High Power Fiber Development and Beam Combination (HPFDBC)

Description:
The Department of the Air Force, Air Force Materiel Command, Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL), Directed Energy Directorate, Laser Division has a requirement to develop and deliver novel solutions for the next-generation of airborne laser weapons. 

Customer: Air Force

NAICS: 541712 - Research and Development in the Physical, Engineering, and Life Sciences (except Biotechnology)

RFP: Q3 FY16

Requirements: 

This effort is focused on the longer term need of a conformal phased array weapon system. As such, the technical objectives and goals are as follows:
Perform research and development on less mature enabling technologies required for an aircraft conformal phased array laser weapon system. This includes development of advanced components and algorithms required for the conformal phased array (that are not at sufficient readiness to integrate into a fully functional system demonstration) and activities demonstrating their utility and scalability for a future phased array weapon system.
Relevant technologies include:
New concepts and developmental work on high resolution active array imaging and target based phase sensing. 
Enabling technologies, modeling, simulation and analysis of new and novel array based beam control methods. 
Experiments to validate and reduce risk for fully functional phased array concepts.
Potential dual uses of the High Energy Laser (HEL) and receiver apertures for Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR), target designation or other applications.
Additionally, there are numerous lower maturity components required to achieve the fully conformal phased array system. This effort will also seek to advance the readiness of these items so that they can be inserted into a future system.  Items under consideration for this focus area are as follows:
Novel beam steering technologies
Conformal or nearly conformal window
Fiber laser sources
Fiber interface technologies
Ultimately of interest under this effort are integrated and comprehensive laboratory and field experiments demonstrating technologies relevant to a phased array laser weapon functioning together at relevant power levels and ranges

USACE AEC Services for the Energy Conservation Investment Program (ECIP)

Description: The Department of the Army, Army Corps of Engineers, U.S Army Engineering and Support Center in Huntsville (CEHNC), may have a continuing requirement for architect-engineering services to design Energy Conservation Measures in support of the  Energy Conservation Investment Program (ECIP).

Customer: Army

NAICS: 541330 - Engineering Services

RFP: Q3 FY16

Requirements: 

A-E Contractors to design Energy Conservation Measures

USACE AEC Pershing Barracks Renovation Modernization West Point New York

Description: The Department of the Army, US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), New York District, has a requirement for the repair of the entire Pershing Barracks, a 124,692 SF, multi-story cadet barracks building at the U.S. Military Academy, West Point, NY (USMA-WP).

Customer: Army

NAICS: 236220 - Commercial and Institutional Building Construction

RFP: Q2 FY16

Requirements: 

  • The scope of the work entails the repair of the entire Pershing Barracks (Building 751).  Building repairs will address the interior configuration, life/safety, energy conservation, and utility systems which can no longer accommodate modern living conditions
  • Architecture repairs will address space deficiencies for programmed functions such as: laundry, storage, day rooms, study rooms, TAC offices, barrack rooms, and latrines to address gender equality for both male and female Cadets. Interior repairs will address failing condition of walls, floors, ceilings and stairwells.  Building exterior and envelope repairs will address water infiltration systems, structural roof systems, insulation and waterproofing, windows, rooftop equipment screening, and exterior masonry and limestone
  • Mechanical/Electrical/Plumbing (MEP) repairs will be made to fire suppression and water supply systems, fire alarm and mass notification system, fire detection/protection/monitoring/controls, heating and ventilation systems, plumbing systems, electrical systems, telecommunication and cabling systems, closed circuit television (CCTV), alarm and card access systems, public address systems, time clock systems, cable television systems, and distributed antenna systems (DAS)
  • Hazardous building materials (HAZMAT) including asbestos, lead, radon, and mold are known to exist.  Repairs will include the abatement of all HAZMAT that is known.  It is anticipated that additional unknown HAZMAT will be discovered during repair and will also be abated.  Personnel will not directly be exposed at any time during the repairs of the facility and will not be exposed directly to HAZMAT during its removal
  • This facility will accommodate 270 Cadets for a total of 135 rooms after the repairs are complete.  There are 6 Tactical Officers and Tactical NCOs in addition to the cadet rooms
  • Repairs will comply with EPAct 2005, EISA 2007, Executive Orders (EO) 13423 and 13514, and other current Guiding Principles for High Performance and Sustainable Building. This project will follow guidance detailed in the DoD Sustainable Buildings Policy and UFC 1-200-02 requirements
  • Sustainable principles will be integrated into the design development and construction of the project in accordance with Executive Order 13423 and other applicable laws and executive orders

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

AEC AE Design Build Riverside National Cemetery Phase 5

Description: Department of Veterans Affairs, Office of Construction and;Facilities Management has a requirement for a Design-Build construction contract for the expansion of the Riverside National Cemetery in Riverside, California. 

Customer: Veterans Affairs 

NAICS: 237990 - Other Heavy and Civil Engineering Construction

RFP: Q2 FY16

Requirements: 

  • This project will comprise the fifth phase of major development and will include approximately 23,000 casketed gravesites, 13,000 columbarium niches and approximately 7,000 in-ground burial sites for cremated remains providing an additional 10-year burial capacity on undeveloped land. The remainder of the site will be developed in future 10-year phased projects for full option burials. Only those facilities and infrastructure elements necessary to support the increase in maintenance, operations, and interments for approximately 10 years will be included in this phase of construction. Approximately 55 acres of undeveloped land will be utilized to develop a 10-year inventory of approximately 43,000 full burial option gravesites, a satellite maintenance facility, and an additional irrigation lake with this investment
     
  • Also included in this project will be infrastructure repairs and upgrades to the existing Riverside National Cemetery as identified in the current Facility Condition Assessment
     
  • Memorial Walls will be added at Riverside National Cemetery to accommodate memorial plaques honoring the memory of veterans, and other eligible individuals whose remains are not available for burial. This project will also improve the cemetery entrance, including cortege staging lanes, visitor parking, access to public information, and public restrooms. Drainage problems will also be addressed
     
  • The project will also encompass needed irrigation improvements and corrections to the water channel and lake system as well as extension of irrigation into newly developed areas. The project will also correct deficiencies in the infrastructure. Renovations and additions to the Administrative Building and Maintenance Complex and Committal Service Shelters will be accomplished to accommodate military honors teams including volunteers and public information functions. Improvements made to structures will incorporate Green Building Principals and Renewable Energy Initiatives in accordance with VA policy and latest energy efficient technology

Information Technology Research Products and Consulting

Description: The Department of Energy, Office of the Chief Information Officer, has a requirement for Information Technology Research Products and Consulting Services.

Customer: Department of Energy

NAICS: 541618 - Other Management Consulting Services

RFP: Q2 FY16

Requirements: 

The contract shall provide:

  • Application Management
  • Business Intelligence and Information Management
  • Business Process Improvement
  • Enterprise Architecture
  • Infrastructure and Operations
  • Program and Portfolio Management
  • Security and Risk Management
  • Sourcing and Vendor Relationships

AEC NASA AMES BIOSCIENCES LABORATORY N288

Description: The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), Ames Research Center (ARC), has a requirement for providing a new Bioscience Laboratory.

Customer: National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) 

NAICS: 236220 - Commercial and Institutional Building Construction

RFP: Q2 FY16

Requirements: 

The new two-story, 40,000 square foot (sf.) building will consist of approximately 19,000 sf. of wet laboratory and laboratory support space and approximately 21,000 sf. of enclosed and open office space, conference rooms, and break rooms.
Some key building features include:

- Biosafety Level 2 wet labs with laboratory grade utility systems, such as purified water, instrument grade compressed air, and laboratory vacuum. - A large number of chemical fume hoods and a sophisticated laboratory exhaust system. - Support spaces, including procedure rooms, tissue culture rooms, autoclave/sterilization, and controlled environment rooms.

The scope of work shall also include site work, installation of underground utilities, grading and paving, and site landscaping.

GA Region IV HRF EXEVAL Support Services

Description: This is a non-personal services contract to provide GA Region IV HRF ExEval to contractor support to provide structural collapse venue site (SCVS) support; and provide and manage contractor role players, moulage and weighted manikins.

Customer: National Guard - Georgia 

NAICS: 611710 - Educational Support Services

RFP: Q2 FY16

Requirements: 

The contractor shall provide all personnel, equipment, tools, materials, supervision, and quality control necessary to provide a vital realistic element to the GA Region IV HRF ExEval, as defined in this PWS. The contractor shall provide SCVS reset, role players, and manikins for GA Region IV HRF Pre-ExEval. Personnel assigned to this task shall possess the skills and expertise necessary to perform assigned tasks associated with this order.

Silo Shell With Flooring

Description: MSFC has a requirement for a structure to house a 7.2m Deep Space Habitat (DSH) Concept Demonstrator.  The structure will be used to build and assess configurations that may be used for future missions. Human Factors Engineering (HFE) assessments within the volume will allow for simulation and testing of proposed designs and implementation into final designs for the Habitat that will launch. 

Customer: National Aeronautics and Space Administration

NAICS: 332311 -- Prefabricated Metal Building and Component Manufacturing

RFP: Q2 FY16

Requirements: 

To effectively support the NASA requirements, the following features are the acceptable minimum requirements for a 7.2m DSH Concept Demonstrator.  

1.    System SHALL be erected in Building 4649.  
2.    Shall include Technical Specifications and Users Manuals in hardcopy or .pdf format in English language.
3.    Structure SHALL be between 7.2 and 7.5 m in diameter.
4.    Structure SHALL be outfitted with 2 floors of adjustable height.
5.    Willingness to store structure until room can be made in 4649 for it to be erected.
6.    Erection of structure in designated area is necessary.
7.    Structure SHALL hold a minimum of 10,000 lbs. on each of the 2 floors.
8.    Structure SHALL have accessibility to both floors through somewhat simple methods.
9.    EV74 SHALL be able to install a plywood floor on 24 in. centers, subfloor frame supplied by manufacturer.
10.    SHALL have access doors on both floors.
11.    SHALL be moveable to other locations within 4649.

Facilities Engineering Design and Inspection Services (FEDIS) at MSFC

Description: NASA/MSFC plans to issue a Request for Proposal (RFP) for Facilities Engineering Design and Inspection Services (FEDIS) utilizing Architect and Engineering (A/E) processes (FAR Part 36.6).

Customer: National Aeronautics and Space Administration

NAICS: 541330 -- Engineering Services

RFP: Q2 FY16

Requirements: 

•  Preparing architectural, civil, structural, environmental, electrical, mechanical, fire protection, utility control system, and multi-discipline project designs in support of Local projects (construction less than $1M). Designs include criteria development, construction drawings, calculations, specifications, and cost estimates, Adding and or modifying the existing building automation system (MSFC’s system is called the Utilities Control System) to reflect additions or changes to the HVAC systems (or process equipment) at the MSFC facilities, Managing the existing, historical drawings files, Assessing and updating the above-and-below ground utility maps, Making recommendations for digging permits, Preparing as-built drawings for CoF (above $1M) and Local (below $1M) projects, Performing configuration management, Providing miscellaneous tasks such as special studies, land surveys, geotechnical analysis, etc., Providing construction support, Answering request for information, Reviewing  construction submittals, Incorporating energy efficiency and sustainability in planning, designing, constructing, and maintaining MSFC facilities, and Certifying new facilities under the United States Green Building Council’s “Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design” (LEED) program.

Monitor Mounting and Installation

Description: The Government has a  Request for Proposal (RFP) for monitor mounting and installation in Huntsville, Alabama. 

Customer: Department of the Army

NAICS: 238210 -- Electrical Contractors and Other Wiring Installation Contractors

RFP: Q2 FY16

Requirements: 

•  The Contractor shall furnish and install TVs/Monitors, power receptacles, CATV outlets and computer data input outlets as listed in attachment 1 at the Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville, Alabama. The Contractor shall provide a fully functional and complete working system in compliance with activity specific requirements itemized in the PWS.

Facilities Support Services

Description: The Army Contracting Command-Redstone Arsenal (ACC-RSA), on behalf of the Security Assistance Management Directorate, issues Request for Proposal (RFP) W31P4Q-15-R-0167, to lease a facility and for warehouse management services located in El Paso, TX.

Customer: Department of the Army

NAICS: 561210 - Facilities Support Services

RFP: Q2 FY16

Requirements: 

•  This task shall require the contractor to provide the necessary space to enable the U.S. Government (USG) to perform depot training and logistical support of all system assets and training equipment managed by the Non-Standard Missile Management Directorate.

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

ImaGen and iHawk Hardware Maintenance

Description: NASA/MSFC has the requirement to renew the hardware maintenance of the ImaGen and iHawk Rackmount Systems plus Peripheral Devices in support of the Avionics System Testing and Development.

Customer: National Aeronautics and Space Administration

NAICS: 811212 - Computer and Office Machine Repair and Maintenance

RFP: Q1 FY16

Additional Information: 

CCC provides the ImaGen and iHawk Systems with their proprietary RedHawk Linux real-time operating system as well as the certification for these systems. Because of the complexity of the real-time computing, the systems running the real-time operating system shall be certified by the provider of the systems. All peripheral I/O devices and their associated driver software shall be certified by the real-time operation system vendor. 

RTC Wide Support Services (RWSS)

Description: The Army Contracting Command - Aberdeen Proving Ground (ACC-APG) intends to issue a solicitation for RTC Wide Support Services (RWSS) at Redstone Arsenal, Alabama. 

Customer: Department of the Army 

NAICS: 541712 -- Research and Development in the Physical, Engineering, and Life Sciences (except Biotechnology)r Guided Missile and Space Vehicle Parts and Auxiliary Equipment Manufacturing

RFP: Q1 FY16

Requirements: 

Contractor support to provide:
•    Labor and supplies
•    Equipment
•    Test fixtures
•    Tools
•    Materials
•    Transportation necessary to perform tests, evaluations, analyses,
•    Incidental support required to support activities for testing efforts, and other associated activities.

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 a request for proposal.

Customer:Department of the Army

NAICS: 339999 - All Other Miscellaneous Manufacturing

RFP: Q1 FY16

Requirements: 

•    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
•    Range target technical insertion
•    Frequent collaboration with TMO personnel and require the efforts to be performed within Redstone Arsenal commuting distance

 

Tube Launched Optically-Tracked Wireless Guided (TOW) Missile Forward-Ogive Ballast

Description: The Department of Energy, Golden Field Office may have a requirement for Engineering, Scientific, & Technical Support Services (ESTSS) for the Golden Field Office located in Golden, CO.

Customer: Department of the Army 

NAICS: 336419 - Other Guided Missile and Space Vehicle Parts and Auxiliary Equipment Manufacturing

RFP: Q1 FY16

Requirements: 

Basic services shall include:

  • Three (3) First Article Test units, with inspection to be conducted at the contractor's facility to verify compliance with the requirements identified in U.S. Army drawing 13684339. F.O.B. Destination with delivery to Redstone Arsenal, AL.
  • A base FY 16 quantity of 2,500 each (EA) for production quantity and options quantities FY 16 - FY 18 up to 2,000 with Period of Performance September 2016 - September 2019.
  • The Forward-Ogive Ballast for the TOW Missile is to be built in accordance with (IAW) the Technical Data Package (TDP) under APN 13684339. 

Operation and Maintenance of Government-Owned Facilities and Equipment for Black Warrior-Tombigbee and Alabama Rivers, AL

Description: Furnish all planning, supervision, labor, equipment, material, supplies, replacement parts, and all things necessary for the Operation and Maintenance of the Black-Warrior and Tombigbee River System and the Alabama River Locks and Dams, Alabama.

Customer:Department of the Army

NAICS: 561210 - Facilities Support Services

RFP: Q1 FY16

Requirements: 

•  The maintenance of numerous equipment and 26 upland dredge material disposal areas
•  Maintenance and repair of project structures and buildings, locks and dams, offices, maintenance of facilities, operation areas, navigation channel, disposal areas, project roads, vehicles, floating plant, boathouses, bathhouses, washhouses, toilets, gatehouses, security and other fences, sanitary disposal systems, launching ramps, playground equipment, bulletin boards, game courts, water and electrical systems, telephone lines, picnic sites, campsites, and other related facilities. 
•  Additional maintenance work includes guardrails, gates, electric barrier gates, signs, bumper blocks, landscaped areas, beaches swim buoys, paved roads, parking lots, trails, navigation aids, courtesy docks, and boundary lines. 

 

AEC Upgrade Energy Management Control Systems Construction Services

Description: The Department of Veterans Affairs, Veterans Health Administration may have a requirement for the Upgrade of Energy Management Control Systems Construction Services.

Customer: Veterans Affairs 

NAICS: 

RFP: Q3 FY15

Requirements: 

  • The Contractor shall provide services necessary to:
  • Construct an Energy Management Control System (EMCS) for two purposes:
  • A fully functional single system of Direct Digital Controls (DDC) automating the campus heating and cooling systems and equipment to provide comfort controls and
  • Automated and integrated control of all energy producing equipment on the campus inclusive of all control systems for the energy producing equipment and the existing electric substation

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