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FBO DAILY - FEDBIZOPPS ISSUE OF SEPTEMBER 15, 2018 FBO #6140
SOURCES SOUGHT

Z -- Repair Cadet Sijan Hall - USAFA, CO

Notice Date
9/13/2018
 
Notice Type
Sources Sought
 
NAICS
541350 — Building Inspection Services
 
Contracting Office
Department of the Army, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, USACE District, Omaha, Attn: CENWO- CT, 1616 Capitol Ave, Omaha, Nebraska, 68102-4901, United States
 
ZIP Code
68102-4901
 
Solicitation Number
W9128F-18-S-M042
 
Archive Date
10/11/2018
 
Point of Contact
Zandra F. Hearn,
 
E-Mail Address
zandra.f.hearn@usace.army.mil
(zandra.f.hearn@usace.army.mil)
 
Small Business Set-Aside
N/A
 
Description
Sources Sought Notice identification number: W9128F-18-S-M042 This is a Sources Sought Notice and is for market research purposes only. THIS IS NOT A REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL, QUOTATION OR BID. NO SOLICITATION IS CURRENTLY AVAILABLE. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Omaha District is conducting market research to identify sources (Small Businesses and Other-than-Small Businesses) that have the knowledge, skills and capability to perform the work concerning the potential project described below. Responses are requested only from: POTENTIAL PRIME ARCHITECT AND ENGINEERING FIRMS. The responses to this sources sought announcement will be used by the Government to make appropriate acquisition decisions for this project. Responses are to be sent via email to Zandra.F.Hearn@usace.army.mil no later than 2:00 p.m. CST,15 October 2018. Project Description: The objective of this contract is to provide engineering and architectural services primarily in support of a USACE design services contract to the renovation of Sijan Hall at US Air Force Academy, CO. Sijan Hall is the second of the two cadet dormitory buildings at the United States Air Force Academy, located in Colorado Springs, Colorado, and construction was completed in 1968. The primary function of Sijan Hall is a dormitory for Cadets; and was designed to house 2,520 students in 1968; currently there are 1,926 Cadets that occupy Sijan. Several other ancillary functions are also housed in Sijan Hall. This six story building is located on the south side of the Cadet Area. The facility with approximately 625,300 square feet is listed as a part of the Air Force Academy's National Historic District. Repair Sijan Hall will be designed as a comprehensive effort developing five phased construction packages that can be constructed independently without impact to future phases. Focuses on dividing the overall building into five (5) segments for the construction work in all phases. Mechanical, electrical, plumbing, fire protection, energy management, and communication systems will be broken up into five (5) stand-alone areas to accommodate the relocation of displaced cadets to allow the rest of the building to remain open and operational as each phase is being renovated. Phase 1 includes installing isolation valves and bypass capability on the HTHW system so each mechanical and plumbing zone can be independently isolated. Design will show and build contractor laydown areas for all phases, and the Energy Management Control System (EMCS) will be sub-metered to include a BTU meter for each mechanical zone. The contractor will document the control zones for each HVAC air and hydronic system back to the specific mechanical rooms for identification of phases and boundaries. Photograph and identify historic hand painted murals on the interior corridor walls that will be preserved. Phase 1 also begins the interior renovations. During each phase, temporary (plywood and plastic sheet) dust/access control will be provided for use during construction. Provide asbestos containing materials and lead based paint abatements at each phase. Remove and replace all exterior curtain wall system within the boundary of each phase. Provide all mechanical, electrical & plumbing/fire protection work back to the mechanical room(s) that serve each phase. Provide new architectural finishes and interior upgrades. Phase(s) 2, 3 and 4 will focus on interior renovations. Work that was completed in previous phases will be reviewed and updates will be made to the construction documents as necessary. During each phase, temporary (plywood and plastic sheet) dust/access control will be provided for use during construction. Provide asbestos containing materials and lead based paint abatements at each phase. Remove and replace all exterior curtain wall system within the boundary of each phase. Provide all mechanical, electrical & plumbing/fire protection work back to the mechanical room(s) that serve each phase. Provide new architectural finishes and interior upgrades. Phase 5 completes interior renovations. Work that was completed in previous phases will be reviewed and updates will be made to the construction documents as necessary. During each phase, temporary (plywood and plastic sheet) dust/access control will be provided for use during construction. Provide asbestos containing materials and lead based paint abatements at each phase. Remove and replace all exterior curtain wall system within the boundary of each phase. Provide all mechanical, electrical & plumbing/fire protection work back to the mechanical room(s) that serve each phase. Provide new architectural finishes and interior upgrades. Phase 5 also focuses on exterior work. Provides improvement to the civil (storm sewer) drainage system. Provides new outdoor pavilions, benches, bollards and other site furnishings. Provides landscape plantings and associated irrigation system. Installing all new code compliant exterior handrails and guardrails on the terrazzo level. Provide new concrete pavers and/or new exposed aggregate concrete at damaged areas. Upgrade all interior stairwells (hand rail, treads, etc.). Provide final clean up and landscape restoration of contractor laydown yards. These services may include but are not limited to the following seven (7) functional areas: (1) General Military Facilities Design/Studies to include but not limited to Architectural and Engineering designs, drawings, plans, specifications (all major disciplines to include Anti-Terrorism/Force Protection (AT/FP)), Design-Build RFP development; bid document preparation, Design criteria development, Construction Cost Estimation/Schedule Preparation, Facility condition surveys/studies; testing; HAZMAT surveys; GIS surveys; engineering forensics, Value Engineering Studies, Specification updates and policy input, Design reviews, Independent Technical Reviews (ITR) support, Site planning, Facility Planning, Economic Analysis, Construction Cost Estimating, Construction Phase Support (2) Facility Commissioning to include but not limited to Fundamental, enhanced, and retro-commissioning and post-occupancy validation HVAC, electrical, plumbing, control systems (3) Facilities Cybersecurity to include services primarily related to real property facility systems (HVAC, controls, etc.) and NOT related to personal property or non-installed equipment (4) Facility High-Altitude Electromagnetic Pulse (HEMP) Studies/Design (5) Facility Failure Mode, Effects, and Criticality Analysis (FMECA), Reliability, Availability, & Maintainability (RAM), and TEMPEST Analyses (6) General Military Facility Cost Engineering/Estimating to include but not limited to Planning estimates, parametric estimates, and detail estimates, Reviewing cost portions of DD1391 documents, Development of schedules and project controls documentation (7) Explosives and Blast Engineering to include but not limited to Development of Explosive Safety Plans, Explosives effects/mitigation, Protective construction, Explosives safety studies/reports. Work will be limited to a single contract to support the repairs of Sijan Hall. Design requirements may need to consider applicable UFC, design codes and USAFA Design Standards. The work will, in some cases, necessitate travel to the facility at US Air Force Academy for the purposes of data collection, meetings, etc. However, the bulk of the work is anticipated to be performed in the home offices of the AE firm. Submission Details: All interested, capable, qualified (under NAICS code 541330) and responsive contractors are encouraged to reply to this market survey request. Interested PRIME ARCHITECT AND ENGINEERING FIRMS ONLY should submit a narrative demonstrating their experience in design projects of similar nature as described above. Narratives shall be no longer than 10 pages. Email responses are required. Ensure that "W9128F-18-S-M036" is contained within the Subject line of your email response. Please include the following information in your response/narrative: • Company name, address, and point of contact, with (h)er/is phone number and email address • Business size to include any official teaming arrangements as a partnership or joint venture • Details of similar projects and state whether you were the Prime or Subcontractor • Dates of design work • Project references (including owner with phone number and email address) • Project cost, term and complexity of job Comments will be shared with the Government and the project management team, but otherwise will be held in strict confidence. PLEASE NOTE: AT THIS TIME, WE ARE ONLY INTERESTED IN RESPONSES FROM COMPANIES WHO HAVE THE ABILITY TO BE PRIME ARCHITECT AND ENGINEERING FIRMS. TELEPHONE INQUIRIES WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.
 
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Place of Performance
Address: United States Air Force Academy, CO, Colorado Springs, Colorado, 80840, United States
Zip Code: 80840
 
Record
SN05087491-W 20180915/180913231133-2ba751f2b6b13c45a11b8cfe59d5f05c (fbodaily.com)
 
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