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BARKLEY LOCK EMERGENCY GATE REHAB

Agency: Department of the Army
Level of Government: Federal
Category:
  • Z - Maintenance, Repair or Alteration of Real Property
Opps ID: NBD00159153864297585
Posted Date: Jun 11, 2019
Due Date: Jul 10, 2019
Solicitation No: W912P519B0006
Source: https://www.fbo.gov/index.php?...
Opportunity History
Solicitation Number :
W912P519B0006
Notice Type :
Solicitation
Synopsis :
Added: Jan 17, 2019 3:39 pm
REQUEST FOR INFORMATION

The Government is issuing this Request for Information to determine a competitive basis. This is not a solicitation. No reimbursement will be made for any costs associated with providing information in response to this survey.


This survey is for market research purposes only. Only contractors capable of performing this type of work should respond to this Request for Information.


Requirement


The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), Nashville District, anticipates a requirement for a firm fixed-price construction contract for the rehabilitation of the existing emergency gate at Barkley Lock, Grand Rivers, KY. The estimated magnitude of this project is between $1,000,000 and $5,000,000.


Summary of work for the Barkley Emergency Gate Rehab Project*:


1. This work involves the rehabilitation of the existing emergency gate at Barkley Lock. The gate will be staged on government property prior to solicitation, and all work will be required to be performed at this location. The gate is comprised of two main structural components. One component is a welded box truss that is approximately 110' long, 15 wide, and 15' tall. The other component is a vertically reinforced skin plate attached to the downstream side of the truss structure. The skin plate is approximately 110' long and 35' tall. The emergency gate rehabilitation will consist of the following:


(a) Erection of a temporary containment structure around the gate


(b) Structural Items:
o Removal of the existing cathodic protection system
o Removal of the existing grating panels
o Removal of the existing coating system (coating contains lead and abatement is required)
o Ultrasonic testing of all existing welds
o Repair of all welds that do not meet acceptance criteria
o Replacement of any structural members identified by the government after the existing coating has been removed
o Perform white metal blasting and coat the structure with the 5-E-Z Vinyl System
o Provide and install new galvanized grating


(c) Mechanical Items:
o Fabricate and replace upstream emergency gate greased truss roller bushings (DWG Q9-30/5.3) with underwater greaseless bushings (Contract drawing to be provided once removed and dissembled)
o Fabricate and replace upstream emergency gate greased sill roller bushings (DWG Q9-30/6.3) with underwater greaseless bushings (Contract drawing to be provided once removed and dissembled)
o Disassemble and inspect wire rope IAW OSHA 1910.179 (m)



 OPTION: Replace wire if conditions exceed OSHA 1910.179 (m)
 REPLACE wire rope clamps and pins where corroded.
o Disassemble and inspect hoist idler sheave assembly DWG Q9-31/7.3 to include sheave shaft (MK31/7-2) and bushing (MK 31/7-4) IAW with ASME B4.1.
 OPTION: Replace/machine sheave shaft (MK31/7-2) and bushing (MK 31/7-4) if found out of tolerance IAW ASME B4.1.
o MECHANICAL HYDRAULIC OPTION
 Remove Emergency gate hydraulic dogging system DWG (Q9-31/8.3).
 Purchase and install replacement hydraulic system IAW EN ISO 4413 to include but not limited to:
• Replace 2x hydraulic cylinders
• New HPU/reservoir type configuration with condensate heater and ISO filter requirements
• Replace all 2" plumbing
• Replace all valve with new ISO compliant valves.
• Replace cylinder rod position indicator switches.
• Replace cylinder rod sleeves and water seals
• Replace embedded hydraulic pipe sleeves through walls with Link-Seal*


(d) Deconstruct the temporary containment structure around the gate.


The contractor will be required to provide all plant, labor and materials to construct these features.


*Please note that this description is subject to change.
The anticipated NAICS code is 237990, Other Heavy and Civil Engineering Construction, with a small business size standard of $36.5 million.
Survey
The Government is issuing this notice to determine a competitive basis. This is not a solicitation and the items listed herein are subject to change or eliminated from the requirement. This survey is for market research purposes only. Only contractors capable of performing this type of work should respond to this Request for Information.


Your response to this survey is requested by 3:00 PM Central Time, February 1, 2019. Please send by email to fannie.m.robertson@usace.army.mil.


1) Name of your firm:


2) CAGE:


3) Point of Contact, Phone number and EMAIL address:


4) Please provide responses to the following:


1) List one (1) project completed within five (5) years of the date of the solicitation that demonstrates experience, as a prime contractor or subcontractor, erecting and maintaining a temporary facility with a footprint of at least 500 square feet, used for the purpose of particulate containment and controlling environmental conditions (e.g., ambient temperatures and humidity) during media blasting and painting operations of a steel structure.


Project Name:


Contract Number (if applicable):


Year Completed:


Prime Contractor or Sub-Contractor:


Type and percentage of work self-performed (based on contract value):


Dollar Amount:


General Description of project:



2) List one (1) project completed within five (5) years of the date of the solicitation that demonstrates experience, as a prime contractor or subcontractor, performing containment and lead abatement during media blasting operations or managing a subcontractor who performed containment and lead abatement during media blasting operations.


Project Name:


Contract Number (if applicable):


Year Completed:


Prime Contractor or Sub-Contractor:


Type and percentage of work self-performed (based on contract value):


Dollar Amount:


General Description of project:



3) List one (1) project completed within five (5) years of the date of the solicitation that demonstrates experience, as a prime contractor or subcontractor, applying the specified vinyl coating system (5-E-Z) to a steel structure of at least 1,000 square feet in surface area.


Project Name:


Contract Number (if applicable):


Year Completed:


Prime Contractor or Sub-Contractor:


Type and percentage of work self-performed (based on contract value):


Dollar Amount:


General Description of project:



4) List one (1) project completed within five (5) years of the date of the solicitation that demonstrates experience, as a prime contractor or subcontractor, performing structural welding in accordance with AWS D1.5 or managing a subcontractor who performed structural welding in accordance with AWS D1.5) for repairs, retrofits, new fabrication, or additions to steel structures.


Project Name:


Contract Number (if applicable):


Year Completed:


Prime Contractor or Sub-Contractor:


Type and percentage of work self-performed (based on contract value):


Dollar Amount:


General Description of project:



5) Are you a Small Business classified under the above NAICS code? If so, do you fall into a sub-category (e.g. HubZone, 8(a), SDVOSB, WOSB, etc.)?


6) For this requirement, what percentage of this work would you subcontract (reference FAR 52.219-14, Limitations on Subcontracting?


7) Do you plan to subcontract to only small businesses?


8) If the answer to question 7 is "yes", are these small businesses with a sub-category (e.g. e.g. HubZone, 8(a), SDVOSB, WOSB, etc.)


9) What is bonding capacity per contract?



10) What is your aggregate bonding capacity per contract?



11) If this requirement is advertised, do you anticipate submitting a bid?



12) Please provide any additional information you feel is necessary:


*Please don't respond after 3:00 PM CT on February 01, 2019. No responses will be accepted after this time.


Added: Feb 27, 2019 1:37 pm
REQUEST FOR INFORMATION

The Government is issuing this Request for Information to determine a competitive basis. This is not a solicitation. No reimbursement will be made for any costs associated with providing information in response to this survey.


This survey is for market research purposes only. Only contractors capable of performing this type of work should respond to this Request for Information.


Requirement


The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), Nashville District, anticipates a requirement for a firm fixed-price construction contract for the rehabilitation of the existing emergency gate at Barkley Lock, Grand Rivers, KY. The estimated magnitude of this project is between $1,000,000 and $5,000,000.


Summary of work for the Barkley Emergency Gate Rehab Project*:


1. This work involves removal, rehabilitation, and reinstallation of the existing Barkley Lock Emergency Gate. The gate will be removed from the lock chamber by a marine based crane. The gate may be staged adjacent to the lock on Government property to perform the rehabilitation, or the gate may be set on a barge and transported to an appropriate off site location determined by the Contractor and approved by the Government. The gate is comprised of two main structural components. One component is a welded box truss that is approximately 110' long, 15 wide, and 15' tall. The other component is a vertically reinforced skin plate attached to the downstream side of the truss structure. The skin plate is approximately 110' long and 35' tall. The gate weighs approximately 250 tons. The rehabilitation of this gate will involve:

• Preparation of the work site (Top soil removal and gravel lay down area); If performing the work on Government property
• Preparation of secondary parking / contractor laydown area
• Disconnecting all operating machinery from gate
• Lifting of gate from the lock using a marine based crane
• Erecting a temporary containment structure around the gate if performing the work on Government property, or transporting the gate to the previously approved location.


(a) Structural Items:
• Removal of the existing cathodic protection system
• Removal of the existing grating panels
• Removal of the existing coating system (coating contains lead and abatement is required)
• Ultrasonic testing of all existing welds
• Repair of all welds that do not meet acceptance criteria
• Replacement of any structural members identified by the government after the existing coating has been removed
• Perform white metal blasting and coat the structure with the 5-E-Z Vinyl System
• Provide and install new galvanized grating


(b) Mechanical Items:
• Fabricate and replace upstream emergency gate greased truss roller bushings (DWG Q9-30/5.3) with underwater greaseless bushings (Contract drawing to be provided once removed and dissembled)
• Fabricate and replace upstream emergency gate greased sill roller bushings with underwater greaseless bushings (Contract drawing to be provided once removed and dissembled)
• Disassemble and inspect wire rope IAW OSHA 1910.179 (m)


• OPTION: Replace wire if conditions exceed OSHA 1910.179 (m)
• REPLACE wire rope clamps and pins where corroded.
• Disassemble and inspect hoist idler sheave assembly DWG Q9-31/7.3 to include sheave shaft (MK31/7-2) and bushing (MK 31/7-4) IAW with ASME B4.1.
• OPTION: Replace/machine sheave shaft (MK31/7-2) and bushing (MK 31/7-4) if found out of tolerance IAW ASME B4.1.
• MECHANICAL HYDRAULIC OPTION
• Remove Emergency gate hydraulic dogging system DWG (Q9-31/8.3).
• Purchase and install replacement hydraulic system IAW EN ISO 4413 to include but not limited to:
• Replace 2x hydraulic cylinders
• New HPU/reservoir type configuration with condensate heater and ISO filter requirements
• Replace all 2" plumbing
• Replace all valve with new ISO compliant valves.
• Replace cylinder rod position indicator switches.
• Replace cylinder rod sleeves and water seals
• Replace embedded hydraulic pipe sleeves through walls with Link-Seal*


(c) Deconstruct the temporary containment structure around the gate.
• Setting the gate back in the lock chamber
• Reattaching all operating machinery
• Return the site back to original condition


The contractor will be required to provide all plant, labor and materials to construct these features.


*Please note that this description is subject to change.
The anticipated NAICS code is 237990, Other Heavy and Civil Engineering Construction, with a small business size standard of $36.5 million.
Survey
The Government is issuing this notice to determine a competitive basis. This is not a solicitation and the items listed herein are subject to change or eliminated from the requirement. This survey is for market research purposes only. Only contractors capable of performing this type of work should respond to this Request for Information.


Your response to this survey is requested by 3:00 PM Central Time, March 6, 2019. Please send by email to fannie.m.robertson@usace.army.mil.


1) Name of your firm:


2) CAGE:


3) Point of Contact, Phone number and EMAIL address:


4) Please provide responses to the following:


(a) List one (1) project completed within five (5) years that demonstrates experience, as a prime contractor or subcontractor, erecting and maintaining a temporary facility with a footprint of at least 500 square feet, used for the purpose of particulate containment and controlling environmental conditions (e.g., ambient temperatures and humidity) during media blasting and painting operations of a steel structure.


Project Name:


Contract Number (if applicable):


Year Completed:


Prime Contractor or Sub-Contractor:


Type and percentage of work self-performed (based on contract value):


Dollar Amount:


General Description of project:



(b) List one (1) project completed within five (5) years that demonstrates experience, as a prime contractor or subcontractor, performing containment and lead abatement during media blasting operations or managing a subcontractor who performed containment and lead abatement during media blasting operations.


Project Name:


Contract Number (if applicable):


Year Completed:


Prime Contractor or Sub-Contractor:


Type and percentage of work self-performed (based on contract value):


Dollar Amount:


General Description of project:



(c) List one (1) project completed within five (5) years that demonstrates experience, as a prime contractor or subcontractor, applying the specified vinyl coating system (5-E-Z) to a steel structure of at least 1,000 square feet in surface area.


Project Name:


Contract Number (if applicable):


Year Completed:


Prime Contractor or Sub-Contractor:


Type and percentage of work self-performed (based on contract value):


Dollar Amount:


General Description of project:



(d) List one (1) project completed within five (5) years that demonstrates experience, as a prime contractor or subcontractor, performing structural welding in accordance with AWS D1.5 or managing a subcontractor who performed structural welding in accordance with AWS D1.5) for repairs, retrofits, new fabrication, or additions to steel structures.


Project Name:


Contract Number (if applicable):


Year Completed:


Prime Contractor or Sub-Contractor:


Type and percentage of work self-performed (based on contract value):


Dollar Amount:


General Description of project:



(e) List one (1) project completed within five (5) years that demonstrates experience, as a prime contractor or subcontractor, lifting a structure of at least 125 tons in a single lift utilizing a crane from a floating plant (or managing a subcontractor who lifted a structure of at least 125 tons in a single lift utilizing a crane from a floating plant). Picks performed from non-floating plant scenarios will not satisfy this criteria.


Project Name:


Contract Number (if applicable):


Year Completed:


Prime Contractor or Sub-Contractor:



Type and percentage of work self-performed (based on contract value


Dollar Amount:


General Description of project:


5) For this requirement, what percentage of this work would you subcontract (reference FAR 52.219-14, Limitations on Subcontracting?


6) Do you plan to subcontract to only small businesses?


7) If the answer to question 7 is "yes", are these small businesses with a sub-category (e.g. e.g. HubZone, 8(a), SDVOSB, WOSB, etc.)


8) What is bonding capacity per contract?



9) What is your aggregate bonding capacity per contract?



10) If this requirement is advertised, do you anticipate submitting a bid?



11) Please provide any additional information you feel is necessary:



Added: May 21, 2019 1:59 pm
Solicitation Number:
W912P519B0006

Notice Type:
Pre-Solicitation


Synopsis:


PURPOSE: The Nashville District U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) intends to issue an Invitation for Bid (IFB) with Definitive Responsibility Criteria (DRC) for a firm fixed price construction contract for Emergency Gate Rehabilitation at Barkley Lock, Grand Rivers, KY. This procurement will include base and option line items in the anticipated bid schedule.


This notice is being issued for planning and informational purposes only. This notice is not a solicitation, nor is it to be construed as a commitment by the Government. The Government will not pay for any effort expended in responding to this notice, nor will the Government accept proposals as a result of this notice. The plans and technical specifications for this requirement will only be available upon solicitation issuance.


PROJECT DESCRIPTION: The work involves rehabilitation of the existing Barkley Lock Emergency Gate. The gate will be staged adjacent to the lock on government property where all work will be required to be performed at this location. The gate is comprised of two main structural components. One (1) component is a welded box truss that is approximately 110' long, 15 wide, and 15' tall. The other component is a vertically reinforced skin plate attached to the downstream side of the truss structure. The skin plate is approximately 110' long and 35' tall. The gate weighs approximately 250 tons.
The option line items will include replacing wire if conditions exceed OSHA 1910.179 (m), replacing/machine sheave shaft and bushings if found out of tolerance, and remove and install hydraulic dogging system.
Bidders will have an opportunity to attend a scheduled site visit. The date, time, location and registration requirements will be posted in the solicitation.


This project description is not intended to be all encompassing in the descriptions.


NAICS AND SBA SIZE STANDARD: The NAICS code for this project is 237990, Other Heavy and Civil Engineering Construction, with a small business size standard of $36.5 million.


TYPE OF SET-ASIDE: Total Small Business Set-aside.
SOLICITATION AND CONTRACT TYPE: It is anticipated that from the IFB Solicitation, the Government will award one firm fixed price construction contract to the company that provides the lowest priced bid who is found to be responsive and responsible.


DISCLOSURE OF MAGNITUDE OF THE CONSTRUCTION PROJECT: The disclosure of magnitude range is between $1,000,000 and $5,000,000.


PERIOD OF PERFORMANCE: The anticipated period of performance for the base line items is 328 calendar days from Notice to Proceed (NTP) and additional days will be added to the contract completion date if options are exercised as follows:


- If Option 1 is exercised within 238 days after issuance of NTP, then the contract completion date shall not be changed as a result of the option being exercised.
- If Option 2 is exercised within 210 days after issuance of NTP, then the contract completion date shall be extended by 16 days as a result of the option being exercised.
- If Option 3 is exercised within 220 days after issuance of NTP, then the contract completion date shall be extended by 73 days as a result of the option being exercised.
- If Option 4 is exercised within 170 days after issuance of NTP, then the contract completion date shall not be changed as a result of the option being exercised.
- If Option 5 is exercised within 290 days after issuance of NTP, then the contract completion date shall not be changed as a result of the option being exercised.


SOLICITATION RELEASE DATE: The anticipated release date for W912P519B0006 is around May 31, 2019.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: Specific information pertaining to this procurement will be available in the solicitation. The solicitation documents will be posted on Federal Business Opportunities (FBO) website, www.fbo.gov. It is, and will continue to be, the responsibility of all potential bidders to monitor the FBO website for any amendments, updates, responses to questions and answers, etc. as the Government will not be maintaining a mailing list.


POINT-OF-CONTACT FOR QUESTIONS: The Contract Specialist for this solicitation is Fannie Robertson, telephone: 615-736-7986, email: Fannie.M.Robertson@usace.army.mil. Any communications regarding this procurement must be made in writing via e-mail. It must identify the Solicitation number, company name, address, e-mail address, phone number including area code, facsimile number, and point of contact.



Added: May 31, 2019 7:08 pm
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Pre-Solicitation Synopsis
Type:
Other (Draft RFPs/RFIs, Responses to Questions, etc..)
Label:
Pre-Solicitation Synopsis
Posted Date:
May 15, 2019
Description: Pre-Solicitation Synopsis
Solicitation 1
Type:
Solicitation
Posted Date:
May 31, 2019
Description: Solicitation W912P519B0006
Technical Specs
Type:
Other (Draft RFPs/RFIs, Responses to Questions, etc..)
Label:
Technical Specs
Posted Date:
June 1, 2019
Description: Technical Specifications W912P519B0006
Technical Specs
Type:
Other (Draft RFPs/RFIs, Responses to Questions, etc..)
Label:
Technical Specs
Posted Date:
June 3, 2019
Description: W912P519B0006 Technical Specifications
Amendment 1
Type:
Mod/Amendment
Posted Date:
June 5, 2019
Description: TPlans1
Amendment 2
Type:
Mod/Amendment
Posted Date:
June 5, 2019
Package #7
Posted Date:
June 11, 2019
Description: Foreign National (FN) Site Visit Request Form
Description: US Citizen Site Visit Form
Contracting Office Address :
Attn: CELRN-CT
110 9th Ave., South Room A405
Nashville, Tennessee 37203
United States
Place of Performance :
758 Barkley Dam Rd
GRAND RIVERS, Kentucky 42045
United States
Primary Point of Contact. :
FannieM. Robertson,
Contract Specialist
Phone: 6157367986
Secondary Point of Contact :
Kristal Jones,
Contract Specialist
Phone: 615-736-7916
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Pre-Solicitation Synopsis
May 15, 2019
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Solicitation 1
May 31, 2019
W912P519B0006.pdf Technical Specs
Jun 01, 2019
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Technical Specs
Jun 03, 2019
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Amendment 1
Jun 05, 2019
TPlans_BAR_Emergency...
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Amendment 2
Jun 05, 2019
TPlans_BAR_Emergency...
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Package
Jun 11, 2019
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US_Citizen_Pre-Bid_o...
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General Information
Notice Type:
Solicitation
Original Posted Date:
January 17, 2019
Posted Date:
June 11, 2019
Response Date:
Jul 10, 2019 1:00 pm Central
Original Response Date:
- Central
Archiving Policy:
Manual Archive
Original Archive Date:
-
Archive Date:
-
Original Set Aside:
N/A
Set Aside:
Total Small Business
Classification Code:
Z -- Maintenance, repair, and alteration of real property
NAICS Code:
237 -- Heavy and Civil Engineering Construction/237990 -- Other Heavy and Civil Engineering Construction

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