Y- FTFA043000 FY17 ADVANCED MUNITIONS TECHNOLOGY COMPLEX
Type of document: Contract Notice
Country: United States
Y- FTFA043000 FY17 ADVANCED MUNITIONS TECHNOLOGY COMPLEX
Department of the Army
P. O. Box 2288
109 Saint Joseph Street (zip 36602) Mobile AL 36628-0001
Kyle M. Rodgers, Phone 2516903356, Email firstname.lastname@example.org
1. Notice of Pre-Advertisement Meeting: Firms/business entities interested in Project Number FTFA043000 FY17 ADVANCED MUNITIONS TECHNOLOGY COMPLEX, EGLIN AIR FORCE BASE, FL, are invited to participate in a- Pre-Advertisement informational meeting at the University of Florida (UF) Research & Engineering Education Facility (REEF), 1350 N. Poquito Road, Shalimar, FL to be held Wednesday March 29, 2017 commencing at 9:00 a.m.
2. The Government is interested in building awareness of the upcoming solicitation for construction of the Advanced Munitions Technology Complex (AMTC) at Eglin Air Force Base (AFB), FL. This project requires the construction of eight primary facilities for development of nano energetic/explosive technologies and the development, integration, rapid prototyping, and fielding of advance munitions. The buildings incorporate reinforced concrete construction and concrete masonry units (CMU) with a combination of CMU split face veneer, metal panel system, pre-cast panels, and translucent fiberglass panel system in clerestory applications for the exterior of the facility; superflat floors; flat roof systems consisting of white PVC membrane over tapered insulation and a concrete deck; and earth berm (with shotcrete top slab) covered operational and storage bunkers. The design incorporates explosives safety, anti-terrorism force protection (AT/FP) physical security, and life safety requirements, as well acoustic and vibration mitigation techniques. Mitigation of explosive effects, including blast, thermal and fragment hazards, is provided with hardened reinforced concrete framing and steel fragment shields. Blast doors include single-swing to sliding doors, for intentional detonation or accidental detonation, to meet blast loading, response criteria, minimum fragment shield thickness, and seal requirements.
LEED Silver certification is required for the AMTC campus with the objective to reduce total ownership cost through long-term energy performance, conservation of potable water and resources, reduced maintenance and operating costs, and a healthy and productive work environment. Project site work includes clearing, cut/fill, grading, security fence, storm water drainage, utilities, and pavements. Mechanical systems include individual chiller plants, condensing type, gas-fired boilers, single duct variable air volume air handling units, with direct digital control (DDC) system. Plumbing systems include domestic hot and cold water, natural gas, sanitary sewer, industrial waste, storm, compressed air, purge gas generator system, ODCA (oxygen depleted compressed air) gas generator system, vacuum systems, as well as process cooling water chillers, split DX systems, and low pressure steam for process heating and humidification. Electrical systems include power, lighting, communication/Data, audio visual, intrusion detection system, access control system, and lightning protection. Fire protection systems include new fire water distribution system (with central fire pump house), fire alarm with mass notification (including strobes, beacons, horns, and audible notification) and fire sprinkler system (wet sprinkler and ultra-high-speed deluge systems). “
Construction duration is estimated to be approximately eight hundred eighty (880) calendar days. Contractors shall have capability of performing construction similar to this project, prepare detailed project schedules, and conduct intensive coordination with government to execute construction in the vicinity of explosives maintaining distance from explosives quantity-distance arcs.
3. Small Businesses, Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Businesses, 8(a), WOSB, EDWOSB and Hubzone small businesses will have the opportunity to reach out to prospective prime contractor proposers for teaming/subcontracting opportunities.
The approximate cost range of this work is $25,000,000 to $100,000,000.
The NAICS code related to this work is 236220.
There is no charge to participate.
TO BE ELIGIBLE TO ATTEND THE PRE-ADVERTISEMENT MEETING, FIRMS/BUSINESS ENTITIES ARE REQUIRED TO REGISTER TO ATTEND BY REGISTRATION ON ;utm_term=eventurl_text
Contracting Office Address:
109 Saint Joseph Street
United States 36602
Place of Performance:
1350 N. Poquito Road
Primary Points of Contact:
Antonia S. Ortiz, PE, PMP
Linda L. Spadaro,
Deputy, Small Business Programs