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C--MWRO MABO Multi-Disciplinary A/E CRM IDIQ Contract

Department of the Interior

The National Park Service (NPS), Midwest Region Major Acquisition Buying Office (MABO) located at 601 Riverfront Drive, Omaha, Nebraska 68102,

8/19/2019

C--National Park Service National Capital Region Architect-Engineering

Department of the Interior

IDIQ for Multi-Disciplinary Architect-Engineering (A-E) Services for projects within the National Park Service, National Capital Regoin. “This

50%) of the work on the project. To demonstrate such performance, Offerors are to state the percentage of work they performed. • If a proposed subcontractor also worked on the project, state the percentage of work it performed. • If an Offeror submits more than six (6) projects, those projects must reflect performance of work by the Offeror, or one or more of its proposed subcontractors. For each such project state the percentage of work performed by the Offeror, and/or the percentage of work performed by each proposed subcontractor. • Clearly identify the Project Type and the Offeror's role on the project, for example, Full Design, Design Build RFP Developer, or Contractor's Designer of Record. In Block 24, "cost" is the total value of the project, not simply the value of the work performed by the Offeror and/or any proposed subcontractor. To demonstrate quality of past performance, for each project the Offeror must provide a Contractor Performance Assessment Report (CPAR). If a CPAR is not available, the Offeror must provide a completed Past Performance Questionnaire (PPQ). If a PPQ is provided and there is a CPAR, the CPAR rating will govern. Quality of past performance information for key projects may be placed in Part II. The Government reserves the right to review any official performance evaluation system of records to inform its source selection decision. When completing Section G, in Block 26, along with the name of key personnel, include the firm with whom the person is or was associated at the time the project was performed. Those firms submitting as Joint Ventures (JV) must follow the same procedures as any other Offeror with the following exception. If the JV (the Offeror) cannot provide at least six (6) projects that demonstrate performance by the JV of 50% or more of a project, as either a prime contractor or subcontractor, the JV may provide projects performed by any partner of the offering JV that reflect performance of 50% or more of a project, as either a prime contractor or subcontractor. Of the projects submitted as prescribed above, relevant projects are those that reflect the specialized experience and technical competence of the Offeror and/or proposed subcontractor(s), as prime contractors or subcontractors, performing services similar to those described above in the paragraph titled Project Information. This factor may be assessed Strengths or Weaknesses, as appropriate. The basis of evaluation for Factor 2 will be information submitted in Part I, Sections F and G. Factor 3. Work Management (SF330, Part I, Section H) In Part I, Section H, the Offeror must provide a proposed work management plan demonstrating its team's breadth of knowledge and experience with managing designs for projects described in the Project Information section. The narrative should describe the corporate approach, driving criteria or potential constraints, and examples of successful performance. The narrative should specifically discuss knowledge of, and experience with, work management planning to include quality management, subcontractor management, prior experience of the prime firm and any significant consultant, version control management, proactive internal and external communication protocols, and independent submittal review processes in the context of providing services under multiple task orders. This factor may be assessed Strengths or Weaknesses, as appropriate. Factor 4. Past Performance (SF330, Part I, Section H) Offerors shall demonstrate in narrative (or other format) a history of customer satisfaction with the Offeror's quality of work, cost control and scheduling. Past Performance history is not to be limited to information presented in Factor 2. Past performance can be substantiated by presentation of CPARS or PPQ ratings, or customer ratings from other project evaluation systems. Customer excerpts or quotes from prior evaluations for the purposes of substantiating the narrative are not desired. The narrative should describe the corporate approach for maintaining success with customer satisfaction with the Offeror's quality of work, cost control and scheduling. Demonstrate specific past performance records of a minimum of five (5) years on previous architect/engineering work performed for federal, state and local government agencies, and private industry documenting the firm's quality of work, history of meeting performance schedules, ability to control both design staff and subcontractors, and ability to design within project proposed funding. Identify design team members, performance period(s), scope of projects, and start/end performance dates. References provided may be contacted as part of the evaluation process. Demonstrate specific past performance records of a minimum of five (5) years on previous environmental engineering and NEPA consulting work performed for federal, state and local government agencies, and private industry documenting the firm's quality of work, history of meeting performance schedules, ability to control both design staff and subcontractors, and ability to design within project proposed funding. Identify design team members, performance period(s), scope of projects, and start/end performance dates. References provided may be contacted as part of the evaluation process. This factor may be assessed Strengths or Weaknesses, as appropriate. Factor 5. Capacity to Accomplish the Work (SF330, Part I, Section H) Offerors are to clearly demonstrate the capacity to accomplish at least three (3) task orders simultaneously that range in dollar values from $50,000 to $300,000. The proposed work may be of short duration or may extend over several fiscal years, involving projects at various stages, which will require that the selected firm(s) must be capable of providing and managing a multi-disciplinary team from within the firm or in conjunction with sub-consultants. Demonstrate ability to successfully manage an interdisciplinary team and the capacity to respond to short timeframes and accomplish more than one project at a time within the desired schedules, while maintaining quality of work and control of costs. This factor may be assessed Strengths or Weaknesses, as appropriate. Factor 6. Knowledge of Locality (SF330, Part I, Section H) Offerors are to clearly demonstrate their knowledge of the locality of the National Capital Region. The narrative should describe any known geological features, climatic conditions, local construction methods, and/or other features that are unusual or unique to the metropolitan Washington, DC area. This factor may be assessed Strengths or Weaknesses, as appropriate. Factor 7. SB and SDB Participation (SF330, Part I, Section H) Offerors shall provide the extent of participation of small businesses, small disadvantaged businesses, historically black colleges and universities, and minority institutions. The participation is to be measured as a percentage of the total anticipated contract effort, regardless of whether the small businesses, small disadvantaged businesses, historically black colleges and universities, or minority institutions are the prime contractor, subcontractor, or joint venture partner. This factor is not to be confused with a formal subcontracting plan. This factor is a secondary criteria and will only be evaluated as a tie-breaker among technically equal firms. INTERVIEWS: As required by acquisition regulations, interviews for the purpose of discussing prospective contractor qualifications will be conducted by the A-E Evaluation Board (Selection Board). Interviews will be held with those offerors deemed by the Board to be Most Highly Qualified for award. Interviews will be conducted in person or by telephone and will most likely occur within two (2) to three (3) weeks after the Selection Board convenes. SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS: Interested A-E firms or joint ventures (JVs) with the capabilities to perform this work are invited to submit one (1) complete PDF copy on Compact Disc (CD) or Digital Versatile Disc (DVD) of their SF330 (Architect-Engineer Qualifications) proposal to: NATIONAL PARK SERVICE, NATIONAL CAPITAL REGION CONTRACTING, Attn: Stacey Rickard, 1100 OHIO DRIVE, SW, WASHINGTON, DC, 20242. The current edition of the SF330 must be used, and may be obtained from the Government Printing Office or from the following web site: http://www.gsa.gov/portal/forms/download/116486. PDFs shall be compatible with Adobe Acrobat XI or an earlier version. Proposals submitted in a format other than as described above will not be accepted. All Offerors responding to this solicitation MUST identify in the SF330 and label the CD or DVD with their company name and solicitation number. All will be considered UNRESTRICTED for evaluation purposes. All Offerors, to include JVs, submitting proposals shall obtain a DUNS number. Include the DUNS number in Part I, Section B, Block 5 next to the name of the firm. Additionally, all Offerors, to include JVs, must be registered in the System for Award Management (SAM). For instructions on registering with the SAM, go to https://www.sam.gov/portal/public/SAM/. JVs are to include a fully executed JV Agreement with their proposal at Part II. JVs submitting as 8(a) are to include a JV Agreement that has been reviewed by their respective SBA District. All fonts shall be at least 12 or larger in Arial (not Arial Narrow) to include text, tables and figures. Pages shall be 8-1/2 inches by 11 inches. The Organization Chart required in Part I, Section D and the Matrix required by Part I, Section G may be presented on a sheet up to 11 inches by 17 inches folded neatly to 8-1/2 inches by 11 inches, each counting as one page respectively. Do not use multi-column formatting. The PDF copy on CD or DVD is to be organized as indicated below. Part I of the SF330 shall not exceed 70 pages, front side only, including tabs, separators and blank sheets, and shall be organized as follows: Tab A - SF330, Part I, Sections A, B, C and D. Tab B - SF330, Part I, Section E. Tab C - SF330, Part I, Section F. Tab D - SF330, Part I, Section G. Tab E - SF330, Part I, Sections H and I. Part II of the SF330 shall not exceed 30 pages, front side only, including tabs, separators and blank sheets. A Part II is required for each branch office of the Offeror and any subcontractor that will perform a key role under the contract. Part II shall be organized as follows: Tab F - SF330, Part II Tab G - Joint Venture Agreement (as applicable) (This document does not count against the page limitation for Part II.) Tab H - Specialized Experience and Technical Competence - Quality of Past Performance (This document does not count against the page limitation for Part II.) NOTE: THIS IS NOT A REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS. QUALIFICATIONS PACKAGES MUST BE RECEIVED AT THE ADDRESS INDICATED ABOVE NO LATER THAN 1400 (2:00 PM) EASTERN TIME ON MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2019. The NPS may not accept packages received after this time and date. To verify your submittal has been delivered, you may email Stacey Rickard at stacey_rickard@nps.gov. '>
8/15/2019

R--Augusta EUL Developer

Department of Veterans Affairs

DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS AFFAIRS REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS (RFQ)No. 36E77619Q0126VETERANS AFFAIRS MEDICAL CENTER UPTOWN DIVISIONENHANCED-USE

8/9/2019

THRO 228216 -Stabilize & Rehabilitate the Historic Peaceful Valley

Department of the Interior

Solicitation: 140P2019R0083 Agency/Office:National Park Service Location:DSC-CS-Contracting Services Group Title:THRO 228216 -Stabilize &

8/8/2019

THRO 228216 -Stabilize & Rehabilitate the Historic Peaceful Valley

Department of the Interior

Solicitation: 140P2019R0083 Agency/Office:National Park Service Location:DSC-CS-Contracting Services Group Title:THRO 228216 -Stabilize &

8/8/2019

Rehabilitate Visitor Center Sidewalk, Primary and Overflow Parking and

Department of the Interior

A Pre-Solicitation Notice was posted on June 18, 2019. This acquisition is being solicited as a Total Small Business set-aside. Any and all

7/22/2019

Rehabilitate Visitor Center Sidewalk, Primary and Overflow Parking and

Department of the Interior

A Pre-Solicitation Notice was posted on June 18, 2019. This acquisition is being solicited as a Total Small Business set-aside. Any and all

7/22/2019

Rehabilitate Visitor Center Sidewalk, Primary and Overflow Parking and

Department of the Interior

A Pre-Solicitation Notice was posted on June 18, 2019. This acquisition is being solicited as a Total Small Business set-aside. Any and all

7/22/2019

Y--Building 1 Design Bid Build Project

Department of Veterans Affairs

Description The Department of Veterans Affairs is looking for firms that are classified under one or more of the following SBA programs: 8(a),

7/22/2019

Y--Building 1 Design Bid Build Project

Department of Veterans Affairs

Description The Department of Veterans Affairs is looking for firms that are classified under one or more of the following SBA programs: 8(a),

7/22/2019

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