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FBO DAILY ISSUE OF APRIL 18, 2004 FBO #0874
SPECIAL NOTICE

C -- DESIGN/PROFESSIONAL SERVICES TO REHABILITATE, MODERNIZE, OR PROVIDE NEW CIVIL/ENVIRONMENTAL OR MECHANICAL FACILITIES AND SYSTEMS AT KSC, CCAFS, VAFB, AND/OR SHUTTLE LANDING SITES

Notice Date
4/16/2004
 
Notice Type
Special Notice
 
NAICS
541330 — Engineering Services
 
Contracting Office
NASA/John F. Kennedy Space Center, Procurement, Kennedy Space Center, FL 32899
 
ZIP Code
32899
 
Solicitation Number
NASA-SNOTE-040416-001
 
Archive Date
4/16/2005
 
Description
Design and other Professional Services Required to Rehabilitate, Modernize, or Provide New Civil/Environmental Facilities and Systems at Kennedy Space Center (KSC), Florida; Cape Canaveral Air Force Station (CCAFS), Florida; Vandenberg Air Force Base (VAFB), California; and/or overseas emergency Shuttle Landing Sites. And, Design and other Professional Services Required to Rehabilitate, Modernize, or Provide New Mechanical Facilities and Systems at Kennedy Space Center (KSC), Florida; Cape Canaveral Air Force Station (CCAFS), Florida; Vandenberg Air Force Base (VAFB), California; and/or overseas emergency Shuttle Landing Sites. This synopsis specifies the Government?s requirement. There is no separate solicitation package. No more than one copy of the A&E?s response to this notice is required. Two separate contracts will be awarded; one for on-call Civil/Environmental A&E services and one for on-call Mechanical A&E services. The selected A&E firm(s) will provide studies, surveys, and reports; develop complete design packages; and at the discretion of KSC, will perform other professional and incidental services, such as project and construction management support in all phases of the work throughout the design and construction. This may include review of shop drawings, progress schedules, pay requests and cost proposals, resolution of design or construction issues, and providing construction administration and inspection services. A&E firms will be selected in accordance with the evaluation factors described below. Each A&E firm providing a submittal must clearly indicate the discipline for which they would like to be considered (civil/environmental or mechanical). If a firm would like to be considered for more than one of these disciplines, they must submit separate and complete response packages for each. Each separate package shall be tailored to the specific discipline and be consistent with the requirements of this synopsis, and shall not exceed 30 pages. Submittals that are not tailored to either Mechanical or Civil/Environmental will not be considered for award. The 30 page limit excludes the Standard Forms 254 and 255, but includes any additional information the offeror feels may benefit their firm in the selection process. Only the first 30 pages of an offer that exceeds the page limitation will be evaluated. A page is defined as one side of an 8 1/2" x 11" sheet of paper (fold out sheets will be counted as multiple pages in accordance with their size). In addition, the character size shall be a minimum of 10 font, single spaced. Offers may submit on single or double sided sheets, but shall not exceed the page limitation. Cover pages and tab pages are acceptable but information on these pages will not be considered. CIVIL/ENVIRONMENTAL For informational purposes the magnitude of the work involved is estimated to be $1,000,000 per year. The selected A&E firm will be awarded a Basic Ordering Agreement, against which fixed price delivery orders will be issued. Services will be provided for twelve (12) months and at the government?s discretion, for up to four additional one-year options. This project will include tasks which involve essential or substantial effort in civil/environmental systems, equipment, and/or facilities. The professional services required for this project may include, but will not necessarily be limited to, conducting field investigations, surveys, testing and analysis of existing or planned civil/environmental work and support systems, preparing engineering reports of recommended actions, and/or preparing final designs suitable for competitive bidding. Requirements will be associated with the restoration, rehabilitation, or modifications of existing facilities and systems or construction of new facilities and systems. The selected A&E firm must have the capacity to provide all the personnel to perform all the work identified. All packages prepared by the A&E firm shall include detailed cost estimates. Approved designs will be utilized for the advertising and award of fixed price construction contracts. Project sites will be primarily located at KSC and CCAFS with a minimal number located at other KSC support centers including VAFB. All tasks will require multi-disciplined engineering skills for performance of the required work. The selected A&E firm?s project staff must include, as a minimum, specialists in the following engineering disciplines who must have demonstrated experience in the specific disciplines: Civil with environmental engineering experience, Structural, Architect, Electrical, and Mechanical engineering. This staff shall have a combined specialized experience in the design of sewage treatment facilities, road repair and development, parking facilities, new and reconfigured structures and facilities, site development including storm water management and utilities, and facility equipment design to process and condition all types of hazardous and industrial waste products. Additional demonstrated experience shall be in HVAC/plumbing, industrial and institutional type electrical systems, grounding, lighting, lightning protection, fire alarm and detection systems, machine systems, and construction management. The A&E shall have demonstrated experience in producing sustainable, energy efficient, environmentally friendly designs that enable new construction or major renovation projects to be certified under the guidelines of the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Green Building Rating System. The A&E shall also have demonstrated experience in system testing, analysis and preparation of operating and maintenance documentation, including spares provisioning, as well as failure and hazard analyses. For state-regulated permits, the A&E shall have staff with Professional Engineering license in the state of Florida. MECHANICAL For informational purposes the magnitude of the work involved is estimated to be $1,000,000 per year. The selected A&E firm will be awarded a Basic Ordering Agreement, against which fixed price delivery orders will be issued. Services will be provided for twelve (12) months and at the government?s discretion, for up to four additional one-year options. This project shall include tasks which involve essential or substantial effort in mechanical systems, equipment and or facilities. The professional services required for this project may include, but will not necessarily be limited to, conducting field investigations, surveys, testing and analysis of existing or planned mechanical and support systems, and preparing engineering reports of recommended actions and/or final designs, suitable for competitive bidding. Requirements will be associated with the restoration, rehabilitation, or modifications of existing facilities and systems or construction of new facilities and systems. The selected A&E firm must have the capacity to provide all the personnel to perform all the work identified. All packages prepared by the A&E firm shall include detailed cost estimates. Approved designs will be utilized for the advertising and award of fixed price construction contracts. Project sites will be primarily located at KSC and CCAFS with a minimal number located at other KSC support centers including VAFB. All tasks will require multi-disciplined engineering skills for performance of the required work. The selected A&E firm?s project staff must include, as a minimum, specialists in the following engineering disciplines who must have demonstrated experience in the specific disciplines: Mechanical, Structural, Civil with environmental experience, and Electrical engineering. Experience in design of fire protection systems, all types and sizes of HVAC systems, high temperature hot water boilers, piping, fluid systems, chilled water, compressed gas systems, clean rooms, elevators, hoists and cranes, specialized mechanical equipment and controls (including direct digital control (DDC)), and facilities to house mechanical equipment, is required. The A&E shall have demonstrated experience in producing sustainable, energy efficient, environmentally friendly designs that enable new construction or major renovation projects to be certified under the guidelines of the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Green Building Rating System. The A&E shall also have demonstrated experience in mechanical system testing, analysis and preparation of operating and maintenance documentation, including spares provisioning, as well as failure and hazard analyses. For state-regulated permits, the A&E shall have staff with Professional Engineering license in the state of Florida. EVALUATION FACTORS The following evaluation factors are in descending order of importance and will be used in the evaluation of all A&E submittals for these projects. NASA will consider the immediate past 10 years as the period of time for evaluation under factors (1) and (2). 1. Specialized experience and technical competence in the type of work required.(Selection Weight, 40 percent) 2. Past performance on contracts with Government agencies and private industry in terms of cost control, quality of work, compliance with performance schedules, and success in prescribing the use of recovered materials and achieving waste reduction and energy efficiency in facility design. (Selection Weight, 25 percent) 3. Professional qualification necessary for satisfactory performance of required services. (Selection Weight, 15 percent) 4. Capacity to accomplish the work in the required time. (Selection Weight, 15 percent) 5. Location of the essential staff for this project (or a commitment to locate) in the general geographical area of the project and knowledge of the locality of the project, provided that application of this criterion leaves an appropriate number of qualified firms, given the nature and size of the project. (Selection Weight, 5 percent). As a part of your submittal, provide in order of the above factors, a specific response to each factor. Specify A&E Fees, if any, received by prime contract with NASA. A&E?s responding to this notice should submit, along with the Standard Forms 254 and 255, any additional information that they deem to be of benefit to the firm in the selection process. The proposed design team qualifications as they relate to the specialized experience and technical competence required for this project should be stated. Closing date for responding to this notice is close of business 05/21/04. Offerors are cautioned that submittals received after the specified closing date may be considered late---see note 24---all references in numbered note 24 to the Department of Defense shall be changed to read National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Technical questions should be directed to Mr. Daniel Tweed, (321) 867-3416, for the Civil/Environmental discipline or to Ms. Krista Shaffer, (321) 867-3337, for the Mechanical discipline. Submittals should be made in writing to NASA, John F. Kennedy Space Center, Mail Code: OP-CIAO, Bldg. N6-1009, Kennedy Space Center, FL 32899. All qualified firms may provide a submittal. This is not a small-business set-aside. Please reference R-2004-2 when responding.
 
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