ID FA8201-19-R-0001
Date 02/01/2019
Type Architectural Services
Sector Civic buildings / Infrastructure / Landscape / Transport
City Hill AFB, UT
Country United States
Posted By Air Force Materiel Command 
Language English 
Deadline 11/01/2019
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Summary Air force base design services 
Description

The Air Force has a requirement for Architect-Engineer (A-E) Services to support the 75th Civil Engineering Group’s (75 CEG) mission at Hill Air Force Base (Hill AFB), Utah. Performance will take place at Hill AFB or other geographically separated areas under the jurisdiction of Hill AFB, such as Little Mountain Test Annex, Utah Test and Training Range, Boulder Seismic Station, etc. The work will involve multiple A-E disciplines in the performance of Title I, Title II and Other A-E Services and projects will vary in complexity, scope and objectives.

To support this requirement, the Government intends to award indefinite-delivery indefinite-quantity (IDIQ) contracts to approximately six (6) firms sharing a total estimated program ceiling of $36M. If, during the selection process, the Contracting Officer (CO) determines that awarding more or fewer contracts is in the best interest of the Government, the CO may adjust the number of awarded contracts accordingly or, potentially, award no contracts at all. Contract award is anticipated no earlier than March 2019.

Any IDIQs awarded under this procurement will be Firm Fixed Price with a 5-year continuous ordering period and a period of performance not to exceed seven (7) years. Each IDIQ will also have a single 1-year option to extend the ordering period for a total 6-year continuous ordering period, if the option is exercised. The total period of performance will remain not to exceed seven (7) years.

The selection process will be conducted in accordance with The Selection of Architects and Engineers Statute (40 U.S.C. Chapter 11), Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) Subpart 36.6, Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS) Subpart 236.6 and Air Force Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (AFFARS) Subpart 5336.6.
Professional Qualifications: SF330 Part I Sections C, D and E will be used to evaluate this criterion. The Air Force will consider any information which may be pertinent to this criterion, including the following: proposed key personnel, professional registration, competence, related experiences to accomplish this work, education, and years with the company for the primary disciplines below:
a. Project/Program Management
b. Architecture
c. Structural Engineering
d. Mechanical Engineering
e. Electrical Engineering
f. Civil Engineering/Landscape Architecture
g. Fire Suppression Engineering
h. Construction Cost Estimating
i. Construction Inspection (Title II Quality Assurance)
j. Surveying

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