HUNTSVILLE, Alabama--The U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville is seeking contractors with the capability of performing facility reduction projects throughout the United States.
The Center’s Facility Reduction Program has set a virtual industry day conference for Oct. 17, from 1:30-2:30 p.m. CST. The conference allows the FRP personnel to provide information to industry regarding acquisition requirement. The conference also allows FRP personnel to gather information to support the acquisition approach, and receive buy-in from industry. A question and answer period will also available to clarify the acquisition details.
The FRP objective is to procure contractors who have the capability to support multiple task orders simultaneously at various U.S. geographical locations, including Alaska, Hawaii and Puerto Rico.
The FRP contract is for commercial demolition related services. General work activities performed under this contract is planning, coordination, and execution of building and facility removal/demolition. Major aspects of the fieldwork include facility abatement and hazardous material removal, demolition, debris management and disposition, and site restoration and cleanup.
Huntsville Center seeks both small and large business sources under the anticipated North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) 238910 Site Preparation Contractors. The small business size standard is $15 million.
Huntsville Center anticipates awarding multiple indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity contracts for the FRP program, with a 24 month base ordering period and three twelve 12 month optional ordering periods. The anticipated program capacity shared by all awarded contracts is approximately $475 million.
Pre-registration is a requirement for the conference. To register, register at Eventbrite link at: https://frp-industryday20181017.eventbrite.com
Registration will close 12 p.m. CST, Oct. 16. After registration closes, instructions for conference website and phone access will be sent via email.
For questions concerning the conference, call 256-895-1889 or send an email .