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BID SCHEDULE AS OF THURSDAY 4/25/2019

Bid Date Project Location Estimate
5/2/2019 NIH Tier 2 East Electrical Substation, Bldg. 17 Switchgear Upgrade NIH, Bethesda, MD $5-10 Million
1:00P NIH (C102846 Amnd. 0) CMD: Ddg:
Replacement of medium voltage switchgear and renovation of building 17 as described on project drawings.
5/3/2019 Navy SDVOSB Western: DB Repair Swimming Pool and Filtration System at Pt. Loma, Dan Diego, CA Naval Base Point Loma, San Diego, CA
10:00A Dept. of the Navy (N62473-14-D-0069X056 Amnd. 3) CMD: Ddg:
The intent of this RFP is to obtain all services, labor, materials and equipment necessary for the design and construction to REPAIR The Swimming Pool and Filtration System at Naval Base Point Loma (NBPL), in Point Loma, CA. This design-build project shall provide a complete, useable and operational mechanical pool equipment room as well as providing a separate chemical storage space. Contractor shall provide a complete design and size each system to meet the demand of each pool. Please see the attached Statement of Work for project details. (Note that the project is a design-build project and bidders are expected to improve on and refine the schematic level at is the basis of the project. Alternate solutions to the goals of this project will be considered and are encouraged).
5/3/2019 HR SB MACC: P-834 D/B Magazines, Naval Air Station Oceana, Dam Neck Annex, Virginia Beach Virginia Beach, VA $7,918,115
2:00P Dept of the Navy, Mid-Atlantic (N40085-19-R-9051 Amnd. 1) CMD: Ddg:
This project constructs four new oval-arch, earth-covered magazines for the storage of high explosives to replace seven (7) obsolete 1940’s era magazines (which will be demolished as part of this project) in support of Naval Special Warfare Development Group (NSWDG) ordnance operations. The magazines will be aligned to allow a consolidated concrete apron to be used for loading and unloading operations. In addition, a new Ordnance Support Building will be provided to house workshop, processing and storage areas and replace the temporary structure currently in use. All design and construction must be in accordance with latest DoD guidelines and must require approval by the Department of Defense Explosives Safety Board (DDESB). The earth covered magazines will utilize US Army Corp of Engineer’s Standard design: CONCRETE OVAL-ARCH, EARTH COVERED MAGAZINE STD 421-80-09 which are available on www.wbdg.org and attached in Part 6. The magazines will be 80 ft in length with the 10’ door option with the floor sloped to drain toward the door. Construction of the magazines will require work within jurisdictional forested wetlands as well as the 100 yr floodplain. The Magazine Support Building is a single story structure of approximately 3,014 gross square feet. It is constructed of load bearing concrete masonry walls and a steel frame roof. The Space Plan consists of Processing (office space), Material Storage / Fabrication (woodworking shop) and a Forklift Storage room. Accessory spaces include a Toilet and a Telecom room. The exterior skin is a prefinished metal panel over continuous insulation applied to the exterior face of the concrete masonry. An exterior base of concrete masonry veneer and overhead doors are other building features. Construction of the magazine support building will be adjacent to jurisdictional forested wetlands and is within the 100 yr floodplain. Site improvements include construction of a concrete apron along the frontage of the new magazines to support loading and unloading operations, paved access to the Magazine Support Building, relocation of security fencing, utilities, slope stabilization, sodding, and stormwater management. Site preparation includes site clearing, demolition, excavation and preparation for construction. Electrical utilities include primary and secondary distribution systems, lighting, transformers and telecommunications infrastructure.
5/6/2019 AOC CPP Cooling Tower Renovation and Electrical Upgrade RPR Phase IV - Step 1 Refrigeration Plant Revitalization, Capitol Power Plant, 25 E Street SE., Wash., DC 20003 >$10 Million
5:00P AOC (RFPPPA190087 Amnd. 0) CMD: Ddg:
The work of Phase 4 is as follows: a) Base Bid – Internal structural repairs to two (2) WRP cooling towers, component upgrades to two (2) WRP cooling towers, and replacement of the WRP’s 480/277V secondary unit substation. b) Option 1 – Provide perimeter basin protection for Cooling Towers Nos. 1 and 2 as identified on Drawing A731. c) Option 2 – Provide full basin protection for Cooling Towers Nos. 1 and 2 as identified on Drawing A731. d) Option 3 – Provide cost to install all new high performance ceramic fill within the two (2) WRP cooling towers. e) Option 4 – Rehabilitate the existing freight elevator in the WRPE.
5/9/2019 Terrace Balustrade Restoration, Supreme Court of the United States Supreme Court of the United States, 1 First Street, NE, Washington, D.C. 20543 $1-5 Million
5:00P AOC (RFPSCA190035 Amnd. 1) CMD: Ddg:
The contractor shall coordinate the execution of work in five work areas, as provided in the specifications, and in strict accordance with the schedules provided, so as to minimize disturbance to the occupants and visitors. The areas are: East Terrace, North Terrace, South Terrace, West Terrace, and West Plaza. Tasks to be performed may include some, or all, of the following: A. Stone Cleaning: 1. Perform stone cleaning under natural or artificial light in excess of 100 foot candles measured at the surface of the stone. 2. Perform general cleaning after removal of all abandoned anchors and other ferrous metal and bronze from the stone and after removal of old mortar patches. 3. Perform calcite deposit removal prior to general cleaning. 4. Perform carbon, iron and bronze stain removal and biological growth removal after general cleaning. 5. Perform laser cleaning after general cleaning of the stone. 6. Perform all cleaning prior to pointing, repairs, and consolidation. 7. Perform water washing only when the temperature of the air and stone is above 45 degrees and is projected to remain above 45 degrees for a minimum of 48 hours after wetting of the stone. Perform chemical cleaning only when air and stone temperatures are above 65 degrees F. B. Stone Restoration: 1. Perform repairs of the stone under natural or artificial light in excess of 100 foot candles measured at the surface of the stone. 2. Remove anchors and old patches prior to cleaning of the stone. 3. Perform stone pointing and patching after cleaning of the stone. 4. Prepare stone spalls, joints and cracks for pointing and repair prior to consolidation, but do not point or repair until after consolidation of the adjacent stone is complete. 5. Install new Dutchman and mortar repairs after cleaning and after consolidation where applicable. Prepare the Dutchman and mortar repair locations prior to consolidation. 6. Install sealants and joint covers after stone cleaning, consolidation and repair is complete. C. Stone Consolidation 1. Apply consolidation materials after cleaning of the stone surfaces, after joints are prepared for pointing and after stone is prepared for mortar or Dutchman repairs. 2. Apply consolidation materials before pointing and repairs are made to the stone elements to be consolidated. 3. Apply HCT and HCT Finishing Rinse before OH100. 4. Apply consolidation materials only when the temperature of the stone and surrounding air is between 55 and 85 degrees and humidity is above 40% during and for a minimum of 48 hours subsequent to application. 5. Protect stone to be consolidated from direct sun for 8 hours prior to treatment and from rain or other wetting for 48 hours prior to treatment. 6. Protect treated stone from sun and wetting during and for a minimum of 48 hours after completion of treatment. D. Bronze Restoration 1. Apply bronze coatings only when the temperature of the air and metal surfaces is between 55 and 70 degrees F. and the relative humidity is between 20-50 percent. Maintain a constant temperature and humidity within this range for the duration of the coating of the bronze.
5/13/2019 D/B P090 Construction of Co-Generation Plant, Naval Research Laboratory - Phase I Naval Research Laboratory, Washington, D.C. 20374 $16 Million
2:00P Dept of the Navy (N4008018R9328 Amnd. 0) CMD: Ddg:
NRL P090, is a construction project for a co-generation plant with a combined heat and power (CHP) system to generate electricity and steam at the Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) in Washington, D.C. This project includes equipment pads for combustion turbine, steam generator, and other equipment that must be installed outside. Provide approximately 74 square meters (20x40, 800 SF) pre-cast concrete equipment enclosure for electrical switchgear and storage. Equipment pads must be reinforced concrete mat foundations and slab-on-grade construction. The combustion turbine must be capable of producing 4,500 kW while producing 13,000 pounds of steam per hour from the heat contained in the waste heat of the exhaust of the combustion turbine. Site preparation includes above ground site demolition and relocations, underground site demolition and utility relocations, excavation, grading preparation for construction and paving. Mechanical systems will include water, sewer; Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioning (HVAC), and steam. This project will provide Anti-Terrorism/Force Protection (AT/FP) features and comply with AT/FP regulations, and physical security mitigation in accordance with DoD Minimum Anti-Terrorism Standards for Buildings.
5/22/2019 Navy SDVOSB Western: Renovate Bldg. 89 NanoSatellite Lab, Point Loma, CA Naval Base Point Loma, San Diego, CA $3,075,000
10:00A Dept of the Navy, Southwest (N62473-14-D-0069X058 Amnd. 0) CMD: Ddg:
Building 89 is an existing pre-engineered building located at Naval Base Point Loma, in the NIWC Pacific Topside compound. The building was built in 1988 and has been used as a workshop, office and storage facility for the last several years. This project is to fully renovate the building add an antenna platform above the building and a small addition at the back of the building. Renovations to include interior partitions, finishes, specialties, HVAC, updated electrical, and reskinning the exterior building envelope. When complete the space will be a clean and secure high-tech research space. The work is located at the Topside Naval Base Point Loma, on 89 Silvergate Avenue.
D/B Modernization of USDA Foreign Disease Weed-Science Research Facility S-17-0005 USDA-ARS-FDWSRL, 1301 Ditto Avenue, Frederick, Maryland 21702 >$60 Million
Department of Agriculture ARS (AG-3K25-S-17-0005 Amnd. 0) CMD: Ddg:
Besides the fact that the research at Fort Detrick is spread over many small and inefficient buildings, the current research facilities are approximately 30 years old and have exceeded their service life. The project scope includes constructing a new BSL-3 Plant Pathogen Containment facility consisting of a Laboratory, Head house, and Greenhouse and will be adjacent to existing Buildings 1301-1309 complex. The new facility will be approximately 50,000 GSF and will serve as a replacement for Buildings 374 (BSL-3 Plant Pathogen Containment) and 390 (Effluent Decontamination System), which has a combined total of 18,467 GSF. The proposed construction at Fort Detrick will be performed on an active research campus located on a secure military installation. The Estimated Cost of Construction for the Modernization of the FDWSRL at Fort Detrick, Frederick, MD, is more than $60 million. Prospective Design Build Contractors are required to provide an Operations and Maintenance Plan. The Bridging Documents (BD) will consist of a complete 65% design submission. The Design Build Contractor (DBC) will use the BDs as the basis to complete a set of construction documents. As stated above, the purpose of this Sources Sought notice is to identify prospective Small, SDB, SDVOSB, HubZone, WOSB and Certified 8(a) firms to provide Design Build services associated with the Modernization of the FDWSRL. The current goal for ARS is to complete the BDs before the end of April 2017, and to award the construction contract in the January 2018 timeframe. NO SOLICITATION EXISTS. THIS REQUEST IS INTENDED ONLY TO IDENTIFY SOURCES OF PROSPECTIVE DESIGN BUILD FIRMS. The Government does not intend to award a contract on the basis of this sources sought announcement. The deadline to respond to this notice is December 30, 2016, 3:00 pm Eastern.
GSA IDIQ Construction Svcs-Design & Construction Svc 16-GX-1012 -Sources Sought Washington DC Area $200,000 - $8 Million
General Services Administration (GS11P16GX1012 Amnd. 0) CMD: Ddg:
GSA anticipates awarding up to 15 contracts.Each contract awarded will contain a guaranteed minimum amount for the base period to be identified in the solicitation. A single task order award could potentially range from $2,000 to $8,000,000. Primarily, task orders will consist of repair/alteration and tenant finish projects for the GSA and other government agencies in occupied federally owned or leased buildings. A typical task order could contain some or all of the following: modifications to architectural components and related electrical systems associated with, but not limited to ceilings, walls, floors (including access floor systems), roofing systems, millwork and wall covering. Work may also include modifications and replacement of mechanical systems to include, but not be limited to: air handling units, chillers, boilers, ductwork systems and accessories, piping systems (including pumps), HVAC system controls, fire protection sprinkler systems and accessories, and plumbing equipment/accessories. In addition, scope may also include work on electrical systems including, but not be limited to lighting systems, primary and secondary power distribution systems and transformers. Special competencies will be required for any work involving membrane roofing, asbestos abatement, PCB removal and/or elevator work. Interested parties shall be capable of providing the services associated with the aforementioned competencies.
FBI Mid-Level MACC IDIQ Various locations $150k - $30 million
FBI (DJF-17-1200-R-0000045 Amnd. 0) CMD: Ddg:
The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has determined the need to procure a suite of Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) Regional Multiple Award Construction Contracts (RMACCs) to perform construction on a regional basis and nationwide. The contracts will meet a majority of the FBI infrastructure needs for construction, remodel, and renovation for projects with a construction value between $150,000.00 and $30,000,000.00 within the 50 United States and its territories. These contracts are intended to provide prompt responses on an as-needed basis for routine and emergent requirements. The contracts offer a streamlined approach to construction contracting and ongoing competition between qualified contractors. The scope of work will include, but is not limited to, real property repairs, maintenance, and general construction, and demolition. Facilities include, but are not limited to, operations buildings, hangars, commercial buildings and their mechanical and electrical systems, site utilities, and roadways. Design/Build, Design/Bid/Build, and Early Contractor Involvement (ECI) project delivery methods will be used. It is anticipated that this RMACC will have four (4) pools of three to five (3-5) contractors. Pool #1 will be a nationwide pool consisting of other than small businesses who will bid on projects with an estimated value of greater than $4,000,000.00. All other pools will be established for a specific location and set-aside for small businesses with estimated project construction values of $150,000.00 to $4,000,000.00. Pool #2 will support the Redstone Arsenal (RSA) region centered in Huntsville, AL. Pool #3 will support the National Capital Region (NCR). Pool #4 will support the Criminal Justice Information Services (CJIS) region centered in Clarksburg, WV. Projects at all other nationwide and territorial locations under $4,000,000.00 construction costs will be made available to all small business pools. Projects under $150,000.00 may use this vehicle if the Procuring Contracting Officer (PCO) determines that it is in the Governments best interest to use this vehicle. Each of the contracts will include a base period and four option periods. The minimum guarantee for each individual contract will be $5,000. The anticipated aggregate capacity for the RMACC is $800,000,000.00. The government has determined that the Two-Phase Design-Build Selection Procedure outlined in FAR Subpart 36.3 is appropriate for this procurement.
FRR MATOC Design/Build Repair Bldg. 416, JB Myers-Henderson JB Myers-Henderson, VA
Dept of the Army, Huntsville, AL (24 Amnd. 0) CMD: Ddg:
This design-build project will repair unaccompanied enlisted barracks Building 416. This building is in failing condition due to aging. This is a VOLAR style barracks building constructed in 1977. This project covers building 416 complex which consists four (4) wings (416-A, 416-B, 416-C & 416-D) and a common use building. This project repairs the failed and failing components of the barracks building 416. Total SF is approximately 63,377 not including a basement section under each wing and the common area facility (2,768). Systems to be repaired include exterior walls, doors, pooches, and soffits, exiting roof. Roof and wall insulation will be repaired to current standards, new blast windows will be installed, and AT/FP measures will be retrofitted. The buildings utility systems, electrical systems, plumbing systems and HVAC systems to be repaired by replacement. Ceiling mounted light fixtures will be provided. Additional repairs include existing interior doors and walls, some reconfiguration to maximize capacity and improve efficiency of interior space. Leaking plumbing lines, HVAC ductwork, chilled and heating water systems will be repaired in accordance to table 2-1 of DA PAM 420-11. Walls and ceiling surfaces to remain will be repaired, finished and painted, flooring throughout will be repaired or replaced as required. Structural elements damaged by mold and water leaks will be abated or replaced to meet health standards and handicap access will be provided to common areas. Removal of Asbestos containing material (ACM) and lead base paint (LBP) will be abated/required in this repair project. Due to the water intrusion, some of the walls, ceilings and flooring have been damaged. Mold problems persist throughout Building 416. No major repairs have been made to this building in over 20 years. The barracks building does not meet current requirements for protection against progressive collapse. Blast windows will be required to be installed due to the proximity of the building with the installation perimeter. Open balconies will be eliminated.
GSA 11 Renovation of 9th Floor RMB USSS Headquarters USSS Headquarters, 950 H Street NW, Washington, D.C. $150,000-350,000
GSA (47PM0419Q0007 Amnd. 0) CMD: Ddg:
USSS 9TH Floor PID RMB SCIF Renovation. Design/Bid/Build - Per the scope of work, provide all labor, materials, equipment and supervision to renovate specific areas of the USSS 9th Floor PID RMB SCIF. Period of Performance is 120 days - PoP: 11/28/2018 - 03/28/2019
GSA 11 D/B OIT Consolidation Project Phase 1 Demo of Suites 1515, 1525 and 153, Prettyman Courthouse 333 Constitution Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20001 $250,000 to $400,000
GSA (47PM0519Q0008 Amnd. 3) CMD: Ddg:
PROJECT GOALS 4.1 Goals: The goals of the project include, but are not limited to: A. To prepare the required documentation and procure the work required to demolish Suites 1513, 1525, 1530 and all associated offices, as identified on attached Drawings 1 and 2, to enable a new U.S. District Court Office of Information Technology (OIT) suite to be built. B. To establish work order priorities in order to carry work in a phased approach, taking into account the needs and requirements of the tenant agencies and the realities of budget constraints and limitations. C. All work disruptive to tenants shall be performed during "off-hours" (i.e. evening and night) and on weekends. The Contractor shall coordinate all work activity with the Building Manager and the Contracting Officer's Representative to ensure that proper security and access arrangements are made with minimal impact on the construction schedule. D. Full compliance with all building's security regulations. E. Provision of the necessary cutting, patching, and repair of the existing buildings. F. Demolition shall be in accordance with OSHA and applicable building code requirements. C. To preserve and enhance the cultural property.
NIH Tier 1 D/B Utility Vault and Patient Parking Garage NIH Campus, Bethesda, MD Over $25 Million
NIH (C104771 Amnd. 0) CMD: Ddg:
AFICA East D/B Repair Hangar Building 290, Tyndall AFB, FL 1275 Florida Avenue, Tyndall AFB, FL 32403 >$10 Million
Dept of the Air Force (XLWU 19-8103 Amnd. 0) CMD: Ddg:
The purpose of the Tyndall Air Force Base (TAFB) project XLWU 19-8103, Repair Hangar Building 290, is to rapidly repair hurricane damage and to bring the building and its supporting facilities into full compliance with current building codes, including but not limited to the DoD Building Code, UFC 4-211-01 Aircraft Maintenance Hangars, and the portion of the Florida Building Code that contains the High Velocity Hurricane Zone (HVHZ) provisions. (TAFB will be treated as a Wind Zone 4 located site) Work on supporting facilities include external building fixtures, building utilities within the Points of Demarcation (POD) for privatized utilities, and work within the remotely located Base Energy Management Control Center (EMCS). Time is of the essence. This project includes the acquisition and installation of structures to temporarily house personnel and equipment, which will allow the facility missions to continue while the permanent facility is under construction. Some spaces are certified for the handling and storage of classified information and/or materials. Following construction, all purchased swing space facilities are to be taken out of service, secured for long-term storage, and removed to a location on TAFB once they are no longer needed for the project. All rented swing space facilities are to be taken out of service, secured for transport, and removed from TAFB. Building 290 is located at 1275 Florida Avenue, Tyndall AFB, Florida 32403. It is an approximately 59,000 sf aircraft hangar primarily for the general maintenance of 5th generation fighter aircraft (F-22 and/or F-35), which incorporates normal and Special Access Program Facility (SAPF) administrative spaces. Building 290 is located on an active DoD airfield.

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