The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is planning to issue a Request for Proposals (RFP) sometime in September 2018 as a small business set-aside under NAICS code 562910, size standard 750 employees. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, New England District intends to issue an RFP for a single-award Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) remediation services task-order contract for Operable Units (OUs) 3, 4, and 6 of the Raymark Superfund Site in Stratford, Connecticut. Raymark generated waste containing asbestos, lead, copper, PCBs, and a variety of solvents, adhesives, and resins as by-products of its manufacturing operations. U.S. EPA recently approved one Record of Decision that specified the selected remedies for OUs 3 (Upper Ferry Creek), 4 (Raybestos Memorial Ballfield), and 6 (Additional Properties) of the Raymark Superfund Project. The solicitation will be released on FedBizOpps. https://www.fbo.gov/spg/USA/COE/DACA33/W912WJ18R0003/listing.html
U.S. Department of Energy, Office of Environmental Management, Oak Ridge, TN. Recently issued a solicitation for the Characterization, Deactivation/Demolition, and Remediation Services of Low-Risk/Low-Complexity Facilities and Sites for the Oak Ridge Office of Environmental Management.
This procurement will be a total small business set-aside under NAICS code 562910, size standard 750 employees. DOE anticipates awarding one or more IDIQ contracts for support services in Oak Ridge, Tennessee, in accordance with the Federal Facilities Agreement.
The Y-12 National Security Complex, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, and East Tennessee Technology Park encompass numerous facilities, soils, concrete slabs, containerized and non-containerized debris, and aging legacy waste populations that require investigation and additional characterization to determine appropriate disposal options.
The estimated maximum value of the contract is $24.9M for a period of performance of five years from date of award. The full solicitation synopsis is available on the DOE Environmental Management procurement website at FedConnect.
The Canadian Coast Guard is soliciting bids for new spill response equipment for use on its marine vessels. The equipment will be used to contain and remove oil and other contaminants from the water in the case of a spill.
The RFPs can be found at the following web sites:
- Request for Proposal – Boom-High Speed Sweep System -January 31st, 2018 bid deadline;
- Request for Proposal – Curtain Boom – January 15th, 2018 bid deadline; and
- Request for Proposal – Portable Skimmer (Small) – February 1st, 2018 bid deadline.
All interested suppliers may submit a bid which is open to companies from Canada, the United States, and other countries that are part of various trade agreements with Canada.
The competitive procurement strategy will be based on lowest bid meeting the technical specifications.
This will be the first equipment acquired under the Environmental Response Equipment Modernization initiative of the Oceans Protection Plan. The equipment will include curtain booms, high-speed sweep systems, and small, portable multi-cassette skimmers.
The Environmental Response Equipment Modernization initiative will bring the Coast Guard in line with and beyond current standards regarding environmental spill response and take advantage of innovations and advancements in technology.
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