Clandestine Laboratory, Training and Research Center, Department of Justice DEA, in Quantico, Virginia
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BID SCHEDULE AS OF SATURDAY 1/18/2020

Bid Date Project Location Estimate
1/21/2020 GSA 11 DB Steam Station Replacement, Howard T. Markey National Courts 717 Madison Place, NW, Washington, D.C 20439 $250,000-750,000
10:00A GSA (47PM0320Q0007 Amnd. 3) CMD: Ddg:
The existing steam stations are a single stage type system, fed by a 250 psi line from HOTD. The building houses two current steam stations, both in a 250 PSI x 15 PSI single-drop configuration. One steam station serves the three houses, the other serves the Markey core building. This configuration is causing failure of pressure regulators at unexpected times, including shattered valves due to drastic drops. Additionally, piping in not correctly sized. This project shall replace both existing single-drop steam station with a 250 PSI x 100/60 x 15 drop system, including new valves, gauges, piping, and insulation. The building has a third steam station for HVAC that is abandoned. This station needs to be removed and finishes repaired. The main hot water circulating pumps are located immediately adjacent to the steam station. Each of the five pumps is improperly attached directly to concrete pad. Each of the five circulating pumps needs to be modified with a proper inertia base installed. At the horizontal entry of the high-pressure steam into the building, there is no dirt-trap clean out at the bottom of the riser. The piping shall be modified to include proper clean out trap.
1/21/2020 NIH ORF D/B NIA Alzheimer Disease and Related Dementias Temporary Research Facility Between Buildings 46 and 14E, Bethesda, MD 20892 $25-100 Million
2:00P NIH (C106826 Amnd. 1) CMD: Ddg:
This new building is intended to be a transformative, state of the art research center, bringing together world-leading scientists from both within the intramural and extramural research programs, as well as from Industry and academia. The NIA program of requirements consists of design criteria for physical/functional spaces and the creation of interior and exterior environments which nurture and encourage interaction, collaboration and unencumbered communication between researchers in open, flexible and multiuse rooms. To reduce cost and construction time and to maximize available interior space, the building is intended to be designed as a single story facility, with open concept labs and offices. The NIA envisions a roughly 24,000 square foot (SF) facility which will support bio-safety level 2 laboratories, laboratory support areas, breakroom, breakout areas, huddle spaces, conference rooms, and both open and enclosed office spaces. Roof mounted mechanical/electrical support spaces provide an efficient layout of the equipment necessary to run the building. At one end of the building an open entry lobby welcomes the occupants and provides orientation and direction toward laboratory and office spaces. At the opposite end of the building is the supply end, a loading/ receiving area with associated support spaces, which provides material and equipment support for the facility. It is anticipated that science and analytic research spaces will require more than 50% of the useable area with the remainder being applied to the other building functions, such as offices. Once complete, the new research center will ultimately house approximately 130 intermural scientists, visiting researchers and administrative staff. Full occupancy will ramp up over a one to five-year period, from approximately 35 beginning staff members to 130 staff. The entire project is intended to be built in one phase without future expansions anticipated. The facility shall adhere to the temporary construction criteria as established by the HHS Facilities Program Manual.
1/24/2020 GSA 11 DB RRB Reconfigure 7th Floor to Support CBP's Operations, RRB Ronald Reagan Bldg., 1300 Pennsylvania Ave., NW 20004-3002 $2-3.5 Million
4:00P GSA (47PM0220R0011 Amnd. 1) CMD: Ddg:
GSA is proposing to reconfigure approximately 8,805 square feet on the seventh floor of the Ronald Reagan Building to support CBP’s Operation Support (OS) relocation of the Incident Response Team. Operation Support has determined a need to expand the Incident Response Team. This team is a 24 / 7 operation team, whose sole job mission is to provide added support response to our nation. With the new secure standard requirements, the expansion is necessary to provide added secure environment to accommodate the following: 12 – Incident Response personnel – desk benching 7 – Private Offices 1 – Conference Room The general overview for scope of work required for Design / Construction to meet: Demolition, General Construction, Mechanical, Electrical, Fire Alarm/Fire Sprinkler Protection, Cabling, Audio Visual
1/31/2020 GSA 11 WNRC Chiller Overhaul, Wash National Records Ctr, Suitland 4205 Suitland Road, Suitland, MD 20746-8000 $100,000-250,000
4:00P GSA (47PM0320Q0010 Amnd. 0) CMD: Ddg:
There are two Chillers at WNRC that require the 10 year service overhaul to maintain and extend the useful life of the chillers 1.2. PROJECT SUMMARY DESCRIPTION The Chillers were part of the ESPC project that has ended and are now part of the O/M contractor's responsibility to maintain York Chiller 1 serial number 583850 model: YT HI C2 E2-CR J York Chiller 2 serial number: 583740 model: YT HI C2 E2-CR J
2/5/2020 DB Ronald Reagan Building Phase 5 and 6 Renovations of USAID 1300 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, Washington, D.C. 20004-3002 $15-25 Million
4:30P GSA (47PM0220R0010 Amnd. 1) CMD: Ddg:
This is a renovation project which involves design and buildout of approximately 102,000 SF of office space, which requires two phases for completion (Phase 5 and 6). Design for both Phases will occur simultaneously, as Phase 5 must be entirely completed by January 2021. A portion of work will be performed in Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility (SCIF), which will be approximately 600 SF on the 4th Floor. The prospective Design-Build Offerors must fully demonstrate their ability and specific expertise in construction in a manner that complies with federal, state, and local laws, and they must be able to complete the project within the time frame required.
2/10/2020 USDA George Washington Carver Center (GWCC) Modernization USDA, Beltsville, MD 20705 >$40 Million
USDA (12314420B0001 Amnd. 0) CMD: Ddg:
The George Washington Carver Center (GWCC) of the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) is an office complex built in 1997. It consists of four interconnected buildings and a small entry building. Building 1 and 2 have three stories and Building 3, 4 and entry have two stories. The complex has an approximate 351,805 gross square feet and 276,109 usable square feet. The facility has a Cafeteria, Child Development Center with outdoor playground, Health Unit, Fitness Center, and Credit Union. The campus size is about 73.7 acre which includes an 847-space surface parking lot as well as a separate outbuilding for landscaping equipment and space for emergency generators and fuel tanks. The site also has a photovoltaic solar farm which can produce up to 2,900,000 KWH of power annually. The intent of this project is to renovate all four building in two-phase construction approach: •Phase 1: Building 1 (B1) and building 2 (B2) and Entry Building. Once construction of the first phase is complete, employees will return to B1 & B2. •Phase 2: B3 and B4. •Provide temporary changes or systems and/or add necessary noise/dust/smoke barriers to allow occupants in the occupied buildings to remain in normal business while other buildings are being renovated.
2/18/2020 Exterior Infrastructure & Security Improvements (EISI), Raven Rock Mountain Complex - Step 2 Raven Rock Mountain Complex, Blue Ridge Summit, PA $10-25 Million
1:00P Dept of the Army, Baltimore (W912DR19B0023 Amnd. 4) CMD: Ddg:
Design bid build (DBB) construction services for a MILCON project to construct a concrete masonry unit building with a standing seam roof that contains a lobby, two offices, and restroom. Construct a VACP at the east entrance of the facility that consists of a guard booth, canopy, barriers, paving, storm drain system, lighting, building information systems, and security fencing. Construct a VACP at the west entrance of the facility that consists of a guard booth, canopy, barriers, paving, storm drain system, lighting, building information systems, and security fencing. The period of performance is 720 calendar days after receipt of Notice to Proceed. The project will require the contractor to have an approved Facility Site Clearance at the time of offer is due, at the time of award, and duration of the contract.
2/18/2020 Two-Phase IDIQ for Nationwide MEDCOM, Sample Proj:DB Repair Preventive Medicine Bld 8420, Ft.Knox KY PHASE II D/B IDIQ for Healthcare Facility Design/Repair/Construction for MEDCOM Nationwide
2:00P US Army COE, Mobile AL (W91278-15-R-0020 Amnd. 11) CMD: Ddg:
SEED PROJ: The objective of this project is for the Contractor to provide all labor, materials, equipment and utilities necessary to complete a Design, and the Repair/Renewal effort as specified, for the Preventive Medicine Bldg. This requirement shall be a total turnkey deliverable. No transition space is required, the building is unoccupied, and contains no hazardous materials. The existing Preventive Medicine Building is approximately 5,900 sf and located at: 2001 Base St, Ft. Knox, KY. The building was originally constructed as a soldier barracks. The building is over 42 years old, with aging infrastructure and failed/failing systems, finishes, etc. A complete repair/renewal is required to meet the mission for Preventive Medicine, as well to correct all deficiencies and failed/failing conditions. IDIQ Nationwide MEDCOM: The primary purpose of this contract is to provide a full range of construction services to include design/build renovation, repair and new construction for MEDCOM medical treatment facilities (MTF) and medical research laboratory facilities to provide quick, cost effective responses to requirements for MEDCOM facilities, primarily at military installations. Potential projects include, but are not limited to, work inside both permanent and temporary facilities some of which include the following types: medical centers, community hospitals, medical clinics, dental treatment facilities, veterinary treatment facilities, medical office buildings, medical research laboratory facilities, medical warehouses, and various other facility types in direct support of the MEDCOM mission. As the facilities will typically be in full operation, the contractor will be required to minimize interference with the daily operation of the facilities and will be required to implement infection control processes and to comply with Joint Commission requirements for construction work in occupied medical facilities. The term of the contract is limited to a one year base period and two (2) twelve month options.
2/26/2020 Pre-Qualification for Harford County Fleet Maintenance Facility Harford County, MD
5:00P Harford County, MD (20-175 Amnd. 0) CMD: Ddg:
Harford County, Maryland is seeking a qualified contractor to construct a new 75,000 square foot vehicle maintenance facility. The project, located at 1304 Enterprise Court, Bel Air, MD 21014, includes 38 vehicle maintenance bays, parts inventory, tire storage, bulk fluid storage and distribution, associated administrative and support areas, and approximately 9 acres of site development. Harford County, Maryland plans to complete this special prequalification process by March 2020. Distribution of bid documents is scheduled for April 2020. Contract award is anticipated in June 2020 and the project is expected to last approximately 18 months. This schedule is subject to change.
Reece Road Access Control Point, Ft. Meade Ft. Meade, MD 20755 $25-100 Million
Dept of the Army Baltimore District (W912DR20B0002 Amnd. 0) CMD: Ddg:
The project is to construct a standard design Access Control Point, to include Gatehouse, Guard Booths, Search/Sentry Office, inspection canopies, roadways, parking, lighting, traffic control signals, passive and active vehicle barriers with comprehensive control systems, widening existing roadways/intersections, information systems, fire protection and alarm systems, Intrusion Detection System (IDS) installation, Electronic Security System (ESS) installation, and Energy Monitoring Control Systems (EMCS) connection. Supporting facilities include site development, utilities and connections, lighting, paving, parking, walks, curbs and gutters, storm drainage, information systems, landscaping and signage, and antiterrorism/force protection measures. Heating and air conditioning will be provided by self-contained system. Sustainability/Energy measures will be provided. Measures in accordance with the Department of Defense (DoD) Minimum Antiterrorism for Buildings standards will be provided. Comprehensive building and furnishings related interior design services are required. Access for individuals with disabilities will be provided. Facilities will be designed to a minimum life of 50 years in accordance with DoD's Unified Facilities Code (UFC 1-200-02) including energy efficiencies, building envelope and integrated building systems performance.
D/B Modernization of USDA Foreign Disease Weed-Science Research Facility S-17-0005 USDA-ARS-FDWSRL, 1301 Ditto Avenue, Frederick, Maryland 21702 >$60 Million
Department of Agriculture ARS (AG-3K25-S-17-0005 Amnd. 0) CMD: Ddg:
Besides the fact that the research at Fort Detrick is spread over many small and inefficient buildings, the current research facilities are approximately 30 years old and have exceeded their service life. The project scope includes constructing a new BSL-3 Plant Pathogen Containment facility consisting of a Laboratory, Head house, and Greenhouse and will be adjacent to existing Buildings 1301-1309 complex. The new facility will be approximately 50,000 GSF and will serve as a replacement for Buildings 374 (BSL-3 Plant Pathogen Containment) and 390 (Effluent Decontamination System), which has a combined total of 18,467 GSF. The proposed construction at Fort Detrick will be performed on an active research campus located on a secure military installation. The Estimated Cost of Construction for the Modernization of the FDWSRL at Fort Detrick, Frederick, MD, is more than $60 million. Prospective Design Build Contractors are required to provide an Operations and Maintenance Plan. The Bridging Documents (BD) will consist of a complete 65% design submission. The Design Build Contractor (DBC) will use the BDs as the basis to complete a set of construction documents. As stated above, the purpose of this Sources Sought notice is to identify prospective Small, SDB, SDVOSB, HubZone, WOSB and Certified 8(a) firms to provide Design Build services associated with the Modernization of the FDWSRL. The current goal for ARS is to complete the BDs before the end of April 2017, and to award the construction contract in the January 2018 timeframe. NO SOLICITATION EXISTS. THIS REQUEST IS INTENDED ONLY TO IDENTIFY SOURCES OF PROSPECTIVE DESIGN BUILD FIRMS. The Government does not intend to award a contract on the basis of this sources sought announcement. The deadline to respond to this notice is December 30, 2016, 3:00 pm Eastern.
GSA IDIQ Construction Svcs-Design & Construction Svc 16-GX-1012 -Sources Sought Washington DC Area $200,000 - $8 Million
General Services Administration (GS11P16GX1012 Amnd. 0) CMD: Ddg:
GSA anticipates awarding up to 15 contracts.Each contract awarded will contain a guaranteed minimum amount for the base period to be identified in the solicitation. A single task order award could potentially range from $2,000 to $8,000,000. Primarily, task orders will consist of repair/alteration and tenant finish projects for the GSA and other government agencies in occupied federally owned or leased buildings. A typical task order could contain some or all of the following: modifications to architectural components and related electrical systems associated with, but not limited to ceilings, walls, floors (including access floor systems), roofing systems, millwork and wall covering. Work may also include modifications and replacement of mechanical systems to include, but not be limited to: air handling units, chillers, boilers, ductwork systems and accessories, piping systems (including pumps), HVAC system controls, fire protection sprinkler systems and accessories, and plumbing equipment/accessories. In addition, scope may also include work on electrical systems including, but not be limited to lighting systems, primary and secondary power distribution systems and transformers. Special competencies will be required for any work involving membrane roofing, asbestos abatement, PCB removal and/or elevator work. Interested parties shall be capable of providing the services associated with the aforementioned competencies.
FBI Mid-Level MACC IDIQ Various locations $150k - $30 million
FBI (DJF-17-1200-R-0000045 Amnd. 0) CMD: Ddg:
The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has determined the need to procure a suite of Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) Regional Multiple Award Construction Contracts (RMACCs) to perform construction on a regional basis and nationwide. The contracts will meet a majority of the FBI infrastructure needs for construction, remodel, and renovation for projects with a construction value between $150,000.00 and $30,000,000.00 within the 50 United States and its territories. These contracts are intended to provide prompt responses on an as-needed basis for routine and emergent requirements. The contracts offer a streamlined approach to construction contracting and ongoing competition between qualified contractors. The scope of work will include, but is not limited to, real property repairs, maintenance, and general construction, and demolition. Facilities include, but are not limited to, operations buildings, hangars, commercial buildings and their mechanical and electrical systems, site utilities, and roadways. Design/Build, Design/Bid/Build, and Early Contractor Involvement (ECI) project delivery methods will be used. It is anticipated that this RMACC will have four (4) pools of three to five (3-5) contractors. Pool #1 will be a nationwide pool consisting of other than small businesses who will bid on projects with an estimated value of greater than $4,000,000.00. All other pools will be established for a specific location and set-aside for small businesses with estimated project construction values of $150,000.00 to $4,000,000.00. Pool #2 will support the Redstone Arsenal (RSA) region centered in Huntsville, AL. Pool #3 will support the National Capital Region (NCR). Pool #4 will support the Criminal Justice Information Services (CJIS) region centered in Clarksburg, WV. Projects at all other nationwide and territorial locations under $4,000,000.00 construction costs will be made available to all small business pools. Projects under $150,000.00 may use this vehicle if the Procuring Contracting Officer (PCO) determines that it is in the Governments best interest to use this vehicle. Each of the contracts will include a base period and four option periods. The minimum guarantee for each individual contract will be $5,000. The anticipated aggregate capacity for the RMACC is $800,000,000.00. The government has determined that the Two-Phase Design-Build Selection Procedure outlined in FAR Subpart 36.3 is appropriate for this procurement.
FRR MATOC Design/Build Repair Bldg. 416, JB Myers-Henderson JB Myers-Henderson, VA
Dept of the Army, Huntsville, AL (24 Amnd. 0) CMD: Ddg:
This design-build project will repair unaccompanied enlisted barracks Building 416. This building is in failing condition due to aging. This is a VOLAR style barracks building constructed in 1977. This project covers building 416 complex which consists four (4) wings (416-A, 416-B, 416-C & 416-D) and a common use building. This project repairs the failed and failing components of the barracks building 416. Total SF is approximately 63,377 not including a basement section under each wing and the common area facility (2,768). Systems to be repaired include exterior walls, doors, pooches, and soffits, exiting roof. Roof and wall insulation will be repaired to current standards, new blast windows will be installed, and AT/FP measures will be retrofitted. The buildings utility systems, electrical systems, plumbing systems and HVAC systems to be repaired by replacement. Ceiling mounted light fixtures will be provided. Additional repairs include existing interior doors and walls, some reconfiguration to maximize capacity and improve efficiency of interior space. Leaking plumbing lines, HVAC ductwork, chilled and heating water systems will be repaired in accordance to table 2-1 of DA PAM 420-11. Walls and ceiling surfaces to remain will be repaired, finished and painted, flooring throughout will be repaired or replaced as required. Structural elements damaged by mold and water leaks will be abated or replaced to meet health standards and handicap access will be provided to common areas. Removal of Asbestos containing material (ACM) and lead base paint (LBP) will be abated/required in this repair project. Due to the water intrusion, some of the walls, ceilings and flooring have been damaged. Mold problems persist throughout Building 416. No major repairs have been made to this building in over 20 years. The barracks building does not meet current requirements for protection against progressive collapse. Blast windows will be required to be installed due to the proximity of the building with the installation perimeter. Open balconies will be eliminated.
GSA 11 D/B OIT Consolidation Project Phase 1 Demo of Suites 1515, 1525 and 153, Prettyman Courthouse 333 Constitution Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20001 $250,000 to $400,000
GSA (47PM0519Q0008 Amnd. 3) CMD: Ddg:
PROJECT GOALS 4.1 Goals: The goals of the project include, but are not limited to: A. To prepare the required documentation and procure the work required to demolish Suites 1513, 1525, 1530 and all associated offices, as identified on attached Drawings 1 and 2, to enable a new U.S. District Court Office of Information Technology (OIT) suite to be built. B. To establish work order priorities in order to carry work in a phased approach, taking into account the needs and requirements of the tenant agencies and the realities of budget constraints and limitations. C. All work disruptive to tenants shall be performed during "off-hours" (i.e. evening and night) and on weekends. The Contractor shall coordinate all work activity with the Building Manager and the Contracting Officer's Representative to ensure that proper security and access arrangements are made with minimal impact on the construction schedule. D. Full compliance with all building's security regulations. E. Provision of the necessary cutting, patching, and repair of the existing buildings. F. Demolition shall be in accordance with OSHA and applicable building code requirements. C. To preserve and enhance the cultural property.
AFICA East D/B Repair Hangar Building 290, Tyndall AFB, FL 1275 Florida Avenue, Tyndall AFB, FL 32403 >$10 Million
Dept of the Air Force (XLWU 19-8103 Amnd. 0) CMD: Ddg:
The purpose of the Tyndall Air Force Base (TAFB) project XLWU 19-8103, Repair Hangar Building 290, is to rapidly repair hurricane damage and to bring the building and its supporting facilities into full compliance with current building codes, including but not limited to the DoD Building Code, UFC 4-211-01 Aircraft Maintenance Hangars, and the portion of the Florida Building Code that contains the High Velocity Hurricane Zone (HVHZ) provisions. (TAFB will be treated as a Wind Zone 4 located site) Work on supporting facilities include external building fixtures, building utilities within the Points of Demarcation (POD) for privatized utilities, and work within the remotely located Base Energy Management Control Center (EMCS). Time is of the essence. This project includes the acquisition and installation of structures to temporarily house personnel and equipment, which will allow the facility missions to continue while the permanent facility is under construction. Some spaces are certified for the handling and storage of classified information and/or materials. Following construction, all purchased swing space facilities are to be taken out of service, secured for long-term storage, and removed to a location on TAFB once they are no longer needed for the project. All rented swing space facilities are to be taken out of service, secured for transport, and removed from TAFB. Building 290 is located at 1275 Florida Avenue, Tyndall AFB, Florida 32403. It is an approximately 59,000 sf aircraft hangar primarily for the general maintenance of 5th generation fighter aircraft (F-22 and/or F-35), which incorporates normal and Special Access Program Facility (SAPF) administrative spaces. Building 290 is located on an active DoD airfield.
Building 8 Renovation, Marine Barracks Washington 8th & I Streets SE, Washington, D.C. $10-25 Million
Dept of the Navy (N4008018R2234 Amnd. 11) CMD: Ddg:
This project is for the restoration and modernization of the Command Post/Building 8 at the Marine Barracks Washington (MBW). The renovation serves to: 1) create a positive and collaborative working environment which significantly improves communication, flow and quality in the workplace; 2) maximize the existing footprint to become a flexible, efficient and modern administrative space program capable of meeting the future needs of the Command Post; 3) address operational and functional space deficiencies and provide a high-performance, sustainable and safe working environment for the next fifty years. The project addresses a multitude of functional and operational deficiencies. The project will repair by replacement all building systems including the demolition and removal of all existing obsolete building materials and systems. It will replace internal non- original fixed partition walls, windows, interior and some exterior doors, internal floors, wall and ceiling hard and soft finishes. The renovation incudes the replacement of all plumbing systems and fixtures as well as upgrade of all HVAC systems. Other improvements include the installation of fire detection and suppression systems, replacement of electric power and lighting distribution lines and equipment, and upgrades to communication, security and alarm systems. The project will restore all existing historic stairways to meet safety code requirements, and incorporate one centrally located four stop elevator. Accessibility will be improved with an at-grade ADA compliant access to Building 8 from the west side. Removal and abatement of hazardous materials is necessary to create a safe working environment. The second floor breezeway connector and Kalwall enclosure to Building 9 will be repaired and refinished as part of this project. Antiterrorism/Force Protection window, door and related component upgrades are included.
US Treasury CFIUS Renovation Phase 2 & Phase 4A Main Treasury Bldg. 5th Floor, 1500 Pennsylvania Ave, NW, Washington, DC 20220 $1-5 Million
IRS (2032H320R00009 Amnd. 0) CMD: Ddg:
CFIUS will be located at Main Treasury 5th Floor. This Renovation is for Phase 2 and 4A for the new CFIUS employees. The contractor shall provide all necessary labor, supervision, equipment, supplies, and materials to renovate the 5th floor in the Main Treasury Building, located in Washington, DC. This contract will be used for a new construction project to renovate the 5th floor in the Main Treasury Building, located at 1500 Pennsylvania Ave, NW, Washington, DC 20220. The contractor shall furnish all labor, material, permits, equipment and supervision to perform the renovation of the Main Treasury CFICU 5th Floor Renovation in two parts: Base Period is CFIUS Phase 2; and the Option Period is CFIUS Phase 4A. The scope of this contract will include but is not limited to dielectric breaks in conduits, conduit and wiring to relocate existing controls for new equipment, demolition, rebuilding of construction of walls and ceilings, installation of telecommunication, electrical, fire alarm, sprinkler and other systems, flooring, and renovation to meet ADA and Life Safety codes. Estimated construction times: Phase 2: 208 calendar days; Phase 4A: 208 calendar days.

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