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 WEDNESDAY 12/12/2018

Bid Date Project Location Estimate
12/24/2018 GSA 11 D/B IRS Training Room Renovations, Training Rooms BI-301, BI-302, and BI-303 New Carrollton Federal Building, 5000 Ellin Road, Lanham, MD 20769 $250,000-$500,000
10:00A GSA (47PM06-19-Q-0006 Amnd. 0) CMD: Ddg:
The Contractor will perform all services described herein and all services incidental thereto as required under the contract. The Contractor shall conduct adequate research, site investigation and building survey to enable proper schedule of work that includes step by step procedures for the replacement equipment. The contractor shall furnish all necessary labor, material, equipment, and supervision to perform the work outlined in the contract, and as specifically defined by the following: This project will involve the upgrade of a three-way divisible training room located at the New Carrollton, MD Financial Center Building. The three-way divisible training room upgrades will be completed as one complete audiovisual system. Independently the three-way divisible rooms are known as “BI-301”, “BI-302” and “BI- 303”. Each divisible training room currently features a front projection system, a manual pull-down projection screen and a dedicated room computer located at a fixed workstation. Rooms BI-301 and BI-302 have podiums with a PA system. Room BI-303 has a portable PA system. The current systems provide the ability for the rooms to function independently of each other, however there is no central system in place that allows the rooms to operate in various combine/divide states as needed. The Divisible Training Rooms can be divided or combined in various configurations to accommodate different meeting requirements utilizing the partition walls. Rooms Combined Mode • “All Rooms Combined” • “BI-301 and BI-302 Combined”
12/27/2018 GSA 11 D/B Fire Alarm System Head-End Replacement Project, Hubert Humphrey Bldg. 200 Independence Ave., Washington, D.C. 20407 $500,000-$1 Million
10:00A GSA (47PM0419Q0008 Amnd. 1) CMD: Ddg:
Contractor shall provide a complete head-end fire alarm control unit(FACU) to upgrade to the Siemens XLS (FACU). This project is a design build project and included providing all engineering, programming, labor, testing and commissioning. The contract shall be divided into two phases, the design phase and the construction phase. Each phase shall have a notice to proceed. Design phase includes verification of all field devices to ensure that these devices shall remain compatible and working as part of the new total system upon completion. Design phase also included development of proposed Fire Alarm Control Unit drawings. Contractor to provide price option for moving amplifiers to locations throughout the building. All drawings shall be approved by GSA Fire Protection Office before material is purchased and construction phase begins. The design work shall fulfill the scope of work requirement for each technical discipline.
12/27/2018 GSA 11 D/B Repair Pavers at the IRS Main HQ Building IRS Building, 1111 Constitution Ave., NW, Washington, DC 20224 $10,000-150,000
2:00P GSA (47PM0519Q0013 Amnd. 0) CMD: Ddg:
Design/Build project to repoint all the grout, reset or replace stone pavers to achieve an even surface. The overall intent is to level the stone pavers and grout to mitigate the tripping hazard it currently presents at the IRS Main HQ Bldg. 1) Repointing of all grout and stones to make it flush 2) Replacing or resetting all cracked or eroded stones
1/3/2019 AFICA EAST D/B Conversion of F/20006 Hanger 6 Program Executive Office Wright-Patterson Facility 20006 Area B, Wright Patterson AFB OH $20-40 Million
2:00P Dept of the Air Force (FA8903-19-R-0003 Amnd. 1) CMD: Ddg:
This SOW sets forth the requirements for a Regional Engineering and Construction (RE&C) Task Order Contract to repair and renovate Building F/20006 to support the Program Executive Office (PEO) at Wright-Patterson AFB. Provide the Government with a complete engineering design, construction, and warranty IAW FAR 52.246-21, for the repair and renovation of approx. 37,340 gross square feet of existing space, and provide new second floor in open hangar in F/20006 to support approximate 300-person mission. Comply with UFC 1-200-02, High Performance and Sustainable Building (HPSB) requirements and document with each design submission using the form provided in Appendix B. Register the project for DOD specific Federal High Performance and Sustainable Building Guiding Principles Compliance (GPC) third-party certification either the US Green Building Council (USGBC) or Green Building Initiative (GBI). Achieve third-party certification in accordance with UFC 1-200-02, Table 1-1, on permanent Active Air Force Installations in the United States and its territories. The following Bid Option may be selected by the Government to be considered in this task order: Option 1 – FURNITURE, FIXTURES AND EQUIPMENT (FF&E) - The FF&E package shall be in accordance with UFC 3-120-10 for a Contractor Furnished-Contractor Installed furnishings (CFCI) and the WPAFB Base Facilities Standard Guide. Refer to Attachment B Space Criteria Sheets and Attachment C Furniture Concept Plans sheets A701, A702 & A703 and Furniture detail sheets A704 & A705 for conceptual furniture layout and for typical workstation/desk components.
1/8/2019 NIH Tier 2 Replace Chilled Water Pumps and Other Chilled Water Systems Modifications Bldg. 12 Bldg. 12, and exterior between Building 11 and 12 NIH, Bethesda, MD $5-10 Million
1:00P NIH (C103542 Re-issued Amnd. 0) CMD: Ddg:
CIT is continually adding new high-density servers to the data center without the consideration of the limited capacity and reliability of the existing building chilled water supply system. This is not a sustainable approach for the operation of a highly reliable data center. A determination of the Tier Classification (Uptime Institute) for the facility should be made (likely Tier 2) and then the appropriate system design would follow. Potential considerations should include a tertiary (decoupled) pumping and segregated (heat exchangers) systems. The scope of this project consists of design and construction for upgrade Building 12 Chilled Water Pumping system(s) and associated civil infrastructure work to include but not limited to: 1. Install new up-sized redundant chilled water and replace existing domestic water lines from Building 11 to Building 12, and related civil work. 2. Replace and upgrade the main chilled water pumps and other mechanical equipment in existing mechanical room; and associated demolition and abatement work. 3. Install vertical and horizontal CW distribution system; and related demolition and abatement work. The facility will house data equipment with special requirements. A construction team, which is capable of the construction, shall provide the services stated herein and defined in Section for this project.
GSA 11 D/B USSS Non Compliant Emergency Egress at USSS Headquarters 950 H Street NW Washington, DC $100,000-$250,000
GSA (47PM0619Q0002 Amnd. 1) CMD: Ddg:
OBJECTIVE: 1.To design/build additional emergency egress to meet building code requirements 2.Install additional emergency egress doors in the 1st floor mailroom storage area. The Contractor will provide a design concept to the GSA and USSS for evaluation and consideration for the location and structure of the additional emergency doors. The Contractor will evaluate the existing condition and arrangement of the existing entry/exit portals and submit to GSA a project plan, schedule and proposal to include the cost of design and construction, to improve the emergency discharge capacity to meet code requirements and within the parameters of the scope. In so doing, the Contractor shall perform visual inspections and research of existing documents, plans & data to determine conditions and the engineering analysis necessary to ensure that the selected project can be completed without interruption of schedule, or additional costs due to unforeseen discoveries. CONSTRUCTION: 1. Build wall extending between the two sets of new doors to create a passageway. 2. Install new ceiling grid and tiles (as necessary). 3. Cut the existing exterior and interior concrete walls and construct sufficient bracing for the new exit. 4. Make necessary alterations to the interior concrete floor to make flush with the existing sidewalk. 5. Repair the existing brick façade after installation of new doors to match the existing. 6. Supply and install 2 (two) sets of double doors, one exterior and one interior. Doors must be fire rated steel doors. *Exterior doors must meet USSS security requirements. 7. Finish and paint, (color to match the existing), the new drywall, (two sides). 8. Install cove base to match existing. FIRE SAFETY: 1. Move/install new sprinkler heads to supply adequate sprinkler coverage for new passageway. 2. Life Safety Requirements. Ensure adequate egress capacity is provided for the calculated occupant loads of the 1st floor, and any additional converging occupant loads in accordance with the requirements of NFPA 101. Perform code analysis and occupant load/egress calculations as necessary. 3. Provide code compliance section identifying all relevant applicable design standards, building codes, and NFPA fire protection and life safety standards. HVAC: 1. Install/move HVAC supply/return as necessary to supply adequate ventilation to the new passageway. FLOORING: 1. Properly prepare the existing floors and new VCT as necessary to match existing. ELECTRICAL: 1. Install sufficient lighting, signage, etc. in the new passageway.
Design/Build 911th Vehicle Maintenance Shop and Company Operations Fac - Sources Sought 10/19/18 Ft. Belvoir, VA 22060 $10-25 Million
Dept of the Army (W912DR19R0005 Amnd. 0) CMD: Ddg:
Construction services for a Vehicle Maintenance Shop AND Company Operations Facility at Fort Belvoir, VA. Proposed project will be a competitive, firm-fixed price, design/build contract procured in accordance with FAR 15, Contracting by Negotiations, under a two-step Best Value Tradeoff Process. The Government is seeking qualified, experienced sources capable of constructing a standard-design medium Vehicle Maintenance Shop and a Company Operations Facility to include hazardous waste storage and oil storage buildings, organizational vehicle parking, vehicle storage facility, open and organizational equipment storage. 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, fencing, barriers, and visual screening. Heating and air conditioning will be provided by stand-alone 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 (5,112 Total SF). Air Conditioning (Estimated 150 Tons).
Access Control Facility SCIF, Phase 1 Ft. Meade, MD $10-25 Million
Dept of the Army (W912DR-17-R-0015 Amnd. 0) CMD: Ddg:
This project includes the construction of a 10,000 gross square foot new Access Control Facility (Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility) with the capacity to support the processing of visitors per criteria established by the Unified Facilities Criteria (UFC). These requirements include a waiting area, service counter, break room, offices, restrooms, electrical, mechanical and fire alarm/suppression. 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 and environmental (sustainable) features. A surface parking lot and the demolition of the existing ACF will also be a part of this project. The new facility will be required to meet the minimum DoD Antiterrorism standards and to meet the requirements of the American Disabilities ACT (ADA). There may be minimal asbestos, lead paint and bio-hazards remediation in the existing ACF building. Measures in accordance with the Department of Defense (DOD) Minimum Antiterrorism for Buildings standards must be provided. The facility shall be LEED Silver certifiable under the most current rating scheme available. The new facility will be required to meet the minimum DoD Antiterrorism standards and to meet the requirements of the American Disabilities ACT (ADA). There may be minimal asbestos, lead paint and bio-hazards remediation in the existing ACF building and Antiterrorism Force Protection (ATFP) standards.
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.

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