Review and Opportunities U.S. Armed force Corps of Engineers Tulsa District April 29, 2009Slide 2
Worldwide association - 9 divisions, 45 locale 233 years of administration to the Nation 35,000 individuals Civil Works Military Programs Interagency & International ServicesSlide 3
Tulsa DistrictSlide 4
FY09 Dollars by Program Total Dollars: $1.374B Tulsa District – Building Strong!Slide 5
FY09 Overall SB Projections Tulsa District – Building Strong!Slide 6
FY09-13 Program Military Ranges Clinics Barracks Admin Facilities Artifact Storage Tactical Equipment Maintenance Facilities Airfield Pavement Upgrades Chapel Physical Fitness Centers Rail Improvement Projects Starship Barracks Upgrades Industrial Building Infrastructure Upgrades Technical Training FacilitiesSlide 7
FY09-13 Program Civil Canton spillway connect Canton weir and breaker doors Canton spillway plug exhuming Maintenance and repair of water powered steel structures Bridge restoration/repair/substitution Road repair and support Public Use Area upkeep and overhauls Hydropower ventures Chloride Control Pump houses, pipelines Various Continuing Authority ProjectsSlide 8
Upcoming Contracting OpportunitiesSlide 9
Engineering, Design, Construction Phase Services - Environmental - Planning Services Solicitations will incorporate both unhindered and those put aside for different financial gatherings ID/IQ Architect/EngineerSlide 10
SATOCs Solicitations will incorporate both unlimited and those put aside for different financial gatherings Environmental Services Environmental Remediation Services MATOC Solicitation will be put aside for private ventureSlide 11
Site Specific Construction Project $ Range Advertise Fort Sill Training Complex Upgrade (Norfolk) $40-50M 4 th QTR Altus AFB, DASR/RAPCON Facility $5 - 10M Jun – Jul Tinker AFB, DLA Warehouse $20-30M Apr –May Tinker AFB, Realign Air Depot Street $3 - 5M May - Jun Fort Sill Joint Fires and Effects Training $15-25M Jul - Aug Fort Gibson Tainter Gate Paint/Repair $5 - 20M Apr-MaySlide 12
American Recovery and Reinvestment Act - Military MILCON SRM Miscellaneous building repair and base redesigns Civil Works: Total for the region is $127,563K OK - $83,719 K TX - $12,660 K KS - $31,184 K Awards booked April – September 2009 Most development to be finished by September 2010Slide 13
Central Contractor Registration (CCR): Firms must be in CCR so as to get a honor. CCR must be present. ORCA: Online Representations and Certifications – must be present and finish to get a honor. FEDBIZOPPS: www.fbo.gov Non-Recovery Act Projects: All activities accessible for rivalry will be publicized in FEDBIZOPPS Recovery Act Projects: All activities, both aggressive and non-focused, including assignment arranges under SATOCs and MATOCs, will be promoted in the FEDBIZOPPS for the timetables required by a long shot Part 5 Business Planning Tulsa District – Building Strong!Slide 14
Contracting Division Central Telephone Line: 918-669-7270 FEDBIZOPPS: www.fbo.gov USACE Recovery Act website page: www.usace.army.mil/recuperation/Pages/default.aspx Federal Government page: www.Recovery.gov Additional Information Tulsa District – Building Strong!Slide 15
Colonel Anthony Funkhouser, District Commander, 918-669-7201 firstname.lastname@example.org John Roberts, Deputy for Project Management, 918-669-7201 email@example.com Yolane Hartsfield, Small Business Officer, 918-669-7530 firstname.lastname@example.org Clif Warren, Chief, Engineering and Construction, 918 669 7008, email@example.com www.swt.usace.army.mil ContactsSlide 16
BACK UP SLIDESSlide 17
Construction Architect-Engineer (An E) Environmental Services Types of Services Tulsa District – Building Strong!Slide 18
Invitation for Bids (IFBs) Request for Proposals (RFPs) Single-Phase and Two-Phase Design-Build Indefinite-Delivery/Indefinite-Quantity (IDIQ) (SATOCs and MATOCs) 8(a) and other Socio-Economic Programs Requirements by law or potentially NAICS Construction - Types of Contracts Tulsa District – Building Strong!Slide 19
Indefinite-Delivery/Indefinite-Quantity (IDIQ) Performance-Oriented Construction Activities (POCA) – run from $100K - $3.5M Construction/Design-Build Services – extend from $3.5M to $15M sole source (Tribally-possessed or Alaska Native firms just) or to $49.5M (Multiple Award Task Order Contracts (MATOCS)) Job Order Contracts (JOC) – establishment/area particular Specialty - Industry Specific Construction - IDIQs Tulsa District – Building Strong!Slide 20
POCA IDIQ - Total Value from $100K - $3.5M, base period in addition to up to 4 choice years Smaller ventures – under $1M Full outline is not required Contractor gets ready work arranges Negotiate cost and execution Requires a venture to grant as least assurance under the agreement Construction - IDIQs Tulsa District – Building Strong!Slide 21
Construction/D-B Services IDIQ - Total esteem from $3.5M to $15M - sole source to Tribally-possessed or Alaska Native firms just (constrained to $3.5M add up to esteem if contract or assignment request is particularly for Recovery Act work) - Total esteem up to $49.5M - Multiple Award Task Order Contracts (MATOCS) Projects $1M - $5M Full plan is not required Negotiate cost and execution Requires a venture to grant as least certification for the agreement Construction - IDIQs Tulsa District – Building Strong!Slide 22
JOC IDIQ RS Means utilized as Price Book Contractor offers coefficient calculate by area of the work Negotiation of exertion/amounts at exactly that point Price Book valuing is connected Work to industry details Not for use in D-B ventures or new development Requires a venture to grant as least assurance for the agreement Construction - IDIQs Tulsa District – Building Strong!Slide 23
Specialty – Industry-Specific Roads/Paving Painting Minor Renovation/Repair Erosion Repair Debris Removal (Waterways) Unique temporary worker capacities required Construction - IDIQs Tulsa District – Building Strong!Slide 24
Socio-Economic Program Considerations Sole source 8(a) up to $3.5M add up to esteem Competitive 8(a) over $3.5M add up to esteem Sole source to Tribally-possessed or Alaska Native Owned 8(a) Corporations over $3.5M, if acknowledged by SBA (Contracts are constrained to $3.5M add up to esteem for Recovery Act work) Emerging Small Business just if under $30,000 add up to esteem Construction Tulsa District – Building Strong!Slide 25
Design/Project Specific ("C") Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) ("D") Architect-Engineer (An E) Tulsa District – Building Strong!Slide 26
Design/Project Specific Contract ("C") Used for a particular plan extend Best ability got Requires commercial and determination IAW Brooks Act systems (FAR Part 36) Architect-Engineer (An E) Tulsa District – Building Strong!Slide 27
IDIQ Contract ("D") Requires commercial and determination IAW Brooks Act methods (FAR Part 36) Used for more broad plan mastery Task request and contract confines by direction (current contract point of confinement is $12M more than 5 years) Minimum certification necessities for fundamental contract – sum esteemed proper by the Contracting Officer Architect-Engineer (An E) Tulsa District – Building Strong!Slide 28
New/Replacement Contracts Prime and Sub OpportunitiesSlide 29
New/Replacement Contracts Prime and Sub OpportunitiesSlide 30
AE: $36M in new An E limit – grants in advance $75M in new An E limit made arrangements for FY09 Construction SATOCs/MATOCs: $223M in new MATOCs for Construction/D-B Services limit arranged/in-advance for FY09 $225M in new SATOC POCAs and Construction/D-B Services limit anticipated FY09 QA bolster administrations: $5M remaining limit under existing SATOCs for these administrations. Administrations are incorporated into $24M of the new An E limit noted above Strategic Contracting Focus Tulsa District – Building Strong!
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