Clandestine Laboratory, Training and Research Center, Department of Justice DEA, in Quantico, Virginia
A General Contractor Serving Washington, DC Metropolitan Area Since 1951


Bid Date Project Location Estimate
2/27/2019 GSA 11 D/B CBP Ronald Reagan Bldg 5th Floor OT 5.5C Suite Renovation Ronald Reagan Bldg., 1300 Pennsylvania Ave., NW, Wash DC 20523 $250,000-500,000
4:00P GSA (47PM0519Q0016 Amnd. 2) CMD: Ddg:
This Statement of Work (SOW) is for design-build services for this project. The General Services Administration (GSA) intends to renovate a portion of the existing Customs and Border Protection (CBP) office spaces located on the 5th floor of the Ronald Reagan Building in Washington DC, in Suite 5.5C. The spaces will be renovated and transition from traditional administrative offices space on the 5th floor into a mobile work environment. Spaces will be renovated to align with Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Spaces Standards and align with the Mobile Work Program of Requirement (POR) developed by the Workspace Solutions Program (WSP) for the CBP Office of Trade. The renovation requires the subdivision of an existing OFO office space. The existing office suite is approximately 5,190 SF. This suite will be divided into two separate suites, (i) OT EAC Suite will be approximately 2,890 SF and (ii) OFO Suite will be approximately 2,200 within the OFO space, approximately 2,300 SF. The OT EAC Suite will be a complete suite refresh to include reconfiguring and modifications to accommodate a new office and furniture layout and all new finishes. The OFO space will be a minor reconfiguration requiring electrical floor box relocation, all finishes within this side of the suite will remain as is with only minor patching/repair required where demising wall is built. The New OT EAC Suite shall include, but not limited to: Personnel Space shall include, but not limited to: (1) PO-2, Private Office with bathroom (1) PO-1, Private Office (4) WK-2, 63 sf Workstation (5) DB-2, 36 sf Desk Benching Station (3) TD-1, 18 sf Touchdown Seat Support Space shall include, but not limited to: (1) HOP-1, Hybrid Office/Project Room (1) RR-2, Reception Area with seating for approximately 8-12 people (1) PH-1, Phone Booth (6) ML-1, Lockers (2) ML-2, Misc. Lockers Special Support Space shall include, but not limited to: (1) ES EAC Large Conference Room
2/27/2019 GSA 11 Replace Carpet and Install Stair Treads, St. Elizabeths West Campus St. Elizabeth’s West Campus, 2701 Martin Luther King, Jr. Ave., SE, Wash., D.C. 20032 $25,000-$100,000
5:00P GSA (47PM0519Q0014 Amnd. 0) CMD: Ddg:
Provide all labor, materials, equipment and supervision to replace all of the approximately 425 sq uds of carpet tile and add anti-slip treads to 18 wooden stairs. Provide and install cove base.
2/28/2019 GSA 11 D/B NOAA Satellite Operations Facility (NSOF)Secure Storage Renovation NOAA Satellite Operations Facility, 4231 Suitland Road, Suitland, Maryland 20746 $250,000 - $500,000
2:00P GSA (47PM0619Q0009 Amnd. 0) CMD: Ddg:
PROJECT SUMMARY: TASK ONE: Unconditioned storage space as depicted in Attachment B will be converted into conditioned storage space. Contractor shall design a climate control system such that the space (roughly 2, 100 square feet) shall be maintained at 75 degrees with no more than 50% relative humidity at any time. The design shall include any necessary moisture barriers, Insulation and painted drywall on perimeter walls that would be required to provide an energy efficient climate-controlled environment. The climate control system design shall also include a nominal (300MPR) air filtration system sufficient to minimize dust collecting on sensitive IT items stored within the room, and shall be designed to capture any condensate water generated from the HVAC system and reliably/unobtrusively deliver that water to a nearby building drain. The goal is not to tie into building systems. System will be stand alone and not on backup power. Environmental control is not highly critical; however, the excessive humidity issues In the garage need to be accounted for. Condensing units can be relocated or eliminated during design depending on the chosen system. TASK TWO: After government approval of the climate control design, the Contractor shall build the climate-controlled secure storage room consistent with the requirements as outlined In this document and consistent with Attachment B which includes but is not limited to: - Demolition of a block wall - Installation of the approved climate control system including a new HVAC system - Tie-in of new HVAC system into Building Management System (BMS) - Installation of concrete bollards to protect condensing units. Bollard shall be steel encased and concrete filled. - Design shall be what Is actually required to be a functional space and meet the P100 - Number of outlets shall be based on P100. at a minimum of five (5) additional electrical outlets - Number of overhead lights shall be based on P100, at a minimum five (5) additional overhead lights - Wall painting, Two coats of paint and shall be eggshell finish - Installation of 7 -foot, plastic coated wire fencing to create twelve (12) Individual storage spaces with individual pad locks - ·installation of metal shelving that shall be secured to the wire fencing Scope for electrical should be based on the P100. Lighting and power minimums should be labeled as a minimum, but design should indicate what Is actually needed to be a functional space and meet the P100. Stating 5 outlets and 5 overhead lights does not indicate where or why. Lighting should be designed to provide an appropriate working space as prescribed in the P 100. Outlets can be stated as provide at a mlmlmum 5 additional outlets and more if needed to meet P100 space requirements.
3/4/2019 GSA 11 D/B Census Bureau HQ 2nd Floor Renovation, Bldg No. MD0778AG 4600 Suitland Road, Suitland, MD 20746 $100,000-250,000
2:00P GSA (47PM0619Q0008 Amnd. 0) CMD: Ddg:
On behalf of the Census Bureau, the General Services Administration (GSA) requires design-build services to survey, furnish and renovate 8 work areas located on the second floor. The contractor shall design and provide all materials equipment, labor and supervision in the performance of this project, the preparation of Construction documents and specifications as per the Construction Specification Institute format for the project and to build as per the documentation. The scope of work indicated is not to limit the innovative analysis and research of the contractor. Any changes and questions pertaining to the scope of work must be submitted to the Contracting Officer and Contracting Officer’s Representative. The contractor shall perform all work after normal business hours from 6:00PM to 6:00AM, except for Federal Holidays. Weekends are to be authorized and coordinated with the GSA’s Contracting Officer’s Representative and GSA’s Building Manager. This 8 area build-out will consist of modernizing: A. 4 locations for division transitions B. Relocating floor boxes for 2 work spaces C. Relocating floor boxes for new furniture D. The 2J224 renovation. The details for each work area are provided in the project requirements.
3/4/2019 BARC Design/Build Services for the Renovation of BARC Bldg 307 - Phase I Beltsville Agricultural Research Center (BARC), 10300 Baltimore Ave, Beltsville, MD 20705 $20-30 Million
5:00P USDA (123K2518R0010 Amnd. 1) CMD: Ddg:
The USDA, Agricultural Research Service, intends to issue a Request for Proposal (RFP) for a complete gut and rebuild of Building 307. BACKGROUND: BARC Building 307 was constructed in 1940 and has never been renovated or modernized. The project scope of work will include a complete gut and rebuilding effort that totals approximately 67,000 SF, the replacement of architectural elements (roofs, windows, finishes), mechanical-electrical-plumbing (MEP) and laboratory systems, upgrade site utilities and structural systems, and the removal of Hazardous Materials (HAZMAT). The proposed construction at BARC Building 307 will be performed on an active research campus, in an unoccupied building. REQUIREMENT: Design-Build Contractor (DBC) services are expected for replacement of all architectural elements (roof, windows, finishes), mechanical electrical, plumbing, laboratory systems, upgrade site utilities, upgrade structural systems, and removal of HAZMAT. The building will contain Biological Safety Level 2 (BSL-2) Laboratories, support spaces, and associated administrative space. The building is currently vacant. The Bridging Documents will consist of a 35% design submission. The Design-Build Contractor will use these documents as the basis to complete a set of construction documents. This procurement requires the use of biobased products to the extent that such products are reasonably available, meet agency or relevant industry performance standards, and are reasonable priced. Where available, these products should first be acquired from among qualified products that fall under the umbrella of items designated through the USDA BioPreferred Program.
3/6/2019 Reece Access Control Point (ACP), Ft. Meade - Phase 2 Ft. Meade, MD 20755 $10-25 Million
11:00A Dept of the Army (W912DR18B0005 Amnd. 4) CMD: Ddg:
The purpose of the project includes but is not limited to the construction of a standard design Access Control Point (ACP) at Fort Meade, Maryland. Project includes a Combined Search/Gatehouse Facility, Guard Booths, inspection canopies, roadways, parking, lighting, traffic control signals, passive and active vehicle barriers with comprehensive control systems, widening existing roadways/ intersections, information systems, fire protection and alarm systems, Intrusion Detection System (IDS) installation, Electronic Security System (ESS) installation, and Energy Monitoring Control Systems (EMCS) connection. Supporting facilities include site development, utilities and connections, lighting, paving, parking, walks, curbs and gutters, storm drainage, information systems, landscaping and signage, and antiterrorism/force protection measures. Heating and air conditioning will be provided by building-specific systems. Sustainability/Energy measures will be provided. Measures in accordance with the Department of Defense (DoD) Minimum Antiterrorism for Buildings standards will be provided. Access for individuals with disabilities will be provided. Facilities will be designed to a minimum life of 50 years in accordance with DoD's Unified Facilities Code (UFC 1-200-02) including energy efficiencies, building envelope and integrated building systems performance.
3/11/2019 AFICA East D/B Repair Hanger Building 290, Tyndall AFB, FL 1275 Florida Avenue, Tyndall AFB, FL 32403 >$10 Million
10:00A 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.
3/13/2019 NIH Tier 1 D/B Building 10 Electrical Infrastructure Upgrade Bldg 10 Clinical Research Comples, NIH, Bethesda, MD >$10 Million
1:00P NIH (C103578 Amnd. 0) CMD: Ddg:
See Appendix A from RFP for project details: - Provide complete D/B proposal for each one of the following tasks, independent of each other FOR THE BASE TASKS AND THE OPTIONS. Government at minimum will exercise one of these tasks and keeps the option to exercise other tasks under this contract. Provide escalation rates if the government decides to exercise some of these tasks at later years within fiscal years 2019, 2020, 2021, and 2022. - The ACRF which is additional clinical research facility and CRC is part of the Clinical Center Complex identified as B10 on NIH Bethesda Campus. There are four secondary substations in ACRF building. Such substations are referred to as vaults at NIH. BASE BID West Vault: The West Vault is set up to provide normal and emergency power to Wings G, H, and J, and F-Wing, through Switchgear GHJ and Switchgear F, respectively. Switchgear F loads are not part of this project. G, H, and J-Wing Bus Ducts: 1) West Freight Elevators #15 (-remove entirely to create fully empty shaft space), #16 (-100% replace) and Passenger Elevators #13 and #14 (-100% replace 13 and 14 one at a time) and Core Elevator #5 (100% replace) 2) Westside Distal Wing Riser distribution old B10 of CRC - Provide New Normal and Emergency and connect to West Vault. 3) Decommission Electrical Vault 04 - Provide New Normal and Emergency and connect to West Vault. OPTIONS: To be exercised at any given year within the Fiscal years 2019, 2020, 2021, and 2022. OPTION 1: Vault-10 Upgrade in ARF Bldg of CRC - Existing Electrical Vault-10 Electrical work shall be removed and New /Electrical work shall be provided. OPTION 2: Vault-8 Upgrade in ACRF Bldg of CRC - Existing Electrical Vault-8 Electrical work shall be removed and New Electrical work shall be provided. OPTION 3: Vault-9 Upgrade in ACRF Bldg of CRC - Existing Electrical Vault-9 Electrical work shall be removed and New Electrical work shall be provided. OPTION 4: East Freight Elevator 8, 9, & Passengers Elevators 6, 7, and Central Core Passenger Elevator 5 - See details Appendix A. OPTION 5: Eastside Distal Wing Riser distribution old B10 of CRC - Provide New Normal and Emergency to connect to East Vault. OPTION 6: Eastside Distal "A" Wing Riser distribution old B10 of CRC - Provide New Normal and Emergency and connect to East Vault. OPTION 7: Upgrade in Molecular Imaging (Radiation Oncology) CRC - Existing Electrical Vault-7 Electrical work shall be removed and New Electrical work shall be provided. OPTION 8: Provide and replace existing trip units for 90 breakers with latest GE trip unit. Replacement work on weekends only. OPTION 9: West and East vault (4 secondary substations) for old B10 - commissioned in 2008-2010. Hire services of Schneider Electric, the vendor of the 480V switchgear to repair the identical deficiency in each switchgear. OPTION 10: NIH ACRF buiding of CRC has MCC (list provided in Appendix A) that should be replaced one MCC at a time with new MCC. OPTION 11: Electrical Vault 06 - Provide New Electrical System and Disconnect Vault 06 from the current source and Feed the New System from Bldg 10 NMR Vault.
3/14/2019 NIH MACC No. 2 Multi-Tier General Construction Services - Phase 1 Bethesda, MD and other locations. SEED: Bldg. 4 Replace Emergency Generator
2:00P NIH and HHS (75N99019R00001 Amnd. 0) CMD: Ddg:
The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), National Institutes of Health (NIH), Office of Research Facilities (ORF) has a requirement for on-going facilities construction, alterations, and repair of buildings, structures and other real property at facilities within the control of NIH. The intent of the project is to execute multiple awards of Indefinite-Delivery Indefinite-Quantity construction contracts for the NIH/ORF, Bethesda, Maryland and other locations defined within the solicitation. Work under the MACC shall be performed in the general construction category which may include, but is not limited to, maintenance, repair, painting, alteration, architectural, mechanical, electrical, plumbing, heating/air conditioning, civil, earthwork, fencing, structural, steel fabrication and or welding, roofing, building renovations, new building construction, demolition, United States Green Building Council (USGBC) Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) projects, and design/build projects. Work to be performed under the MACC may include but is not limited to any of the disciplines listed in North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) codes as follows: Sector 23 Construction, Subsection 236 Construction of buildings size standard $36.5 Million, Subsection 237 Heavy and Civil Engineering Construction, size standard $36.5 million. The NAICS Code and small business size standard for the seed project is 236220 and $36.5 million, respectively. Contractors will be expected to accomplish a wide variety of construction projects. Specific projects will be defined in each of the subsequently issued task orders and will vary in size, scope and complexity. This solicitation shall utilize full and open competition. ORF anticipates awarding up to, but not limited to, 16 IDIQ contracts.
3/15/2019 GSA 11 Hostile Vehicle Mitigation at National Courts National Courts, 717 Madison Place, NW, Washington DC 20005 $1.5 - 2.1 Million
4:00P GSA (47PM0419R0011 Amnd. 0) CMD: Ddg:
The project consists of the installation of the following at H Street and Madison Place, NW: 1. Stationary security bollards set on a band of granite in a brick sidewalk. 2. Hardened sidewalk lamp standards (single-globe lanterns and double-globe lanterns). 3. Hardened teardrop streetlight standard (one only). 4. Curb ramp made from granite pavers at the corner per ADA standards. 5. Slotted drain to replace an existing storm water inlet and storm line. 6. Additional manholes and storm sewer connections. 7. Electrical conduit for streetlights. 8. Traffic Signal conduit for traffic signals, including work by DDOT connected to the Traffic Control Box near the NW corner of H and Vermont. 9. Fire Hydrant. Respect for Historic Surroundings and the National Courts: Care will be taken regarding existing adjacent historic townhouses, surrounding yards and the National Courts daily operations. No vehicles or equipment are allowed on Madison Place without permission from the National Park Service (NPS) and the US Secret Service (USSS). Archeological Concerns: The DC State Historic Preservation Office has confirmed that the area is a sensitive archeological site. The Contractor will make a plan for having an Archeologist onsite, who has been approved by the GSA Regional Historic Preservation Officer (RHPO), during demolition to monitor any historic artifacts or any human remains that may be discovered.
NIH Tier 1 D/B Utility Vault and Patient Parking Garage NIH Campus, Bethesda, MD Over $25 Million
NIH (C104771 Amnd. 0) CMD: Ddg:
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.
Design/Build 911th Vehicle Maintenance Shop and Company Operations Fac - Sources Sought 10/19/18 Ft. Belvoir, VA 22060 $10-25 Million
Dept of the Army (W912DR19R0005 Amnd. 0) CMD: Ddg:
Construction services for a Vehicle Maintenance Shop AND Company Operations Facility at Fort Belvoir, VA. Proposed project will be a competitive, firm-fixed price, design/build contract procured in accordance with FAR 15, Contracting by Negotiations, under a two-step Best Value Tradeoff Process. The Government is seeking qualified, experienced sources capable of constructing a standard-design medium Vehicle Maintenance Shop and a Company Operations Facility to include hazardous waste storage and oil storage buildings, organizational vehicle parking, vehicle storage facility, open and organizational equipment storage. Construction will include special foundations and connection to Energy Monitoring Control Systems (EMCS), intrusion detection systems (IDS) installation, fire alarm and suppression and building information system. Supporting Facilities include electric services, water and gas distribution and wastewater collection lines, a water pump for fire suppression system, access road, pavements, curbs and gutters, storm drainage, site preparation, environmental studies and documentation, and information systems. Antiterrorism/force protection measures include laminated glass windows in reinforced frames, reinforced exterior doors, security lighting, fencing, barriers, and visual screening. Heating and air conditioning will be provided by stand-alone systems. Measures in accordance with the Department of Defense (DoD) Minimum Antiterrorism for Buildings standards will be provided. Facilities will be designed to a minimum life of 40 years in accordance with DoD's Unified Facilities Code (UFC 1-200-02) including energy efficiencies, building envelope and integrated building systems performance. Sustainability and Energy measures will be provided. Access for individuals with disabilities will be provided. Comprehensive building and furnishings related to interior design services are required. Demolish 1 Building (5,112 Total SF). Air Conditioning (Estimated 150 Tons).
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.
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.

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