Clandestine Laboratory, Training and Research Center, Department of Justice DEA, in Quantico, Virginia
A General Contractor Serving Washington, DC Metropolitan Area Since 1951

BID SCHEDULE AS OF SUNDAY 8/1/2021

Bid Date Project Location Estimate
8/2/2021 GSA 11 Feedwater Pumps Relocation and Precipitators Repair at CHRP Roof 13th & C Streets, SW, WASHINGTON, DC 20407 $500,000-1 Million
11:00A GSA (47PM1121Q0018 Amnd. 1) CMD: Ddg:
The General Services Administration (GSA), Heating Operation and Transmission Division (HOTD), supplies steam to about 84 Government buildings and chilled water to buildings in three agencies, namely Department of Energy (DOE), Department of Agriculture (DOA), Smithsonian Institute (SI). The HOTD mission is to provide a reliable, cost effective and environmentally compatible supply of steam and chilled water to customers throughout the nation’s capital. These services are a critical part of the customers’ daily operation. To guarantee that these customers receive steam and chilled water services without interruption, HOTD must maintain its feedwater pump auxiliary equipment fully operated and in good conditions. Boiler Plant at the Central Heating and Refrigeration Plant is over 80 years old. It has capacity of over 1.2 million pounds of steam per hour. The heating plant is operated 24 hours around the whole year. The heating plant has 6 industrial boilers, and 4 feedwater pumps and various other water treatment equipment. The existing hot well at the Plant collects the condensate return from the buildings and other steam line drips and blowdown. This hot well is located about 21’ underground, was constructed with the original building (1932-33) and is supported with the building columns, walls and beams. The membrane/liner of the hot well is made of the gunite/shotcrete (type of cement). This membrane keeps the hot water (condensate) inside and at the same time protect the beams, columns and walls located inside the hot well. 1.2. PROJECT SUMMARY DESCRIPTION The Plant hot well’s linear supposed to be inspected and repair (as needed) every year. Since the isolation of the West Heating plant (CHRP’s sister plant) (about 15 years ago) the required inspection has not been possible. It would require a minimum of 3 months shutdown of boiler plant at the CHRP. The CHRP is planning to make the old crusher room as a secondary hot well to repair the existing hot well. Ignoring of the repair to the existing hot well could result in rusting of building columns, walls and floor, hence partial collapse of the building. GSA has no other alternate to produce steam for the buildings. New hot well will require venting of the steam, generated by flashing hot feedwater, steam traps’ drip legs and there it is required to vent this steam, hot air, etc. Vent or duct shall be installed on the floor/roof or the new hot well and run thru the corner (outside wall) of the staircase and then thru the skip hoist room on the 5th floor and then outside within the roof’s screen wall and next to the existing vet for the softer. Boiler #3 and 4 Precipitators: These precipitators are located on the roof, and have asbestos insulating, which is spelling out on east end, because the outside siding has deteriorated. The project is not a change in use of space. The project is not a change in occupancy.
8/2/2021 AOC MACC 2020 Fire Alarm System Modernization at US Botanical Garden Conservatory 100 Maryland Ave SW, Washington, DC 20001 $2-4 Million
4:30P AOC (AOCACB21R0094 Amnd. 2) CMD: Ddg:
8/2/2021 Army Nationwide MEDCOM D/B Repair Veterinary Clinic, Building 6077, Fort Bliss, TX Ft. Bliss, TX $1-5 Million
11:59P Army COE Mobile District (MEM-21-0020 Amnd. 3) CMD: Ddg:
The objective of this project is for the Contractor to provide all labor, materials and equipment necessary to repair the failed/failing conditions and infrastructure in Building 6077, WBAMC Veterinary Clinic. Work shall be accomplished in accordance with all applicable regulations: NFPA99, 101, 150, UFC 4- 510-01, and Ft Bliss Garrison Construction Regulations. The existing building is approximately 7,242 Gross Square Feet (GSF).
8/3/2021 GSA 11 Cyclical Chiller & Auxiliary Equipment Repair at Central Heating & Refrigeration Plant Central Heating & Refrigeration Plant, 13th & C Streets, SW, Washington, DC 20407 $250,000-500,000
11:00A GSA (47PM1121Q0019 Amnd. 1) CMD: Ddg:
To guarantee the HOTD customers receive chilled water and steam services without interruption, HOTD must continually maintain Cyclical Chiller and auxiliary equipment repair. GSA has requested that the contractor procure, repair, and install the cyclical chiller auxiliary equipment required to continue the chiller plant operation. These upgrades and replacement of cyclical chiller auxiliary equipment will help the operator continue operating the chiller without sudden interruption to support customers. The project shall be based on the chiller plant equipment manufacturer’s specifications and the Criteria Governing Design. The objective of this contract is to provide repair to the cyclical chiller and auxiliary equipment required to maintain efficient the chiller plant operation.
8/3/2021 Hampton Roads SB MACC MCRC P185 G/ATOR, Dam Neck Annex, Virginia Beach NAS Oceana, Dam Neck Annex, Virginia Beach, VA $1-5 Million
2:00P Navy Mid-Atlantic (N4008521R0170 Amnd. 3) CMD: Ddg:
The work includes a steel framed structure with concrete foundation, reinforced concrete floors with grounding grid system, interior sound insulated walls, hollow metal doors with hardware, and insulated metal roofing system. Provide bays for special ground mobile radar and for each bay special electrical and communication utilities needed for the radar equipment. Provide a supply and storage area, a secure room, fire alarm and protection systems, heating, venting and air conditioning systems, electrical systems, communication and electronic security systems. The work includes reinforced concrete pad(s) training area with a concrete foundation, shore based electrical, communication, grounding grid and tie down systems. And also includes site improvements, modifications, and remediation needed to provide a complete facility as design in accordance with the contract documents.
8/3/2021 GSA 11 D/B Replace 4 Computer Room Air Conditioner Units for NAC Campus Nebraska Ave. TOP SECRET NAC Campus, 3801 Nebraska Ave., NW, Washington, DC 20016 $500,000-1 Million
4:00P GSA (47PM0421Q0031 Amnd. 9) CMD: Ddg:
DHS is replacing/upgrading CRAC Units in various buildings throughout the NAC Campus. Replacement of CRAC Unites in Building 19 & 20 with remote monitoring. These CRAC units are over 20 years old and are in need of an upgrade to ensure operational efficiency. Only 1 CRAC unit can be replaced at a time in each room. The project is not a change in use of space. The project is not a change in occupancy. This project is a Design-Build delivery type.
8/4/2021 LBJ Consolidation Construction and Switchgear, Floors 3, 4, 6, and 7 400 Maryland Ave., SW, Washington, DC 20024 $5-15 Million
2:00P GSA (47PM0121R0013 Amnd. 5) CMD: Ddg:
The work to be performed under the terms of this contract includes, but is not limited to, furnishing all management, supervision, subcontractors, consultants, labor, materials, supplies, and equipment to plan, schedule, construct, coordinate and assure effective performance of all requested construction services to meet the General Services Administration and its client agency’s (Department of Education) requirements. This Construction contract is for the renovation of floors 3, 4, 6, & 7 (approximately 198,369 USF) and bathrooms (10,000USF) of the existing building to be reconstructed as open office space with sufficient workspace and meeting space to meet the Department of Education’s programmatic requirements. The project shall improve the utilization rate of the LBJ Building and allow the Department of Education to add approximately 600 employees from leased spaces into the building. The project will include interior alterations and open workspace construction, including a few system upgrades to HVAC, new power distribution circuits, power distribution breaker tie upgrades, Life Safety items such as floor fire alarm and sprinkler systems in order to comply with current applicable codes. The project also includes significant renovations to the major Switchgear and electrical systems servicing the building.
8/6/2021 GSA 11 Replace Valve Bodies & Actuators for FCUs at EPA Connecting Wing EPA Connecting Wing 1201 & 1301 Constitution Ave., NW, Wash DC $1-5 Million
12:00P GSA (47PM0321R0025 Amnd. 1) CMD: Ddg:
A number of the valves and actuators servicing Fan Coil Units have experienced failures. This project will replace the valve bodies and actuators and ensure that they are reconnected to the building automation system. Half the globe valves are hot water and half are for cold water. There are 3,548 valve bodies and an equal number of actuators for Fan Coil Units (FCUs) that will be replaced between the three buildings of the EPA Complex in Washington, DC. There are approximately 338 locations that are ceiling hung/window fan coil units. The project is not a change in use of space. The project is not a change in occupancy.
8/9/2021 Huntsville Army Facilities Repair & Renewal (FRR) D-B MATOC, Phase 2 (Sample Task Blg. 549 Ft. Belv) Continental United States (CONUS) and outside the Continental United States (OCONUS),Huntsville CORE
9:00A Huntsville Army Corps of Eng (W912DY21R0005 Amnd. 8) CMD: Ddg:
Objective. To award a Firm-Fixed Price (FFP) Construction Multiple Award Task Order Contract (MATOC) with design/build capabilities in support of the Facility Repair & Renewal (FRR) Program. The FRR program provides rapid response for facility repair, renovation, conversion, and alteration; and facility subsystem additions, construction, equipment procurement/installation at Government installations and facilities covering the following locations: Contiguous United States to include the District of Columbia; Non-Contiguous United States including Alaska, Hawaii, U.S. Territories; Kuwait, Qatar, United Arab Emirates (UAE), Yemen, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Afghanistan, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Guantanamo Bay, Azores, Germany, Kwajalein, Spain, Italy, Israel, Poland, Turkey, Greenland, England, Belgium, the Netherlands, Diego Garcia, and Australia. (Attachment 12) Other foreign jurisdictions outside the Continental United States may be added to the geographic scope of the Base MATOC if deemed appropriate after an analysis of relevant statutes and regulations, including the competition in contracting act, and approval of a FAR Part 6 J&A for an out-of-scope change if appropriate, and analysis of international agreement terms between the United States and the respective foreign jurisdiction. Due to the need for expeditious repairs, this will be a Two-Phase Design Build construction contract. Services include facility repair, renovation, conversion, alteration, additions, construction, and equipment procurement / installation at Government installations and facilities. The Contractor is required to survey the problem areas, evaluate and recommend solutions, develop and implement work plans in a timely manner within negotiated costs, and provide the repair/renewal/construction efforts to support the design solution. Task Orders under this MATOC are intended to provide quick response for facility repair, renovation, conversion, alteration, additions, construction, and the procurement / installation of equipment at Government installations and facilities.
8/9/2021 Hampton Roads D/B IDIQ MACC for Utility Mechanical Const Svcs; SEED: Replace Cooling Tower #5 SEED: Replace Cooling Tower #5 Bldg. 174, T/Os Range $250K-$5 Million
2:00P NAVFAC Mid-Atlantic (N4008521R0083 Amnd. 1) CMD: Ddg:
SEED PROJ: Remove existing Cooling Tower #5 at Building 174, Norfolk Naval Shipyard, Portsmouth, Virginia, and replace with new. Price for the entire work for the demolition of the existing cooling tower #5 and it's accessories and the cooling tower structural support. Install a new cooling tower equal or better than the existing cooling tower with all the required accessories and structural support for a fully functional cooling tower. This IDIQ MACC will require the ability to manage multiple task orders concurrently across the Hampton Roads AOR. The work includes, but is not limited to, a diverse range of utility construction services including demolition, repair, replacement, modification, and new installation of various systems to include but not limited to steam, natural gas, storm water, sanitary sewer, domestic water, saltwater, oily waste/waste oil, steam, hot or chilled water supply, compressed air, fuel oil, and with incidental work such as general construction and specialty trades; and removal of asbestos or lead contaminated materials. Work to take place but not limited to various outside of facilities and buildings, inside of facilities and buildings where connected to the building systems, under facilities and buildings, underground, above ground, above piers, on piers, under piers, inside double deck piers, in trenches, in tunnels. It is anticipated that no more than five (5) contracts will be awarded as a result of this potential solicitation. The duration of the contract(s) will be for one (1) year from the date of contract award with four (4) one-year option periods. The total five-year (base and four one-year options) estimated construction cost for all contracts will not exceed $95,000,000 for the life of the contract. Projects awarded on this MACC will have an estimated construction cost of approximately $250,000 to $5,000,000; however, smaller and larger dollar value projects may be considered.
8/12/2021 Hampton Roads SB MACC SDA-205 Repairs and Renovation Naval Support Activity, Norfolk, VA $5-10 Million
2:00P NAVFAC Mid-Atlantic (N4008521R0209 Amnd. 1) CMD: Ddg:
The task order to be awarded will be for Repairs and Renovations, Building SDA-205, Naval Support Activity, Norfolk, Virginia. This project will include repairs and renovations to the 1-story warehouse and offices, fire rated overhead doors, fire protection system and incidental related work. The Scope of Work includes but is not limited to complete HVAC replacement, plumbing fixture replacement, casework, wood doors, exterior steel doors and frames, and sidewalk repairs.
8/13/2021 AOC MACC 2020 Thomas Jefferson Bldg N. Exit Stair B Construction Project, Library of Congress Thomas Jefferson Bldg, Washington, D.C. >$10 Million
5:00P AOC (AOCACB21R0099 Amnd. 1) CMD: Ddg:
The Architect of the Capitol (AOC) has an upcoming requirement for the construction of a new egress stair and egress route to grade at the Thomas Jefferson Building on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. The Thomas Jefferson Building (TJB) is the oldest of the four United States Library of Congress (LOC) buildings. The library was built between 1890 and 1897 in the Beaux-Arts style and is considered a Heritage Asset. TJB is a five-story building with a Cellar, Basement (also known as Ground Floor), First, Second, and Third Floor (also known as the Attic). Book stack levels, which are designated as “Decks”, are present between the floor levels. There are 14 Decks that start at Deck 50 (lowest) up to Deck 37 (highest). For code compliance and life safety needs, the AOC has decided that providing a new exit stair and egress to grade is necessary from the northern stacks. Construction includes the removal of portions of the marble floor panel and steel deck assembly and steel shelving system at each Deck for the installation of the new metal stair and concrete masonry unit (CMU) stair enclosure. The egress route will cross the Cellar level corridor; through the moat and exit via a new concrete stair to grade. Work associated with this project includes a secured site compound fence; temporary interior construction partitions; asbestos and lead abatement; temporary structural supports; new mechanical shaft; and modifications of building systems affected by the new work. Excavation for the penetration of the moat will be required for the movement of materials in and out to the TJB and construction of the new concrete egress stair. Repair and/or replacement of damaged site improvements will also need to be done. Prior to commencement of the work, the LOC will remove collections from the work areas; the temporary partitions at each deck shall serve as a barrier to protect the remaining collections from construction debris.
8/18/2021 Navy SDVOSB Western: P955 ADAL B179 Simulator Facility Expansion, Travis AFB, CA Travis AFB, Fairfield, CA $5-10 Million
2:00P NAVFAC Southwest (N62473-14-D-0069X077 Amnd. 0) CMD: Ddg:
The Government intends to obtain all labor, equipment, materials and incidental related work to renovate Building 179 in order to support operation of Weapon System Trainers (WST) and Boom Operator Training (BOT) devices, Pilot Part Task Trainer (PPTT) and associated functions providing aircrew training for the new KC-46A aircraft. The facility will also house parts storage, briefing rooms, classrooms, aircrew learning center, mechanical room, computer room, elevator, and offices. Both classified and unclassified areas are required with the classified areas requiring Intrusion Detection System. Secure communications capability is required to support Distributed Mission Operation.
8/19/2021 NIH ORF D/B Bldg 10 NIHBC, PACU & Pre-Op Area, PACU Renovations Building 10, Rooms 2C516, 2C523, 2C622, 9000 Rockville Pike, Bethesda, MD 20892-0001 $1-5 Million
12:00P NIH (C109709 Amnd. 0) CMD: Ddg:
The scope of this project involves the design and renovation of approximately 1,583.09 SF of existing PACU space with the addition of 735.65 SF of additional space from the waiting room, bringing the total to 2,319.54 SF. Due to the anticipated expansion of services (GI), additional beds are required that are flexible with regards to use. At the beginning of the day, there is greater use of the Pre-Operative beds while later in the day, there caseload is predominantly Post-operative. Construction of designated space will be required to accommodate the GI service and miscellaneous procedures (line placement, sedation for lumbar puncture, bone biopsies etc.). The current space may be adequate for the expansion and the work would have to be staged so that it would have minimal impact on DPM operations. End-users are looking to have 6 – 8 bed bays in the new Pre-Op room after the flip. Construction scope of work includes selective demolition of interior walls, finishes, casework , wall, relocate electrical outlets and other utilities; modify HVAC and FP systems; provide new ceiling and light fixtures, paint all room walls and install new flooring; install all the equipment rough-in for the bed bays etc.
8/20/2021 GSA 11 D/B Replace Rooftop Chilled Water Piping & Condensing Water Pump 4700 River Rd, Riverdale, MD Penthouse of 4700 River Road, Riverdale, MD 20737 $250,000-500,000
12:00P GSA (47PM0321R0026 Amnd. 0) CMD: Ddg:
Contractor to develop and implement a Design-Build project for the replacement of the rooftop chilled water piping and the chilled/condenser water pumps located in the penthouse of 4700 River Road, Riverdale, MD 20737. 4700 River Road is a Class B building built in 1994. It is a six-story steel frame building with brick façade. Partition walls are construction with steel studs and gypsum sheetrock on concrete slab on grade. GSA purchased the building in 2015. During the installation of the new Cooling Towers at the building in March 2020, it was discovered that there was extensive corrosion on the existing chilled water pipes and condenser water pipes after sections of insulation were removed. This corrosion was so significant that the decision was made to remove portions of this piping and replace it with new. Approximately 60 LF of chilled water piping was replaced as part of the Cooling Tower Project. The remaining Rooftop Chilled Water Piping and its insulation are original to the building. The insulation has been damaged due to excessive foot traffic and severe weather over the years. The excessive corrosion and build-up of gunk within the pipes could lead to catastrophic loss of the building’s heating and cooling systems if not immediately addressed. The eight (8) existing chilled/condensing water pumps (2 chilled water and 6 condensing water) are also original to the building. Pump #1 (chilled water) is currently non-operational. This nonoperational pump is limiting the chiller operations as it is one of the two pumps that can be operated in conjunction with the two (2) building chillers. As a result, all condenser water piping and chilled water piping will be replaced. The project is not a change in use of space. The project is not a change in occupancy. The project is a Design-Build delivery type.
8/20/2021 Herbert R. Temple Jr. Army National Guard Readiness Center (TARC) - Visitors Center 111 S George Mason Dr. Arlington, VA 22204; Project Number VAFM-PN-19-0007 $1-5 Million
3:00P NGB - National Guard (W9133L-21-B-4000 Amnd. 0) CMD: Ddg:
The requirement is to construct a Visitor's Center building in support of the National Guard Bureau (NGB) at the Herbert R. Temple Jr. Army National Guard Readiness Center (TARC) at 111 South George Mason Drive, Arlington, Virginia. The project will involve work in the civil, architectural, security, structural, plumbing, mechanical, and electrical disciplines. NGB plans to construct a Visitors Center building in the fence line of the installation.This will provide TARC with a more secure access point. The Period of Performance will be 425 calendar days from the initial Notice to Proceed (NTP) to complete the project.
8/23/2021 Army Nationwide MEDCOM D/B Repair Emergency Power Transfer System, B503, Forest Glen Annex WRAIR Fort Detrick- Forest Glen Annex, Silver Spring, MD $1-5 Million
11:59P US Army COE Mobile District (RP1900065 Amnd. 0) CMD: Ddg:
The objective of this project is for the Contractor to provide all labor, materials and equipment necessary to repair by replacement Emergency Power Transfer System in Building 503 Walter Reed Army Institute of Research, Fort Detrick Forest Glen Annex, Maryland Campus, Maryland, in accordance with all Federal, State, and Installation codes and laws, to include preparation of a design as discussed below. The contractor is required to provide multiple contract line items for this project. Government furnished information, such as: drawings and equipment descriptions are provided in enclosures. This SOW (including any sketches/drawings) is provided as general information, Contractor must use due diligence to field verify all information. Besides the base bid there are three (3) options the contractor will bid on, that may be awarded subject to available funds. These are: OPTION 1 – Update emergency generator control panels and connect emergency generators and new Automatic Transfer Switches (ATSs) to Building Automation System (BAS). OPTION 2 – Install Remote Monitoring System OPTION 3 – Perform investigation of emergency generators
8/24/2021 NIH ORF D/B Renovate Room 4A02 to Construct Freezer Farm, Building 10 A-Wing NIH Main Campus, Bethesda, MD 20892 $250,000-500,000
2:00P NIH (C109886 Amnd. 0) CMD: Ddg:
Demolition of existing lab, Building 10 Room 4A02, including fume hood and sink. Design and construct room to house a freezer farm. Room square footage is 496 SF. Room shall be designed to hold up to twenty (20) 3’ x 3’ freezers. The freezers are not part of the scope. The freezers will be furnished and installed by the Government at a later date. 1. Lab 4A02-496 NASF (Net Assignable Square Footage) -Attachment FF-01 2. Proposed freezer layout- Attachment FF-02 Located in the NIH Clinical Center on the fourth floor.
8/30/2021 Stabilization and Rehabilitation of the Historic Carter G. Woodson Home and Adjacent Properties 1538 9th St., NW Washington, DC 20001 $5-10 Million
11:00A US Dept of Interior/NPS Denver CO (140P2021R0111 Amnd. 0) CMD: Ddg:
This project will complete the stabilization and rehabilitation of 1540 and 1542 9th St NW; and expand visitor accessibility to the 2nd and 3rd floors of the National Historic Site of Carter G. Woodson’s Home, located at 1538 9th St NW. Because of the historical and cultural significances of these structures, which are partially open to the public, extra precautions for the remaining site areas require ample protection and best management practices. Construction component includes, but are not limited to: fire suppression system, interior elevator, lift to the 1st floor inside of 1542 9th St NW, plumbing, restrooms, heating/ventilation/air conditioning (HVAC) system, electrical system, rear fire escape and interior fire egress, interior structural repairs, interior surface repairs to include framing, door installation, drywall installation, paint, telecommunication systems, and ancillary fixtures (electrical switches, light ballast, light bulbs, trim work, etc). Completion of this work shall also make these structures compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), Architectural Barriers Act Accessibility Standards (ABAAS), and fire code, so that the site will be able to open for the full visitor experience.
8/30/2021 D/B 911th Vehicle Maintenance Shop at Ft. Belvoir - Phase 2 9015-9199 McCutcheon Rd., Ft. Belvoir, VA 22060 $10-25 Million
11:00A US Army COE Baltimore (W912DR21R0018 Amnd. 4) CMD: Ddg:
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Baltimore District (NAB), has been tasked to solicit for and award construction services for the 911th Vehicle Maintenance Shop at Fort Belvoir, VA. The proposed project will be a competitive, firm-fixed-price (FFP), design-build (DB) contract procured in accordance with FAR 15, Contracting by Negotiations, under a two-step Best Value Tradeoff Process. The project is to construct a standard-design medium Vehicle Maintenance Shop to include hazardous waste storage and oil storage buildings, vehicle parking lot, open and organizational equipment storage and heavy equipment parking with options for a vehicle storage building and Company Operations Facility. Construction will include special foundations and connection to Energy Monitoring Control Systems (EMCS), intrusion detection systems (IDS) installation, fire alarm and suppression and building information system. Supporting Facilities include electric services, water and gas distribution and wastewater collection lines, a water pump for fire suppression system, access road, pavements, curbs and gutters, storm drainage, site preparation, environmental studies and documentation, and information systems. Antiterrorism/force protection measures include laminated glass windows in reinforced frames, reinforced exterior doors, security lighting, barriers, and visual screening. Heating and air conditioning will be provided by stand-along systems. Measures in accordance with the Department of Defense (DoD) Minimum Antiterrorism for Buildings standards will be provided. Facilities will be designed to a minimum life of 40 years in accordance with DoD's Unified Facilities Code (UFC 1-200-02) including energy efficiencies, building envelope and integrated building systems performance. Sustainability and Energy measures will be provided. Access for individuals with disabilities will be provided. Comprehensive building and furnishings related to interior design services are required. Demolish 1 Building (5,147 SF), 2 Modular Buildings (4,820 SF) and Air Conditioning (Estimated 150 Tons).
8/31/2021 Hampton Roads SB MACC Upgrades to Bldg 684-CHI DIILS, Newport RI Naval Station Naval Station Newport, Newport, RI $5-10 Million
2:00P NAVFAC Mid-Atlantic (N4008521R0184 Amnd. 1) CMD: Ddg:
The project will execute the renovation and upgrades to portions of Building 684, Coasters Harbor Island (CHI). The building is one-story, with masonry and steel framing, and is 16,026 square feet in area. The area of work within Building 684 CHI is approximately 9,300 square feet in size. The space is used by DIILS (Defense Institute of International Legal Studies) as a conference center, with offices and lecture rooms included. The project will be solicited with Base Bid and Bid Options, including a separate FFE and AV/IT package.
9/14/2021 CBR B154 and B164 Construction, Indian Head Indian Head, MD $25-100 Million
2:00P Dept of the Navy (N40080-21-R-9393 Amnd. 3) CMD: 1005776398 Ddg:
Description of Work: CBR B154 & B164 Construction, Indian Head, Maryland, 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. CBR-D operations require many unique facility attributes, including configuration (e.g., high ceilings, unique floor layouts), construction (e.g. heavy-duty foundations, thick walls), support equipment (e.g., cranes, elevators), and utilities (e.g., air conditioning, heating, Bio-Safety Level 3 laboratory separated sewer system). Additional requirements include locating operations in the restricted area of the base to ensure adequate security; collocating related operations for improved efficiency.
DLA Overwatch Booths & Dining Patio Pavers, Ft Belvoir, VA - Pre-solicitation notice Ft. Belvoir, VA $1-5 Million
Dept of the Army (W912DR21B0010 Amnd. 0) CMD: Ddg:
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Baltimore District, has been tasked to solicit for and award construction services for the installation of two (2) new pre-fabricated overwatch booths with power and communications connections at Fort Belvoir, Virginia. The proposed project will be a competitive, firm-fixed-price (FFP), design-build (DB), Invitation for Bid (IFB) procured in accordance with FAR Part 14 Sealed Bidding. Each booth will be approximately 67 Square Feet and will be on an elevated concrete slab with access via concrete stairs. The work also includes provision and installation of new granite and concrete patio pavers and improvements to the sub base at the cafeteria patio. Total disturbed area for patio pavers is 9,626, Square Feet. Patio pavers are to match the existing color, pattern and size. The work also includes replacement of existing ground flush-mount lighting and circuit with ten (10) new LED flush-mount lighting fixtures in the same locations.
FAA Chiller Plant and Control System Modifications, Washington Air Route Traffic Control Center 3701 Macintosh Dr., Warrenton, VA $6-8 Million
Federal Aviation Administration New England Region (697DCK-21-R-00130 Amnd. 3) 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.
HVAC Upgrade to Herbert R. Temple Jr Army National Guard Readiness Ctr. TARC, Arlington, VA PreSolic Notice posted 6/25/2020 $5-10 Million
National Guard Bureau (W9133L-20-B-4002 Amnd. 0) CMD: Ddg:
The National Guard Bureau, Construction Branch anticipates the solicitation and award of a contract to provide non-personal construction services to perform Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) upgrades project that would modify the existing HVAC systems in support of the Herbert R. Temple Jr. Army National Guard Readiness Center (TARC) located in Arlington, VA. This Sources Sought notice is to determine if there is an adequate number of qualified, interested small business concerns capable of responding to this sources sought. The solicitation has an estimated range magnitude of construction between $5,000,000 and $10,000,000. This HVAC upgrade includes adding Dry Hydrogen Peroxide (DHP) devices into the existing duct work. To install, a piece of the duct is cut out near the diffuser and the DHP device is placed inside and powered up. This project will include furnishing and installing the devices per manufacturer's instructions, the first round of replacement cartridges, and running power to the units. TARC employs over 3,000 people and contains approximately 500,000 square feet of office space in two (2) buildings.
USDA BARC D/B Building 308 Renovation -- PreSolic Notice posted 4/28/2021 Beltsville Agricultural Research Center (BARC), Beltsville, MD $25-100 Million
Dept of the Army (W912DR21R0025 Amnd. 0) CMD: Ddg: 1005806572
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Baltimore District (NAB), has been tasked to solicit for and award construction services for the USDA-ARS Beltsville Agricultural Research Center (BARC) Building 308 Renovation. The proposed project will be a competitive, firm-fixed-price (FFP), design-build (DB) contract procured in accordance with FAR 15, Contracting by Negotiations, under a two-step Best Value Tradeoff Process. The scope includes the gut interior and replace demolished features for desired function. Load bearing columns and exterior walls to remain. Interior walls can be demolished or moved as required per floorplan design. Replace/upgrade all utilities (telecom, data, mechanical, electrical, plumbing, fire protection, etc.). All buildings shall receive 480-volt electrical service and transformers as necessary. All utilities shall be replaced from building exterior back to main service connection. Building envelope and drainage features to ensure all exterior walls are “weathertight” and “watertight”. Exterior building drainage systems and roofs shall be replaced as part of building renovation. DB contractor shall perform all landscaping work. BARC will remove any furniture and equipment that they want to salvage; Remaining existing furniture, equipment and trash will be removed by the DB Contractor. Mitigate hazardous materials (asbestos, mold, etc.) as necessary, utilizing hazmat surveys completed by USACE Baltimore. Replace laboratory equipment, fume hoods, and casework. At Building 308, steam line will be replaced from building to exterior junction manhole for adjacent buildings. Service shutdown shall be coordinated. Elevators at each building shall be installed per floorplan design and meet building code requirements. Exterior work to be covered includes roof replacement or repair, removal of fire escapes, window replacements, replacement of exterior building features, building lighting, sidewalks, ramps, and parking spaces needed for ADA compliance. Interior staircases shall be installed per design, to meet code. The attics shall be completely weather tight and environmental contaminants shall be mitigated as necessary. New work shall be completed in a manner to preserve historical appearance and significance of existing structures.
AOC MACC 2020: Interim Switchgear Replacement Proj, Packard Campus Audio Visual Conservation (PCAVC) Culpepper, VA $1-5 Million
AOC (LC20005 Amnd. 0) CMD: Ddg:
The switchgear is 480/277V. The 4000A service entrance switchgear (Switchgear SE) is fed from two Utility (Dominion Energy) transformers. Each transformer feeds one side of the main-tie-main service entrance switchgear with 10 sets of 600kcmil conductors in a 12-way ductbank with 4” conduits. Switchgear SE is split into an ‘A’ bus and a ‘B’ bus, each rated for 4000A. Each bus has space for 16 distribution breakers. The two sides of the switchgear are called SEA and SEB. The incident in 2019 caused the complete failure of SEB. In order to bring the building back online, undamaged and spare breakers in SEA were temporarily wired to loads normally served by SEB and the rear covers of SEA were left open for the temporary cables. This configuration remains to the present. The electrical room as a whole is considered an arc flash hazard. In order to enter the room without implementing an outage, a qualified person should complete a risk assessment according to NFPA 70E 110.1(H). The risk assessment should include the shock risk assessment and arc flash risk assessment to determine the appropriate PPE and risk factors associated with the task to be performed. These requirements are included in the contract documents. The PCAVC houses film and other audio-visual collections of the Library of Congress. Collections are maintained at strict temperature and humidity levels. Outages for this project are limited to weekends in order to maintain occupancy in the building, and to limit temperature/humidity fluctuations which could damage irreplaceable film and other collection items. SEA will be replaced with a grade mounted, exterior, weatherproof cabinet enclosed switchgear adjacent to the electrical room. Conduits will be run above-ground, through a ventilation louver, into the electrical room. The work will occur in four phases, the first of which will include installation of the new switchgear equipment and conduits. This is a challenging and complex electrical infrastructure project, and the solicitation will include requirements for electrical subcontractor qualifications that demonstrate experience in utility infrastructure renovation in occupied government and/or institutional settings.
AFICA EAST Wright Patterson AFB OH - R-11 Parking, Containment & Lighting - DRAFT RFP Wright Patterson AFB, OH
Air Force (FA8903-21-R-0000 Amnd. 0) CMD: Ddg:
The work shall consist of, but not limited to, providing all labor, material, equipment, and transportation necessary to repair and upgrade various fuels facilities at Wright-Patterson AFB, OH.
Washington Aqueduct Second High Reservoir Maintenance and Improvements- PreSolicitationNotice 3/1020 Washington Aqueduct, Intersection of Van Ness Street and 44th Street, NW, Wash., DC 20016 $5-10 Million
Dept of the Army (W912DR20B0006 Amnd. 0) CMD: Ddg:
The project consists of implementing upgrades and improvements to the Second High Reservoir to address operational and sanitary survey issues previously identified. This will result in improved water quality and operation within the distribution system. The work includes the replacement of a brick Sample Building; the replacement of the 24” drain line; installation of mechanical mixers; sealing of all interior joints and cracks; installation of a spread spectrum radio communications antenna; installation of a roof sub-drainage system and the replacement of the perimeter fence. This reservoir is a critical component of the distribution system and so the reservoir outage period is restricted. An experienced contractor with resources and expertise to handle the following project constraints is needed: 1. The reservoir roof surface has limited weight restrictions and can only be taken out of service for three (3) months. All work needing to be performed inside the reservoir has to be completed within that time frame. 2. The demolition and re-building of brick Sample Building must be done within the limited outage window while the reservoir is out of service. 3. Access into the reservoir structure is limited and all work therein is considered confined space work. 4. The reservoir is located in a residential neighborhood and so noise ordinance requirements must be strictly adhered to. 5. The existing security server and associated equipment is to be removed and re-installed by a professional security contractor
P490 Design/Build Fire Crash Rescue Station, Joint Base Andrews - PreSolicitation 4/8/2021 Joint Base Andrews, Camp Springs, MD $10-25 Million
Dept of the Navy (N40080-21-R-6382 Amnd. 0) CMD: Ddg: 1005803603
This is a Two-Phase Design-Build procurement that will be conducted utilizing Full & Open Unrestricted competitive negotiation procedures and two-phase design-build selection procedures under FAR Part 15 and FAR Subpart 36.3. Evaluation will be conducted utilizing the Best Value Source Selection (BVSS) tradeoff process. Project Description: This Design Build contract requires design and construction of a new 36,218 sq. ft. Crash Rescue Station at Joint Base Andrews, Maryland. The new facility will provide a Large Headquarters Station that is sited to serve both fight lines and the Installation’s structures, and support current and future flying missions at the base. The new Crash Rescue Station Facility scope includes combined emergency communication center, fourteen aircraft rescue firefighting apparatus equipment/ maintenance bays, residential, training areas, gym, conference rooms, administration and management offices, an alternate emergency operations center, clean/dirty rooms for special equipment, logistics warehouse, response trailer storage and necessary recreation (television room/lounge/dining/kitchen) space, heating ventilation and air conditioning, electrical, communication, fire detection/suppression and mass notification/intercom systems, site preparations, parking lot, landscaping, storm water management, utilities and utilities connection, emergency generator with fuel tank and automatic transfer switch, and all other necessary work associated with this project. The project also includes the demolition of the existing buildings, one building totaling 18,008 sq. ft. and the other totaling 1,098 sq. ft.
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
AOC MACC 2020 Supreme Court Restoration of Four Interior Courtyards, Upper Cornice, Fountains,Pavers US Supreme Court >$10 Million
AOC (1 Amnd. 0) CMD: Ddg:
AOC MACC 2020 Restoration in the four Supreme Court interior courtyards, upper cornice, fountains and courtyard pavers, bronze conservation of the doors, windows, grilles and lampposts, including electrical rewiring of the lampposts. The restoration includes cleaning, repointing, consolidation, repair or replacement of damaged stone and all associated site and building protection, scaffold, and replacement of the bird protection system.
Munitions Load Crew Training Facility, AAFB 113th CES, Joint Base Andrews, Camp Springs, MD 20762 $5-10 Million
USACE, Baltimore (W912DR21B0021 Amnd. 0) CMD: Ddg:
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Baltimore District (NAB), has been tasked to solicit for and award construction services for 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.

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