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SRNS Decommission and Demolish Warehouse Building

General Information

Document Type:SRCSGT
Posted Date:Aug 31, 2017
Category: Construction, Mining, Excavating and Highway Maintenance Equipment
Set Aside:N/A

Contracting Office Address

Department of Energy, Savannah River Nuclear Solutions, LLC, Savannah River Nuclear Solutions, LLC, Savannah River Site, Bldg 730-2B, Aiken, South Carolina, 29808, United States

Description

This RFI is for an immediately available, construction support to decommission and demolish a warehouse building containing asbestos insulation. This project involves decommissioning of a shutdown and deactivated existing warehouse building originally constructed in the late 1950s. The decommissioning activities shall meet the requirements of Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) standard 29 CFR 1926, Subpart T 850(a). The building is located in the center of the Savannah River Site (SRS). The building formerly housed construction offices, shop, and storage in support of construction activities. The building has a gross square footage of 11,700 ft2 and there are also two wood framed, metal covered equipment sheds attached to the exterior walls of the building. The facility has no associated ancillary structures. The building is a steel framed structure with metal siding and roof, constructed on a concrete slab. Interior walls of the building are framed with wood studs and the ceiling is framed with wood joists supported from steel trusses. The building has steel framed exterior windows and exterior steel doors. Interior floors consist of various floor coverings (i.e., tile, linoleum, paint, a floor coating system, and carpet tiles). The building has dry wall, wood veneer paneling, plywood, Masonite, and fabricated metal panel walls. There are also transite walls in the former shop lunch and shop cleaning area. The Building has gypsum dry wall walls and ceiling above the drop ceiling in most areas. The south end of the building is insulated on the walls and ceiling with roll type fiber glass with a white vinyl backing. The duct work inside the building is metal with some areas insulated with foil backed fiberglass and cork under canvas and black mastic. The building was shutdown and deactivated in 2010. Shutdown and deactivation included shutdown and isolation of the all systems. All utilities are isolated at the facility footprint boundary. Deactivation included removal of all waste materials. There are no radiological concerns in the building, however abandoned mercury lamps and PCB ballast, old paint layers potentially containing PCB, Lead, zinc and cadmium, Lead solder in the piping and electrical areas, asbestos insulation and transite walls, and asbestos in tiles and mastic on some floors are potentially present in the building. The proposed decommissioning end-state for this facility is to demolish down to the buildings concrete slab. Decommission of the building include demolition of the entire building, removal of steam line and wooden pole supports, electrical line wooden poles, grouting of all holes, manholes, pit, breaching of concrete curbs, and plugging of sanitary sewer. The demolished materials will be hauled and disposed of into an offsite landfill located out site the site boundary. Comments (about items in general and any innovative approaches to consider) A suppliers response to the RFI does not guarantee they will be selected to participate in the RFP. Suppliers responding to this RFI should submit a response ASAP to: Marie Coleman marie.coleman@srs.gov Place of Contract Performance: Savannah River Nuclear Solutions Aiken, South Carolina 29808 United States

Original Point of Contact

POC Marie Coleman, Phone: 803-952-6522

Place of Performance

Address:
Savannah River Nuclear Solutions, Aiken, South Carolina, 29808, United States
29808,
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