GUAM – The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is seeking to award a $12 million contract for the design and planning of education-related facilities worldwide, including in Guam, according to a presolicitation notice.

The indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity contract will last for five years and cover facilities in Guam, Korea, Japan, Europe and some in the continental United States, the Army said. The deadline for written responses to the contract, which is not yet funded and may be subject to change, is May 26.

Work will include “energy reduction studies and design, drafting, planning, military construction programming, construction cost estimating, topographic or boundary surveys, on site construction management and environmental studies, testing and reports,” among other areas, according to solicitation number W91236-11-R-0022.

The presolicitation notice said the award winner must have “significant experience in the design of facilities and infrastructure at military installations, paying particular attention to area architecture and conditions, utility systems, landscaping, interior design, value engineering, environmental issues and energy conservation strategies and sustainability focus.”

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