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561-19-126 Repair for Floor OR #6

New York, United States
Government : Federal
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This notice is for Solicitation Number 36C24219R0130 - 561-19-126 Repair for Floor OR #6 at VA NJ Health Care System (East Orange Campus), 385 Tremont Ave, East Orange, NJ 07018
This shall be a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) Set-Aside. As a result, all SDVOSB's may submit a Proposal, which will be considered by the agency. This project is classified under NAICS Code 238330, and has a Size Standards of $15.0 million. The cost estimate range for this project is $25,000 and $100,000.
1. Contract Title.
Surgical Suite OR # 6 Flooring
2. Background.
Existing OR # 6 floor is damaged, has cracks due to building shifting.
3. Scope.
Work is located in VA New Jersey Health Care System East Orange Campus, Surgical Suite Operating Room # 6 located in Building # 1 2nd floor. The existing Expoxy floor needs to be replaced due to crack in the floor in several locations. This OR #6 needs to be replaced with an Medical Grade seamless surface, and with specially formulated, high quality, clear, 100% solids, anti-microbial reinforced, polymeric Epoxy/Urethane, with a continues 6 base cove height @ wall and cabinet.

4. Specific Tasks.
The scope of work shall include but not be limited to the following:
Operating Room #6, located in Building 1, requires the complete removal of all existing epoxy flooring materials. Condition of substrate is unknown, and the condition of same, once the legacy materials are removed, cannot be established at this time. Contractor shall use care to ensure that substrate remains intact and that proper floor preparation can be completed per manufacturer s specs, generally accepted industry practices, and all applicable VA specifications.
Floor preparation shall include the following activities:
Surface must be clean and dry.
Removal of all dust, laitance, grease, and any curing compounds is required.
Bond any inhibiting impregnations, waxes and other contaminants as required.
Surface shall be properly patched and leveled, with any and all projections and rough spots, including cracks eliminated as required.
Concrete substrate shall be cleaned and prepped to achieve a laitance-free and contaminant-free, open textured surface by shot blasting or equivalent mechanical means (CSP-3 to CSP-4 as per ICRI guidelines). Surface preparation is critical.
Walls, ceilings, ductwork and any fixtures that remain in the OR shall be properly protected from damage and dust particles dueing this process.
Sweep and vacuum any and all remaining dirt and dust with a wet/dry vacuum. Removing residual dust will help ensure a proper bond between the primer and substrate.
If the shot-blasting method is utilized, the resultant texture oif the concrete substrate shall be of uniform texture. Do not over-blast any area, as marks will likely show through the top coat of the finished product, which will be unacceptable.
Substrate shall then be properly primed in preparation for the application of top coats.
Primer shall be specifically manufactured to work with the specifically approved coating materials approved by the VA.
Primer shall be allowed sufficient cure time, as per manufacturer s specification.
Prime coat shall be complete, shall be applied over the enture substrate, shall be uniformly applied, and shall be free from pores and pinholes.
At the completion of all floor preparation activities, the Contractor shall install Sikafloor 315 or equivalent. Sikafloor 315 is a high solids, low VOC abrasion resistant, aliphatic polyurethane coating. To be applied as a four (4) part pigmented coating, with approved color chosen by the Department of Veterans Affairs. Wear additive shall be included to increase abrasion resistance.
Sikaflooor shall be applied in compliance with any applicable VA Specifications and in compliance with best practices as specified by Manufacturer for a defect-free finished product.
If an alternate product is recommended by the Contractor, all comparative data shall be presented to the VA as a submission. VA may reject alterate products recommended by the Contractor if, in the opinion of the Contracting Officer and COR, said product is inferior.

All work shall be performed during weekends starting on Friday after 7pm and finish by Sunday 6pm. Work shall be completed within the OR 6 and seamlessly ending with corridor doors and adjacent support spaces.. All work must be done in neat and clean order to maintain the area sterile conditions. The contractor shall provide all necessary negative pressure dust barrier and maintain all infection control requirements based on the area sensitivity. The contractor shall also provide All necessary clean up prior to leaving the site at the end of each work day. Using critical barriers, seal off the perimeter to the regulated area to completely isolate the regulated area from adjacent spaces. All horizontal surfaces, as required, in the regulated area must be covered with 2 layers of 6 mil fire retardant poly to prevent contamination and to facilitate clean-up.
The Surgical area is a sterile environment and proper sterile clothing must be worn at all times. After every weekend work/ phasing completed Surgical Operating area must be return in full compliance with sterile conditions.
Sikafloor 315 Abrasion Resistant Aliphatic Polyurethane as a topcoat for the Sika Quartzite will resist staining to blood and Betadine/Iodine when cleaned within 8 hours.We have not tested Methylene Blue for chemical or stain resistance.

5. Performance Monitoring (if applicable).
Work shall be coordinated with facility thru the COR. COR will monitor the contractor work performance on a weekend basis and the contractor is required to submit daily s progress report to the COR.

6. Security Requirements.
General Contractor s employees shall not enter the project site without appropriate badge. They may also be subject to inspection of their personal effects when entering or leaving the project site. For working outside the "Friday 7pm to Sunday 6pm" as defined in the Contract, The General Contractor shall give 3 days notice to the Contracting Officer so that security [escort][ arrangements] can be provided for contractor employees.
No photography of VA premises is allowed without written permission of the Contracting Officer.
VA reserves the right to close down or shut down the project site and order General Contractor s employees off the premises in the event of a national emergency. The General Contractor may return to the site only with the written approval of the Contracting Officer.

7. Government-Furnished Equipment (GFE)/Government-Furnished Information (GFI).

8. Other Pertinent Information or Special Considerations.
a. Identification of Possible Follow-on Work.
Not Used
b. Identification of Potential Conflicts of Interest (COI).
Not Used
e. Inspection and Acceptance Criteria.
The COTR is responsible for certifying that the work done under the contract is performed to time and standard. They are also responsible to assure the inspection and acceptance of products provided incidental to services.
9. Risk Control
Contractor shall take all measures for safety & infection control and provide all material necessary for protecting existing equipment and property in affected areas of construction against dust and debris, so that equipment and affected areas to be used in the Medical Centers operations will not be hindered.
Contractor shall permit access to Department of Veterans Affairs personnel and patients through other construction areas which serve as routes of access to such affected areas and equipment. Coordinate alteration work in areas occupied by Department of Veterans Affairs so that Medical Center operations will continue during the construction period.
10. Place of Performance.
VA NJ Health Care System (East Orange Campus), 385 Tremont Ave, East Orange, NJ 07018
Minimize interference of construction activities with flow of Medical Center traffic, Keep roads, walks and entrances to grounds, to parking and to occupied areas of buildings clear of construction materials, debris and standing construction equipment and vehicles.
11. Period of Performance.
Contractor to start immediately after receiving the NTP, completion time is 90 calendar days after NTP.

Lisa Lake, Contract Specialist

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