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Naval Submarine Base Kings Bay Maintenance Dredging 44,45, and 47-Foot Project Camden County, Georgia


Florida, United States
Government : Military
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The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Jacksonville District is issuing this sources sought synopsis as a means of conducting market research to identify parties having an interest in and the resources to support this requirement for Naval Submarine Base Kings Bay Maintenance Dredging 44,45, and 47-Foot Project Camden County, Georgia. The result of this market research will contribute to determining the method of procurement. The applicable North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) code assigned to this procurement is 237990 and $27.5 million.


There is no solicitation at this time. This request for capability information does not constitute a request for proposals; submission of any information in response to this market survey is purely voluntary; the government assumes no financial responsibility for any costs incurred.


The purpose of this synopsis is to gain knowledge of interest, capabilities and qualifications of various members of industry, namely the Small Business Community to include Section 8(a), Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB), Women-Owned (WOSB) and Historically Underutilized (HUBZone) concerns. The Government must ensure there is adequate competition among the potential pool of responsible contractors.


Work is divided into a Base and eight options as indicated below. For the base and the eight dredging options, this contract incorporates two feet of allowable overdepth throughout. Work also includes Bird Monitoring and Standby Time.


Base: Base work consists of maintenance dredging from Station 31+800 toStation 48+175 with 44-foot, 45-foot and 47-foot required depths, Upper Turning Basin with 45-foot required depth, Site Six North with 39-foot required depth, Magnetic Silencing Facility (MSF) North with 44-foot required depth, and the Explosive Handling Basin with 44-foot and 47-foot required depth. The placement of the dredged material will be at Crab Island Dredge Material Placement Facility (DMPF) (D/A-C) and Disposal Area 2 (D/A-2), as shown on the plans and as directed by the Contracting Officer. Additional Base work also includes Bird Monitoring and Standby Time.

Option A: Option A consists of maintenance dredging of the Site Six Operating Area South and Medium Auxiliary Repair Dock (ARDM) Yoke Area to a 45-footrequired depth with disposal at Crab Island DMPF (D/A-C) as directed by the Contracting Officer. Option A work also includes Bird Monitoring.


Option B: Option B consists of maintenance dredging of the Explosive HandlingWharves (EHW) to a 47-foot required depth with disposal at Crab Island DMPF (D/A-C) as directed by the Contracting Officer. Option B work also includes Bird Monitoring.


Option C: Option C consists of maintenance dredging of the Refit Wharves to a47-foot required depth with disposal at Disposal Area 2 (D/A-2) asdirected by the Contracting Officer. Option C work also includes BirdMonitoring.


Option D: Option D consists of maintenance dredging of the Drydock Caisson Gate Sill & Drydock Caisson Gate Mooring Facility to a 46-foot required depth with disposal at Disposal Area 2 (D/A-2) as directed by the Contracting Officer. Option D work also includes Bird Monitoring.


Option E: Option E consist of supplying an additional two hundred (200) field cut weir riser boards as requested by the Contracting Officer.


Option F: Option F consists of maintenance dredging of the Interior of the Magnetic Silencing Facility (MSF) to a 44-foot required depth with disposal at Crab Island DMPF (D/A-C) as directed by the Contracting Officer. Option F work also includes Bird Monitoring.


Option G: Option G consists of maintenance dredging of the Magnetic Silencing Facility (MSF) South to a 44-foot required depth with disposal at Crab Island DMPF (D/A-C) as directed by the Contracting Officer. Option G work also includes Bird Monitoring.


Option H: Option H consists of secondary maintenance dredging. Those areas include Site Six Operating Area South and Medium Auxiliary Repair Dock (ARDM) Yoke Area to a 45-foot required depth (disposal at D/A-C), Explosive Handling Wharves (EHW) to a 47-foot required depth (disposal at D/A-C), Refit Wharves to a 47-foot required depth (disposal at D/A-2) and the Drydock Caisson Gate Sill & Drydock Caisson Gate Mooring Facility to a 46-foot required depth (disposal at D/A-2) as directed by the Contracting Officer. Option H work also includes mobilization and demobilization, Bird Monitoring and Standby time.



Estimated construction range- $10,500,000 - $17,500,000.



Firm's response to this Synopsis shall be limited to 10 pages and shall include the following information:


1. Firm's name, address, point of contact, phone number, website, and email address.
2. Firm's interest in bidding on the solicitation when it is issued.
3. Firm's capability to perform a contract of this magnitude and complexity (include firm's capability to execute comparable work performed within the past 5 years:
Brief description of the project, customer name, timeliness of performance, customer satisfaction, and dollar value of the project) - provide at least 3 examples.
4. Firm's Business category and Business Size -Other than Small, Small Business, 8(a), SDVOSB, WOSB, or HUBzone. If your firm is a Small Business, be sure you understand the performance of work requirements for your specific socioeconomic category. i.e. SB, 8(a), SDVOSB, WOSB, or HUBZone.
5. If significant subcontracting or teaming is anticipated in order to deliver technical capability, firms should address the structure of such arrangements to include Joint Venture information if applicable - existing and potential.
6. Firm's Bonding Capability (construction bonding level per contract and aggregate construction bonding level, both expressed in dollars) via letter from bonding company


All responses to this sources sought notice/market research will be evaluated and used in determining acquisition strategy.


Submission Instructions: Interested parties who consider themselves qualified to perform the above-listed services are invited to submit a response to this Sources Sought Notice by 2:00 pm, EST on 11 October 2018. All responses under this Sources Sought Notice must be emailed to william.j.wallace@usace.army.mil.


Prior Government contract work is not required for submitting a response under this sources sought synopsis.


You must be registered with the System for Award Management (SAM) in order to receive a Government contract award. To register go to www.sam.gov.


If you have any questions concerning this opportunity, please contact: William Wallace by email william.j.wallace@usace.army.mil or phone (904) 232-2180.


William Wallace, Contract Specialist, Phone 904-232-2180, Email William.J.Wallace@usace.army.mil - Timothy Humphery, Contract Specialist, Phone (904) 232-1072Timothy Humphery, Email Timothy.G.Humphery@usace.army.mil

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