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BID SCHEDULE AS OF WEDNESDAY 10/27/2021

Bid Date Project Location Estimate
11/3/2021 NMIC-1 D/B Replace Chillers & Controls, NMIC, Phase 2 National Maritime Intelligence Center, Suitland, MD $10-25 Million
2:00P Navy CHESDIV (N4008020R5270 Amnd. 8) CMD: 1005520367 Ddg:
This is a Two-Phase Design-Build procurement. The purpose of this project is for the replacement of the chiller plant equipment and HVAC controls systems at the National Maritime Intelligence Center (NMIC). The scope of the DB RFP includes two major components. The first component of the DB RFP is for the comprehensive replacement of the building Central Utility Plant (CUP) equipment and system components. The replacement of chiller system components is limited to the plant equipment but excludes the condenser water equipment and distribution. The second component is for an all-inclusive replacement of the heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) existing control system for all major/source equipment as well as distribution and terminal equipment in the entire building. The DB RFP includes not only performance criteria and requirements, but also design development concept equivalent to a 15% level of completion for the chiller and controls replacement.
11/3/2021 FAA Chiller Plant and Control System Modifications, Washington Air Route Traffic Control Center 3701 Macintosh Dr., Warrenton, VA 20187 $6-8 Million
5:00P Federal Aviation Administration New England Region (697DCK-21-R-00411 Amnd. 1) CMD: Ddg:
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), New England Region, currently has a requirement for the replacement and upgrade of the chiller system and facility building automation system at the Washington Air Route Traffic Control Center (ARTCC) located at 3701 Macintosh Dr., Warrenton, VA. The work shall include, but is not limited to, the following: A. Installation of two temporary air cooled chillers. B. Removal and replacement of multiple chillers, cooling towers, chilled water pumps, condenser water pumps and HVAC control system. C. Construction of an access platform related to new cooling towers. D. Removal and installation of power panels, conduit, wire. E. Relocation of fire alarm system devices and fire sprinkler systems. F. Removal and replacement of lighting in the chiller room and cooling tower yard. G. Facility wide replacement of the Building Automation System including all control panels, controllers, some devices and workstations. H. In accordance with Executive Order 13693 the FAA must maximize the use of safe alternatives to ozone depleting substances, as approved by Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) Significant New Alternatives Policy (SNAP) Program. Chillers installed under this SIR must meet the requirement of the SNAP Program. B. Removal and replacement of multiple chillers, cooling towers, chilled water pumps, condenser water pumps and HVAC control system.
11/10/2021 Hampton Roads SB MACC DB P1604F Open Mess Hall Repair, Camp Lejeune, NC Camp LeJeune, NC $1 to 5 Million
2:00P Navy Mid-Atlantic (N6247021R9029 Amnd. 2) CMD: Ddg:
Description of the Work: The project work includes repair by replacement of a building wing known as the “Lejeune Room” in building 2615, Camp Lejeune’s Officer’s Club. The Lejeune Room is an approximately 2,550 square foot central wing located at the rear of the building. This design-build (DB) project will fully replace and expand the Lejeune Room, which was significantly damaged by Hurricane Florence (2018). The room, post-renovation, will have the same function and tenants with an increased capacity of approximately 4,575 square feet.
11/15/2021 AFICA EAST D/B Repairs and Upgrades to Fuel Facilities, Shaw AFB, SC Shaw AFB, SC $1-5 Milliom
1:00P Dept of the Air Force (FA8903-22-F-0003 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 at Shaw AFB, SC. All incidentals shall be provided in course of repairing or upgrading facilities. The Contractor shall perform the requirements (Deficiency Table) at fuels facilities located at Shaw AFB, SC. The scope of the four deficiencies further detailed in the Issued for Construction design (GFI files).
11/16/2021 Veterans Benefits Admin Regional Office (VARO) Renovations, Baltimore Regional Office George H. Fallon Federal Building at 31 Hopkins Plaza, Baltimore, MD >10 Million
2:00P GSA - Phila, PA (47PD0321R0022 Amnd. 1) CMD: Ddg:
The general scope of work includes, but is not limited to, demolition of existing offices, break rooms, and conference rooms, and interior renovations for new tenant layouts. The new tenant layout includes offices, open workstation area, file and storage rooms, copy and break rooms, and conference/training rooms, interview rooms. IT support spaces are also included in the design. New/repaired finishes, mechanical/plumbing work, electrical work, and fire protection work are involved for complete operational space. Phasing for this project is based on floor location. The project shall be completed in four (4) phases as described in the Contract Documents. Each phase shall achieve partial substantial completion and be occupied by the Government before beginning the next phase unless indicated otherwise. The contractor shall coordinate with the Government for all move/relocation schedules and timelines. Only one (1) phase shall be provided to the Contractor at a time. Phasing will be required and the building will be occupied in adjacent suites. Occupancy notifications are to be posted in a prominent location in and near the work area. Before work is started, the Contractor shall arrange with the Contracting Officer a sequence of procedure if required, means of access, space for storage of materials and equipment, and use of approaches, corridors, and stairways. The contractor shall be responsible for storage of materials off-site and not in the building.
11/18/2021 P490 Design/Build Fire Crash Rescue Station, Joint Base Andrews - Phase 1 Joint Base Andrews, Camp Springs, MD $10-25 Million
1:00A Dept of the Navy (N40080-21-R-6382 Amnd. 0) CMD: Ddg: 1005803603
This is a Two-Phase Design-Build procurement that will be conducted utilizing Full & Open Unrestricted competitive negotiation procedures and two-phase design-build selection procedures under FAR Part 15 and FAR Subpart 36.3. Evaluation will be conducted utilizing the Best Value Source Selection (BVSS) tradeoff process. Project Description: This Design Build contract requires design and construction of a new 36,218 sq. ft. Crash Rescue Station at Joint Base Andrews, Maryland. The new facility will provide a Large Headquarters Station that is sited to serve both fight lines and the Installation’s structures, and support current and future flying missions at the base. The new Crash Rescue Station Facility scope includes combined emergency communication center, fourteen aircraft rescue firefighting apparatus equipment/ maintenance bays, residential, training areas, gym, conference rooms, administration and management offices, an alternate emergency operations center, clean/dirty rooms for special equipment, logistics warehouse, response trailer storage and necessary recreation (television room/lounge/dining/kitchen) space, heating ventilation and air conditioning, electrical, communication, fire detection/suppression and mass notification/intercom systems, site preparations, parking lot, landscaping, storm water management, utilities and utilities connection, emergency generator with fuel tank and automatic transfer switch, and all other necessary work associated with this project. The project also includes the demolition of the existing buildings, one building totaling 18,008 sq. ft. and the other totaling 1,098 sq. ft.
11/23/2021 Navy SDVOSB Western: DBB MADIS Repair on Bldg. 1978 (TP22015M) and 1974 (TP22016M), Twentynine Palms Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center (MCAGCC) Twentynine Palms, CA
2:00P Dept of the Navy, NAVFAC Southwest (N62473-14-D-0069X079 Amnd. 0) CMD: Ddg:
PROJECT # TP22015M. REPAIRS BLDG. 1978, a 9,755 SF concrete warehouse, planned for change of use to an instruction facility. Repairs, include: testing and abating (as required) for asbestos and lead; repair/replace and upgrade electrical components throughout building to code (including conductor to a new transformer); HVAC upgrade and ductwork to support demand (including piping to air cooled chiller and required air handling units); change over occupancy sensors; repair/renovate restrooms for ADA compliance and gender use(demo lounge/office for construction of additional restroom); patch flooring joints/holes/trip hazards and seal all concrete flooring; remove/replace flooring in offices; repair/patch/finish/paint all office walls; inspect/repair fire suppression and upgrade alarm systems; reseal exterior joints; paint exterior metal sheathing; modify, upgrade, and replace communication/IT to standards; Interior reconfiguration to meet change of use requirements of applied instruction classrooms and simulator space includes: infilling over doors; adding additional man-doors; constructing new insulated wall and ceilings for classrooms with appropriate level of electrical, mechanical, fire suppression, and telecommunications. Furniture, Fixtures and Equipment (FFE) to include, audiovisual, tables, racks, etc., will be an option to the contract action. Current FCI is 81 and MDI of 19, which will change a FCI of 90+ and a MDI of 33 with the repairs and change of use. Areas affected by repair will be in compliance with applicable ATFP, Fire Suppression, Seismic, Accessibility, ASHRAE, and LEEDs requirements upon completion of the project. PROJECT # TP22016M. REPAIRS BLDG. 1974, a 13,227 SF concrete facility that is planned for change of use to an instruction facility. Repairs include: testing and abating (as required) for asbestos and lead; replace deteriorated and leaking roof; repair/replace and upgrade electrical components to code (including installing a new transformer); replacing man-and overhead doors; HVAC upgrade and duct work (including air cooled chiller and required air handling units); remove vehicle exhaust and abandoned lubrication systems; change over occupancy sensors; repair/renovate restrooms for ADA compliance (demo gear room for restroom space); patch flooring joints/holes/trip hazards and seal all concrete flooring; remove/replace flooring in offices; repair/patch/finish/paint all office walls; inspect/repair fire suppression and upgrade alarm systems; reseal exterior joints; paint exterior metal sheathing; modify/upgrade/replace communication/IT to standards; Interior reconfiguration to meet change of use requirements of applied instruction classrooms and simulator space includes: infilling over doors; adding additional man-doors; constructing new insulated walls and ceilings for classrooms with appropriate level of electrical, mechanical, fire suppression, and telecommunications. Furniture Fixtures and Equipment to include: audiovisual, tables, rack, etc, will be an option to the contract action. Current FCI is 83 and MDI of 10, which will change to a FCI of 90+ and a MDI of 33 with the repairs and change of use. Areas affected by repair will be in compliance with applicable ATFP, Fire Suppression, Seismic, Accessibility, ASHRAE, and LEEDs requirements upon completion of the project.
Washington Aqueduct Second High Reservoir Maintenance and Improvements- PreSolicNotice 3/10/20 Washington Aqueduct, Intersection of Van Ness Street and 44th Street, NW, Wash., DC 20016 $5-10 Million
Dept of the Army (W912DR20B0006 Amnd. 0) CMD: Ddg:
The project consists of implementing upgrades and improvements to the Second High Reservoir to address operational and sanitary survey issues previously identified. This will result in improved water quality and operation within the distribution system. The work includes the replacement of a brick Sample Building; the replacement of the 24” drain line; installation of mechanical mixers; sealing of all interior joints and cracks; installation of a spread spectrum radio communications antenna; installation of a roof sub-drainage system and the replacement of the perimeter fence. This reservoir is a critical component of the distribution system and so the reservoir outage period is restricted. An experienced contractor with resources and expertise to handle the following project constraints is needed: 1. The reservoir roof surface has limited weight restrictions and can only be taken out of service for three (3) months. All work needing to be performed inside the reservoir has to be completed within that time frame. 2. The demolition and re-building of brick Sample Building must be done within the limited outage window while the reservoir is out of service. 3. Access into the reservoir structure is limited and all work therein is considered confined space work. 4. The reservoir is located in a residential neighborhood and so noise ordinance requirements must be strictly adhered to. 5. The existing security server and associated equipment is to be removed and re-installed by a professional security contractor
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 PreSolicitation Notice posted 6/28/2021 113th CES, Joint Base Andrews, Camp Springs, MD 20762 $5-10 Million
USACE, Baltimore (W912DR21B0021 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.
DHS Operations Center (DOC A) Phase 2D, St Elizabeths West Campus St Elizabeths West Campus, SE Wash DC PreSolicitation posted 9/20/2021 $10-15 Million
GSA (47PM0021R0009 Amnd. 0) CMD: 1006022970 Ddg:
The DHS Operations Center (DOC A) Phase 2D includes several major construction elements relating to the remaining tenant fit-out of the DHS consolidated Operations Center facility (DHS Operations Center (DOC A) Phase 2D is currently finished with construction, but has some additional services needed, so it will be included in this proposal as a modification. The operations center building consists of two (2) stories below grade. Located adjacent to the United State Coast Guard Headquarters (USCG HQ - Munro Bldg.), the remaining tenant fit-out work will finish spaces designated for the DHS components and required to support the DHS mission at the St. Elizabeth’s campus. The St Elizabeths site is approximately 176 acres and is a National Historic Landmark (NHL) site containing primarily office space and parking structures with some special buildings for conferences and food service. The site, located one mile east of DC on Martin Luther King Boulevard, is the former St. Elizabeths Hospital site in Anacostia, Washington, DC. Three phases are planned in total, with a phasing summary as follows: Phase 1 – new construction for the U.S. Coast Guard Headquarters (USCG) (1,179,500 gsf) [awarded September 2009] Adaptive reuse of historic buildings for DHS at 179,250 gsf; Phase 2 – The Center Building for DHS, Central Utility Plant and DHS Operations Center, a mix of new construction and adaptive reuse projects along with FEMA Headquarters at 1.7 million gsf and Phase 3 – a combination adaptive reuse and new construction for Customs and Border Protection (CBP), Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), Transportation Security Administration (TSA) and DHS (1,398,150 gsf).
DLA Overwatch Booths & Dining Patio Pavers, Ft Belvoir, VA - Pre-solicitation notice Ft. Belvoir, VA $1-5 Million
Dept of the Army (W912DR21B0010 Amnd. 0) CMD: 1005139967 Ddg:
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Baltimore District, has been tasked to solicit for and award construction services for the installation of two (2) new pre-fabricated overwatch booths with power and communications connections at Fort Belvoir, Virginia. The proposed project will be a competitive, firm-fixed-price (FFP), design-build (DB), Invitation for Bid (IFB) procured in accordance with FAR Part 14 Sealed Bidding. Each booth will be approximately 67 Square Feet and will be on an elevated concrete slab with access via concrete stairs. The work also includes provision and installation of new granite and concrete patio pavers and improvements to the sub base at the cafeteria patio. Total disturbed area for patio pavers is 9,626, Square Feet. Patio pavers are to match the existing color, pattern and size. The work also includes replacement of existing ground flush-mount lighting and circuit with ten (10) new LED flush-mount lighting fixtures in the same locations.
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.
Hampton Roads D/B IDIQ MACC for Utility Mechanical Const Svcs; SEED: Replace Cooling Tower #5 SEED: Replace Cooling Tower #5 Bldg. 174, Norfolk Naval Shipyard, Portsmouth, VA T/Os Range $250K-$5 Million
NAVFAC Mid-Atlantic (N4008521R0083 Amnd. 3) CMD: Ddg:
SEED PROJ: Remove existing Cooling Tower #5 at Building 174, Norfolk Naval Shipyard, Portsmouth, Virginia, and replace with new. Price for the entire work for the demolition of the existing cooling tower #5 and it's accessories and the cooling tower structural support. Install a new cooling tower equal or better than the existing cooling tower with all the required accessories and structural support for a fully functional cooling tower. This IDIQ MACC will require the ability to manage multiple task orders concurrently across the Hampton Roads AOR. The work includes, but is not limited to, a diverse range of utility construction services including demolition, repair, replacement, modification, and new installation of various systems to include but not limited to steam, natural gas, storm water, sanitary sewer, domestic water, saltwater, oily waste/waste oil, steam, hot or chilled water supply, compressed air, fuel oil, and with incidental work such as general construction and specialty trades; and removal of asbestos or lead contaminated materials. Work to take place but not limited to various outside of facilities and buildings, inside of facilities and buildings where connected to the building systems, under facilities and buildings, underground, above ground, above piers, on piers, under piers, inside double deck piers, in trenches, in tunnels. It is anticipated that no more than five (5) contracts will be awarded as a result of this potential solicitation. The duration of the contract(s) will be for one (1) year from the date of contract award with four (4) one-year option periods. The total five-year (base and four one-year options) estimated construction cost for all contracts will not exceed $95,000,000 for the life of the contract. Projects awarded on this MACC will have an estimated construction cost of approximately $250,000 to $5,000,000; however, smaller and larger dollar value projects may be considered.

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