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Nationwide Architect and Engineering IDIQ - Small Business Pool

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City, State (County) State-Wide: AL, AZ, CO, CT, DC, DE, FL, GA, KY, MA, MD, ME, MI, NC, NH, NJ, NM, NY, OH, PA, PR, RI, SC, TN, TX, UT, VA, VI, VT, WV
Category(s) Professional Services
Sub-Category(s) Architectural, Engineering
Contracting Method Competitive Bids.
Project Status Results
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Estimated Value Less than $10,000,000
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Projects may include, but are not limited to include planning, development of design and construction plans, construction specifications and construction cost estimates, operation and maintenance plans, and construction observation, as well as research, evaluation, analysis, strategic planning, inventory and monitoring, compliance and permitting (including environmental, construction, National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), and National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA) - Section 106) for the following types of projects: • Buildings and Structures • Compliance and/or Construction Permitting • Dam, Levee and Canals Safety Assessments and Engineering • Drainage and Storm Water Management Systems • Electrical Systems • Environmental Engineering • Fire Protection Engineering • Flood Risk Assessments - Protection and Delineation • Geotechnical Engineering and Analysis • Historic Structures • Historic and Cultural Landscapes • Life Safety • Marine and Coastal Facilities • Mechanical Systems • Memorials • Revegetation, Planting Plans and/or Landscape Improvements • Security and Data Systems • Seismic Engineering • Site Development • Transportation Engineering including safety and congestion management • Transportation Facilities, including roads and bridges • Trail systems • Traffic Systems • Water and Wastewater Systems and Facilities Additional tasks may include but are not limited to: Participation in community/stakeholder workshops, open houses or planning efforts, assistance in the preparation of environmental compliance analysis and documents, including Environmental Assessment's (EA) and Environmental Impact Statement's (EIS); preparation of complex sensitive, environmentally sustainable planning and plans, specifications and estimates; facilitating and preparing value engineering studies and/or value analysis/choosing by advantages (VA/CBA) studies to evaluate proposed design solutions. While the majority of projects for the National Park Service are not classified, some projects may include classified information that shall require the firm to have the required security clearances that meet the required classification level for that project. Requirements for Security clearances will be determined at the Task Order level. Firms must have an active security clearance in order to be eligible for award of such task orders. Required disciplines include, but are not limited to, registered professional engineers in the following areas: civil, electrical, environmental, fire protection, geotechnical, mechanical, sanitary and structural. Additional disciplines which may be required infrequently for some projects include registered or certified professionals in the following areas: These disciplines are not required to be included in the initial proposal, but firms must acknowledge their willingness to seek out these disciplines as needed and negotiate fair and reasonable rates post-award. • Audio/Visual Design • Acoustic Design • Archeology • Anthropology • Architectural Barriers Act Accessibility Standards (ABAAS) Specialist • Architecture (Contemporary, Historic, and residential housing) • Architectural Conservation • Botany and/or Landscape Ecology • Coastal Engineering • Commissioning • Construction Administration and Management • Cost Engineering/Cost Estimating/Cost Control/Life Cycle Costing • Cultural and Natural Resources Specialist (NEPA & Section 106 Compliance Specialist) • Economists and Socio-economists • Energy Modeling and Analysis • Environmental Compliance and Planning • Environmental Science • Facility Condition Assessment Specialists • Geology • Hazardous Materials Abatement (primarily lead, asbestos, and contaminated soil) • Hydrology • Industrial Hygiene • Interior Design • Interpretation and Exhibit/Media Design • Inspection and Hydraulic Structures Risk Estimation and Assessment • Landscape Architecture (Contemporary and Historic) • Land and Hydrographic Surveying • LEED Accredited Professional • Lighting Design (Including Dark Sky Compliance) • Planning • Programmatic Accessibility (Section 504 & 508) • Marine Engineering • Recreation Planning and Design • Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) • Security and Access Control Engineering • Seismic Engineering • Small Scale and Renewable Energy Systems Engineering • Sustainable Technologies Specialists • Telecommunications Specialist • Telemetry • Theatrical Design (including Stage Rigging System Design) • Transportation and Traffic Engineering • Value Analysis and Specialists • Wetland Specialist • Wildlife biology Required services, e.g., AutoCAD drafting and 3D modeling, Building Information Modeling, Revit, Microstation, GIS, Microsoft Office applications, Project Scheduling Software, Adobe Acrobat, etc. may be required in the performance of specific task order requirements. Incidental services, including removal of building finishes, mock up, destructive testing, foundation testing, etc., may be required to determine actual site conditions. Restoration of surfaces (plaster/drywall repair, masonry, carpentry, backfill, etc.) may be required to keep facilities operational. • Renovation/new roadways, transportation corridors, parking lots, and bridges. Projects include all utilities, site improvements, and vehicular/ accessible pedestrian connections. • Replacement/new utility systems, such as wastewater, electrical, water and water treatment, heating/cooling, telecom, wells, and distribution systems. Projects include all site improvements, building repairs, vehicular and accessible pedestrian connections. • Rehabilitation/renovation or construction of new buildings (Visitor Centers, Comfort Stations, Bathhouses, Museums, Lighthouses, Housing, Administration and miscellaneous Park structures). Projects include all utilities, site improvements, vehicular and accessible pedestrian connections and revegetation. Rehabilitation/renovation projects will often include historic structures. • Rehabilitation/renovation of historical battlefields and landscapes. Projects include all utilities, site improvements, and vehicular and accessible pedestrian connections, and revegetation. • Rehabilitation/renovation/new trail and corridor design. Projects include all utilities, site improvements, vehicular and accessible pedestrian connections, and revegetation. • Rehabilitation/renovation/new seawalls, canals, breakwater systems, board walks, Marinas, wharfs, and associated aquatic structures. Projects include all utilities, site improvements, and vehicular and accessible pedestrian connections, and revegetation. • Restore/rehabilitate, stabilize and create riverbanks, wetlands, riparian corridors, and coastal environments. • Rehabilitation/create new cave trails entrances, and all associated needs for cave projects. Projects include all utilities, site improvements, and vehicular and accessible pedestrian connections, and revegetation. • Renovation/new campgrounds and associated structures. Projects include all utilities, site improvements, and vehicular and accessible pedestrian connections, and revegetation.


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