Design-Build Services for the Expansion & Modernization Project, Phase 1 at the San Luis I Land Port of Entry.
The San Luis I Land Port of Entry (LPOE) is located on 12.1 acres of and at the intersection of Highway 95 and the International Border with Mexico in San Luis, Arizona. The facility was originally constructed in 1984 as a multimodal commercial and non-commercial port; however, in 2010 the commercial operations were shifted to the new San Luis II LPOE located approximately eight miles to the east. Currently San Luis I is the second busiest non-commercial land port of entry in Arizona and processes more than 3 million POVs and 2.5 million pedestrians each year. These numbers are expected to continue to steadily rise in the coming years. Given the facility’s age, many of the structures and building systems are nearing or past their operational life and do not comply with the GSA P100 Facilities Standards or the U.S. Custom & Border Protection’s (CBP) Design Guide. The outdated facility can no longer effectively support nor enforce the missions of CBP due to increasing traffic demands and declining structural quality. To address this, an expansion and modernization project is currently being developed by the GSA.
The GSA is finalizing a A/E Pre-Design Submittal to assist in identifying the project’s scope of work and program of requirements for the completion of a new non-commercial facility. With the exception of the recently completed North Annex Building, no existing facilities are recommended to remain based upon the deteriorating utilities and infrastructure, and given the existing general site layout issues. The GSA will utilize the completed A/E Pre-Design Submittal to develop the Expansion & Modernization Project, Phase 1 at the San Luis I LPOE.
The proposed Phase 1 project will involve both new construction and demolition of existing facilities, and include but is not limited to the following primary scope of work elements:
Base Scope of Work
Northbound Privately Owned Vehicle (POV) Primary Inspection
Northbound POV Secondary Inspection
Secondary Inspection Garage
Required Surface Parking
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