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 SUNDAY 5/16/2021

Bid Date Project Location Estimate
5/18/2021 Navy SDVOSB Western: D/B P-3018 Relocate Main Gate Entry Control Point, LA AFB, CA North Douglas Street, El Sequndo, Los Angeles AFB, CA 90245 $4,644,000
2:00P Naval Faciities Eng Systems Command Southwest (N62473-14-D-0069X069 Amnd. 3) CMD: Ddg:
The project is to upgrade the Los Angles Air Force Base (LA AFB) Main Gate Complex Entry Control Facility (ECF) at North Douglas Street in El Segundo, California. LA AFB houses and supports the headquarters of the United States Space Force’s Space and Missile Systems Center. The main entry upgrade is critical for the base to achieve acceptable activation sequence of final denial barriers to stop vehicular threats entering the ECF. The primary purpose of the Contractor’s effort is to design and build the project scope within the awarded contract amount. The Contractor will accomplish this with the development of a comprehensive basis of design, full level design and specifications to enable contractors to construct the project in accordance with criteria and building codes.
5/19/2021 Dover SB MACC DB Renovate Wing Command Building 201 Building 201, 13th St, Dover AFB, DE 19902 $1-5 Million
3:00P Dover AFB (FA449721MR002 Amnd. 2) CMD: Ddg:
The general statement of work is to renovate building 201 (B201) and minor repairs to building 203 (B203). This project will involve life cycle repairs to multiple systems in Building 201 to include the Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning system (HVAC), interior finishes, and the electrical service entrance. This will include all design and construction work needed to convert the existing HVAC system to a 4-pipe system with variable air volume (VAV) Controls. This will include replacement of Pneumatic controls with Direct Digital Controls (DDC) and verification of valves and dampers, replacement of broken heating coils and rebalancing. Specific details outlining the full scope of work is provided below in section 1.5. In addition, the contractor shall identify and develop three (3) feasible relocation plans for evaluation and approval by Dover AFB as outlined in para. 1.5.6. The relocation work shall consist of all labor, materials, expertise, equipment, tools, testing, surveying, and transportation necessary to temporarily relocate B201 tenants to buildings 203 and 500 (B500) and relocate tenants back to B201 after construction. The contractor shall then proceed with the design of the renovations required to execute the relocation plan and then construct the designed renovations.
5/20/2021 AOC MACC 2020: Boiler Feedwater and City Piping Replacement at CPP Capitol Power Plant, Washington, D.C. $4-6 Million
5:00P AOC (AOCACB21R0053 Amnd. 4) CMD: Ddg:
BASE BID: * Construct temporary office and storage areas, including temporary enclosure fencing if required by the Owner. • Protect the building and site, building occupants and visitors during construction • Abate all remaining hazardous materials contained in the existing valve connection joints using the glove bag method. • Remove all piping and other accessories as shown in the IFC plans. • Install new piping and other accessories, including valves, chemical injection points, etc. as shown in the IFC construction drawings and specifications. • Remove all protection and construction materials and equipment and restore the site to preconstruction conditions • Clean area and restore operation. before starting the succeeding phase. • Work to be done in 2 Phases (North and South). OPTION 1,2&3: • Remove all piping and other accessories as shown in the demolition plans. • Install new piping and other accessories, including valves, pumps, water meters, etc. as shown in the IFC construction drawings and specifications. • Remove all protection and construction materials and equipment and restore the site to preconstruction conditions • Clean area and restore operation.
5/21/2021 GSA 11 D/B Replace Auditorium Roofing at GSA HQ 1800 F St NW Washington, D.C.20006 $850,000-1.5 Million
2:00P GSA (47PM0421Q0038 Amnd. 1) CMD: Ddg:
The GSA Headquarters was built in 1918. The auditorium and its roof were constructed at the same time. The GSA Headquarters is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. The existing sloped metal roof is composed of copper and is experiencing numerous leaks throughout its surface. The thickness of the copper metal has been reduced over the 100+ life due to normal wear and exposure to acid rain. 1.2 PROJECT SUMMARY DESCRIPTION: The copper roof metal is well beyond the expected life expectancy of 50 years. This project will replace the copper roof, the copper roof gutters and the copper downspouts with new 20 ounce and 26 ounce copper, respectively. A permanent interior perimeter catwalk will be constructed inside the auditorium. In addition, an access door will be installed in the north masonry wall of the attic. Interior attic lighting will also be provided for the perimeter of the space. This project is not a change in use of space. This project is not a change in occupancy. The project is a Design-Build delivery type.
5/21/2021 GSA 11 DB LBJ Basement Renovation Proj. Waterproofing, Vestibule, OCIO & Corridor 400 Maryland Ave., SW Washington DC 20202 $1-5 Million
4:30P GSA (47PM0121R0011 Amnd. 1) CMD: Ddg:
The building has 7 floors occupied above grade, plus a mechanical penthouse, and two levels below grade, including the basement parking area. The LBJ Building was built to house Federal Government offices and is currently the headquarters of the U.S. Department of Education. The building's architecture is not considered historically significant. However, the site on which it is located is prominent in the L'Enfant Plan which itself is on the National Register of Historic Places. In February 2009 GSA, with the Department of Education's concurrence, finalized an official remeasurement of this building at 386,635 USF. There are 4 components covered under this contract: A. Basement Waterproofing project B. Basement Garage Vestibule Renovation C. Basement OCIO Office Renovation D. Basement Corridor Renovation 1.1.A Basement Waterproofing Project: The building basement along the east exterior foundation wall is currently having water leaking issues. The seepage has damaged the interior drywall finishes and the acoustical ceiling tile located adjacent to the affected wall surfaces. Water stains are visible on the concrete ceiling, on the wall and floor along with staining of the drywall, studs and plaster applied to the wall. The damaged area is 180 feet long and 15-18 feet high (Refer to Appendix 6.A.1 for work area plan). The east exterior building area located adjacent to and above the basement contains a 130-foot-long trough and an exposed concrete slab/sidewalk. There are cracks at exterior slab/sidewalk surface and cracks inside the concrete drainage trough. The dimensions of the concrete sidewalk is approximately 130’x12’. The crack inside the drainage trough is approximately 130 feet long (Refer to Appendix 6.A.2 for Site work images). The General Services Administration (GSA) requests Design Build Contractor (DBC) to provide design and construction services for the seal and waterproofing at the structural foundation wall at basement level, and seal/ repair cracks at the exterior sidewalk and drainage trough. 1.1.B Basement Garage Vestibule Renovation: The General Services Administration (GSA) requests Design Build Contractor (DBC) to provide design and construction services for the renovation of the Garage Vestibule, West Elevator Lobby, and Elevator Cabs in the basement level (B) of the Lyndon B. Johnson (LBJ) Office. 1.1.C Basement OCIO Office Renovation: The General Services Administration (GSA) requests Design Build Contractor (DBC) to provide design and construction services for the Renovation of the OCIO office in the basement level (B) of the Lyndon B. Johnson (LBJ) Office Building. 1.1.D Basement Corridor Renovation: The General Services Administration (GSA) requests Design Build Contractor (DBC) to provide design and construction services for the Renovation of the corridor in the basement level (B) of the Lyndon B. Johnson (LBJ) Office Building.
5/26/2021 Main Treasury Building Miscellaneous Projects Main Treasury Building Complex, 1500 Pennsylvania Av., NW, Washington, DC 20220
12:00P 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
5/28/2021 USNA Repair MacDonough Hall Bldg. 102, U.S. Naval Academy - Phase 1 PreQualification U.S. Naval Academy, Annapolis, MD $25-50 Million
10:00A Dept of the Navy - NAVFAC Washington (N4008021R0033 Amnd. 0) CMD: Ddg:
MacDonough Hall is a 128,000 square feet, 6-story (2 full and 4 partial), granite and steel structure on the Historic Registry. Originally constructed in 1903 and last renovated in 1982, the building needs extensive renovations and repairs. MacDonough Hall is the home of the Physical Education Department at the U.S. Naval Academy. The facility is used to prepare midshipmen physically to become professional Navy and Marine Corps Officers. The MacDonough Hall facility provides the platform for course instruction in swimming, personal defense, recreational sports and wellness; as well as the administration of Physical Readiness Testing which will be on-going in the swing space. The project will replace the 157,000 gallon training pool and treatment system, provide upgrades to the HVAC system and controls, replace the Mercury-impregnated floor coating, abate asbestos and lead paint, upgrade the electrical system, upgrade the fire suppression system, make structural modifications and improvements, upgrade the plumbing and drainage system, and make exterior architectural and envelope repairs. The project also includes the disassembly of temporary operational spaces and the renovation and repairs, and has a construction/renovation period of 1,030 calendar days (2.8 years). Historically, long-term construction projects in older facilities have multiple unscheduled delays, therefore 60 additional calendar days are added to the construction schedule; bringing the estimated construction period to 1,090 days or 2.98 years.
6/2/2021 GSA 11 D/B Replace 4 Computer Room Air Conditioner Units for NAC Campus Nebraska Ave. TOP SECRET NAC Campus, 3801 Nebraska Ave., NW, Washington, DC 20016 $500,000-1 Million
4:00P GSA (47PM0421Q0031 Amnd. 0) CMD: Ddg:
DHS is replacing/upgrading CRAC Units in various buildings throughout the NAC Campus. Replacement of CRAC Unites in Building 19 & 20 with remote monitoring. These CRAC units are over 20 years old and are in need of an upgrade to ensure operational efficiency. Only 1 CRAC unit can be replaced at a time in each room. 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.
6/4/2021 LBJ Consolidation Construction and Switchgear, Floors 3, 4, 6, and 7 400 Maryland Ave., SW, Washington, DC 20024 $5-15 Million
4:00P GSA (47PM0121R0013 Amnd. 1) CMD: Ddg:
The work to be performed under the terms of this contract includes, but is not limited to, furnishing all management, supervision, subcontractors, consultants, labor, materials, supplies, and equipment to plan, schedule, construct, coordinate and assure effective performance of all requested construction services to meet the General Services Administration and its client agency’s (Department of Education) requirements. This Construction contract is for the renovation of floors 3, 4, 6, & 7 (approximately 198,369 USF) and bathrooms (10,000USF) of the existing building to be reconstructed as open office space with sufficient workspace and meeting space to meet the Department of Education’s programmatic requirements. The project shall improve the utilization rate of the LBJ Building and allow the Department of Education to add approximately 600 employees from leased spaces into the building. The project will include interior alterations and open workspace construction, including a few system upgrades to HVAC, new power distribution circuits, power distribution breaker tie upgrades, Life Safety items such as floor fire alarm and sprinkler systems in order to comply with current applicable codes. The project also includes significant renovations to the major Switchgear and electrical systems servicing the building.
6/7/2021 D/B 911th Vehicle Maintenance Shop at Ft. Belvoir - Phase 1 Ft. Belvoir, VA 22060 $10-25 Million
10:00A US Army COE Baltimore (W912DR21R0018 Amnd. 0) CMD: Ddg:
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Baltimore District (NAB), has been tasked to solicit for and award construction services for the 911th Vehicle Maintenance Shop at Fort Belvoir, VA. 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 project is to construct a standard-design medium Vehicle Maintenance Shop to include hazardous waste storage and oil storage buildings, vehicle parking lot, open and organizational equipment storage and heavy equipment parking with options for a vehicle storage building and Company Operations Facility. 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, barriers, and visual screening. Heating and air conditioning will be provided by stand-along 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 (5,147 SF), 1 Modular Buildings (4,820 SF) and Air Conditioning (Estimated 150 Tons).
6/7/2021 Hampton Roads SB MACC Repair Buildings A51 and A52, Naval Station Norfolk Naval Station Norfolk, Norfolk, VA $10-25 Million
2:00P Navy Mid-Atlantic (N4008521R0116 Amnd. 0) CMD: 14:00 Ddg:
The work includes repairs and renovations to NGIS buildings A-51 (Perry Hall) and A-52 (Truxton Hall). The buildings were constructed in 1943 and are two-story wood frame structures with brick veneer walls. Each building is 27,224 SF. The floors are wood frame along with the roof structure, which is covered with slate shingles. The existing windows are dark bronze, single-hung aluminum windows with 1” insulated glass sash. Interior renovations will include upgrading the floor, wall and ceiling finishes, kitchens, bathrooms and common spaces, the installation of an elevator in each building, and all incidental related work. An elevator is to be installed in each building. Exterior renovations include upgrading window and doors, replacement of slate shingle roof, and all incidental related work. Window and doors shall have ATFP compliant glazing. The slate shingle roof shall be replaced with architectural asphalt shingles. Repair to code the buildings electrical system, HVAC systems, fire protection systems, and update plumbing systems. Electrical system work includes replacing interior lighting throughout the buildings. HVAC system work includes replacing existing fan coil units throughout the buildings. Fire Protection system work includes replacing the fire alarm systems and existing building sprinkler systems. Plumbing system work includes replacing fixtures and piping. Fixtures to be replaced include toilets, tubs, sinks, lavatories, water coolers, and washing machines. All repairs and updates include all incidental related work.
6/7/2021 Dover SB MACC Fire Dept B140 Renovate HVAC and Controls, Project 1040949 B140, Purple Heart Drive, Dover AFB DE 19902 $1-5 Million
4:00P Dover AFB (FA449721MR004 Amnd. 0) CMD: Ddg:
SOW: 1.5.1 HVAC (Mechanical Room) 1.5.1.1 Contractor shall remove and replace existing natural gas boiler with 2 natural gas boilers that are properly sized to support the facility. New boilers shall operate in Lead-Lag sequence. 1.5.1.2 Contractor shall remove and replace existing chilled water pumps (CHWP) (2) and heating water pumps (HWP) (2). New pumps shall be controlled by individual variable frequency drives (VFD) and shall communicate with direct digital control (DDC) system. 1.5.1.3 Contractor shall remove and replace existing air handling units (AHU) in the mezzanine of the mechanical room, AHU-101, AHU-201, and AHU-501. New AHU(s) shall have direct drive fans, motors shall have ceramic bearings and be controlled by VFD. AHU(s) shall be tied to the DDC control system. 1.5.1.4 Contractor shall remove all mechanical/plumbing pipe and equipment insulation within the mechanical room and replace with new. 1.5.1.5 New DDC controls shall be provided and connected to all HVAC equipment throughout the facility to include but not limited to Air Handling Units, Pumps, VAVs, Fan Coil Units, Boilers, etc. 1.5.2 Plumbing 1.5.2.1 Contractor shall remove and replace existing hot water storage tank with a new tank of adequate capacity and compliant with UFGS 22 00 00 para. 2.11 Hot-Water Storage Tanks. 1.5.3 Controls 1.5.3.1 Contractor shall provide monitoring and controls connections to the existing generator fuel tank. The tank shall be monitored by a fuel level sensor with a low-fuel supervisory alert when the fuel level in a tank drops to two-thirds rated capacity, plus additional designated alert levels as necessary by code/regulations.
6/9/2021 AOC MACC 2020: Non-Walkable Tunnels & Utility Vaults Const for CPP UDS Tunnels Capitol Power Plant (CPP) Utility Distribution System (UDS) Tunnels $2-4 Million
5:00P AOC (AOCACB21R0054 Amnd. 5) CMD: Ddg:
1.1 Short Description The contractor shall complete discrete concrete repairs; install chemical curtain grouting; repair, clean, and or repaint existing pipe supports, and stanchions, in the Non-Walkable (Utility Vaults) BGM, CHM, O-Tunnels. 1.2 Background The Capitol Power Plant (CPP) provides steam and/or chilled water service to twentythree (23) buildings within the Capitol Complex. Buildings receive steam and/or chilled water service from the network of piping located within the CPP utility tunnels and from direct-buried piping systems. The Utility Distribution System (UDS) also serves as a pathway for communication and security cabling between various buildings and is approximately 4 miles in length.
6/11/2021 USDA BARC Addition and Renovation of Bldg. 434 USDA BARC,Beltsville, MD $1-5 Million
11:00A Dept of the Army (W912DR21B0011 Amnd. 1) CMD: Ddg:
The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), BARC located in Beltsville, Maryland has a need to renovate and expand an existing building, Building 434, for use as a Poultry Quarantine facility. The project will provide Poultry Quarantine spaces for Tom Turkeys, Hen Turkeys, Laying Hens, and Broiler Breeders, each within their own physically separated spaces, allowing controlled and separate management of relevant quarantine conditions. The purpose of quarantine is to stabilize environmental and biosecurity conditions for a duration of time before live poultry go to remote research labs. This quarantine facility will not perform any research, but assures healthy Biosecure conditions before Poultry enter research activities. This project includes Biosecurity measures to minimize threat of viruses, and manage environmental conditions such as light, temperature, feed, and water. Building 434 is physically located ~1,060 feet south of Powder Mill Road, 1,787' west of the Baltimore-Washington Parkway, and 2,067' east of Biocontrol Road. Building 434 was originally constructed as a goat barn in 1933 as a two-story central brick barn. The following year, two (2) separate one-story wings were added to Building 434. Currently, Building 434 stands at approximately 4,070 square feet. The structure has maintained its original use as a goat barn until abandoned in 2008.
6/11/2021 US Fish and Wildlife MATOC Construction Services Continental US and Hawaii for DOI, USFWS, NPS, BLM and FS
12:00P U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) (140F0521R0002 Amnd. 0) CMD: Ddg:
The USFWS anticipates soliciting and awarding a Multiple Award Task Order Contract or a Simplified Acquisition of Basic Engineering Requirements (SABER) contract. MATOC or SABER is a type of Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract associated with construction, maintenance, repair and alteration of real property. The intent of this MATOC is to support the “Great American Outdoors Act” (GAOA). GAOA established the National Parks and Public Land Legacy Restoration Fund to support deferred maintenance projects on Federal lands. For FY2021-FY2025, up to $1.9 Billion per year will be deposited into this fund. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) will receive 5%, Bureau of Land Management (BLM), and Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) will receive 5% (up to $95M). The National Park Service (NPS) will receive 70% (up to $1.3B) and Forest Service (FS) will receive 15% (up to $285M). **These MATOCs will be available for all DOI bureaus and FS to issue orders against for GAOA projects and for other Construction Alteration and Repair requirements as needed by the bureaus (i.e., disaster recovery and planned deferred maintenance). **Firms will not be required to provide services throughout the entire coverage area. Firms are to select the geographical locations where they can provide coverage for their services. The Governments intent is to break the primary coverage area into small geographical regions. These smaller regions have not been determined at this time. ** The primary area of coverage will be the continental US and Hawaii in any state or US territory for Department of Interior U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, National Park Service, Forest Service, and Bureau of Land Management. Work will be performed on land owned, leased, or with use agreements located in any state or US territory. Project sites may occur on tribal or tribal reservation land and require employment rights compliance. Typical work under the contract will include, but will not be limited to minimal design services, construction of facilities, interior and exterior facility renovations, demolition and installation, heating and air-conditioning, HVAC controls, plumbing, fire suppression, interior and exterior electrical and lighting, fire and intrusion alarms, communications, interior & exterior utilities, site-work, landscaping, fencing, masonry, roofing, concrete, asphalt paving, storm drainage, limited environmental remediation, surveys, studies, and other related work. All work will be accomplished in accordance with individual task order requirements, master specifications, contractor developed construction drawings, and a detailed estimate developed using a contract specific cost estimating software and unit price databases. The term of the contract shall include a base period of 1 year with options for four (4) additional one (1) year periods. Total contract amount is estimated at $150 million over 5 years or a maximum of $30 million annually with a minimum task order value of $2,000, and a maximum task order value of $30 million. The total of individual task orders placed against the contract shall not exceed $150 million.
6/15/2021 GSA 11 NRC 6th Floor Renovation, One White Flint North Building 11555 Rockville Pike, Rockville, MD 20852 $2-2.7 Million
1:00P GSA (47PM0221Q0040 Amnd. 1) CMD: Ddg:
NRC is in the process of renovating the sixth floor at the One White Flint North building. The sixth floor consists of approximately 15,000 SF. NRC’s primary goal of the renovation is to create convertible offices that are primarily used as private office and may be used as a huddle room when the “owner” is working from home or on scheduled leave, and to create smaller and more efficient workstations with sit-stand option and hoteling workstations. For those who prefer more privacy, staff may use one of the twelve huddle rooms, four focus rooms, or the quiet room. Six phone booths are also strategically placed throughout the floor for private phone calls. The project does not change the occupancy. The project does not change the use of space. This project concerns: (1) renovation of the sixth floor tenant space (2) lobby renovations (3) air handling unit replacement.
6/17/2021 Patuxent River P-152, Air Traffic Control Tower (WOLF), Saint Inigoes, MD Webster Outlying Field, Saint Inigoes, MD $10-25 Million
2:00P Dept of the Navy (N4008021R7290 Amnd. 1) CMD: Ddg: 1005804844
This is a new requirement to demolish and construct a new Air Traffic Control Tower (ATCT) at Webster Outlying field for the Naval Air Station Patuxent River, Maryland. During construction, the existing ATCT will remain in service until the new tower is operational. To minimize delay during this process, the design for the project must include any temporary utilities and coordination needed to facilitate the transition of the existing ATCT to the new ATCT. In addition, the project should include construction of associated roads, parking and utilities.
P490 Design/Build Fire Crash Rescue Station, Joint Base Andrews - PreSolicitation 4/8/2021 Joint Base Andrews, Camp Springs, MD $10-25 Million
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.
D/B Modernization of the USDA Foreign Disease-Weed Science Research Lab - PreSolicitation 4/23/21 1301 Ditto Ave., Fort Detrick, Frederick, MD $25-100 Million
Dept of the Army, Baltimore (W912DR21R0015 Amnd. 0) CMD: Ddg:
The project scope includes constructing a new Biosafety Level 3 (BSL-3) Plant Pathogen Containment Facility consisting of a laboratory, head house and greenhouse and will be adjacent to existing buildings 1301-1309 of the FDSWRL complex. The new facility will be approximately 50,000 GSF and will serve as the replacement for Building 374 (BSL-3 Plant Pathogen Containment) and Building 390 (Effluent Decontamination System) which has a combined total of approximately 18,500 GSF. The proposed construction at Ft Detrick will be performed on an active research campus located on a secure military installation. Bridging Documents (BD) will consist of a 35% completed design submission. The Design-Build Contractor will use the BDs as the basis to complete a set of construction
NIST D/B Site-Center Steam Supply and Condensate Piping Two-Phase, South Leg Gaithersburg, MD 20899 PreSolicitation Notice posted 4/30/2021 $1-5 Million
NIST (NB195000-21-00193 Amnd. 0) CMD: Ddg:
This is a Design-Build requirement for underground steam condensate piping replacement and steam system repairs on the southern portion of the NIST, Gaithersburg, Maryland campus. This section of the underground steam and condensate piping is often referred to as the “South Leg”. The magnitude for this project is estimated to be between $1 Million and $5 Million. Steam and condensate piping are located underground with steam manholes located at regular intervals along its length. The piping is a pre-engineered system consisting of a steel carrier pipe (steam or condensate), insulation, and an external steel conduit pipe which is coated to resist rusting. This piping system is direct buried approximately ten (10) feet below grade, with the steam and condensate piping each in their own separate conduits. The Design-Build Contractor shall bear the burden of providing properly selected and installed equipment in order to meet the Government’s performance requirements as outlined in the attached DRAFT Statement of Work.
USDA South Bldg. D/B Wing 6 & 7 Modernization PreSolicitation posted 4/26/2021 Washington, DC 20250 $80-100 Million
USDA (12314421R0006 Amnd. 0) CMD: 1005923141 Ddg:
The modernization of Wing 6 & 7 will be solicited and award in accordance with Two Phase Design-Build methods prescribed by FAR 36.3. The project will be executed through the Design-Build method utilizing a phased approach beginning with Wing 7 followed by Wing 6. Wing 7 design will commence after contract award. It is anticipated that Wing 6 design will not commence until after both Wing 7 design is completed and construction work has begun. Wing 6 design will be completed prior to completion of Wing 7 construction so that construction at Wing 6 can commence at that point. The work of the Wing 6 & 7 Modernization Project includes, but is not limited to, the following design disciplines and their related building/ site/ utility systems: 1. Civil Engineering 2. Geotechnical Engineering 3. Landscape Architecture 4. Environmental/ HAZMAT Remediation Engineering 5. Life Safety Engineering 6. Architecture 7. Historic Preservation 8. Interior Design 9. Structural Engineering 10. Blast & ATFP Engineering 11. Mechanical and HVAC Engineering 12. Plumbing Engineering 13. Fire Detection and Suppression Engineering 14. Electrical Engineering 15. Information Technology Engineering 16. Telecommunications Engineering 17. Vertical Transportation Engineering 18. Sustainability 19. Commissioning (General & Enhanced) The Wing 6 and 7 modernization shall be USGBC LEED Silver certified per LEED v4 IC+C, Commercial Interiors. Contractor and their Designers of Record shall develop their Sustainability approach to compliance and submit to Government for approval as part of their response to the Design-Build RFP. The Wing 6 & 7 Modernization shall include select exterior building repairs and upgrades, updated interior finishes, plumbing fixtures/ risers/ laterals, energy efficient lighting systems, updated MEP and Fire Detection and Suppression systems, including Telecom and Data upgrades and infrastructure as required to support the increased population and correct existing deficiencies. Exterior building work is limited to the replacement and repair of roof systems, flashings, gutters, exterior masonry parapets repairs and sealant/ backer-rod replacement. Repainting and replacement of sealant around select existing exterior windows and doors, and at the interior surfaces of these exterior components. Perform exterior masonry repairs to mitigate water damage at select locations identified in the Design Documents. Exterior work includes replacement of retaining wall (moat wall) and adjacent landscaping. The South Building shall remain fully operational 24 hours per day, 7 days per week and 365 days per year.
USDA BARC D/B Building 308 Renovation -- PreSolic Notice posted 4/28/2021 Beltsville Agricultural Research Center (BARC), Beltsville, MD $25-100 Million
Dept of the Army (W912DR21R0025 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 Construction Services - PreSolicitation 4/8/21 Hampton Roads Area of Responsibility T/Os Range $250K-$5 Million
NAVFAC Mid-Atlantic (N4008521R0083 Amnd. 0) CMD: Ddg:
This project 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.
USDA-ARS Beltsville Agricultural Research Center (BARC) D/B Building 002 Renovation - Phase 1 Beltsville, MD -- PreSolicitation Notice 4/28/2021 $10-25 Million
Army COE Baltimore (W912DR21R0024 Amnd. 0) CMD: Ddg: 1005806545
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 002 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. No survey or inventory will be provided, nor will it be required. Mitigate hazardous materials (asbestos, mold, etc.) as necessary, utilizing hazmat surveys completed by USACE Baltimore. Replace laboratory equipment, fume hoods, and casework. 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. Building 002 has a connecting vestibule to Building 003. This is included in the project and is requires the install of windows, flooring and paint, etc. 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.
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.
US Fish and Wildlife MATOC DB Const Services - PreSolicitation Notice 4/22/2021 Continental US and Hawaii
Dept of the Interior (140F0521R0004 Amnd. 0) CMD: Ddg:
Two-Phase Design-Build Selection Procedures Type of Contract: Firm Fixed Price, IDIQ The intent of this pre-solicitation is to notify potential offerors of a total Small Business set-aside Firm Fixed Price Multiple Award Task Order Contract (MATOC) for Design-Build Construction Services. These MATOCs will be available to all DOI bureaus and Forest Service for use and will incorporate the needs of all bureau GAOA projects. These MATOCs will also be used for other Design-Build Construction requirements by all Bureaus as needed (i.e., disaster recovery and planned deferred maintenance). The primary area of coverage will be the continental US and Hawaii in any state or US territory for Department of Interior U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, National Park Service, Forest Service, and Bureau of Land Management. Work will be performed on land owned, leased, or with use agreements located in any state or US territory. Project sites may occur on tribal or tribal reservation land and require employment rights compliance. Typical work under the contract will include, but will not be limited to design services, construction of facilities, interior and exterior facility renovations, demolition and installation, heating and air-conditioning, HVAC controls, plumbing, fire suppression, interior and exterior electrical and lighting, fire and intrusion alarms, communications, interior & exterior utilities, site-work, landscaping, fencing, masonry, roofing, concrete, asphalt paving, storm drainage, limited environmental remediation, surveys, studies, and other related work. Scopes of work for each task order will vary from site to site. All work will be accomplished in accordance with individual task order requirements, master specifications, contractor developed construction drawings, and a detailed estimate developed using a contract specific cost estimating software and unit price databases. The Government intends to award multiple contracts resulting from this solicitation to the responsible offerors whose proposals represent the best value utilizing the Tradeoff process as described in FAR 15.101-1, and in accordance with FAR 36.3 Two-Phase Design-Build Selection Procedures. The term of the contract shall include a base period of 1 year with options for four (4) additional one (1) year periods. Total contract amount is estimated at $250 million over 5 years. The total of individual task orders placed against the contract will range from $500,000 to $2,000,000.00 with a few up to $20,000,000.00. The Request for Proposal (RFP) will be issued on or about May 10, 2021 with proposals due approximately June 10, 2021.
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: 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.
Washington Aqueduct Second High Reservoir Maintenance and Improvements- PreSolicitationNotice 3/1020 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
Tobyhanna Army Depot-Wide IDIQ MATOC for Maintenance, Repair, Minor Const Services -- DRAFT RFP 11 Hap Armold Blvd, Tobyhanna, PA 18466-5079 PreSolic posted 5/5/21 >$10 Million
Tobyhanna Public Works Dept (W25G1V21R0014 Amnd. 0) CMD: Ddg:
The objective for this Statement of Work (SOW) is to provide labor, equipment, tools, materials, supervision and transportation to successfully perform TO’s (task orders) associated with this Multiple Award Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (MATOC) contract for Tobyhanna Army Depot (TYAD). Contractors shall have the capability of 24-hour response, if necessary. Contractors must also have the capability of simultaneously managing numerous complex and multi-discipline projects. Work includes, but is not limited to depot-wide minor construction, repairs, maintenance alterations, emergency services and/or renovations. The contractor shall complete all work and services under this contract in accordance with schedules that are established in each task order. Submittal dates will be included in the individual task orders. These dates identify when information is due in the issuing Government office and other addresses identified in the individual task orders. The types and numbers submittals and dates and places for review meeting shall be established by each task order under this contract. The contractor will submit a Quality Control Plan and an Accident Prevention Plan to accommodate a basic NAICS Code 236220 projects requirements. Background. Currently there are insufficient installation services directorate personnel to perform all infrastructure repairs, maintenance and minor construction services for the foreseeable long-term future considering the current staffing levels and the anticipated high volume of work that will be needed to implement and maintain existing and new buildings. 1.2 Qualifications for Award. The goal of this acquisition is to obtain high quality contractors at a reasonable and realistic price, providing the best value to the government thru this MATOC thru multiple awarded TO’s. Each firm-fixed price task order awarded will delineate the negotiated price, the scope of work and the performance period. The government will evaluate submitted Quality Control Plan (QCP) and Accident Prevention Plan (APP) for thoroughness in accordance with UFGS Quality Control Requirements and applicable United States Corps of Engineers (USACE) Construction Quality Control Management (CQCM) standards, processes and procedures, and United States Corps of Engineers Engineering Manual 385-1-1 (USACE-EM385)Site Safety and Health requirements and make multiple contract awards based on those plans without discussions with offerors (except clarifications as described in FAR 15.306(a). Ordering Period: The contract ordering period shall be for five (5) years beginning May 2021 through April 2026.
CBR B154 and B164 Construction, Indian Head -- PreSolicitation Notice 3/4/2021 Indian Head, MD $25-100 Million
Dept of the Navy (N40080-21-R-9393 Amnd. 0) CMD: 1005776398 Ddg:
This project will reconstruct the existing buildings (Bldg.154 & Bldg164) from the structural slab up, constructing a two-story facility that includes chemical, biological and radiological laboratories, storage, loading docks and administrative space accommodating 60 personnel. The project requirement include but is not limited to: State of the art research facilities uniquely designed and configured spaces. High ceilings, unique floor layouts, heavy-duty foundations, thick walls, air conditioning and heating, bio-safety level 3 separated sewer system. Additional requirements include: Locating operations in the restricted area of the base to ensure adequate security; co-locating related operations for improved efficiency.

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