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

BID SCHEDULE AS OF TUESDAY 8/16/2022

Bid Date Project Location Estimate
8/19/2022 Tobyhanna MATOC Bldg 17 Depot Firehouse Plymo Vent System Tobyhanna Army Depot, PA 18466 $25,000-100,000
4:00P Tobyhanna Army Depot, PA (W25G1V22Q0144 Amnd. 1) CMD: Ddg:
This task order will consist of the services associated with the removal of the old pneumatic vehicle exhaust extraction systems and the installation of new magnetic vehicle exhaust extraction systems in Building 17. The construction services necessary to complete this project include providing all licenses, permits, labor, materials, removal, equipment, supervision and management to complete the project.
8/22/2022 Tobyhanna MATOC Renovations of Building 1 D TEIRF at Tobyhanna Army Depot Tobyhanna Army Depot, PA 18466 $10-25 Million
3:30P Tobyhanna Army Depot, PA (W25G1V22R0041 Amnd. 2) CMD: Ddg:
Scope of Work 1. Since the original structure appears to be functioning as designed, the limits of this scope of work is limited to the support of the proposed modifications to the structure including: 2. New Air Handling Units (AHU) on the existing roof structure a. The new loads from AHUs to be located on the roof were analyzed and reinforcement was determined to be required to support the anticipated loads. The affected joists were analyzed using the current ground snow load of 50 PSF. Roof framing not directly supporting the units were not analyzed. 3. New windows on North Elevation a. New windows are proposed to provide more natural light into the existing workspace. This will require some structural modifications to the existing structural steel wall framing and additional steel framing; however, these windows are not anticipated to affect the existing lateral force resisting system 4. New Canopies outside Man-doors a. New canopies are proposed outside existing man-doors on the north elevation of the building. Canopies are to be designed utilizing steel tube framing. Replacement of the existing slab outside the man-doors to support the canopies and relocation/replacement of existing bollards are required. 5. Bid Option 001 – New Skylights a. New skylights are proposed to provide more natural light into the existing workspace. A new steel frame/curb was designed to support the skylight and provide bracing to the joists removed per the removal of the existing metal deck. 6. Bid Option 002 – New Overhead Crane System a. A new electric overhead 7.5 ton capacity crane system is proposed at the south end of the ‘Pit’ area. A steel support system with new foundations were designed and clearance and other dimensional requirements provided for contractor procurement of bridge crane. 7. Bid Option 003 – New Modular Green Roof System a. Per the loading information on the existing plans and confirmation from TYAD representatives, the roof was not previously analyzed with the existing green roof loads. Per an analysis, it was determined that the extents of the existing green roof along with the required 50 PSF ground snow load would require reinforcing all joists. A layout of extents of the green roof requiring no reinforcement was determined and will be used. See Drawings for extents.
8/24/2022 GSA 11 D/B FOB 9th St LED Retrofit at U.S. Secret Service Headquarters USSS HQ, 950 H St NW, Washington, DC 20223 $1-5 Million
12:00P GSA (47PM0422Q0039 Amnd. 2) CMD: Ddg:
The FOB H St. facility is due for an energy saving LED Upgrade. This project seeks design/build services necessary to retrofit the existing lighting to LED fixtures and bulbs. The existing building has mostly outdated fluorescent light fixtures. See Section 4.1 for detailed project requirements. The project is a Design-Build delivery type. The project is not a change in use of space. The project is not a change in occupancy. The D/B Contractor shall coordinate work and gain approvals required in this Statement of Work (SOW) with the Contracting Officer (CO) and Contracting Officer’s Representative/Project Manager (COR/PM) as required.
8/24/2022 Hampton Roads SB MACC Naval Station Norfolk, Bldg. X-70 CNSL Renovation for MRD Office Naval Station Norfolk, VA $250,000-500,000
2:00P NAVFAC Mid-Atlantic (N4008522R2792 Amnd. 0) CMD: Ddg:
The work includes the renovation of office spaces in the MRD (Medical Readiness Division) portion of building X-70 to modernize and upgrade office settings, and incidental related work. The renovation will require removal and replacement of interior finishes; removal and replacement of ceiling-mounted light fixtures; removal, replacement, and modification of select overhead mechanical air-handling equipment; and various upgrades/modifications to existing electrical, telecommunications, and mechanical systems.
8/25/2022 D/B Repair by Replacement Steam Sterilization Plant System, Bldg 8100, Ft. Detrick - Phase I United States Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Disease (USAMRIID) Ft. Detrick, MD 21702 $25-100 Million
11:00A USACE District, Baltimore (W912DR22R0003 Amnd. 2) CMD: Ddg:
This acquisition will provide a new continuous flow effluent decontamination system (‘EDS’) and associated building and infrastructure modifications to be located within the U.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases (USAMRIID) at Fort Detrick, Maryland (Building 8100). The new EDS will be installed in Room 1SA202 Bio-waste Inspection on the ground floor of Building 8100. The new EDS shall be dedicated to the processing of the containment area effluent, queueing storage, solids separation and thermal decontamination of all of the Building 8100 effluent flows from the BSL-3E and BSL-4 research areas, in order to support the release downstream of the EDS system of sanitary waste in a safe and fully compliant manner. The BSL 3E and 4 effluent piping shall be separate and routed to the new EDS in lieu of their current connections to the adjacent Building 8150 SSP (‘Steam Sterilization Plant’). The BSL 3E and 4 effluent lines in building 8100 have not been loaded with hazardous waste. Building 8100 is also known as the ‘USAMRIID Replacement’ project. Building 8100 will undergo commissioning through Government acceptance in June 2023. The building and operation of the facility will remain the responsibility of the general contractor until acceptance. Room 1SA202, Bio-waste Inspection, will be accepted by the government in August 2022. The successful Design-Build contractor will have full access to Room 1SA202 at Design NTP; however, alterations to the facility is not permitted until the Government accepts Building 8100 and subsequently issues Construction NTP. Throughout this contract, multiple contractors will perform work inside Building 8100. Additionally, CDC certification of the BSL 2, 3 and 4 labs will occur throughout this contract. Advance scheduling will be required to coordinate activities inside and around the facility. It is imperative that all activities and work are performed while maintaining full functionality of Building 8100. Building 8100 is located within a secure area with a permanent fence along the perimeter. Multiple occupied buildings are also located inside of this secure area. There will be access control to the secure area during the contract. Contractor parking will be exterior to the secure area and shared with other contractors. Staging areas inside the secure area are limited and will be temporary, thus advance coordination is required. Full access to and around the building must be maintained during the life of the contract.
8/25/2022 Dover SB MACC H714 HVAC Chiller Replacement, Dover AFB H714 4th Street, Dover AFB, DE 19902 $250,000-500,000
1:00P Dover AFB (FA449722MR012 Amnd. 1) CMD: Ddg:
The contractor shall provide all design, labor, materials, tools, and equipment necessary to replace an existing 130-ton HVAC chiller with two 70-ton chillers outside of Hangar 714, including all associated plumbing and electrical work in accordance with the detailed scope below. The project location is 714 4th Street, Dover AFB 19902, Kent County Delaware. 1.3 DETAILED SCOPE A. Remove 130-ton Chiller (1) Remove the existing Trane Model RTAA-130 Chiller located outside Hangar 714. The chiller will be turned over to Dover AFB for disposal. (2) Existing 25’x16’ concrete pad may be retained, as well as existing water lines. Existing water lines shall be reinsulated if reused. B. Install two (2) 70-ton Chillers (1) Install two Trane Model CGAM 070F 2Q02 AXD2 A1A1 A1AX 70-ton nominal chillers with R-410A refrigerant with all necessary appurtenances for operation, to include but not limited to all associated electrical, piping, insulation, and heat trace. (2) Provide 5-year compressor warranty. (3) Install new wiring for both chillers, BACnet cards, and Trane Tracer Summit chiller plant controls. C. Controls, Testing and Balancing (1) Ensure all chiller controls are tied into the front end of the Energy Management Control System (EMCS) in Building 615. (2) Set up new graphics for chillers. All communication links shall be tested to ensure they operate properly. (3) As part of commissioning, the new chillers shall be programmed to operate in a lead-lag configuration such that each chiller serves as the primary on a weekly rotation. (4) Contractor shall provide Testing and Balancing (TAB) report of the chilled water system fed by the new chillers and commissioning of the newly installed chiller
8/25/2022 USFWS MATOC Restoration of Lafayette Lodge, Wash DC White House President's Park, Washington, DC WHOO 311255 $1-2 Million
5:00P NPW - USFWS (140P2022R0163 Amnd. 2) CMD: Ddg:
Restore the lodge building including demolition of existing damaged building component, repair and repair of structural framing, finishes, cabinetry, windows, roof, HVAC, plumbing and electrical components.
8/26/2022 AFICA West D/B B940 EMCS-HVAC Replacement, Luke AFB, AZ Luke AFB, AZ 85309 HERMAN CONST is handling $1-5 Million
3:00P Dept of the Air Force (FA488722REC02 Amnd. 0) CMD: Ddg:
This project is a Design/Build project for building 940 and will include replacement of the HVAC Mechanical System (Chillers, Towers, Boiler, and related piping) CRAH (Computer Room AHU) and Energy Management Control Systems and the Fire Alarm/Mass Notification and Fire Suppression Systems upgrades as well as auxiliary HVAC equipment (pumps, valves, etc.) and piping materials. Design of Mechanical and CRAH system must include heat load calculations based on simulator CPU demands and requirements.
8/26/2022 GSA 11 D/B DOS HST Electrical Vault 1 Project at the Harry S. Truman Bldg Harry S. Truman Bldg, 2201 C Street NW, Wash DC 20520 $2-2.4 Million
4:00P GSA (47PM0222R0019 Amnd. 2) CMD: Ddg:
Vault 1 has been identified by Facilities Management Service as needing to be completely renovated due to the failing age of the power distribution system installed in 1955. The project is not a change in use of space. The Project is not a change in occupancy. This project is a Design-Build delivery type.
8/29/2022 AFICA East Bldg 2600 Renov, New Castle ANG, DE New Castle Air National Guard,2600 Spruance Drive, New Castle, DE $5-10 Million
1:00P Dept of the AF (W50S6X22B0004 Amnd. 1) CMD: Ddg:
The work to be conducted under this Task Order shall be done under the general conditions of the RE&C Contract and the Basic Statement of Work contained therein. This Statement of Work (SOW) sets forth the requirements for a RE&C construction effort at the Delaware Air National Guard (DEANG), New Castle, DE. The Contractor shall create open office architecture through removal of interior walls, renovate throughout to include new HVAC distribution, installation of electrical, mechanical, plumbing, fire suppression and an ABA compliant elevator. The scope also includes replacing the primary roof, providing new floor finishes, replacing ceilings damaged by roof leaks, installation of fire sprinkler piping, replacing doors and windows to meet AT/FP requirements, providing temporary facilities and tie-in existing utilities for displaced personnel, creation of as-built drawings and any other associated work required to deliver the scope of work. The RE&C Contractor shall renovate Building 2600 in accordance with this SOW, its appendices and the associated plans and specifications .
8/29/2022 D/B Renovation of Army Reserve Center in Salem, VA (near Roanoke), Phase II PFC Cloyce E. Hall, Salem, VA $10-25 Million
2:00P Army COE Louisville District (W912QR22R0040 Amnd. 1) CMD: Ddg:
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Louisville District intends to issue a Request for Proposal (RFP) W912QR22R0040 for a Full Facility Revitalization including renovation of an existing Army Reserve Center (ARC) and site at Salem, VA. This will be a Design/Build project to repair approximately 27,000 SF Army Reserve Center, Training Building 1 and 7,000 SF Vehicle/Training Building 2, constructed in 1957 and 1975, that are in a failed or failing condition. These buildings provide mission essential functional areas in support of a Quartermaster Battalion headquarters, nine training unit detachments, and a Field Feeding Team. The repairs will provide the necessary operational building functional areas for the training and mission support of these commands. The mechanical, plumbing and electrical systems are beyond serviceable life. In addition, current mission supports an addition to enclose the arms vault and add administrative space. Current codes support adding an elevator and legal egress stairs. A technical review was conducted, work classification verified, and other facility alternatives were visited but the most expedient and best option was to repair the listed facility. The required swing space during the contracted work will be off-site and not part of this project. Sustainability/Energy measures will be provided. The project contains options such as: roof replacement, entry way storefront glazing, and a 2,000SF Unheated storage building.
8/29/2022 NIH ORF Design/Build Office Renovation for OGC and Ombudsman, Bldg 31B 2nd Floor NIH Campus, Bethesda, MD 20892 $2.5-3 Million
2:00P NIH (C112866 Amnd. 0) CMD: Ddg:
There are two projects on the second floor of Building 31B that arose near-simultaneously. As a result, the projects have been consolidated for efficiency totaling 6,640 SF including the corridor. The NIH Branch of the Public Health Division, Health and Human Services (HHS) Office of the General Counsel (OGC/PHD/NIH) and the OGC Ethics Division’s NIH office (collectively, OGC) provide legal services to the Office of the NIH Director and to NIH’s institutes and centers, as well as to other HHS operating divisions. The space is 3,980 SF subdivided into approximately 1,657 SF and 2,323 SF spaces on either side of a hallway on the 2nd floor. The Office of the Ombudsman (Ombuds, AKA Center for Cooperative Resolution or CCR), which is part of the OD administers assistance to members of the NIH community in addressing lab- and work-related issues. The office space approximately 1,390 SF. The existing spaces assigned to the OGC & Ombudsman have not been comprehensively renovated in decades and are deficient in several important respects, including faulty HVAC systems with lack of temperature control, inadequate soundproofing, and an outdated electrical and telecommunications network. Both groups are pursuing a renovation design to optimize the use of their available space while also updating the areas to more modern workplace standards. OGC and the Ombudsman have worked out a preliminary agreement that Room 2B55 which is 240 SF will be split horizontally, whereby the Ombudsman gains the northern half (facing the exterior) and OGC the southern half (near the public corridor). The corridor is included in the renovation, totaling 1,030 SF. This project is to be delivered in two phases as two severable packages performed simultaneously, starting with Ombuds. Each phase would be required to be complete and function independently.
8/30/2022 GSA 11 D/B VA HRA OSP 2nd Floor Optimization 810 Vermont Ave., NW Washington, DC 20420 $5-10 Million
2:00P GSA (47PM0422Q0044 Amnd. 1) CMD: Ddg:
Administration (HRA) and Office of Operations, Security, and Preparedness (OSP) on the 2nd floor at the Veterans Affairs Central Office (VACO) building. The total area renovated is estimated to be about 36,000 SF. The VA is consolidating lease and Federal spaces and plans to renovate the 2nd floor in order to optimize its use. See Section 2.1 for detailed project requirements. The project is not a change in use of space. The project is a change in occupancy. Existing occupancy is 224. The renovation will allow a hybrid work model with a seating ratio of 2:1, utilizing “hot-desking” or multiple people to a desk. Pages 2 through 4 of Attachment 2 - COVID 19 Response 810 Vermont-L02_Move Plans_220309 show seating at 114 with substantial increases in support spaces; i.e., conference rooms, telephone rooms, teaming spaces, etc. This contract is a firm fixed-price contract. The services required shall include, but shall not be limited to, the following: ● Professional Architect/Engineer Services ● Contract Management ● Construction Services including Materials, Labor, and Supervision ● Professional Inspection and Testing Services
8/30/2022 NIH ORF Bldg. 10 NHLBI ACRF 6th Floor Renovation NIH Campus, Bethesda, MD 20892 $2.5-3 Million
2:00P NIH (C109892 Amnd. 0) CMD: Ddg:
The project includes but is not limited to the following work: The Work is defined by the Contract Documents to renovate approximately 5,200 NSF of existing National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute (NHLBI) space in Building 10, 6th floor of the Ambulatory Care Research Facility, to provide renovated lab and office space to support the work of three core facilities and the work of three researcher. Two-thirds of the project spaces will be gutted and rebuilt, while the remaining open lab area and office spaces will undergo upgrades to their HVAC systems and some of their finishes updated.
9/2/2022 Hampton Roads SB MACC Bldg. 366 Student Squad Bay Renovation, NSA NWA, Chesapeake, VA NSA NWA, Chesapeake, Virginia 23322 $500,000-1 Million
2:00P NAVFAC Mid-Atlantic (N4008522R2818 Amnd. 1) CMD: Ddg:
The project includes the renovation of the Student Squad Bay at Northwest Annex Building 366. The interior work includes, new floor tiles and flooring, ceiling tiles, painting, replacing the following: water fountains, doors and baseboards, stair treads, and doors/windows as required, and other tasks listed under “5. Work Requirements” in the Statement of Work.
9/8/2022 AFICA East D/B Repair Isochronal Dock Hangar 711, Dover AFB, DE Dover AFB, DE 19902 >$10 Million
3:00P Dept of the AF (FA449722R0030 Amnd. 0) CMD: Ddg:
The Contractor shall investigative, survey, design, and provide construction services required for the repair of the Hangar 711 roof, flooring, fire protection, HVAC, mass notification, electrical and lighting systems upgrades, as well as installation of a fall protection system. The work shall consist of the design and construction work as necessary to comply with specified design standards and this statement of work. A complete design of this hangar has been completed and will be provided to the contractor for pricing and modification. Contractor must review and provide necessary changes to Government provided design drawings and specifications as necessary to accommodate changes in flooring system and fire suppression changes as noted in the Statement of Work. The contractor shall notify the Government of any possible design deficiencies during the Q&A phase of the solicitation process prior to award. All other work must be completed as specified in the design.
9/8/2022 Huntsville FRR VI MATOC D/B Renovation, Upgrade and Repair for Building 1466 at Fort Belvoir 9325 Gunston Road, Fort Belvoir, VA $1-5 Million
4:00P Huntsville Army (PANHES-22-P-0000 004193 Amnd. 0) CMD: Ddg:
Scope of Work. The objective for this Statement of Work (SOW) is to provide all management, labor, equipment and material necessary for design and construction for repair by replacement of the heating, air conditioning and ventilation (HVAC) system, electrical, water supply, fire suppression, water heater, IT & DATA, and Sump pump systems as required due to flooding damage, including all other associated incidental work and general repairs for Building 1466 as indicated this SOW. The effort consists of but is not limited to all necessary, environmental, civil, architectural, structural, mechanical/plumbing, fire protection/life safety, and electrical/telecommunications requirements. The project is located at Fort Belvoir, VA. The building will not be occupied nor in use during construction. Take necessary precautions to ensure pipes do not freeze during the winter months. The Contractor’s design and construction shall comply with the specifications and requirements contained herein. The design and technical criteria cited within this SOW establishes minimum standards for design and construction quality. Background/Existing Conditions: Building 1466 is located at 9325 Gunston Road, Fort Belvoir, VA 22060. It is home of the Institute of Heraldry, designing and developing a wide variety of heraldic devices for Official agencies of the US Federal Government. The building footprint is approximately 75,200 gross square feet, two-story and consists of a repository, laboratory and office space. Due to a fire suppression main separating from its retaining flange, most of the below grade areas experienced approximately three feet of water above the floor elevation. The mechanical and electrical rooms, also located on the ground floor; however, separated from the rest of the basement by a CMU wall, experienced water surfaces of eight feet above the floor elevation. The flooding damaged electrical components, HVAC control systems, electric motors and various controllers, fire alarm panel, Boiler, hot water heater, expansion tank and Telecommunication and IT systems. The electrical room contains a transformer, main power supply, service breakers, IT systems and the fire control boxes. The Mechanical room contains the electrical and mechanical components, motors, controllers, exhaust fans, boiler, and hot water heater.
Huntsville FRR VI MATOC D/B Module Cargo Elevator Repair, DIA HQ Base Anacostia-Bolling DIA HQ Building 6000, 200 MacDill Blvd. SE, Base Anacostia-Bolling, Washington, D.C 20344 $250,000-500,000
US Army AOE - Huntsville (W912DY-22-D- Amnd. 0) 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 necessary to replace the G Module cargo elevator, elevator #7 onsite at the DIA HQ Building 6000 200 MacDill Blvd, SE Washington, D.C. The repairs include all necessary Architectural, Mechanical, Electrical, Structural and Fire Protection requirements. Contractor shall field verify all dimensions and quantities prior to ordering material. Asbestos abatement may be required. In the event Asbestos is discovered, Contractor shall immediately notify Contracting Officer.
AFICA East Repairs to DLA-E Fuels Facilities at Rickenbacker ANGB, OH - SES handling Rickenbacker ANGB, OH DRAFT FOPR $1-5 Million
Dept of the AF (FA8903-22-R-0086 Amnd. 0) CMD: Ddg:
The work shall consist of, but not limited to, providing all labor, material, equipment, and transportation necessary to repair and upgrade various fuels facilities at Rickenbacker ANG, Ohio. All incidentals shall be provided in course of repairing or upgrading facilities to the most recent standards and codes.
Secure Admin/Ops Facility Phase 4 Nolan Bldg Renov Ft. Belvoir, VA - Phase 1 Ft. Belvoir, VA $25-100 Million
US Army COE Baltimore (W912DR22R0012 Amnd. 0) CMD: 1006316789 Ddg:
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Baltimore District (NAB), has been tasked to solicit for and award construction services for the renovation of the Nolan Building at Fort Belvoir, VA. Proposed project will be a competitive, firm-fixed price contract procured in accordance with FAR 15, Contracting by Negotiations, under a Design-Bid--Build Best-Value Tradeoff Process. The basic objective of this project is as follows: Comprehensive renovation of the existing Nolan Building. Systems to be repaired include the roofing, heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC); electrical distribution; water distribution, wastewater collection, fire alarm and suppression systems, ceilings, windows and doors, floor coverings, interior partitions, and interior and exterior finishes. Hazardous materials (HAZMAT) were identified in a survey, Asbestos containing materials (ACM) found or exposed will be abated and other HAZMAT will be addressed by this project.
HVAC Upgrade to Herbert R. Temple Jr Army National Guard Readiness Ctr. TARC, Arlington, VA PreSolic Notice posted 6/25/2020 $5-10 Million
National Guard Bureau (W9133L-20-B-4002 Amnd. 0) CMD: Ddg:
The National Guard Bureau, Construction Branch anticipates the solicitation and award of a contract to provide non-personal construction services to perform Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) upgrades project that would modify the existing HVAC systems in support of the Herbert R. Temple Jr. Army National Guard Readiness Center (TARC) located in Arlington, VA. This Sources Sought notice is to determine if there is an adequate number of qualified, interested small business concerns capable of responding to this sources sought. The solicitation has an estimated range magnitude of construction between $5,000,000 and $10,000,000. This HVAC upgrade includes adding Dry Hydrogen Peroxide (DHP) devices into the existing duct work. To install, a piece of the duct is cut out near the diffuser and the DHP device is placed inside and powered up. This project will include furnishing and installing the devices per manufacturer's instructions, the first round of replacement cartridges, and running power to the units. TARC employs over 3,000 people and contains approximately 500,000 square feet of office space in two (2) buildings.
USDA BARC D/B Building 308 Renovation -- PreSolic Notice updated 10/5/2021 Beltsville Agricultural Research Center (BARC), Beltsville, MD $25-100 Million
Dept of the Army (W912DR22R0002 Amnd. 0) CMD: Ddg: 1005806572
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Baltimore District (NAB), has been tasked to solicit for and award construction services for the USDA-ARS Beltsville Agricultural Research Center (BARC) Building 308 Renovation. The proposed project will be a competitive, firm-fixed-price (FFP), design-build (DB) contract procured in accordance with FAR 15, Contracting by Negotiations, under a two-step Best Value Tradeoff Process. The scope includes the gut interior and replace demolished features for desired function. Load bearing columns and exterior walls to remain. Interior walls can be demolished or moved as required per floorplan design. Replace/upgrade all utilities (telecom, data, mechanical, electrical, plumbing, fire protection, etc.). All buildings shall receive 480-volt electrical service and transformers as necessary. All utilities shall be replaced from building exterior back to main service connection. Building envelope and drainage features to ensure all exterior walls are “weathertight” and “watertight”. Exterior building drainage systems and roofs shall be replaced as part of building renovation. DB contractor shall perform all landscaping work. BARC will remove any furniture and equipment that they want to salvage; Remaining existing furniture, equipment and trash will be removed by the DB Contractor. Mitigate hazardous materials (asbestos, mold, etc.) as necessary, utilizing hazmat surveys completed by USACE Baltimore. Replace laboratory equipment, fume hoods, and casework. At Building 308, steam line will be replaced from building to exterior junction manhole for adjacent buildings. Service shutdown shall be coordinated. Elevators at each building shall be installed per floorplan design and meet building code requirements. Exterior work to be covered includes roof replacement or repair, removal of fire escapes, window replacements, replacement of exterior building features, building lighting, sidewalks, ramps, and parking spaces needed for ADA compliance. Interior staircases shall be installed per design, to meet code. The attics shall be completely weather tight and environmental contaminants shall be mitigated as necessary. New work shall be completed in a manner to preserve historical appearance and significance of existing structures.
Main Treasury Building Miscellaneous Projects Main Treasury Building Complex, 1500 Pennsylvania Av., NW, Washington, DC 20220
IRS (RFQ2032H321Q00056 Amnd. 0) CMD: Ddg:
Treasury needs to reconfigure spaces due to growth requirements for OCIO Program Offices, Secure Communication Program Offices and OCIO Policy Program Offices (Projects A, B, C & D). They also need to upgrade security with sound upgrades due to the use of speaker phones in Secured Offices (Project E & F). The projects have been combined to reduce the level of effort to meet the requirement. Project A: Main Treasury Rm 1453 Project B: Main Treasury Suite 1449A Project C; Main Treasury Suite B74 Project D: Main Treasury Room 5130 and 5467 Project E: FBB B3902, B3903, B3904, and B4002 Sound Upgrades / Additional Documents: FBB 3902, 3903, 3904 and 4002 Sound Upgrade Project F: Main Treasury Room 4317 Sound Upgrades / Additional Documents: MT 4317 Sound Upgrade
Munitions Load Crew Training Facility, AAFB Updated PreSolic notice 8/16/22 113th CES, Joint Base Andrews, Camp Springs, MD 20762 $5-10 Million
USACE, Baltimore (W912DR22B0003 Amnd. 0) CMD: 1005907819 Ddg:
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Baltimore District (NAB), has been tasked to solicit for and award construction services for Munitions Load Crew Training Facility at Joint Base Andrews, MD. The proposed project will be a competitive, firm-fixed-price, contract procured in accordance with FAR 14, Sealed Bidding, via an Invitation for Bid (IFB). This project is for the new construction of an 8,279 s.f. Munitions Load Crew Training Hangar and supporting facilities. Support facilities include toilets, offices, classroom, storage and support spaces. Project elements include, but are not limited to: sitework, pavement, utilities, stormwater management, building envelope, AT/FP compliant windows, upward acting motorized fabric hangar door, personnel entry doors, interior partitions and finishes, HVAC systems, 20-Ton air conditioning, plumbing systems, fire protection systems, power, lighting and telecommunications. Project also includes a fire water storage tank and a pump house. Contractor shall comply with all applicable Unified Facilities Criteria (UFC) and Air National Guard Engineering Technical Letters (ANG ETL) in addition to Federal, State, and local regulations. Facility will be designed as permanent construction in accordance with the DoD Unified Facilities Criteria (UFC) 1-200-01, General Building Requirements and UFC 1-200-02, High Performance and Sustainable Building Requirements. The facility should be compatible with applicable DoD, Air Force, and base design standards. In addition, local materials and construction techniques shall be used where cost effective. This project will comply with DoD antiterrorism/force protection requirement per UFC.
GSA 11 D/B DOS Columbia Plaza H443 MED DO OM 0820 Renovation 2401 E Street NW Washington, D.C. 20037 $250,000-500,000
GSA (47PM0222Q0004 Amnd. 2) CMD: Ddg:
The Bureau of Med-DO-OM (Managing Director of Operational Medicine) requested new furniture, enlarged sink in pantry, improved or repaired occupancy sensor lighting, and revised power, voice and data for all new furniture, new carpet, new paint. Under normal circumstances, FMS would be utilized. However, due to the complexity of this project and the FMS workload, the RPM assessment team has decided this project will be a Design Build through GSA. 1.2. PROJECT SUMMARY DESCRIPTION H443-MED_DO_OM-0820: Renovation for Bureau of Medicine, Operational Medicine: Design/Build to renovate space including new furniture, enlarged sink in pantry, improved or repaired occupancy sensor lighting, and revised power, voice and data for all new furniture, new carpet, new paint.
Army $499 Million Construction MATOC IDIQ - USACE Baltimore - Pre-Solicitation Notice Baltimore District's Area of Responsibility and North Atlantic Division’s Area of Responsibility
Dept of the Army, Baltimore District (W912DR22R0004 Amnd. 0) CMD: Ddg:
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Baltimore District issues this pre-solicitation notice for an Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ), Multiple Award Task Order Construction Contract (MATOC) for projects located in the Baltimore District’s Area of Responsibility (AOR) and North Atlantic Division’s (NAD) Area of Responsibility. It is anticipated that the preponderance of the task orders will be within the Baltimore District AOR. This is a Multiple Award Task Order Construction Contract (MATOC) for Design-Build (DB) and Design-Bid-Build (DBB) Construction projects in support of DoD and other Federal agencies and Intelligence Community (IC) entities. This MATOC will consist of both large and small businesses. This acquisition will utilize a two phase, best value methodology to establish the MATOC base contract awards on an unrestricted and restricted basis. The intent is to award up to five contract awards on an unrestricted basis and up to five contract awards on a restricted basis. Contract awards will be made to the offerors whose proposals are determined to be best-value to the Government considering both price and technical factors. The NAICS Code is 236220 with a small business size standard of $39,500,000.00. The period of performance is anticipated to be three (3) years date of award. The total capacity for the MATOC will be $499,000,000.00. A bid bond will be required in accordance with the terms and conditions of FAR 52.228-1 Bid Guarantee. The required amount of the bid bond is anticipated to be $10M for those proposing in the restricted (i.e. small business) pool and $25M for those proposing in the unrestricted pool. The scope of this contract will encompass Design-Build and Design-Bid-Build renovation and new construction projects. It may also include a broad variety of minor repair, modification, rehabilitation and/or alterations of existing buildings. The salient characteristics of these projects include: Vertical construction, full complement of construction disciplines to include: foundation, infrastructure, site utilities, superstructure, building systems; features of work include: interior/exterior mechanical/electrical / fire protection /HVAC/architectural finishes/ concrete/ plumbing / carpentry/ roofing. It may also include, but not be limited to: demolition, geo-technical investigation, infrastructure projects, interior fit-up, communications, security and force protection (AT/FP) projects. The Contractor shall be required to perform all work in accordance with the access and security requirements of the customer for each project. Some projects will require U.S. citizens only. This will be a two phase acquisition utilizing the best value tradeoff process. Awards will be made to the Offerors whose proposals are determined to be the best value to the Government considering the evaluation factors. It is anticipated that Phase I will be released on or about 20 February 2022 with proposals due on or about 22 March 2022.

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