USACE AEC Improve Energy Efficiency Atlantis Dorm B1552 at Whiteman Air Force Base

Description: The Department of the Army, Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), Kansas City District, may have a requirement for a project for the improvement of energy efficiency to Atlantis Dorm, B1552 at Whiteman Air Force Base, Missouri.

Customer: Army Corps of Engineers 

NAICS: Not Reported 

RFP: Q2 FY16

Requirements: 

Improvement of energy efficiency to Atlantis Dorm, B1552 at Whiteman Air Force Base, Missouri

Construction of the Alabama Swift Tract Living Shoreline Project, Bon Secour Bay, Alabama

Description: On or about March 2, 2016 the U.S. Department of Commerce (DOC), National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Office of Habitat Conservation and Eastern Acquisition Division, Kansas City, intends to issue a Request for Proposal for construction contractor services for Construction of the Alabama Swift Tract Living Shoreline Project, Bon Secour Bay, Alabama. 

Customer: Department of Commerce 

NAICS: 237990 - Other Heavy and Civil Engineering Construction

RFP: Q2 FY16

Requirements: 

•  The estimated period of performance is 150 calendar days after notice to proceed for the base schedule and an additional 15 calendar day for each option, if exercised. The estimated construction costs of this project are between $1,000,000.00 and $5,000,000.00. 

Target System and Hardware Support (TSHS)

Description: Program Executive Office for Simulation, Training and Instrumentation (PEO TRI); Project Manager for Instrumentation, Targets and Threat Simulators (PMITTS): Targets Management Office (TMO), Huntsville, Alabama has been tasked to solicit for and award an effort that requires 1 - Dimensional, 2-Dimensional and 3 Dimensional range target development and procurement, ancillary range target development and procurement, target engineering services, target radar-cross section development, target infrared development, target data base management and technical administrative support, and range target technical insertion.

Customer: Department of the Army 

NAICS: 339999 - All Other Miscellaneous Manufacturing

RFP: Q1 FY16

Requirements: 

•  These efforts involve frequent collaboration with TMO personnel and require the efforts to be performed within Redstone Arsenal commuting distance

USACE AEC Install High Efficiency Radiant Heaters at Fort Carson

Description: 

The Department of the Army, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), Omaha District, has a requirement as part of the Energy Conservation Investment Program (ECIP) for the installation of High-Efficiency Radiant Heaters at Fort Carson, CO.

Customer: Army

NAICS: TBD

RFP: Q4 FY15

Requirements: 

Basic services shall include:

  • Install High-Efficiency Radiant Heaters at Fort Carson (Project Number 81957)

AEC Multiple Award Construction Contract for Alabama Mississippi and Louisiana (MINI MACC)

Description: The Department of Navy, Naval Facilities Engineering Command, (NAVFAC) Southeast, Integrated Product Team (IPT) Gulf Coast, may have a continuing requirement for small-scale construction projects in Alabama, Mississippi, and Louisiana.

Customer: Navy

NAICS: 236220

RFP: Q3 FY15

Requirements:

  • Aviation and aircraft facilities
  • Marine facilities
  • Barracks and personnel housing facilities
  • Administrative facilities
  • Warehouses and supply facilities
  • Training facilities
  • Personnel support and service facilities
  • Security level facilities

Strategic Environmental Research And Development

Description: Technical and Program Support

Customer: Corps of Engineers - HEC

RFP Date: Q2 2015

Requirements

  • Provide services to the Executive Director and her staff to meet all program planning, technical and financial oversight and management needs to the two programs
  • This includes support for the Program Office located in Alexandria, VA
  • The direct support will involve assisting the Program Manager throughout the life-cycle of investments, including solicitation planning, proposal review and selection, tracking project execution, and ending with technology transfer
  • Effective technical review will require personnel with expertise in a wide variety of technical topics including environmental engineering, ecology, materials science, chemistry, energetic materials, electromagnetics, underwater acoustics, contaminated groundwater and sediments, munitions constituents, energy efficiency technologies, renewable energy, microgrids, and climate change vulnerability and adaptation
  • As the SERDP and ESTCP portfolios evolve, additional expertise beyond this list may be required

USACE AEC Electronic Security Systems (ESS VI)

Description: The Department of the Army, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville (CEHNC) has a recurring requirement for the development and maintenance of electronic security systems that will provide physical security for facilities and personnel of the US Army and other government agencies.

Customer: Corps of Engineers

NAICS: 541512: Computer Systems Design Services

RFP: Q2 FY15

Requirements:

Electronic security systems include intrusion detection sensors, closed-circuit television, access-control systems and command and control systems.

Services under the contracts will include, but are not limited to:

  • Development of equipment installation engineering plans
  • Providing hardware and software
  • System testing and check-out
  • Performing facility modification and construction required to support equipment installation
  • Providing security and force protection measures
  • Interfacing with and installing new data transmission equipment
  • Determining compatibility of new equipment with existing systems
  • Preparing system and component documentation
  • Providing operation and maintenance manuals
  • Providing ESS training
  • Warranting systems
  • Maintaining and servicing systems
  • Operating and monitoring systems
  • Preparing after-action and other reports
  • Providing as-built installation drawings

Solar Photovoltaic Project Aberdeen Proving Ground

Description: The Department of Defense (DoD), Defense Logistics Agency (DLA), DLA Energy has a requirement for an on-site solar photovoltaic (PV) project at Aberdeen Proving Ground. 

Customer: Defense Logistics Agency

NAICS: 221114: Solar Electric Power Generation

RFP: Q1 FY15

Requirements:

The Contractor shall  generate a minimum of 10 MW and produce solar energy at a price that meets or is lower than the current cost of conventional electricity.

The following sites are available for project development:

  • Ground Mount. Solar energy generated on six (6) open and unobstructed land parcels (comprised of earth, cement, or rubble). A total of 43.7 acres is available
  • Landfill. The majority of the landfill is flat, unobstructed and maintained. Developers can only use non-penetrating, ballasted mounting systems. A total of 18 acres is available
  • Parking Lot Canopy. The canopies should be no lower than 12 feet on the bottom of the sloped canopy, and should be designed to minimize the loss of parking spots. A total of 27.5 acres is available covering two large parking lots
  • Rooftop. All roofs being considered for PV siting are flat and were built within the last 10 years. A total of 8.5 acres is available

UPF Site Prep

Description: Army Corps of Engineers, Nashville District, has a requirement to execute site readiness and site preparation subprojects of the Uranium Processing Facility (UPF) construction project at the Y-12 National Security Complex in Oak Ridge, TN.

Customer: Corps of Engineers

NAICS: 238910: Site Preparation Contractors

RFP: Q1 FY15

Requirements:

The general scope of work is as follows:

  • Site layout plan for trailers and laydown areas
  • UPF Site Infrastructure and Services (SIS) traffic control plan
  • Maintaining the wet spoils area during construction,
  • Construction of sediment basin 6
  • Construction of the haul road extension to include wetlands 6, 7, 8
  • Construction of wetland 11
  • Construction of the Bear Creek Road security pull off & retaining wall
  • Construction of stream channeling mitigation features
  • Preparing the west soil spoils area to accept engineered fill
  • Excavation of building 9107 hillside
  • Construction of sediment basin 4 and placement of engineered fill in the west soils spoils area
  • Grading of areas for UPF supporting facilities
  • Construction of drainage features and sewage lines associated with the above items
  • Milling asphalt and delivering to the facility for later use, and
  • Performing erosion and sediment control, and water management activities

Mapping and Surveying Support

Description: Mapping and Survey Support for the Mobile District

Customer: Corp of Engineerings

NAICS: 541370: Surveying and Mapping

RFP: Dec 2014

Requirements:

  • GPS and conventional topographic surveying and mapping
  • Boundary surveying of private and public lands
  • Terrestrial laser scanning
  • Hydrographic surveying using single beam and multibeam systems on inland and coastal waterways
  • High accuracy dam deformation monitoring surveys

AEC Support for Ballistic Missile Defense Program

Description: Architectural, Environmental, Energy and Construction Support for Ballistic Missile Defense Program

Customer: Corps of Engineers

NAICS: 541330: Engineering Services

Requirements:

  • Demonstrate experience in design of facilities for the assembly, preparation, handling and storage of missiles
  • Demonstrate the capability to provide architectural and engineering disciplines necessary (Architecture, Mechanical, Structural, Civil, Electrical, Power, Fire Protection, Geotechnical, Seismic, and Cost) to design multiple $100 million plus construction cost (CC) military construction projects concurrently for construction in multiple and diverse geographic locations
  • Demonstrate the ability to design critical defense facilities and develop Failure Mode Effects Criticality Analysis (FMECA), and Reliability, Availability and Maintainability (RAM) analyses
  • Demonstrate knowledge and experience incorporating High-Altitude Electromagnetic Pulse (HEMP) and Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) protection in the design of facilities
  • Demonstrate knowledge and experience designing facilities that will be located in areas of high seismic activity according to current Unified Facilities Criteria (UFC) requirements
  • Demonstrate knowledge of explosive safety and blast effects and prior experience designing facilities to accommodate explosive environments to include preparing submittals to the Department of Defense Explosive Safety Board (DDESB)
  • Demonstrate ability and experience to design facilities to operate in harsh environmental areas such as corrosive conditions, arid environments and in areas of extremes in temperature and humidity such as encountered in the arctic and the tropics
  • Demonstrate knowledge of electronic and physical security design including but not limited to miscellaneous security studies, access/entry control, site security, antiterrorism protection, and design to protect facilities against Chemical, Biological, and Radiological (CBR) agents

 

Electronic Security Systems

Description: Provide installations secure electronic security systems

Customer: Corps of Engineers

NAICS: 541512: Computer Systems Design Services

RFP: May 2015

Requirements:

  • Development of equipment installation engineering plans
  • Providing hardware and software
  • System testing and check-out
  • Performing facility modification and construction required to support equipment installation
  • Providing security and force protection measures
  • Interfacing with and installing new data transmission equipment
  • Determining compatibility of new equipment with existing systems
  • Preparing system and component documentation
  • Providing operation and maintenance manuals
  • Providing ESS training
  • Warranting systems
  • Maintaining and servicing systems
  • Operating and monitoring systems
  • Preparing after-action and other reports
  • Providing as-built installation drawings

 

Energy Information Management Program

Description: Provide garrisons with an Energy Information Management Program

Customer: Corps of Engineers

NAICS: 541512: Computer Systems Design Services

RFP: Q2 FY15

Requirements:

  • Will integrate energy data to allow management of resources, providing energy data integrity, automated measurement and verification, asset management, and asset sustainability
  • Will integrate disparate data from multiple systems and programs into a comprehensive visualization environment, and ensure that the necessary level of security is enforced at each junction of data collection to process and prevent unauthorized disclosure of the garrison information
  • Will ensure reliable and timely access to data and resources to authorized individuals, and provide control-based assurance levels to the analytics supporting the capital investment strategy
  • Provide operational communication network to collect, integrate, and analyze energy data and activities on a garrison
  • Based on asset managed framework to identify and inform the upper-level command structure for making investment decisions to reduce cost, reduce energy consumption, and support mission assurance
  • Will interface with both relational database systems and real-time operational data systems to provide real-time and historical metrics and analysis which includes connectivity to Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) systems, Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) systems, industrial control system(s), building (facility) management systems as well as relational database systems such as real property and metering databases
  • Will collect and aggregate data from systems throughout the Army, such as building energy management systems, renewable energy generation systems, inverters, energy storage devices, advanced metering infrastructures, synchro-phasors, conventional generation, advanced energy systems, substation metering and monitoring systems, and SCADA, Distributed Control System (DCS), Distributed Monitoring System (DMS), and energy management control systems (EMCS) systems
  • Integrate with GIS software for a single view of the status on a map with supporting analytics below the map
  • Support for information assurance and certification

Medical Repair and Renewal

Description: Provides an efficient method for design and execution of all types of medical facility repairs, renovations, conversions, alterations, additions and construction projects. MRR provides program/project management, engineering, contracting and construction.

Customer: Corps of Engineers

NAICS: 561210: Facilities Support Services

RFP: Q2 FY15

Requirements:

  • These BPAs provide project support services for various Department of Defense (DOD) medical facilities and any related ancillary facilities, but primarily for US Army Medical Command (MEDCOM)
  • These services may be provided in a variety of functional areas including, but not limited to:
    • Inpatient facilities
    • Clinical areas
    • Ancillary support areas such as warehousing, power plants, dietary, and transient housing
  • Design and construction services are not included in the scope of services to be provided

Resource Efficiency Management Program (REM)

Description:
REM is an innovative management approach (Human Performance Based) that focuses on reducing energy and other resource consumption, saving money, and helping the environment
The REM program augments existing facility resources and focuses on no- and low- cost opportunities to reduce energy consumption in real time, including behavior aspects of energy end uses and operation and maintenance measures
Under the REM Program, full-time Resource Efficiency Managers support facilities efforts to reduce energy costs and consumption and meet their mandated energy conservation goals 
NAICS: 541330 Engineering Services
Customer: US Army Corps of Engineers Huntsville Center
RFP Date: Q1 FY15
Requirements:
Generate cost savings greater than the annual installation REM Program costs in the form of verifiable utility cost savings, energy project grants, avoided costs, and other incentive payments. 
Establish a highly visible energy and water resource conservation program through awareness campaigns and training
Strengthen energy policies within the organization
Establish the REM as a installation resource for occupants, building monitors, operations and maintenance staff, service-providing utilities, and other energy management trade organizations
Provide strong educational and motivation components to all occupants at a facility
Develop and review the economic and technical feasibility of energy conservation projects
Provide project management and coordination for development and implementation of energy conservation projects, including ECIP, ESPC and UESC projects
Increase recognition of the installation’s energy program through good management practices and preparation of reports, case studies, award submissions and other program documentation
Identify areas where tenant organizations are undercharged for utilities used
Improve the efficiency and sustainability features of new construction and renovation retrofit projects. To meet these goals, the REM will, at a minimum, perform the task activities listed below

Combined Heat and Power Renewable Energy Generation System on Redstone Arsenal

Description:
The Renewable Energy Generation system will supply both power and steam for a minimum of 20 MW of power and steam not to exceed 520,000 klbs/year utilizing an Energy Service Contract (ESC)
RFP Date: Oct 2014
NAICS: 221118: Other Electric Power Generation
Customer: Corps of Engineers Huntsville Center / Redstone Arsenal