Type of document: Contract Notice
Country: United States
Y–DESIGN BID BUILD (DBB) P-293, PAINT, BLAST, AND RUBBER CONSOLIDATION FACILITY, PORTSMOUTH NAVAL SHIPYARD (PNSY), KITTERY MAINE
Department of the Navy
N40085 NAVFAC Mid-Atlantic Naval Facilities Engineering Command, Mid-Atlantic Code AQ, 9742 Maryland Avenue Norfolk, VA
Kate Dinneen, 757-341-1979
Crystal Godwin, 757-341-1986
SOURCES SOUGHT NOTICE FOR
DESIGN BID BUILD (DBB) P-293, PAINT, BLAST, AND RUBBER CONSOLIDATION FACILITY, PORTSMOUTH NAVAL SHIPYARD (PNSY), KITTERY MAINE
Notice Type: Sources Sought
Solicitation No: N40085-18-R-8716
Date: 22 March 2018
Response Date: 29 March 2018 15:00 EDT
Classification Code: Y-Construction of Structures and Facilities
NAICS Code: 236210 Industrial Building Construction
Small Business Size Standard: $36.5m
Magnitude of Construction: $25,000,000 to $100,000,000
THIS IS A SOURCES SOUGHT NOTICE ONLY. THIS IS NOT A REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS. THERE WILL NOT BE A SOLICITATION, SPECIFICATIONS, OR DRAWINGS AVAILABLE AT THIS TIME.
The Naval Facilities Engineering Command, Mid-Atlantic is seeking eligible small business firms capable of performing construction services for Paint, Blast, and Rubber Consolidation Facility, Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, Kittery, Maine.
This project consolidates paint, blast, rubber manufacturing, and plastic molding operations into one location within the controlled industrial area (CIA) by constructing a new facility, converting existing buildings, and demolishing excess footprint. The new facility will be low-rise and consist of high- and low-bay industrial shop areas, as well as offices, break rooms, locker rooms, training and support spaces. Buildings #55, #60 and #74 will be renovated and converted to support industrial, maintenance and their administrative functions. Project relocates and consolidates Shop #06, into Building #60. The new facility will support installation of new blast and paint booths requiring ventilation systems, dust collectors, and full floor grit recovery systems.
New production areas will also support consolidation of rubber production and molding operations, fiberglass repairs, adequate cleaning/prep areas and environmentally controlled storage for curing preserved products. The high bay area and shaft refurbishment booth will be equipped with bridge cranes. The very large parts work area will have convenient access for portal crane from the waterfront and trucks for component delivery.
This project will provide Anti-Terrorism/Force Protection (AT/FP) features and comply with AT/FP regulations and physical security mitigation in accordance with DoD Minimum Anti- Terrorism Standards for Buildings. Built-in equipment to include two 20-ton overhead bridge cranes, one 65-ton overhead bridge crane, one freight elevator (transport of hazardous industrial process materials) to service the rubber compounding area located in an industrial process area and one passenger elevator in the common area servicing conveyance to the second floor.
Also includes construction phasing/sequencing to include multiple moves and also includes utility services and paint booths for temporary relocations of paint and blast operations during construction to maintain operational capability/readiness.
Site preparations include site clearing, removal of existing slabs and paving, rock excavation, utilities removals, earthwork, grading and railroad track demolition. Mechanical utilities include relocation of major utilities within the proposed building location, including, but not limited to, electrical, steam, air, water, fire protection waterline, sanitary sewer, storm drain piping and condensate. Specific mitigation measures will be developed in consultation with the Maine State Historic Preservation Office.
Archaeological monitoring will be required for all ground disturbing activities in areas of archaeological sensitivity. Mitigation includes the removal and disposal of contaminated soils and the hazardous materials mitigation as required during the demolition periods of the project.
Demolition includes the following facilities: Building #285 (1,463 m2), Building #362 (223 m2), Building #400 (943 m2), Building #151 (693 m2), Building #149 (1,883 m2), Buildings #284 (379 m2) and Building #289 (334 m2). Additionally, portions of Building #60 (328 m2) and Building #74 (471 m2) will be demolished. All demolished building sites will be restored accordingly.
All service-disabled veteran-owned small businesses (SDVOSB), veteran-owned small businesses (VOSB), certified HUB-Zone, certified 8(a), and women-owned small businesses (WOSB), and small businesses are encouraged to respond.
Upon review of industry response to this Sources Sought Notice, the Government will determine whether a set-aside acquisition in lieu of full and open competition is in the Government���s best interest. The contract(s) will include FAR clause 52.219-14 Limitations on Subcontracting, which states that ���The concern will perform at least 15 percent of the cost of the contract, not including the cost of materials, with its own employees.��� This office anticipates award of a contract for these services in December 2018.
It is requested that interested small businesses submit to the Contracting Officer a capabilities package, to include the Sources Sought Contractor Information Form, Sources Sought Project Information Form and Sources Sought Project Matrix, provided as attachments to this notice.
The Sources Sought Project Information Form and Sources Sought Project Matrix shall be used to document a minimum of two (2) up to a maximum of five (5) relevant construction projects for the offeror that best demonstrates experience on projects that are similar in size, scope and complexity to the RFP.
Projects submitted for the offeror shall be completed within the past ten (10) years from the date of issuance of this RFP. For the purposes of this evaluation, a relevant project is further defined as:
Size: A final construction cost of $20 million dollars or greater.
Scope: New construction or renovation of an industrial production, manufacturing or repair facility.
Complexity: Each submitted project does not require demonstrated experience with all of the following components, but collectively, experience with all of the elements below must be established throughout the submitted relevant projects.
(a) Complex phased and/or sequenced construction that required the offeror to provide a temporary facility (or facilities) during construction, along with the coordination and movement of personnel and equipment.
(b) Large, industrial HVAC systems capable of maintaining prescribed temperature and humidity requirements with a total operating capacity of 30,000CFM or greater.
(c) Modification or construction of site utility distribution systems; specifically, utility outages, traffic coordination, and/or temporary utilities that involved relevant utility systems, such as: steam and condensate, low-voltage electrical, compressed air, and/or fresh water.
Ensure that the project description clearly identifies whether the project is new construction or repair/renovation, addresses how the project meets the scope and complexity requirements as delineated above, and provides the final construction cost.
Please note that if you are responding as an 8(a) Mentor-Prot��g��, you must indicate the percentage of work to be performed by the prot��g��. A copy of the SBA letter stating that your 8(a) Mentor-Prot��g�� agreement has been approved would be required with your proposal, if requested.
THIS NOTICE IS NOT A REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL. It is a market research tool being used to determine the availability and adequacy of potential small business sources prior to determining the method of acquisition and issuance of an award.
Upon review of industry response to this sources sought notice, the Government will determine whether set-aside procurement in lieu of full and open competition is in the Government���s best interest. Large business submittals will not be considered. The Government is not obligated to and will not pay for any information received from potential sources as a result of this synopsis.
The information provided in this notice is subject to change and in no way binds the Government to solicit for or award a contract. The Government will not provide debriefs on the results of this research, but feedback regarding the decision to set aside or not set aside the procurement will be accomplished via pre-solicitation synopsis or solicitation for these services, as applicable.
All information submitted will be held in a confidential manner and will only be used for the purpose intended. Points of contact listed may be contacted for the purpose of verifying performance.
The package shall be submitted electronically to Kate Dinneen via email at Katherine.firstname.lastname@example.org and MUST be limited to a 5Mb attachment. You are encouraged to request a read receipt or acknowledgement via reply email.
RESPONSES ARE DUE NO LATER THAN Thursday, 29 March 2018 at 15:00 EDT. LATE RESPONSES WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.