GUAM – The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration is seeking small business contractors as part of $31 million in renovations to air traffic control centers and other facilities in Guam and elsewhere.
Contractors “will compete for renovation services to provide all necessary labor, materials, equipment, services, and facilities for Design/Build requirements necessary,” according to the FAA. Work may cover “new and existing FAA facilities, strategic facilities planning, cost estimating, construction support, hazardous materials abatement, and related services.”
The deadline for responses to the sources sought notice, solicitation number 10685, is May 24, according to the FAA. Successful bidders will be awarded a Basic Purchasing Agreement and then compete for task orders totaling about $31 million in work.
The work is part of the FAA’s Capital Investment Plan which seeks to “complete existing modernization projects by 2022 and to maintain existing structures at a functionally-acceptable condition level,” according to the Statement of Work.
“Current major projects include renovations which focus on maintenance backlog reductions, mitigation of risks to operations which are facility-based, abatement and rehabilitation of administrative offices and training/classroom facilities, and critical infrastructure backlog projects which include roofing, plumbing, electrical distribution HVAC systems, and life safety issues,” the FAA said.
“The FAA will evaluate firms using a one phase approach which will include Capability Statement/Technical Write Ups and Oral Presentations,” it said. Bidders should demonstrate experience with facilities that operate 24 hours a day, such as hospitals and data centers, along with “adequate” staff size.
For more information on the notice and the Statement of Work, click here.
Correction: An earlier version of this story was corrected. The places of performance for this procurement do not include San Juan, Puerto Rico.