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BID SCHEDULE AS OF SUNDAY 3/7/2021

Bid Date Project Location Estimate
3/11/2021 Combat Integration & Identification Systems(CI&IDS) Lab Revitalization Project, NAWC, Patuxent River Webster Outlying Field (WOLF), St. Inigoes, MD $6 Million
12:00P NAWCAD PROCUREMENT GROUP (N0042120B0003 Amnd. 5) CMD: Ddg: 1005649514
This project is for the construction of an approximately 11,400 square foot or more, one-story office building. The project will provide a building that will be safe to personnel, protect mission critical assets, and comply with current design criteria and all applicable codes. The work includes the development of the site and the construction of a Lab Replacement Program (LRP) Facility at Patuxent Naval Air Station - Webster Field. The work includes all associated site work and incidental related work. Project development also includes utility support work by SMECO for utility services to the development site. The Contractor shall integrate these separate contractors and their associated work (defined in the contract documents) into the schedule and execution of the project.
3/11/2021 FAA Chiller Plant and Control System Modifications, Washington Air Route Traffic Control Center 3701 Macintosh Dr., Warrenton, VA $6-8 Million
5:00P Federal Aviation Administration New England Region (697DCK-21-R-00130 Amnd. 0) 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.
3/12/2021 GSA 11 D/B Loading Dock D Water Proofing & Structural Repairs at UDALL Bldg for DOI 1849 C Street, NW., Washington, D.C. $400,000-500,000
4:00P GSA (47PM0421Q0020 Amnd. 5) CMD: Ddg:
PROJECT BACKGROUND: The base contract scope for the DOI Modernization Project did not include entrance ramps to underground parking garage. Ramp D along 18th street is used for mail and material deliveries. Loading dock and mail delivery and sorting services are located at ramp D. Department of Interior has noticed that heavy vehicles turning back and forth and backing up frequently has caused cobble stone base to break up. Significant water infiltration has caused extensive damage to structural members beneath ramp D loading dock. Existing WP on the entrance ramps has exceeded its life expectancy and currently leaks. The water leak has damaged concrete columns, beam and slab below this area that will need to be fixed also. This project should address the heavy truck tires turning on the cobblestones that in turn dislodge the cobblestones and damage the waterproofing below. 1.2. PROJECT SUMMARY DESCRIPTION: In November 2015, GSA had prepared structural assessment report to review damaged area along entrance ramps leading to underground parking spaces. The OPDQ structural engineer observed during the site visit that there were damaged areas along three Ramps leading to the underground parking area. The damages included water infiltration, peeling paint, cracks in the underside (soffit) of slabs, cracks in beams, cracks in columns, rusted steel column jackets, rusted and exposed reinforcing bars as well as spalling and delaminated concrete. Based on assessment report, damaged cobblestone base, waterproofing under cobblestone base, deteriorating concrete and water infiltration issues need to be addressed. The project not a change in use of space. The project not a change in occupancy. The project is a Design-Build delivery type.
3/16/2021 HR SB MACC Building 510 Roof Replacement Norfolk Naval Shipyard (NNSY), Portsmouth, Virginia $5-10 Million
2:00P NAVFAC Mid-Atlantic (N4008521R1220 Amnd. 2) CMD: Ddg:
Project repairs the roof structure and installs a new roof for the entire building. This replacement mitigates continued leak damage to structural elements and stops damage to ship support servicing equipment and materials. 1.1.1 Project Description The work includes
3/24/2021 NIH ORF National Library of Medicine Bldg. 38 Mezzanine Renovation and 1st Floor Renovation NIH Bldg 38, Bethesda, MD 20892 $10-25 Million
2:00P NIH (C106619, C105044, C109358 Amnd. 5) CMD: Ddg:
The National Library of Medicine (NLM ) housed in Building 38 on the NIH campus, Bethesda, MD is the largest biomedical library in the world. Guided by its Strategic Plan 2017-2027 (A Platform for Biomedical Discovery & Data-Powered Health), NLM is transforming its programs and services as the designated NIH lead for data science and open science. The plan focuses the Library’s priorities on three, interrelated goals to 1) Accelerate data-driven discovery and advance human health; 2) Maximize NLM’s impact through enhanced engagement; and 3) Build a data-ready workforce for the future. The strategic plan identifies the need to create a sustainable institutional, physical, and computational infrastructure for NLM to become the hub for data science and open science activities at NIH. It calls out a critical need to improve the aging physical plant and provide robust, reliable facilities and space to sustain the rapidly evolving NLM mission and workforce. It emphasizes the importance of making creative use of the outdated, constrained (yet historically significant) space of existing Building 38. As a building designated eligible for listing on the National Register of Historic Places, the public spaces, as well as some other spaces and original materials and finishes have historic significance. The design addresses historic preservation requirements. To achieve the goals of NLM’s strategic plan, the historic Building 38 requires substantial renovation, on first floor and mezzanine, which are interconnected. The first-floor public spaces were designed in the late 1950s to accommodate many more in-person researchers in the pre-Internet or ‘online’ age. Although in-person researchers will continue to need to use NLM’s vast collections, their numbers are much smaller than they once were. Due to the changes in publishing, the success of the NIH Public Access policy, PubMed Central, and other new pathways for researchers to access information, the researchers in Building 38 have more specific needs for NLM’s collections that can’t be met online or elsewhere. The existing limited staff space was designed for a workforce that did not telework or collaborate in ways that today’s interdisciplinary science staff expect and need to thrive. Physical collections housed in the public reading room and rare book collection room and secured by one of two circulation desks on the first floor have been significantly reduced. As a result, it occupies a large underutilized footprint. Further, the project will create additional space for new programs in data science, facilitate relocation of some programs from leased space back to Building 38/38A, improve the quality of physical space for staff, and overall space utilization, and improve the efficiency and overall effectiveness of the first floor. Adding staff will require upgrade of a basement egress to meet code. First floor and mezzanine levels connect integrally via a shared full height atrium which rises through the mezzanine, open to the domed roof, or Rotunda. The interconnected infrastructure between the levels and the shared open space are what drove the requirements for the mezzanine renovation and improvement. The Mezzanine houses NLM executive & support staff and hosts high-level and Board of Regents meetings with data science counterparts in the historic Lindberg Conference Room. Distinguished visitors are received in a too-small space which has served as reception and catering kitchen since its mid-century inception. On this level, visitorship is as high as ever, but overcrowded outdated reception areas are dysfunctional, and restroom space does not meet code. Conversations in the mezzanine reception area will reverberate in the newly relocated public reading room below, open to the Rotunda, unless acoustical mitigation is provided.
3/26/2021 D/B Elevator Modernization Project, Phase 2, Harry S Truman Federal Office Building 2201 C Street, NW, Washington, DC 20006 >$10 Million
2:00P GSA (47PM0220R0027 Amnd. 4) CMD: Ddg: 1005794705
This Solicitation is being issued by the General Services Administration for a Design Build Elevator Modernization project in the Harry S Truman Federal Office Building, located at 2201 C Street, NW, Washington, DC. This Design Build project will be procured to extend the useful life of the building and bring the elevators into compliance with applicable DOS operational requirements and National Building Codes such as fire and life safety. The scope of the project includes twenty-one elevators in the building needing to be renovated as well as the associated elevator machine rooms. Work includes abatement of hazardous materials, general demolition, replacement of HVAC equipment, electrical work, and elevator monitoring and communication work. All work producing noise and disruptive construction work shall be performed during off hours (weeknights) and/or weekends. All companies (including subcontractors, designers and consultants) on the project must currently have a facility security clearance at Secret level in accordance with the Department of Defense Contract Security Classification Specification (DD Form 254) and all workers on the project must have a Final Secrete clearance. A determination by the Government not to compete this requirement based upon responses to this notice is solely within the discretion of the Government. The estimated design-build cost range is more than $10,000,000 and Period of Performance is approximately 1,095 calendar days from date of Notice to Proceed.
3/26/2021 Navy SDVOSB Western: Renov 1st Floor Restrooms and Break Room PM3015 Naval Base Ventura County, CA $1-5 Million
2:00P NAVAL FACILITIES ENGINEERING COMMAND SOUTHWEST (N62473-14-D-0069X069 Amnd. 0) CMD: Ddg:
BASE - RENOVATION OF 1ST FLOOR RESTROOMS & BREAK ROOM PM3015, OPTION 1 - PM3015 REPAIR TO DAMAGED WALLS, OPTION 2 - PM324 DOOR REPAIR, OPTION 3 - PM324 AIR COMPRESSOR, OPTION 4 - PM324 REMOVE CENTER WALL, Naval Base Ventura County (NBVC).
D/B P3003 Consolidated Communication Center, Andrews AFB - PreSolic Notice 2/18/2021 Andrews Air Force Base, Camp Springs, MD $25-100 Million
Dept of the Navy (N4008021R9670 Amnd. 0) CMD: Ddg:
This project consists of constructing a consolidated communications center (approximately 80,000 SF) utilizing economical design and construction methods to accommodate the mission of the facility. Construction includes a concrete foundation, structural steel frame and standing seam metal roof as well as communications support, environmental controls, pavements, parking area, exterior lighting, landscaping, and all other supports necessary to make a complete and useable facility. The project includes demolition of two facilities totaling 100,000 square feet and two 25,000-gallon fuel tanks and associated piping. Facilities shall be constructed to meet DoD, Air Force and base design standards. The following elements of this project shall be included as relevant experience: • Data center construction • Wetland mitigation/Stormwater management meeting the Maryland Department of the Environment (MDE) requirements. • Demolition of hazardous material (such as lead, asbestos and other hazardous materials found during the demolition of a building).
Washington Aqueduct Second High Reservoir Maintenance and Improvements- PreSolicitationNotice 4/9/20 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
FRR MATOC Rivanna Station Break Room Renov, Controls Upgrade,Roof Repairs, Charlottesville-DRAFT Rivanna Station - Charlottesville, VA
Huntsville Army COE (1 Amnd. 0) CMD: Ddg:
The objective for this Statement of Work (SOW) is to provide all management, labor, equipment and material necessary for renovation and upgrades for the existing break room(s), roof repairs, and switch gear controls upgrade located at Rivanna Station - Charlottesville, VA. The Contractor's design and construction shall comply with the specifications and requirements contained herein. The design and technical criteria cited within this SOW establishes minimum standards for design and construction quality.
Tobyhanna Army Depot-Wide IDIQ MATOC for Maintenance, Repair, Minor Const Services -- DRAFT RFP 11 Hap Armold Blvd, Tobyhanna, PA 18466-5079
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 Indian Head, MD $25-100 Million
Dept of the Navy (N40080-21-R-9393 Amnd. 0) CMD: 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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