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USAF ENGINEERING INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIR (EIR) MATOC - EIR Market Survey for EIR MATOC

General Information

Document Type:SRCSGT
Posted Date:Nov 07, 2017
Category: Construction, Mining, Excavating and Highway Maintenance Equipment
Set Aside:N/A

Contracting Office Address

Department of the Army, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, USACE District, Little Rock, Attn: CESWL-CT, PO Box 867, Little Rock, Arkansas, 72203-0867, United States

Description

AIR FORCE MEDICAL SERVICE (AFMS) MATOC FOR MEDICAL HEALTHCARE FACILITIES SOURCES SOUGHT ANNOUNCEMENT for AIR FORCE MEDICAL SERVICE (AFMS) MATOC FOR MEDICAL HEALTHCARE FACILITIES USAF ENGINEERING INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIR (EIR) MATOC Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) W9127S-18-R-6000 THIS IS A SOURCES SOUGHT ANNOUNCEMENT, A MARKET SURVEY FOR INFORMATION ONLY, TO BE USED FOR PRELIMINARY PLANNING PURPOSES. THIS IS NOT A REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS AND NO CONTRACT WILL BE AWARDED FROM THIS ANNOUNCEMENT. NO REIMBURSEMENT WILL BE MADE FOR ANY COSTS ASSOCIATED WITH PROVIDING INFORMATION IN RESPONSE TO THIS SYNOPSIS OR ANY FOLLOW-UP INFORMATION REQUESTS. Respondents will not be individually notified of the results but should review FBO.gov for a resulting solicitation. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers - Little Rock, AR district has been tasked to solicit for and award an Engineering Infrastructure Repair (EIR) MATOC for the Air Force Medical Service (AFMS). Proposed project will be a competitive, firm-fixed price, design/build, indefinite, delivery-indefinite quantity contract procured in accordance with FAR 15, Negotiated Procurement using "Best Value" trade-off process. The type of set-aside decision(s) to be issued will depend upon the capabilities of the responses to this synopsis. The purpose of this synopsis is to gain knowledge of interest, capabilities and qualifications of various members of industry, to include the Small Business Community: Small Business, 8(a), Historically Underutilized Business Zones (HUB-Zone), Women Owned Small Business (WOSB) and Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB). The Government must ensure there is adequate competition among the potential pool of responsible contractors. Small business, 8(a), HUBZone, SDVOSB, and WOSB businesses are highly encouraged to participate. The Government is seeking qualified, experienced sources capable of performing the following. SUMMARY OF REQUIREMENTS - The project consists of Design/Build Construction, Renovation and Repair for the Air Force Medical Service (AFMS) Sustainment, Restoration, and Modernization (SRM) program which includes the sustainment and renewal of hospitals, clinics, medical administration buildings, ambulatory health facilities, medical warehouses, medical labs, biological engineering labs, dental clinics, veterinary clinics, wellness centers and any other buildings connected to or associated with operations of the U.S. AFMS. A means to manage this program is via Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) Multiple Award Task Order Contracts (MATOC). The Health Facilities Division of AFMS provides sustainment, repair and modernization support to facility physical plant and infrastructure systems that are installed in Air Force medical treatment facilities worldwide. All work in this area is classified as Engineering Infrastructure Repair (EIR). The physical plant is best defined as any and all major building system(s) that provide a safe, comfortable interior environment conducive to healing. Typically, there are three predominant infrastructure systems which comprise the facility physical plant; the Building Envelope, the Mechanical Infrastructure, and the Electrical Infrastructure. In order to ensure the United States military men and women, and their families, receive healthcare in properly-maintained buildings that meet all Healthcare requirements, and Federal, State and Local laws, the AFMS requires experienced contractors that are dedicated and able to fulfill fast-tracked timelines. Timely, swift completion of upgrades and renovations is paramount to maintain quality, safe, infection-free facilities. Specific work may include restoration and/or modernization of HVAC, medical gas, plumbing, electrical, elevators, building envelope, fire protection, interior renovation, terrorism/force protection, and exterior site and systems work such as utilities infrastructure, roadways, sidewalks, parking lots, landscaping, irrigation, etc. These facilities must meet facility specific healthcare credentialing such as The Joint Commission Accreditation for Healthcare Organizations. The majority of work will be conducted in an active healthcare facility. Building Envelope, Architectural and Structural Infrastructure Systems - various roofing systems (to include metal), exterior walls and surfaces (masonry, wood, EFIS (Exterior Insulation Finishing System), metal, etc.), building trim, gutters and soffit, windows, glazing, skylights, doors and storefronts, interior and exterior rated doors (to include fixtures and frames), building foundation, crawl space sub-structures/earth retaining walls, stairs, stoops, handrails, ramps, pathways and walkways, vapor barriers, surface sealing and waterproofing systems, roof mounted photovoltaic solar panels, anti-terrorism force protection features and other exterior building components. Mechanical Infrastructure Systems include all aspects of: (a) Heating Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration - chilled water production systems (electric, absorption and mechanical), Direct Expansion (DX) refrigeration systems, steam and hot water production (boilers, geothermal, solar), heat exchangers, plate and frame free coolers, condenser cooling towers, tempered water distribution systems (pumps, valves, air bleed systems, water treatment systems), air distribution and exhaust systems (air handlers, fans, filters, louvers, variable air volume boxes, mixing boxes, desiccant wheels, energy wheels, etc.), chilled and hot water distribution systems (coils, piping, insulation, bleeding), building automation and space environmental (temperature, humidity, air purity and pressurization) controls (Direct Digital Control - DDC control systems, field control devices, actuators, sensing devices, programmable logic controls and software systems); (b) Plumbing Systems - pressured and non-pressured water systems (potable, non-potable, waste and process) which include water sterilization, potable hot water distribution and recirculation, cooled drinking water delivery systems, dire suppression distribution and sprinkler systems, gray water collection and distribution systems, sanitary waste systems, roof drains, collection tanks, sewage ejectors, fixtures, valves, pumps, controllers, strainers and other plumbing ancillaries; (c) Medical Gas and Vacuum Systems - production, distribution, control and waste elimination of volatile/non-volatile, medical gases, medical pressurized air for instruments, medical air vacuum systems, medical bio-hazardous and infectious air control, ventilation and exhaust systems, distributed breathing air systems to include the piping, valves, pumps, motors, compressors, filtration systems and other ancillaries required to complete the system. Electrical Infrastructure Systems include power generation systems, interior and exterior electrical distribution systems, lighting systems (to include control), fire detection and alarm systems, energy metering and control systems, main power protective grounding systems, emergency and exit lighting systems, lightening protection systems, uninterruptable power supplies and battery systems, power transformers, conduits, raceways and bus- ducts, special healthcare specific electrical systems. The contract period of performance is for a five year base IDIQ MATOC. The total contract capacity will not exceed $240 Million. The average size task order for FY2017 was $11.3 Million. The estimated minimum size of a task order is $100,000. The estimated maximum size of a task order is $25 Million. Firms must have ability to perform up to five (5) task orders simultaneously. The North American Industry Classification System code for this procurement is NAICS 236220 Construction of Buildings - - Commercial and Institutional Building Construction, which has a small business size standard of $36.5 Million. Small Businesses and 8(a) participants are reminded under FAR 52.219-14(c)(4), Limitations on Subcontracting, that they must perform at least 15% of the cost of the contract, not including the cost of materials, with their own employees for general construction-type procurement. Should the acquisition be set-aside for the 8(a) program, 8(a) firms are reminded they need to have a bona fide office in the geographical area of consideration where the work is to be performed as determined by SBA. Prior Government contract work is not required for submitting a response under this sources sought synopsis. Anticipated solicitation issuance date is on or about 19 Apr 2018, and the estimated proposal due date will be on or about 21 May 2018. The official synopsis citing the solicitation number will be issued on Federal Business Opportunities www.fbo.gov. SURVEY (to be returned) Firms response to this Synopsis shall be limited to 5 pages and shall include the following information. All interested firms must be registered in SAM (www.sam.gov) to be eligible for award of Government contracts. Instructions: Submit your responses via email to CESWL-Eir-Matoc@usace.army.mil, nicole.anderson.1@usace.army.mil, and a.j.brown@usace.army.mil not later than 4 Dec 2017 at 2:00 PM Central time. The subject line should read EIR Market Survey. Date: 1. Company Information: ______________________________________________________________________ Company Name: _______________________________________________________ Company CAGE code and DUNS: __________________________________________ Address: ____________________________________________________________ City/State/Zip: _______________________________________________________ Point of Contact Name & Title: ___________________________________________ Phone Number: _______________________________________________________ Email Address: _______________________________________________________ 2. Size of Company Large: Small: Small Business Category: ___________________________________ 8(a), HUB Zone, Service Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business, Woman-Owned Small Business 3. Firms Joint Ventures (existing), including Mentor Protégés and teaming arrangement information is acceptable. 4. Firms Bonding Capability (construction bonding level per contract and aggregate construction bonding level, both expressed in dollars) via letter from bonding company. Provide your bonding level expressed in dollars: __________________________________________ Construction Bonding Level (per contract)____________________________ Construction Bonding Level (aggregate) ______________________________ 5. With regard to the definition of DESIGN/BUILD CONSTRUCTION RENOVATION AND REPAIR above, respond to the following: • As the PRIME contractor, provide at least 3 of projects you have performed in the past five years in the regions we have defined below. • Describe the Firms capability to perform a contract of this magnitude and complexity (include firms capability to execute construction contracts with a similar scope, comparable work performed within the past 5 years. Give a brief description of the project, customer name, timeliness of performance, customer satisfaction, and dollar value of the project) - provide at least 3 examples. a) West states of AZ, CA, AK, HI, ID, WY, NV, UT, MT, CO, NM, OR, and WA. Number of projects: Contract/task order value: <$500 K: _________________________ $500 K - $1 M: ____________________ $1 M - $5 M: _______________________ $5 M - $10 M: ______________________ >$10 M: __________________________ b) Central States of ND, SD, NE, KS, OK, TX, LA, AR, MO, IO, MN, WI, MI, ID, OH, KY, TN, MS, and AL. Number of projects: _________________ Contract/task order value: <$500 K: _________________________ $500 K - $1 M: ____________________ $1 M - $5 M: _______________________ $5 M - $10 M: ______________________ >$10 M: __________________________ c) East states of MD, DC, NH, MA, DE, CT, FL, VA, NJ, WV, FL, GA, SC and NC. Number of projects: Contract/task order value: <$500 K: _________________________ $500 K - $1 M: ____________________ $1 M - $5 M: _______________________ $5 M - $10 M: ______________________ >$10 M: __________________________ d) US Territories: ___________________ Number of projects: ________________ Contract/task order value: <$500 K: _________________________ $500 K - $1 M: ____________________ $1 M - $5 M: _______________________ $5 M - $10 M: ______________________ >$10 M: __________________________ 6. With regard to definition of Engineering Infrastructure Repair (Electrical Infrastructure Systems; Mechanical Infrastructure Systems; Building Envelope, Architectural and Structural Infrastructure Systems) as explained in the synopsis, respond to the following: a. Provide the number of projects you have performed in the past five years categorized as an Electrical Infrastructure Systems Prime Contractor according to contract/task order value. <$500 K: _________________________ $500 K - $1 M: ____________________ $1 M - $5 M: ______________________ $5 M - $10 M: ____________________ >$10 M: __________________________ b. Provide the number of projects you have performed in the past five years categorized as a Mechanical Infrastructure Systems Prime Contractor according to contract/task order value. <$500 K: _________________________ $500 K - $1 M: ____________________ $1 M - $5 M: ______________________ $5 M - $10 M: ____________________ >$10 M: __________________________ c. Provide the number of projects you have performed in the past five years categorized as a Building Envelope, Architectural and Structural Infrastructure Systems Prime Contractor according to contract/task order value. <$500 K: _________________________ $500 K - $1 M: ____________________ $1 M - $5 M: ______________________ $5 M - $10 M: ____________________ >$10 M: __________________________ d. Provide the number of projects you have performed in the past five years categorized as an Electrical Infrastructure Systems Sub-Contractor according to contract/task order value. <$500 K: _________________________ $500 K - $1 M: ____________________ $1 M - $5 M: ______________________ $5 M - $10 M: ____________________ >$10 M: __________________________ e. Provide the number of projects you have performed in the past five years categorized as a Mechanical Infrastructure Systems Sub-Contractor according to contract/task order value. <$500 K: _________________________ $500 K - $1 M: ____________________ $1 M - $5 M: ______________________ $5 M - $10 M: ____________________ >$10 M: __________________________ f. Provide the number of projects you have performed in the past five years categorized as a Building Envelope, Architectural and Structural Infrastructure Systems Sub-Contractor according to contract/task order value. <$500 K: _________________________ $500 K - $1 M: ____________________ $1 M - $5 M: ______________________ $5 M - $10 M: ____________________ >$10 M: __________________________ 7. Identify the number of projects that you have managed simultaneously over multiple regions. Place an x in the appropriate line. 0 projects: ________ 2 projects: ________ 3 projects: ________ 4 projects: ________ 5 projects: ________ Over 5 projects: ________ 8. List the NAICS codes that apply to your firm: __________, _________, _________, __________, etc. NOTE: The program is expected to be approximately $240 Million over five (5) years. If the program is divided into regions, the regions would not be divided equally based on the requirements per year, which would be subject to change each year. In a nationwide contract, the competing MATOC contractors would have an equal opportunity to compete for all EIR requirements. 9. For which concept (Regional MATOC based on Item 5a and 5b above or a National MATOC) would your firm be most competitive? Regional MATOC ______________ National MATOC _____________ For Questions above, use additional space, as necessary, for your answers. 10. Are there advantages for your firm to participate in Regional MATOC contracts? a. ________________________________________________________________ b. ________________________________________________________________ c. ________________________________________________________________ 11. Are there disadvantages for your firm to participate in Regional MATOC contracts? a. _______________________________________________________________ b. _______________________________________________________________ c. _______________________________________________________________ 12. Are there advantages for your firm to participate in National MATOC contracts? a. _______________________________________________________________ b. _______________________________________________________________ c. _______________________________________________________________ 13. Are there disadvantages for your firm to participate in National MATOC contracts? a. _________________________________________________________________ b. _________________________________________________________________ c. _________________________________________________________________ -END-

Original Point of Contact

POC Nicole Anderson, Phone: 5013401261, EIR MATOC Email,

Place of Performance

Address:
MEDICAL HEALTHCARE FACILITIES, United States
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