Wayne L. Morse US Courthouse - Roof Replacement
|Agency:||General Services Administration|
|Level of Government:||Federal|
|Posted Date:||Apr 14, 2019|
|Due Date:||Apr 26, 2019|
Apr 12, 20198:42 pm
Design Bid Build - Roof Replacement
The purpose of this Sources Sought notice is to determine availability and capability of qualified Small Businesses, Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Businesses, Woman Owned Small Businesses, or HUBZone small businesses.
Responses to this notice will be used for informational and planning purposes only and shall not be construed as a solicitation or as an obligation or commitment by the Government. This notice is intended strictly for market research.
This procurement will be advertised under North American Industrial Classification System (NAICS) code 238160 - Roofing Contractors. The small business size standard for NAICS code 238160 is $15.0M in average annual receipts over the past three (3) years.
The Wayne L. Morse US Courthouse is located at 405 E. 85th Ave, Eugene, Oregon. Please see attached Building Biography of the unique design specifications for the Wayne Morse Courthouse.
Project Summary Description: The existing building was built in 2006. The scope of this project is limited to removing and replacing all roofing systems as well as wall and parapet copings. The
intent is to keep all glazing, skylights, and cladding systems in place during construction.
Mechanical, electrical, and security equipment will be shut down and/or temporarily removed for
the sole purpose of installing the new roofing system. All equipment will be reinstalled per current conditions. GSA requests the following type roof for replacement at the WL Morse Courthouse. Additional information shall be provided during Pre-Solicitation and Solicitation phases.
Fully adhered, 90-mil, with factory integrated taped edge, ASTM D4637,
Type 1, non-reinforced, bare backed. Color: Black.
a. Sure-Seal Kleen EPDM, by Carlisle Syntec
b. RubberGard LSFR PT, by Firestone Building Products
c. Or approved equal.
Project Description & Approach
The General Services Administration (GSA) intends to award a firm fixed-price, Design-Build contract for the Wayne L. Morse US Courthouse Design Bid Build Roof Replacement pursuant to Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) Best Value Design-Build Selection Procedures (FAR Subpart 15.3).
The DB team will be selected through a best value / tradeoff selection process. During the development period from initial concept to final design the DB team will work in close consultation with GSA, the stakeholders and the CMa to ensure that all of the goals are addressed and that best value practices are utilized.
GSA will provide a 100% design package to the interested vendors accompanying the solicitation documents. Design package shall include Scope of Work, Specifications, Roof Plans and any additional technical documents.
GSA will be contracting separately for Construction Management Assistant (CMa) services. The CMa will be involved in the source selection process, post award design process and will provide construction oversight expertise, estimating, change order review, cost information, functionality and constructability reviews and ePM project data entry. There will be an informal partnering process throughout the post award design and construction phases to promote successful project development and execution including an enhanced project kick-off meeting. Roofing applications will be fully inspected and functionally tested to ensure compliance with contract documents prior to being accepted by GSA.
The facility location, coupled with the need for continuous operation during construction, present unique challenges for the design/build teams on the project. Facility will remain fully occupied and operational during the entire project. Life safety of the tenants will be protected at all times. No adverse impact on tenant mission will be acceptable.
Occupied Facility Construction
The replacement of the roof of the Wayne Morse US Courthouse must occur within an occupied, fully functional facility. These functions include court sessions and typical office work, but also include services for the general public and a courthouse. This presents several challenges that will have to be addressed by the design/build team.
? All work in public spaces will need to be completed during unoccupied periods.
? Setup, construction, and clean-up will need to occur on a daily basis.
Interested small business vendors in the categories listed above shall submit their capability statement electronically, limited to 10 double sided pages. The capability statement shall be in sufficient in detail to allow Government to determine the organization's related qualifications to perform the work. The statement shall include:
1) a) Company name.
b) CAGE code.
c) DUNS number.
d) Active SAM registration printout (www.sam.gov).
e) Size/number of employees.
2) A statement describing the company's interest in performing the work.
3) Organization chart to include construction team.
4) Capabilities and experience with federal projects in design and construction of complete fire alarm replacements in the $1.5 - $2.5M range. Submitted references should highlight recent and relevant design-build projects in fully occupied facilities within the past five (5) years.
5) Previous occupied facilities construction experience is essential.
6) Statement of capability to bond for a "single" project in the $1.5M - $2.5M range.
7) Contact information, Point of contact name, Phone number, E-mail address and web address (if available).
Companies providing above referenced material are requested to limit their submission to no more than 10 double-sided pages.
Responses should be emailed not later than the date specified in this sources sought notice as follows: firstname.lastname@example.org
Each response will be reviewed by the Contracting Officer for the purpose of determining whether there exists a reasonable expectation of obtaining a sufficient number of offers from qualified and responsible small business concerns. All information furnished to the Government in response to this notice will be used for review purposes only.
All interested parties are required to respond to this sources sought announcement via email not later than 1:00 p.m. Pacific Time, April 26, 2019.
Auburn, Washington 98001-6599
Eugene, Oregon 97401
|Jun 5, 2019||[Solicitation] Wayne L. Morse US Courthouse - Roof Replacement|
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