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Janitorial Services for Kealia Pond NWR, Kihei HI

Oregon, United States
Government : Federal
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Title: Janitorial Services for Kealia Pond NWR, Kihei HI

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has a requirement for janitorial services at Kealia Pond National Wildlife Refuge, Kihei HI. Kealia Pond NWR (Refuge) Headquarters/Visitor Center facility is a 7500 sq. ft. building located at mile post 6, Mokulele Highway in Kihei, Maui 96753. Project is a small business set-aside. Applicable NAICS code is 561720. Small business size is defined as $18.0 million or less annually when averaged over a three year period. Services to run for a base year and will include four option years to exercised solely at the discretion of the Government. Firms interested in attending a site visit should contact Calvin Willis at office phone (808) 870-6450.

A brief description of services as follows:


2.1    Contractor will be responsible for janitorial services at the KeB?lia Pond NWR Headquarters/Visitor Center facility (approx. 7500 S/F) located at Mile 6 Mokulele Highway, Kihei, Maui 96753. The janitorial services will be required bi-monthly between the hours of 7:30 a.m. B? 4 p.m. (Monday B? Friday). The contractor will adhere to the RefugeB?s Green Cleaning Policy and use only natural cleaning products that are earth-friendly and nontoxic chemical products. Contractor shall describe how they plan to provide B?green cleaning servicesB? at KeB?lia Pond NWRB?s facility and detail their planned use of green cleaning products that are nontoxic and earth-friendly in this proposal. All work shall comply with the requirements of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).

2.2    Task/Deliverables Standard (Tasks described here along with Attachment 1)

Deep Cleaning to include: deep cleaning/sanitizing of 4 bathrooms: scouring toilets to remove stains, cleaning floors (sweep (remove all debris and dirt), mop and scrub to remove all stains) and counters (wipe with disinfectant/water mixture) and sinks (clean with disinfectant/water mixture and remove stains), emptying and cleaning sanitary napkin holders, washing partitions, cleaning light fixtures, dusting high / low areas to remove cobwebs and dust, cleaning (2) meeting room tables (dust and wipe down), chairs (wipe down), podiums (dust, wipe down), cleaning ceiling vents to remove all dust and cobwebs, AC vents to remove dust and cobwebs, and window sills to remove all dust and cobwebs, vacuuming and shampooing all carpets and rugs, blinds (clean all slats to remove dust, screens (remove dust) and windows and glass doors (inside and out and make sure they are streak free), cleaning offices and other rooms (dust, vacuum, mop floors), emptying trash. (Deep cleaning will be completed as part of initial building cleaning and then at 6 month intervals, as needed)

Bi-Monthly Standard Cleaning to include: emptying trash, dusting surfaces, cleaning/sanitizing bathrooms in visitor center (2) and Headquarters (2), cleaning public entrance glass doors, cleaning visitor center viewing windows, sweeping and mopping floors (visitor center (use water only), bathrooms, kitchen, bio-utility room and copy room), vacuum carpets, wipe window sills, wipe baseboards, dust displays (dust rag provided) ,clean kitchen area floors, sinks and counters, wipe down dusty furniture and keyboards, windows as needed.

Source selection process will be best value. Evaluation criteria is defined as follows: The Government will award a contract resulting from this solicitation to the responsible offeror whose offer conforming to the solicitation will be most advantageous to the Government, price and other factors considered. The following factors shall be used to evaluate offers; 1) Technical capability of the item offered to meet the Government requirement (not-to-exceed 3 pages); 2) Past performance (not-to-exceed 3 pages); and 3) Price (no page limit). Technical and past performance, when combined, are significantly more important that price.

Solicitation Number F15PS01239 with attachments is being posted with this synopsis notice with quotes due by 3 PM PDT on Tuesday, September 8, 2015. Quotes must be received by mail channels by no later that date/time or can be emailed to or sent be facsimile to (503) 231-6259.

No further notice will be posted on Fedbizopps. To be considered for award, interested contractors must be registered in the System for Award Management (SAM) database at ( and Online Representations and Certifications Application (ORCA) must be completed at this same website. For technical questions, please contact Calvin Willis at 808-870-6450 or email to Contracting questions can be addressed to Karl Lautzenheiser at (503) 231-2052 or by email to

Lautzenheiser, Karl

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