SOURCES SOUGHT: C1DA–Sub Basement Utilities Design
The basement and subbasement utilities are in desperate need of inspection and replacement. This project would address the main culprits of the deficient utilities, specifically the steam generation and condensate return systems. The work will include replacing steam traps, steam lines, condensate lines, strainers, valves, pressure-reducing valves, and pump stations. The underground steam supply and condensate return will also be replaced during this effort. There should be redundancy of underground utilities to preclude unnecessary trenching to maintain these lines. There will be some remaining asbestos insulation scattered in minimally accessible areas where the steam, water, and electrical piping is located that will need to be abated as it is found. The majority of the work for this project would occur in the basement and subbasement of building 1 and 15. The project is slated for construction in 2022. There will be two items that will be priced as deducting alternates: These items are as follows. Feasibility study of switching from steam heat in hospital (bldg. 1 and 15) to hot water heating via steam to hot water heat exchangers. Feasibility study and conceptual design of medical center water treatment system SCOPE: The scope of this project consists of Architectural and Engineer (A/E) services required to complete the project. The period of performance for the design is 270 calendar days and shall begin upon issuance of the Notice to Proceed (NTP) by the Contracting Officer. The construction budget is $6,500,000.
- Original Set Aside: Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) Set-Aside (FAR 19.14)
- Product Service Code: C1DA – ARCHITECT AND ENGINEERING- CONSTRUCTION: HOSPITALS AND INFIRMARIES
- NAICS Code: 541310 – Architectural Services
- Place of Performance: VAMC Manchester 718 Smyth Rd Manchester, NH 03104 USA
- Original Response Date: Jul 01, 2021, 04:00 pm EDT
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