Loren Data's SAM Daily™

Home Today's SAM Search Archives Numbered Notes CBD Archives Subscribe

99 -- Edward T. Gignoux Federal Courthouse HVAC and Fire Alarm Upgrade Portland, Maine

Notice Date
6/29/2020 12:13:53 PM
Notice Type
Sources Sought
541330 — Engineering Services
Contracting Office
ZIP Code
Solicitation Number
Response Due
7/17/2020 11:00:00 AM
Archive Date
Point of Contact
Michele Valenza, Phone: (617) 565-8508, Leo Osborne, Phone: (617) 531-2630
E-Mail Address
michele.valenza@gsa.gov, leo.osborne@gsa.gov
(michele.valenza@gsa.gov, leo.osborne@gsa.gov)
SOURCES SOUGHT NOTICE Edward T. Gignoux Federal Courthouse HVAC and Fire Alarm Upgrade Project�Portland, Maine The U.S. General Services Administration (GSA), Region 1 (New England), is conducting�market research for the design of an HVAC & Fire Alarm Upgrade in Portland, Maine. This�project is defined as a major renovation and alternation construction project that follows the�GSA Design Excellence guidelines, the GSA Operational Excellence guidelines, the GSA�Facilities Standards for the Public Buildings Service (P-100) 2018, and the U.S. Court Design�Guide 2007 (Rev. 2015). GSA intends to solicit to receive competitive design fixed-priced proposals from Contractors to�provide the design concept, construction documents, post construction-contract services, and�other costs necessary to complete the services listed in the upcoming Statement of Work. GSA�also intends to award a Construction Manager as Constructor (CMc) contract before the end of�the design concept phase. This CMc will work hand-in-hand with the A/E in order to assess�constructability of the design as well as provide input throughout the construction document�phase. The current HVAC systems are severely inefficient, outdated and require a high degree of�maintenance. Portions of these systems are antiquated and have exceeded their useful life.�Upgrading these systems will allow for improved tenant comfort, monitoring and control over�the buildings energy consumption and fire and life safety upgrades to meet code requirements�and increase the level of life safety in the building. The anticipated project includes the following: Relocate Outside Air (OA) Intakes to roof level Upgrade Air Handling Units (AHUs) and Distribution Building Automation System (BAS) Replacement Relocate Remote Radiator for Emergency Generator Rooftop Fall Protection Upgrades Smoke Control System Upgrades Heating System Upgrades Remove Rooftop Condensing Units Remove Abandoned Domestic Water Entrance (Replace VAVs, FCUs, Heating Terminal Units, Fire Sprinkler Piping, and�Distribution Piping & Duct Work. Replace existing Fire Alarm System The current estimated magnitude of construction is $15,000,000 to $20,000,000. The�estimated project duration is estimated at twenty-four (24) months for design and twenty-four�(24) months for construction. GSA is planning to begin construction by the mid-year of 2023. Capability Statements: Interested parties are invited to submit capability statements for market research purposes and�acquisition strategy planning. Please provide all submissions via email to Michele Valenza at�michele.valenza@gsa.gov. Capability statements are due on 7/17/2020 at 2:00 pm local time.� At a minimum, capability statements shall include: Name of your company, address, point of contact with phone number and email address, DUNS number. Does your company have a current SAM.gov registration? The North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) code for this requirement is�541330, Engineering Services. The Small Business Size Standard is $15M. In addition�to the size of your business, please indicate any other socioeconomic designations such�as 8(a), Small Disadvantaged Business, HUBZone Small Business, Service Disabled,�Veteran Owned Small Business, Small Women-Owned Business, etc. If the company is/will be part of a joint venture, state the names of joint venture�members and their business size(s). If a joint venture, list a maximum of three (3)�projects previously completed or currently working on as a team. Have you worked on a minimum of three (3) major HVAC upgrade projects in historical�facilities (similar in size and scope or larger) as the Engineer of Record in the past five�(5) years? Do you have relevant experience on developing a Design-Build SOW for the fire alarm�replacement projects? The Gignoux Courthouse is a fully occupied building and the Courthouse will remain�open throughout the project cycle. The goal is to have minimal impact on our tenant�agency during construction. Does your firm have design experience on projects with�similar constraints? Does your firm have experience on hazmat surveys and prepare construction bid�package based on the survey result? This notice does not constitute a solicitation, nor request for any proposal. This announcement�is intended for planning purposes only. The acquisition strategy for this proposed project has�not yet been completed. Response to this notice is strictly voluntary. The Government will not�reimburse any party for costs incurred for marketing efforts. DISCLOSURE NOTIFICATION AND PROCEDURES Please do not submit proprietary information. Any information provided may be incorporated�into the design of the project. Information submitted in response to this notice is subject to�disclosure under the Freedom of Information Act. Respondents are advised that the�Government is under no obligation to acknowledge or provide feedback with respect to any�information submitted under this notice.
Web Link
SAM.gov Permalink
Place of Performance
Address: Portland, ME 04101, USA
Zip Code: 04101
Country: USA
SN05707023-F 20200701/200629230200 (samdaily.us)
SAM.gov Link to This Notice
(may not be valid after Archive Date)

FSG Index  |  This Issue's Index  |  Today's SAM Daily Index Page |
ECGrid: EDI VAN Interconnect ECGridOS: EDI Web Services Interconnect API Government Data Publications CBDDisk Subscribers
 Privacy Policy  © 1994-2020, Loren Data Corp.