Architect/Engineer Services - Western Regional Office.
The Federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP), Western Regional Office (WXRO) anticipates the need for a single award, indefinite delivery indefinite quantity (IDIQ), firm fixed price contract for supplemental architect/engineering (A/E) services with a one-year base requirement and up to four option years. The services will be for various BOP facilities in the Western Region, which encompass the states of Arizona, California, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Oregon, Utah, Washington and Wyoming. The following is a list of correctional facilities in, California: Atwater, Dublin, Herlong, Lompoc (2) Los Angeles, Mendota, Taft, Terminal Island, San Diego, and Victorville (3).
Correctional facilities in the remaining states are as follows: Arizona: Phoenix, Safford, Tucson (2), Hawaii: Honolulu, Oregon: Sheridan, and Washington: Sea-Tac. Currently there are no Bureau of Prisons’ facilities in Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Utah and Wyoming. The Contractor shall provide A&E (Architectural and Engineering) services that fully cover all disciplines required for a complete job. Services shall include but not be limited to: Architectural, Civil engineering, Structural Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Studies, Master Planning, Environmental Assessments, Site investigation, Utility Studies, Project Programing, Design Concepts, Design, Construction Documents, Cost Estimates, Pre-Bid meetings at sites, Assistance in Bid Evaluation, Pre-construction conferences at Site, Construction Administration services, Submittal Review, Construction Contract Modification assistance, Site Visits during Construction, Project Close out services, and all consultant work called for in each Task Order. All Architects and Engineers performing work will have to be licensed in Arizona, California, Hawaii, Oregon and Washington States.
Most projects will take place in a fully occupied, fully operational, secure correctional environment. Most projects require complex design effort and detail along with extensive coordination between design disciplines, the institution, and the Regional Office during design and construction. Institutions, located at a total of eighteen (18) different site locations in the Western Region, are comprised of multiple prison complexes, several institutions and satellite camps. Projects at select institutions may involve issues of national security.
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