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BID SCHEDULE AS OF THURSDAY 12/8/2022

Bid Date Project Location Estimate
12/12/2022 NE Region MATOC D/B Cross Lanes, Renovate Army Reserve VMS/AMSA Repair Facility, WV Army Reserve VMS/AMSA Repair Facility, WV $5-10 Million
2:00P Army Louisville District (W912QR-22072613 Amnd. 2) CMD: Ddg:
The objective of this solicitation is to obtain a facility in which the Using Units are able to effectively implement their Army Reserve support and training missions. These activities require sufficient space with up-to-date furnishings and equipment to support the Units’ full-time and Army Reserve personnel. The facility will consist of a single existing building with improvements and additions, as well as associated site improvements, complete and adequate for assignment as an Area Maintenance Support Activity (AMSA) and Vehicle Maintenance Shop (VMS).
12/13/2022 GSA 11 Veterans Affairs Central Office (VACO) 10th and 11th Floor Optimization Project 810 Vermont Ave. NW Washington DC $5-10 Million
12:00P GSA (47PM0422Q0049 Amnd. 4) CMD: Ddg:
This project consists of providing Construction Services for the Optimization of the existing space assigned to the Office of the General Counsel (OGC) at the Veterans Affairs Central Office (VACO)building’s 10th and 11th Floors. The renovation project is divided into three (3) phases to allow some personnel to utilize the existing space while others will be temporarily relocated to a designated swing space. The Contractor’s work should include (but is not limited to) providing all necessary services, labor, equipment, material and supervision to satisfactorily complete OGC’s renovation per “IFC Construction Document Drawings” and “IFC Specifications”. See Section 2.1 for detailed project requirements.
12/19/2022 Ice Storage and Chiller Replacement at SSA Annex Bldg, Woodlawn Campus SSA Annex Bldg, 6401 Security Boulevard, Woodlawn, MD 21235 $5-10 Million
4:00P GSA - Phila PA (47PD0123R0002 Amnd. 5) CMD: 1006236467 Ddg:
The intent of this acquisition is to procure a single-award contract for the modification and replacement of the chilled water system located on the Annex Building, of the Social Security Administration, Woodlawn Campus. The project calls on a construction contractor to: a. Replace chillers. b. Replace associated chilled water and condenser water pumps. c. Replace associated electrical conduits, feeders, and equipment. d. Provide variable frequency drives for pumps. e. Remove ice storage tanks and associated glycol system. f. Upgrade associated controls. g. Provide testing, adjusting, and balancing services. h. Provide assistance with commissioning activities. This project provides for the addition of Chiller Plant Optimization (CPO) to the existing chilled water / condenser water controls system, which calls on a construction contractor to: Provide control of the chilled water system using algorithms to maximize system efficiency and adjust central plant operation based on actual load profiles, ambient conditions, equipment performance characteristics, energy demands of all associated auxiliaries, and real-time feedback from equipment, temperature sensors, flow sensors, and power meters. In addition, the CPO system shall monitor additional chilled water operating parameters identified on the contract drawings, maintain trend data, and include provisions to allow the CPO algorithms to be expanded to control the entire chilled water plant. Perform lead abatement for items affected by this projects scope. Refer to the relevant hazardous materials survey reports for additional information regarding the location of lead containing paint. SCOPE OF WORK The sequence for the chiller work must be performed so that at least three chillers are always available except for the periods during glycol solution drainage and flushing, and demolition of glycol system. Chillers will not be available during two weekend outages to make piping revisions to switch from the existing to chillers and pumping system. The weekend outages must be coordinated with SSA personnel. Additional phasing requirements are included on the contract drawings. When replacing and connecting a chiller to existing chilled water system, replaced equipment must operate continuously and without defect for 10 days before an additional chiller is connected. Any chilled water plant outage must be coordinated and scheduled with SSA at least five (5) weeks in advance and obtain approval prior to any system disruption. Chiller Plant Optimization (CPO) work must be performed concurrently with the chillers’ replacement work. Prior to start of work, the contractor must review the proposed phasing plan and submit detailed plan reflecting the contractor’s approach for review. Work must not start until contractor’s phasing plan is approved. Work in existing facilities shall correspond in all respects with the existing conditions to which it connects, or to similar existing conditions, in materials, workmanship and finish. Existing conditions shall be cut, drilled, removed, temporarily removed, or removed and replaced, as necessary for performance of Work under the Contract. Work out of alignment where exposed by removal of existing work shall be called to the attention of GSA. Necessary corrective work shall be as directed. Replacements of existing conditions that are removed shall match similar existing conditions. Unless otherwise indicated, existing structural members shall not be cut or altered without authorization by the Contracting Officer. Conditions remaining in place, which are damaged or defaced during the Work, shall be restored to the condition existing at time of award of Contract. Discolored or unfinished surfaces exposed by removal of existing conditions, that are indicated to be final exposed surfaces, shall be refinished or replaced as necessary to produce uniform and harmonious contiguous surfaces. Existing structures will remain in place. Existing utility services with related meters and equipment will remain in place. Removed items indicated to remain the property of the Government shall be stored on site where directed by the Contracting Officer.
12/20/2022 FAA Modernize a Newly Acquired Building, Warrenton, VA 3721 Macintosh Drive, Warrenton, VA $10-20 Million
5:00P FAA (697DCK-23-R-00033 Amnd. 2) CMD: Ddg:
The purpose of this Screening Information Request is to request specific information necessary for the FAA to determine which vendors meet the FAA’s minimum qualification requirements for this solicitation. The Request for Offer (RFO) Phase II will be issued to the prequalified contractors (short-list) which is limited to the highest final overall scoring six (6) Offerors or fewer (if six contractors do not meet the requirements of the SIR). The Request for Offer (RFO) Phase II will be issued to the prequalified contractors (short-list) in late July 2022. Contract award is anticipated to be made by October 2022. Electronic standard design plans, specifications and other documents will be issued to the prequalified contractors at the RFO stage. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), EnRoute and Terminal Facilities Programs have a requirement to modernize a building recently acquired by the FAA at 3721 Macintosh Drive, Warrenton, VA. The work shall include, but is not limited to, the following: A. Demolish existing building interior as stated in design drawings B. Remove and Replace electrical and mechanical systems C. Remove and replace the roofing system D. Perform structural and architectural improvements E. Perform site and landscape improvements. F. Provide and Install a new utility sewer line G. Relocate fire alarm system devices and fire sprinkler systems H. Replace Building Automation System (BAS) including all control panels, controllers, some devices, and workstations I. Provide and Install Telecommunications infrastructure J. Provide and Install Audiovisual Equipment K. Provide and Install Furniture, Fixtures, and Equipment (FF&E)
12/23/2022 AFICA West D/B Gold Country Jr Enlisted Dormitory Renov Bldg. 24110 & 24114, Beale AFB, CA Bldg. 24110 & 24114, Beale AFB, CA 95903 $10-25 Million
2:00P Beale AFB, CA (1039756 & 1039757 Amnd. 4) CMD: Ddg:
Complete a mid-life-cycle renovation of junior enlisted dormitories to include construction and renovation of all common rooms and hallways, balconies, stairwells, railings, dormitory living quarters, individual bathrooms, kitchens, bathroom ventilation, and HVAC fan coil units. Renovation to also include common area bathrooms, laundry rooms, and kitchen for the Junior Enlisted Dormitories Building B24110 and B24114 at Beale AFB California. The construction and renovations shall include a demolition and construction phasing plan. The Construction Phasing Plan shall provide a schedule for the removal and installation of heating/cooling water supply lines, waste water drains, emergency lighting, and HVAC/R systems. The contractor shall verify existing underground utilities related to the project including all necessary field measurements for detailed references by the 15% approval submittal. Although the project entails two dormitory buildings, Contractor work shall be phased on one building at a time, with allowances for work on the other building simultaneously on a not-to-interfere basis with operations in the non-affected building.
1/4/2023 Huntsville MRR MATOC VII - Medical Repair and Renewal Design-Build Construction VII - Phase I Locations throughout Contiguous United States (CONUS), including Alaska, Hawaii, Guam, Puerto Rico
2:00P US Army AOE - Huntsville (W912DY21R0014 Amnd. 1) CMD: Ddg:
This acquisition is for an Indefinite-Delivery, Indefinite-Quantity (IDIQ) Multiple Award Task Order Contract (MATOC) at diverse locations throughout the Contiguous United States (CONUS), including Alaska, Hawaii, the District of Columbia, Guam (U.S. Territory), and Puerto Rico (U.S. Territory). This acquisition is being offered under full and open competition with an 8(a) small business reserve and a small business reserve. The proposed MATOC will have a seven (7) year ordering period consisting of a three-year base period and four, one-year option periods. The MATOC will be solicited and procured using Best Value Trade-Off methodology based on the Two-Phase Design Build Process in accordance with Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) Subpart 36.3. The Government will target twelve awards with four reserved for 8(a) small businesses and four reserved for small businesses. The Government reserves the right to award more, less, or none at all. The estimated capacity of this procurement is $1,300,000,000.00 ($1.3B). The total capacity will be shared amongst all awardees in the MATOC. Task orders issued under this contract will be for the design-build of medical repair and renewal program projects. Task orders issued under this MATOC will be firm-fixed-price and may include options.
1/5/2023 D/B Medical Waste Incinerator Facility at Ft. Detrick - Phase I 810 Schreider St.,Ft. Detrick, MD 21702 $25-100 Million
11:00A USACE Baltimore District (W912DR23R0014 Amnd. 0) CMD: Ddg:
Construct a Medical Waste Incinerator Facility. Project includes incinerators, refuse and garbage building, building information systems, fire protection and alarm systems, Intrusion Detection System (IDS) installation, and Energy Monitoring Control Systems (EMCS) connection. The incinerator facility will include laboratory, medical, new state-of-the-art infectious medical waste incinerators to dispose of all laboratory, medical and infectious waste generated on Ft Detrick, Maryland including Biosafety Level 3 and Biosafety Level 4 (BSL3/BSL4) waste. The proposed MWI is needed because the National Interagency Biological Campus (NIBC) at Fort Detrick generate Regulated Medical Waste from mission related research in BSL3 and BSL4 laboratories. BSL-3 laboratories study infectious agents or toxins that may be transmitted through the air and cause potentially lethal infections. BLS-4 laboratories study infectious agents or toxins that pose a high risk of aerosol-transmitted infections and cause lifethreatening disease for which no vaccines or therapies are available. The materials coming out of these laboratories are categorized as regulated medical waste, due to exposure to infectious agents, production of biologicals and testing of pharmaceuticals. Regulated Medical Waste requires incineration for disposal and must occur an environmentally sound manner that adheres to safety, security standards and regulations. The MWI will be capable of handling the waste in accordance with regulatory standards. Its location on the campus with the NIBC will prevents the public from being exposed to the waste, prohibits exposure of sensitive materials to the public, and will be sustainable and reliable. The new building and the incinerators shall meet all Federal and state and Clean Air Act requirements for laboratory, medical and infectious waste incineration. Supporting facilities include site development, utilities and connections, lighting, paving, parking, walks, curbs and gutters, storm drainage information systems, site clearing and grading, landscaping, and signage. Building information systems for this project are unique in nature and not included in the unit cost of the building. Heating and cooling will be provided by self-contained units. 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. Cyber Security Measures will be incorporated into this project. This project is required to dispose of approximately 1 million pounds of laboratory, medical and infectious waste generated on Fort Detrick. This will eliminate the requirement for transportation of laboratory medical waste on public highways. The project will enhance security by ensuring that all waste will be disposed of as ash in the Fort Detrick's landfill.
1/9/2023 NE Region MATOC D/B B20 Sewer Replacement & Bathroom Reno at DSCC Columbus, OH DSCC Columbus, OH $5-10 Million
12:00P US Army Corp of Engineers -Louisville District (W912QR-21860888 Amnd. 1) CMD: Ddg:
1/27/2023 Unaccompanied Enlisted Personnel Housing UEPH Barracks at Ft. Meade Ft. Meade, MD $25-100 Million
11:00A US Army Corp of Engineers -Baltimore District (W912DR23R0008 Amnd. 0) CMD: Ddg:
The proposed project will be a competitive, firm-fixed-price (FFP), design-bid-build (DBB) contract procured in accordance with FAR 15, Contracting by Negotiations, under a one-step Best Value Lowest Price Technically Acceptable Process. The scope includes the construction of two (190 PN) standard-design, multi-story, Barracks. Barracks include living/sleeping rooms, semi-private baths, walk-in closets, storage, and service areas. Project includes installation of an Intrusion Detection System (IDS), and connection to Energy Monitoring and Control Systems (EMCS). Heating and air conditioning will be provided by self-contained systems. Antiterrorism Measures and Building information systems for this project are unique in nature and not included in the unit cost of the buildings. Supporting facilities include utilities, electric service, exterior lighting, fire protection and alarm systems, paving, walks, curbs and gutters, parking, sedimentation and erosion control, storm drainage, storm water management, picnic area and bicycle racks, dumpster pads and enclosures, information systems, and site improvements. 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. Cyber Security Measures will be incorporated into this project. Sustainability/Energy measures will be provided. Facilities will be designed to a minimum life of 40 years in accordance with DoD's Unified Facilities Criteria (UFC 1-200-02) including energy efficiencies, building envelope and integrated building systems performance. Air Conditioning (Estimated 250 Tons).
2/1/2023 Renov and Const Press Room for US Government Printing Office 735 North Capitol Street, NE, Washington, D.C. 20001 $10-50 Million
10:00A GPO (040ADV-22-R-0028 Amnd. 3) CMD: Ddg:
The Government intends to award a Firm Fixed Priced contract for the labor, materials, tools, supervision, and equipment, and perform all operations necessary to accomplish all the work to construct a new press room, clean room and HVAC improvements located at the US Government Publishing Office GPO Building D 735 NORTH CAPITOL STREET NE WASHINGTON, DC 20001 resulting from this solicitation, which meets the technical requirements and upon prices being determined to be fair and reasonable. The period of performance will include a three-year base period with and an optional six- month option. Contractor shall provide all labor services, materials, equipment and supervision necessary to perform the renovation and construction to accommodate new manufacturing space in GPO Building D. The project consists of the renovation of the existing 3rd floor of GPO’s Building D to accommodate a new 12-color large format press, an ISO-7 clean room, buildout of future manufacturing space, buildout of secure waste destruction space, and all mechanical, electrical, plumbing, fire protection, IT and security requirements. The press and secure waste destruction equipment will be installed by GPO personnel, or under a separate GPO installation contract. Contractor shall provide all labor services, materials, equipment and supervision necessary to perform the renovation and construction to accommodate new manufacturing space in GPO Building D.
Ft. Meade Recycling Collection Center Special Notice PreQual 11/15/22 Ft. Meade, MD $4.5 Million
Army, Baltimore District (W912DR23R0053 Amnd. 0) CMD: Ddg:
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Baltimore District will solicit offers for an Construct an 8,200 GSF recycling center with 2,856 SY in concrete pads in support of NSA refuse operations. The supporting facilities include site preparation, infrastructure improvements, utility services, perimeter security measures, infrastructure for the telecommunication and the physical security system. The site preparation will include standard clearing, grubbing, cut, fill, grading, storm water management systems, surface parking upgrades, and landscaping. The new facility shall include a processing floor, loading dock, storage area, and an administrative area. The administrative area shall be fully conditioned and comprised of two desk stations, a large central break area for staff which will double as meeting space, lockers, a single shower, and single latrine, janitor closet, three utility rooms for communications, mechanical, and electrical and direct access to the processing floor and outside. The facility shall be required to comply with user-defined security requirements, and force protection measures that will include fences, vehicle barriers, an electronic security system, card readers for the office portion of the building, and a CCTV camera. The facility shall also meet the requirements of the Architectural Barriers Act (ABA) Standards.
AOC MACC 2020 DB Fire Alarm and Audibility Upgrade at the James Madison Memorial Building James Madison Memorial Building Library Of Congress, Wash DC
AOC (PN LC09016 Amnd. 0) CMD: Ddg:
Base Bid: Phase 1: Phase 1 shall include all infrastructure, network components, user interfaces and associated programming for the entire building. Phase 1 shall also include the replacement of all floor devices and appliances on Sub-Basement, Basement, Ground, First and Second Floors as indicated on the drawings. The end of Phase 1 shall provide a completely operational fire alarm and emergency voice notification system through the noted floors via the notifier system with required connections to the existing autocall system to support the remaining floor. Autocall components on the Sub-Basement through Second Floors shall be demolished to the extent possible while maintaining the remaining floors operations. Option I: Phase 2 (Subject to the availability of funds): Phase 2 shall include the replacement of all floor devices and appliances on the Third, Fourth, Fifth, Sixth and Seventh Floors as indicated on the drawings. The end of Phase 2 shall have the entire building served by the notifier system. All remaining autocall components shall be demolished.
USDA BARC D/B Building 308 Renovation -- PreSolic Notice updated 10/5/2021 Beltsville Agricultural Research Center (BARC), Beltsville, MD $25-100 Million
Dept of the Army (W912DR22R0002 Amnd. 0) CMD: Ddg: 1005806572
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Baltimore District (NAB), has been tasked to solicit for and award construction services for the USDA-ARS Beltsville Agricultural Research Center (BARC) Building 308 Renovation. The proposed project will be a competitive, firm-fixed-price (FFP), design-build (DB) contract procured in accordance with FAR 15, Contracting by Negotiations, under a two-step Best Value Tradeoff Process. The scope includes the gut interior and replace demolished features for desired function. Load bearing columns and exterior walls to remain. Interior walls can be demolished or moved as required per floorplan design. Replace/upgrade all utilities (telecom, data, mechanical, electrical, plumbing, fire protection, etc.). All buildings shall receive 480-volt electrical service and transformers as necessary. All utilities shall be replaced from building exterior back to main service connection. Building envelope and drainage features to ensure all exterior walls are “weathertight” and “watertight”. Exterior building drainage systems and roofs shall be replaced as part of building renovation. DB contractor shall perform all landscaping work. BARC will remove any furniture and equipment that they want to salvage; Remaining existing furniture, equipment and trash will be removed by the DB Contractor. Mitigate hazardous materials (asbestos, mold, etc.) as necessary, utilizing hazmat surveys completed by USACE Baltimore. Replace laboratory equipment, fume hoods, and casework. At Building 308, steam line will be replaced from building to exterior junction manhole for adjacent buildings. Service shutdown shall be coordinated. Elevators at each building shall be installed per floorplan design and meet building code requirements. Exterior work to be covered includes roof replacement or repair, removal of fire escapes, window replacements, replacement of exterior building features, building lighting, sidewalks, ramps, and parking spaces needed for ADA compliance. Interior staircases shall be installed per design, to meet code. The attics shall be completely weather tight and environmental contaminants shall be mitigated as necessary. New work shall be completed in a manner to preserve historical appearance and significance of existing structures.
Main Treasury Building Miscellaneous Projects Main Treasury Building Complex, 1500 Pennsylvania Av., NW, Washington, DC 20220
IRS (RFQ2032H321Q00056 Amnd. 0) CMD: Ddg:
Treasury needs to reconfigure spaces due to growth requirements for OCIO Program Offices, Secure Communication Program Offices and OCIO Policy Program Offices (Projects A, B, C & D). They also need to upgrade security with sound upgrades due to the use of speaker phones in Secured Offices (Project E & F). The projects have been combined to reduce the level of effort to meet the requirement. Project A: Main Treasury Rm 1453 Project B: Main Treasury Suite 1449A Project C; Main Treasury Suite B74 Project D: Main Treasury Room 5130 and 5467 Project E: FBB B3902, B3903, B3904, and B4002 Sound Upgrades / Additional Documents: FBB 3902, 3903, 3904 and 4002 Sound Upgrade Project F: Main Treasury Room 4317 Sound Upgrades / Additional Documents: MT 4317 Sound Upgrade
Munitions Load Crew Training Facility, AAFB Updated PreSolic notice 10/3/22 113th CES, Joint Base Andrews, Camp Springs, MD 20762 $5-10 Million
USACE, Baltimore (W912DR23B0002 Amnd. 0) CMD: 1005907819 Ddg:
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Baltimore District (NAB), has been tasked to solicit for and award construction services for Munitions Load Crew Training Facility at Joint Base Andrews, MD. The proposed project will be a competitive, firm-fixed-price, contract procured in accordance with FAR 14, Sealed Bidding, via an Invitation for Bid (IFB). This project is for the new construction of an 8,279 s.f. Munitions Load Crew Training Hangar and supporting facilities. Support facilities include toilets, offices, classroom, storage and support spaces. Project elements include, but are not limited to: sitework, pavement, utilities, stormwater management, building envelope, AT/FP compliant windows, upward acting motorized fabric hangar door, personnel entry doors, interior partitions and finishes, HVAC systems, 20-Ton air conditioning, plumbing systems, fire protection systems, power, lighting and telecommunications. Project also includes a fire water storage tank and a pump house. Contractor shall comply with all applicable Unified Facilities Criteria (UFC) and Air National Guard Engineering Technical Letters (ANG ETL) in addition to Federal, State, and local regulations. Facility will be designed as permanent construction in accordance with the DoD Unified Facilities Criteria (UFC) 1-200-01, General Building Requirements and UFC 1-200-02, High Performance and Sustainable Building Requirements. The facility should be compatible with applicable DoD, Air Force, and base design standards. In addition, local materials and construction techniques shall be used where cost effective. This project will comply with DoD antiterrorism/force protection requirement per UFC.
GSA 11 D/B DOS Columbia Plaza H443 MED DO OM 0820 Renovation 2401 E Street NW Washington, D.C. 20037 $250,000-500,000
GSA (47PM0222Q0004 Amnd. 2) CMD: Ddg:
The Bureau of Med-DO-OM (Managing Director of Operational Medicine) requested new furniture, enlarged sink in pantry, improved or repaired occupancy sensor lighting, and revised power, voice and data for all new furniture, new carpet, new paint. Under normal circumstances, FMS would be utilized. However, due to the complexity of this project and the FMS workload, the RPM assessment team has decided this project will be a Design Build through GSA. 1.2. PROJECT SUMMARY DESCRIPTION H443-MED_DO_OM-0820: Renovation for Bureau of Medicine, Operational Medicine: Design/Build to renovate space including new furniture, enlarged sink in pantry, improved or repaired occupancy sensor lighting, and revised power, voice and data for all new furniture, new carpet, new paint.
Secure Admin/Ops Facility Phase 4 Nolan Bldg Renov Ft. Belvoir, VA - Phase 1 Ft. Belvoir, VA $25-100 Million
US Army COE Baltimore (W912DR23R0013 Amnd. 0) CMD: 1006316789 Ddg:
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Baltimore District (NAB), has been tasked to solicit for and award construction services for the renovation of the Nolan Building at Fort Belvoir, VA. Proposed project will be a competitive, firm-fixed price contract procured in accordance with FAR 15, Contracting by Negotiations, under a Design-Bid--Build Best-Value Tradeoff Process. The basic objective of this project is as follows: Comprehensive renovation of the existing Nolan Building. Systems to be repaired include the roofing, heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC); electrical distribution; water distribution, wastewater collection, fire alarm and suppression systems, ceilings, windows and doors, floor coverings, interior partitions, and interior and exterior finishes. Hazardous materials (HAZMAT) were identified in a survey, Asbestos containing materials (ACM) found or exposed will be abated and other HAZMAT will be addressed by this project.

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