade. Additionally, it would be a benefit to the bidder to have engineering and construction personnel familiar with USACE standards and practices for military construction projects.
9/3/2014 LMACC2 Façade Repair and Fenestration Replacement,Buildings 9&10; and Precast Repairs- Buildings 3&5 National Military Medical Center, Bethesda MD >10,000,000
2:00P NAVFAC Washington (N40080-14-R-0320 Amnd. 2) CMD: Ddg:
The intent of this project is to upgrade the exterior facades for Buildings 3 & 5 and Buildings 9 & 10 at the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center (WRNMMC). The precast repair for Buildings 3 & 5 will follow a tiered approach to conserve as much of the original material as possible while implementing appropriate permanent repairs where needed. This design for all four buildings includes the following levels of precast panel repair: Crack Repair, Cementitious Patch, Dutchman Repair, Replication and Replacement, Waterproofing, Cleaning. The repairs for Buildings 9 and 10 and the two bridge connectors between the buildings and the two bridge connectors to the parking garage will be the following: Replacement of the window systems with a new thermal break window system with fixed lights. All window systems in Buildings 9 and 10 will be designed to the appropriate ATFP standards and regulations. Civil site work includes tree protection, signage, and curb paint. Site setbacks for Antiterrorism Force Protection (ATFP) standards and regulations were incorporated into the analysis and design for the window systems of Buildings 9 and 10 and the connectors.
9/3/2014 LMACC2 Navy Lodge Expansion Bldg. 52, Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, Bethesda MD Navy Lodge Building 52, WALTER REED NATIONAL MILITARY MEDICAL CENTER 8901 Wisconsin Ave, Bethesda MD $10 to $25 Million
2:00P NAVFAC Washington (N40080-14-R-1016 Amnd. 3) CMD: Ddg:
The project scope includes building a 64 room expansion with support spaces lobby and entrance canopy to the existing Building 52/Navy Lodge (seven story building.) Minor demolition and renovation to the existing one story lobby spaces to re-task them are also included. The facility will be constructed with a reinforced concrete frame and exterior closure on a pile foundation, stucco or brick siding and standing seam metal roof. Provide surface parking to accommodate 87 vehicles. Other site work to include: sidewalks; Utility work which includes re-routing existing utilities in the project area; Additional storm water management structures; Underground stormwater cistern from roof collected for flushing toilets within the Navy Lodge Expansion; Dumpster pad; Site Improvements; and landscaping. Also provide new electrical service and emergency generator. Provide LEED Silver certification on this project.
9/15/2014 Army DB MATOC SEED1 Renovate Bldg 4501 APG, SEED 2 Renov Bldg. 8609 TBUP Ft.Meade Aberdeen Proving Ground and Ft. Meade, MD 49,900,000
11:00A Department of the Army (W912DR-14-R-0003 Amnd. 5) CMD: Ddg:
The Contractor will provide all design, management, supervision, labor, materials, tools, and equipment necessary for the performance of the work. Task orders may be either Design-Build or Design-Bid- Build. The task orders will range in size and complexity from small to large and from non-complex to non-technically complex. Funding may include Military Construction funding (MILCON), Operations and Maintenance (O&M) funding, or other types of funding. The nature and categories of work to be performed under this contract include but are not limited a variety of construction types from mechanical and electrical to new construction. Further details regarding the type of project include the following: This contract is for a broad variety of major and minor repair, modification, rehabilitation, alterations and new construction projects as well as Civil Works projects in support of U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and its customers in the Baltimore District. Further projects may include: schools, administrative or special-use buildings, housing, etc. The requirements for the nature and categories of work to be performed under this contract include but are not limited to the following: site clearing, earthwork, site drainage and utilities, roads and walks, cast in place concrete, brick masonry, block and tile masonry, building renovation, new construction, asbestos abatement, lead paint removal, structural steel, steel joists and decking, rough carpentry, finish carpentry, built in cabinetry and furniture, roofing and siding, sheet metal work, doors, windows and glazing, window coverings, entrances and store fronts, lath and plaster, drywall, painting and wall coverings, floor tile and carpeting, a variety of mechanical/electrical work, fire extinguishing systems, fire alarm systems, intrusion detection systems, heating and air conditioning, ventilating equipment and systems, ducts and controls, boxes and wiring devices, starters, breaker panels, switching devices and transformers, lighting, primary and secondary power systems, etc. These MATOCs may be used to acquire time-sensitive disaster or emergency assistance construction activities related to flood control and water diversion projects, including but not limited to stream bank and shoreline stabilization/protection, ecosystem/habitat restoration and flood damage reduction within the Baltimore District's territory. The geographic area for this contract is to be limited to the Baltimore District Region which extends from West Virginia to Maryland and north into New York.
9/19/2014 Renovate Building 1189, Fort Belvoir, VA Fort Belvoir, VA 36,500,000
11:00A Department of the Army (W912DR-14-B-0018 Amnd. 0) CMD: Ddg:
This project is for the renovation of Building 1189 at Ft. Belvoir Virginia. The project consists of renovating and repurposing the existing PX building 1189, redesigning the entrance ways into the building, and relocating or removing portions of the roadway and parking around the building to comply with current Antiterrorism / Force Protection (AT/FP) code. The project will include but will not be limited to minor demolition, LEED “Silver” requirements, structural, architectural, fire protection, mechanical (HVAC), plumbing, electrical, siting of facilities, force protection, grading, utilities, permitting and landscaping.
10/7/2014 LMACC2 P03010 Helicopter Operations Facility at Joint Base Andrews, Camp Springs, MD Joint Base Andrews, Camp Springs MD $24,900,000
2:00P Department of the Navy (N40080-14-R-0153 Amnd. 0) CMD: Ddg:
This project will provide a new 65,983 sf two-story Helicopter Operations Facility (HOF) to accommodate consolidation of two squadrons, 1st Helicopter Squadron (1HS) and 811th Operational Support Squadron (811 OSS), into one facility. The HOF must provide administrative offices for both organizations; an auditorium and multiple briefing/ debriefing rooms designed for Top Secret (TS) discussions or presentations; a mission control area; classified material storage, general storage space, maintenance storage, ready area, workspace, library, mission planning support room, flight simulator with TS capability; database generation room; private office; workstations; Rapid Deployment Stair; fitness center with separate men and women locker rooms. Facility will also house an aircraft simulator large enough to contain a UH-1N helicopter. Design shall provide space flexibility and reconfiguration capability to accommodate future growth to staff of 215 and 26 aircraft. Site improvements consist of demolition of existing utilities and outdoor pavilion, site preparation, utility relocation, pathfinder fence relocation, storm water management, utilities connections, 110 parking spaces parking lot, 18-wheel flatbed truck staging area, and supporting facilities.
10/22/2014 Langley High School Renovation, FCPS 6520 Georgetown Pike, McLean, VA 22101 52,800,000
3:00P FCPS (IFB 14-017 Amnd. 4) CMD: 1001390721 Ddg:
The existing building will be completely renovated. The project includes the renovation of the existing two-story school building, demolition of a part of the existing building, construction of additions, and site work. The renovation comprises replacement of windows, doors, finishes, and major building systems, including new HVAC, plumbing, electrical power, lighting, fire alarm, communications, data and security systems. A new automatic sprinkler system is to be installed in the existing building and additions. The southeast addition consists of the performing arts department, administrative suite and main entries. The south addition consists of art labs and media center. The north addition consists of science labs, classrooms, industrial tech rooms, athletic locker rooms and gym lobby. The east addition enlarges the wrestling room. Site work includes the reconfiguration of kiss & ride and bus loop, utility and pavement work, relocating tennis courts, and landscaping.
Phase II D/B Services for Decommission & Demolition of Bldgs 7 & 9 at NIH NIH's Main Campus, Bethesda, MD $1 - 5 Million
National Institutes of Health (NIHOF2014006 Amnd. 3) CMD: Ddg:
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) Office of Research Facilities (ORF), Office of Acquisition (OA) has a requirement for the construction of Decommission and Demolition of two (2) structures, buildings 7 and 9 located in Bethesda, Maryland on NIH's main campus. Description of Requirement NIH Building 7 previously a research building; it has 3 floors plus ground floor with a total area of 53,500 GSF. Due to research function constraints and inadequacy of the utilities to support the facility, the building was vacated in 2005. It will be the first of the two buildings to be demolished as directed by the Government; it is currently vacant and unoccupied. NIH Building 9 is an administration and research building; it has 1 floor plus basement with a total area of 38,900 GSF. The office spaces in Building 9 are currently occupied by eight (8) Institutes and ORF offices. The institutes are currently being relocated to new facilities.
Design/Build Renovation of the Old Guard Barracks, Building 247, Ft Myer VA Ft Myer, VA $24 - 33 Million
Department of the Army (WP12DY-14-R-0099 Amnd. 2) CMD: Ddg:
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