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A General Contractor Serving Washington, DC Metropolitan Area Since 1951

BID SCHEDULE AS OF SATURDAY 3/28/2020

Bid Date Project Location Estimate
3/30/2020 FRR MATOC D/B Repair and Replacement of Access Controlled Security Gates, Fences and Guard Booths Tobyhanna Army Depot, PA $1-5 Million
5:00P Huntsville Army COE (20-P-003409 Amnd. 1) CMD: Ddg:
The objective for this Statement of Work (SOW) is to provide plant, labor, equipment, tools, materials, supervision and transportation to accomplish the following work which includes, but not limited to repair by placement and modernization of fencing and or gate(s) and its supporting Guard Booths at multiple locations in Tobyhanna Army Depot, PA. Renovation and repairs include all necessary architectural, mechanical, electrical, electronic security, physical security, pavement repair(s) and site development requirements. All fencing and gate efforts must be aesthetically pleasing and follow guidance contained in the TYAD Installation Design Guide. Contractor shall field verify all dimensions and quantities prior to ordering material. Background: Tobyhanna Army Depot has total of (4) – four locations at Building 60, 61, 62, and the Squier Road/HAP Arnold Blvd Intersection which require modernization to address design, demolition and construction concerns relative to Access Controlled Security Gates, Fencing and Guard Booths. The modernization efforts must address concerns relative to guard booth weatherization; gate operability; accessibility features of entry points; physical security concerns relative to fencing, CAC entry and Access Control for emergency use by Fire Department.
3/31/2020 NIH ORF MACC Switchgear Replacement at East Substation Building 17 NIH, Bethesda, MD 20892 $10-25 Million
2:00P NIH (C102846 Amnd. 4) CMD: Ddg:
Replacement of medium voltage switchgear and renovation of building 17 as described on project drawings.
4/3/2020 NIH ORF MACC Replace Buried Steam Pipe along Convent Drive from MH 69 to MH 101 NIH, Bethesda, MD 20892 $1-5 Million
2:00P NIH (C104552 Amnd. 0) CMD: Ddg:
Install a new 16-inch High Pressure Steam (HPS), 8-inch Pumped Condensate (PC), and 2-inch High Pressure Return (HPR) from existing MH 69 to existing MH 101. The new piping will be installed within a cast-in-place walkable utility trench. The utility trench will be designed for non-continuous occupancy therefore lighting and ventilation will not be provided. Since the existing piping is currently isolated, a segment of the existing piping will be removed to provide a corridor for the new trench. The new trench and piping will connect to the existing trench that was recently installed at MH 69. These renovation works shall include any omitted items to be restored to a complete workable mechanical system for this project.
4/3/2020 GSA 11 FAA 5AB & 8AB Conference Room Renovation, Orville Wright FAA Bldg. 800 Independence Ave SW, Washington, D.C. 20591-0001 $1-1.5 Million
5:00P GSA (47PM0120R0001 Amnd. 2) CMD: Ddg:
BID DATE TBD per forthcoming amendment: As defined in the Scope of Work, dated January 27, 2020, the work shall include, but not be limited to, construction services to renovate conference rooms 5AB and 8AB. The project shall be based on the Construction Documents and/or Specifications and the Criteria Governing Design. We are looking to modernize the existing conference room spaces which is currently 3 each divided operable partitions while minimizing the disturbance to the staff by completing the work on time after normal business hours and correcting any problems that would impact the start of work.
4/6/2020 GSA 11 FDA Roof Replacement Buildings 1 & 22, Silver Spring, MD FDA 10903 New Hampshire Avenue, Silver Spring, MD 20903 $1-3 Million
12:00P GSA (47PM0220Q0029 Amnd. 3) CMD: Ddg:
Building 1: Remove and Replace an existing (approx. 28,000 square feet) built-up roof with gravel ballast, with an “Energy Star” rated “cold applied” built-up roofing system. Building 22: Repair and Reseal Roof. Building 22: Roof Repairs and repointing
4/7/2020 USAMRAA Medical Research Acquisition Bldg. Replacement at Ft. Detrick, MD Ft. Detrick, MD $10-25 Million
11:00A Dept of the Army (W912DR20R0010 Amnd. 2) CMD: Ddg:
This Request for Proposal (RFP) seeks proposals from Offerors interested in being selected for construction of the United States Army Medical Research Acquisition Activity (USAMRAA) Headquarters (HQ), Fort Detrick, Maryland. This is a competitive acquisition for the single award of a Firm-Fixed-Price (FFP) construction contract. This is an unrestricted acquisition utilizing a Design-Bid-Build Best Value Tradeoff Process. Contractors are requested to review requirements and instructions for the selection process in the attached solicitation. The work includes the construction of the new U.S. Army Medical Research Acquisition Activity (USAMRAA-HQ) facility, planned as a 3-story structure providing a modern, flexible and efficient work environment that will support the administrative requirements associated with the medical research acquisition activities that USAMRAA is responsible for. The program includes 54,730 SF of typical office space as well as a high density storage room, two large conference rooms and miscellaneous support spaces. The program calls for an open office environment with predominantly open work stations. The design has a partial Ground Floor with the main entrance close to the parking, a full First Floor with the ceremonial entrance facing the parade field and a partial Second Floor with access to a roof terrace. The ceremonial entrance, on the parade field side, enters the building on the First Floor while the main entrance from the parking enters the building on the Ground Floor. An entry court and potential exterior gathering space, formed by a retaining wall perpendicular to Doughten Drive, lead to a main entry point from the parking. The approach to the ceremonial entrance, from the parade field, is gently graded up to the First Floor entry point to improve the prominence of the building on the site.
4/13/2020 PRV Stations and Water Heaters Replacement, AOC Longworth House Building AOC Longworth House Building $1-2 Million
5:00P AOC (AOCACB20R0022 Amnd. 3) CMD: Ddg:
The Architect of the Capitol has a requirement for construction services for the removal of unused water tanks and hot water tanks, the removal of the existing pressure reducing stations and condensate tank, and construction of new pressure reducing stations and condensate tank, all within the same mechanical room in the Longworth House Office Building (LHOB) in Washington DC. Steam service entering the building will be connected to the new construction (steam service leaving the room) and old piping and equipment will be demolished. The existing steam pressure reducing valve (PRV) stations serving the air handling units (AHU) and kitchen/domestic hot water heaters, in the Longworth House Office Building mechanical room are beyond the end of their expected life. Leaks and other problem are increasing. For this reason, the Architect of the Capitol has decided to replace and upgrade this current equipment to improve the efficiency and safety of the system.
4/14/2020 GSA 11 West Addition Multi-Purpose Room, St Elizabeth West Campus St Elizabeth West Campus, 2701 MLK Jr Ave., SE Washington, D.C. $2.5-3 Million
4:00P GSA (47PM0020Q0001 Amnd. 0) CMD: Ddg:
Contractor to provide labor, materials, equipment and supervision for Alterations to the West Addition Multipurpose Room, which include: the build-out of additional conference and meeting spaces; installation of furniture, fixtures, and equipment (FF&E); food services facility; selective upgrades to the building’s existing electrical, plumbing, and mechanical systems; and all associated construction to scope items. The construction phase is anticipated to last approximately 90 calendar days.
4/20/2020 Arlington National Cemetery McPherson Roads Renovations Arlington, VA $10-25 Million
5:00P Dept of the Army, Norfolk COE (W9123620B2002 Amnd. 2) CMD: Ddg:
The scope of this project includes replacing approximately 9,500LF of existing curbs & gutters, roadway, sub grade, inlets, drain pipes, and necessary under drains on the south-west area of the cemetery. Associated roads include: McPherson Drive, Farragut Drive, Jackson Circle, Lawton Drive, Capron Drive, McKinley Drive, Miles Drive, Hobson Drive, and section of Grant Drive. Scope also includes intersection of adjacent roads up to the nearest drain inlet, as required to facilitate drain line work, and storm water drain line replacement. New conduit and hand hole boxes shall be installed for a future WI-FI system. Finishing grading and sod shall be installed on all disturbed areas. Drain lines, drain inlets, manholes, and roadway reconstructed to current VDOT standards or as otherwise specified by ANC requirements. Care must be taken to protect trees and root systems along the roadways. Staging areas shall be within the construction areas. Implement Project Phasing that will minimize impacts pedestrian traffic and cemetery operations. ANC is not only our Nations Most Sacred Shrine but is also now a Nationally recognized Level III Arboretum so the quality of landscape materials and installation is a critical success factor.
5/14/2020 Design/Build Pentagon Control Tower and Day Station - Phase 1 Pentagon Reservation, Arlington, VA $10-25 Million
2:00P Dept of the Army (W912DR20R0005 Amnd. 1) CMD: Ddg:
The objective of this project is to provide a permanent, purpose-built dual Air Traffic Control and Fire Day Station facility to deliver best practice support to the Pentagon heliport. The facility will incorporate all current technologies and the most modern equipment while enhancing the well-being of staff with professional work and relaxation spaces. The selected location and configuration must comply with DoD Instructions safety standards to deliver an Aggregate Response Time (ART) of 60 seconds or less for fire apparatus to reach the helipad. The facility will be designed to comply with the latest building codes and standards, DoD directives, applicable UFCs, and LEED and WHS sustainable practice objectives. Construction methods, systems specifications and material selection shall create a building with a 25-year useful life prior to an expansive renovation, and a 50-year replacement life expectancy. The Pentagon Reservation is designated as a National Historic Landmark. As such, it is also imperative that the exterior design respect the applicable environmental and preservation mandates. The project will require review and approval by the National Capitol Planning commission (NCPC), the Commission of Fine Arts (CFA), and the Virginia State Department of Historic resources (SHPO). The building itself will comprise facilities for both the Air Traffic Control Tower and the Fire Day Station. The Air Traffic Control portion will house an administrative suite of a supervisor office, general office, and ATC team room. Support rooms will include a dedicated communications room, a secure IT room, and an ATC equipment room. The Control Tower itself will have a cab at the upper level and a toilet room one floor below. The Fire Day Station will include a two-vehicle apparatus bay with ancillary spaces for PPE Equipment Wash, Equipment Maintenance, Foam Storage and PPE Gear Storage. A supervisor office with adjacent dispatch desk, a fitness room, personal lockers, laundry for personal items, and toilet rooms with showers will support the staffing. The two groups will share the public entry, a Day Room providing a full kitchen, and a Training Room. Building wide services will be housed in a common mechanical room, electrical room and janitor room. The combined spaces must not exceed 8,607 gross square feet. The new structure will replace and occupy the same site as the existing temporary facilities, located to the north of the Pentagon Building and to the west of the Remote Delivery Facility (RDF). The placement of the facility must allow conformance to two absolute criteria. First, the control tower cab must be placed in an orientation to allow an unfettered view of the helipad from the control panel desk. Second, placement must allow a 60-second response time for fire apparatus from station to pad. The existing placement and roadway complies with the response time criteria and thus will remain with fire apparatus traveling the same route skirting the west end of the parking area and onto the helipad access roadway. All required utilities are currently accessible from the site as they were required by the temporary facilities; however, rerouting will occur to accommodate the new footprint and site configuration. The site itself is relatively level where the building pad will sit but rapidly slopes away along the north and east edges.
5/29/2020 Data Center Upgrades Task 6, Thurgood Marshall Federal Judiciary Building (TMFJB) Thurgood Marshall Building 1 Columbus Circle NE Washington, D.C $2.7-4 Million
2:00P AOC (RFPAOCACB20R0046 Amnd. 1) CMD: Ddg:
The current TMFJB Judicial Data Center infrastructure is nearing the end of its life cycle for the major components, which was designed prior to the building’s occupancy in 1992. With IT equipment reducing in size and production equipment moving out of the building to private data center farms the JDC will only house core infrastructure and lab equipment in the future. The existing data center has an 18” high raised access floor and drop in ceiling. The successful bidder will provide construction services to provide a phased upgrade of the existing TMFJB Data Center Space located on the concourse level. The Contractor Shall: • Demolition of existing TMFJB Judicial Data Center. • Construction of new Judicial Data Center including mechanical, electrical, telecommunications, furniture, furnishings and equipment (FF&E). • Phasing of server migration to be completed over weekends and outside normal working hours. • Phased demolition of the existing electrical and telecommunications systems servicing the existing data center racks. • Phased installation of the new electrical and telecommunications systems servicing the relocated data center racks. • Installation of new overhead ladder type cable management system. • Installation of new walls, ceilings, finishes, carpet, base, etc. • Installation of a new pre-action fire suppression system. • Demolition of the existing lighting fixtures and installation of new light fixtures at the completion of the data center upgrade. • Demolition of the existing mechanical systems serving the data center and the provision of temporary cooling units for the duration of the new mechanical system installation. • Installation of new mechanical systems and removal of the temporary mechanical units. • Start-up and commissioning of new mechanical systems. • Provision of training for new mechanical systems. • Completion of project operations and maintenance manuals and project closeout. • All work will be performed at night.
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.
Design/Build Pentagon Remote Delivery Facility (RDF) Roof Repair Pentagon, Arlington, VA $10-25 Million
Dept of the Army (W912DR20R0016 Amnd. 0) CMD: Ddg:
The Prime Contractor must possess an active Facility Security Clearance (FCL) at the Secret level. The RDF is a single story cast-in-place concrete warehouse structure constructed in 2000 with a combination of two-way flat slab construction and beam-slab construction supported by concrete columns and bearing walls. The roof structure was designed to incorporate a deep soil vegetative roof inclusive of one (1) to four (4) feet of soil depth. The RDF structure was not originally designed with the intent of landing helicopters on the roof, but was converted into that purpose in 2004 with the construction of a helipad. The RDF roof helipad supports helicopter landing, takeoff and parking on its north end and on green parade fields down its middle. The objective of this project is to repair and convert the RDF roof helipad system into a helipad facility which sustains safe operation (landing, takeoff, and parking) of the fleet of military helicopters identified in the technical requirements, and do so without compromising the structural integrity of the RDF structure. In addition to structural strengthening, exterior site, environmental, air traffic control, electrical, drainage, backfill, waterproofing, and irrigation system adjustments are required to sustain RDF roof helipad safe operation. The implementation of the structural strengthening work will impact occupied spaces below the roof including, Architectural, HVAC, Plumbing, Electrical, Fire Alarm, Communications and Fire Suppression systems.

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